If I let my kids pick what to pack for their school lunch snacks, it would probably be something like: candy, goldfish, cookies and pretzels.
I am doing my best to support healthy eating habits by providing a variety of foods in their snacks. Below, check out fifteen great snackboxes I have packed recently. Not for kids only – some of these were for my husband or myself.
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Box #1: Celery, watermelon, dried apricots and granola.
Box #2: Cucumbers, bell peppers, Made Good bites, dark chocolate chips and pretzels.
Box #3: Cucumbers, melon and apple. These delicious yellow apples are Opals. The kids used the melon baller with consistent enthusiasm and variable success.
Box 4: Smoked turkey/pickle wraps and Sensible Portions Veggie Straws
Box #5: Snap peas, Mary’s Organic Crackers , red seedless grapes and Terra Chips
Box #6: Nectarines, dried apricots and cranberries, cheese sticks and Granny Smith apples
Box #7: Watermelon, Veggie Straws, grape tomatoes and ginger cookies
Box #8: Ladybugs on a log (with cranberries and nut-free butter, Granny Smith apples, cheese sticks and President’s Choice chick pea chips
Box #9: French toast fingers, nectarines and watermelon
Box #10: Chocolate Chip Cookies, red peppers, carrots, Honeycrisp apples and cheesy egg cup
Box #12: Carrots, red peppers, cucumbers, hummus, graham crackers and chocolate chips
Box #13: Blackberries, Honeycrisp apples, blackberries and avocado cucumber rolls
Box #14: Cucumbers, Hershey’s Kisses, granola and nectarines
Box #15: Fresh figs, carrots, cucumbers and tomatoes
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