How cute are these itty bitty sealed sandwiches? Check out the super-cool tool that made these little fellas on the blog Another Lunch. These babies are filled with peanut butter and jelly, but you could fill your mini sammies with turkey and cheese, cucumber and cream cheese, or ham and cheddar.
Bake a big batch of these "smart cookies" on the weekend and you'll have irresistible school snacks all week long. (We won't tell if you eat them for breakfast too!) Get the recipe for these oat-packed, low-sugar snacks at Fun Finds For Mom.
Goldfish crackers and pumpkin seeds are a crunchy combo that will stay fresh for days. Swap the pumpkin seeds for sunflower seeds if you like.
Mmmm... jerky. Buy it at the convenience store or make your own with a dehydrator. You'll find the mouth-watering instructions on how to make your own beef jerky on the DeGuzman family blog, which details their journey eating according to the GAPS diet.
Whole grain popcorn meets trail mix in this popcorn snack mix. Use your favorite dried fruit, nuts, seeds and spices to create your own personal blend. Get the recipe and tips on making your own popcorn mix at Inspired Edibles.
Take the kids to the bulk bins and let them pick out their favorite nuts, seeds, dried fruit and maybe some chocolate chips or chocolate-covered nuts. Enlist their help mixing and portioning out their own homemade trail mix. Just make sure you keep the mix in sealed containers to prolong freshness.
Pack after-school snacks in a hard container (not a plastic bag) to save them from getting squished!
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