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#1/8: GoGo squeeZ
#1/8: GoGo squeeZ
GoGo squeeZ is 100 percent fruit, squeezable applesauce in convenient, re-sealable pouches -- perfect for kids' lunch boxes, snack time or anytime. What's great is GoGo squeeZ is gluten-, dairy- and nut-free too. GoGo squeeZ requires no spoon, so it's mess-free.
#2/8: Skewered fruit
#2/8: Skewered fruit
Instead of a simple apple or banana, add some fun fruit to your child's lunch box in the form of melon cut in stars and other fun shapes. Just use cookie cutters to cut watermelon, cantaloupe and other melons. Feeling even more creative? Skewer fruit, berries and cheese on sticks.
#4/8: Popcorn
#4/8: Popcorn
If your kids crave something crunchy, ditch the chips and add popcorn to their lunch bag instead. Skip the butter and heavy salt. Pop a batch of microwave popcorn in the morning and zip it in an airtight bag for their lunch. Also try organic popcorn rice cakes.
#6/8: Hummus
#6/8: Hummus
You don't have to tell your kids that hummus is healthy. They'll think it's just another yummy dip. Serve hummus with pita chips, carrot sticks or cucumber slices. Hummus is also a calming food that is great for hyperactive kids.
#7/8: Yogurt Bars
#7/8: Yogurt Bars
Instead of candy bars in your kid's lunch box, add a healthy nutritious bar like Rickland Orchards Greek Yogurt Bars. These bars offer 5g of fiber, 7g of protein and tons of healthy probiotics. They come in six delicious flavors -- from toasted coconut to orchard peach.
#8/8: Chex Cereal
#8/8: Chex Cereal
Kids love munching on cereal -- even at lunchtime. If you are looking for a cereal that's yummy, gluten-free and chock-full of whole grains, check out the new gluten-free Apple Cinnamon Chex. Eat it alone or use it to make Chex mix.
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