This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx.com on behalf of Single Edition Media.
Back to school over here has been… interesting. Between trying to get to school on top, get to pickup, get to our other activities, still watch my other kid, do laundry, get dinner on the table, I feel like we have been running around nonstop. To prepare for this, I made sure to stock up on easy but yummy food for the kids this week. Stuff that I could throw into a lunchbox and take on the go, or just throw in the oven for dinner. I was really excited to bet my latest Babbleboxx because it was full of great products made just for this! Here’s what was inside:
A veggie-ful alternative to tater tots and finally a way to get my particular toddler to eat vegetables! Save $1 here! I’ve learned that these make a great dinner side, and then I can throw the rest in MG’s lunchbox for preschool the next day.
Another thing toddlers hate? Crusts on their sandwiches. And moms hate the time it takes to make sandwiches. This solves both problems!
These are pretty addictive, for both my kids and me. They come in two flavors – classic sea salt and zesty ranch. They are non-GMO, gluten free, and have no artificial flavors or preservatives. The bags are the perfect size for school lunch or snack time!
Oh man, these little muffins are melt in your mouth goodness. There are several varieties, they contain no high-fructose corn syrup, have zero trans fat, and are sized perfectly for lunchboxes!
Yep your childhood favorite, made better. These are made with natural colors and flavors, and no high fructose corn syrup. The perfect after school good behavior treat!
These are a great mama on the go snack or treat for little ones. The bars are made simple with just egg whites, fruits, and nuts, but still manage to taste great. Use the code BabbleBox15 for 15% off your first order!
I love adding a fun drink to Maddie Grace’s lunches. These contain both water and real fruit juice so it’s yummy while also refreshing, and have no high fructose corn syrup!
What are your go to’s for school lunches and snacks? Would love to hear all about it below!