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Sometimes it’s hard to have snacks around for real-food kids. Most kids just eat store-bought crackers, chips, granola bars, and snacks marketed especially to babies and toddlers. (Not to mention it’s cheaper NOT to buy those packaged snacks!) Real food kids typically don’t. So what can you feed them?
*Frozen organic vegetables (peas, carrots, etc.)
*Freeze-dried fruits or vegetables (Just Tomatoes makes some great ones)
* Yogurt (preferably homemade and plain)
*Raw milk cheese
*Fresh fruit or veggies
*Leftover meatballs, bits of chicken, etc.
*Whole-fruit popsicles (puree fruit, freeze)
*Frozen yogurt or homemade, low-sugar ice cream
*All of the above
*Granola bars (homemade)
*Sprouted or soaked bread or muffins
*Cheddar crackers, made with sprouted flour
*Hummus with pitas or fresh veggies
*Organic corn chips with fresh salsa
*Dried fruits (use your dehydrator if you have one!) like apples or banana chips
*Larabars (I just love them)
What are your favorite real-food snacks? Which ones travel the best? Share with us!
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