Power snacks kids will love
To help your kids eat more nutritious snacks and lunches, here are three power foods you can prepare in separate bags ahead of time so your kids can eat better. Baby carrots and snap peas. High in vitamin C, snap peas are a perfect complement to carrots, says Healthy Eating.
Almonds. Avoid trail mix-filled pieces of candy. Almonds are highly nutritious and keep you full for longer.
Cheese. Because it’s high in protein, cheese is great at staving off hunger and makes for a perfect afterschool snack. Plus, kids love cheese.