Eating healthy doesn’t have to stop when the kids go back to school. Keep them fueled for the days ahead with these paleo back to school snacks.
Snacks to Make
I have mentioned before that I love Danielle Walker’s blog. She has kids of her own, and so she knows what it’s like. As mothers, we want to do the best we can to feed our kids delicious meals, but we don’t have hours to spend in the kitchen preparing meals that our kids may or may not like. My kids have enjoyed everything that I make from her recipes, especially the snacks. Their favorites are the handmade fruit by the foot, which I make with whatever fruit we have on hand, and the Not-a-grain Bars. We also enjoy the Crock-Pot Applesauce, and the Pumpkin Pie Pepitas, both of which are great options if your kiddos end up in a nut-free classroom.
Another fantastic allergy-free option is these Paleo Cheese Crackers from Predominately Paleo. My kids also love these plantain chips, and of course fresh fruits and veggies, and while they aren’t paleo, I often send them cubes of cheese or string cheese.
Snacks to Purchase
Back to school time can be crazy busy. We have doctors appointments, dentist appointments, optometrist appointments, open houses, along with the regular day to day activities. While I would love to be able to make everything that my kids eat, sometimes, I buy snacks. Here are a few of the healthy, and delicious options that my kids enjoy.
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Simple Mills Almond Flour Crackers – My local grocery store has these at a much better price than this, so make sure you check prices.
Lesser Evil Paleo Puffs These are a great nut-free option, too.
Mission Meats Sugar-Free Beef Sticks – I will often send these with a string cheese, which isn’t paleo, but the kids like it.
Paleonola These aren’t a nut-free option, but my kids enjoy these.
Steve’s PaleoGoods Dried Fruit I do limit how often my kids eat dried fruit. I do this because their dentist said it can get stuck in their teeth and cause cavities. When I do let them enjoy it, I try to stick with these because they don’t have added sugar.
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