Fill your child’s Easter basket with healthier treat options! “Mom” has put together a list of her favorite snacks for little ones this Easter that are tasty and nutritious and will have everyone snacking happily!
Little ones will love to munch and crunch with Elmo and Big Bird! Earth’s Best Crunchin’ Crackers are an excellent source of iron, zinc and six B vitamins. Place a box of these wholesome crackers in your little ones’ Easter basket for n extra special treat! Crunchin’ Crackers are USDA organic, and made without growth hormones, antibiotics, steroids or potentially harmful pesticides or herbicides.
Tuck Crispy Fruit snacks into Easter baskets instead of candy! These 100% freeze-dried fruit slices are made of real fruit and nothing else. Freeze-dried to perfection, the snacks offer a light, crispy texture for maximum taste and no mess as they are packaged in individual single-serving packets. Crispy Fruit flavors include Tangerine, Apple, Asian Pear, Banana, Cantaloupe, Mango (a Tiny Green Mom favorite!) and Pineapple. The entire line of Crispy Fruit is Non-GMO Project Verified provides approximately one serving of fruit at 55 calories or less per bag. A perfect healthy and low-calorie snack!
Skip the sugar rush this Easter and place Ella’s Kitchen Red One Pouches in your toddler’s Easter basket! Made of just USDA organic squished strawberries, raspberries, apples + bananas, the Red One is a delicious snack for tiny tastebuds. These convenient and healthy organic smoothies will certainly be a hit, and parents love that they are mess-free, too!
Gummy treats for your child’s Easter basket that are USDA-certified organic and made with real fruit purées and real fruit juices! These yummy, delicious treats include 100% of the daily recommended value of Vitamin C and are an excellent source of both Vitamins A and E. Go Organically® Fruit Snacks are GMO-free, gluten-free, preservative-free and made with natural flavors and colors from natural sources. We love that each individual pack is only 70 calories! Plus, budget-conscious parents can find these treats at Costco.
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