Healthy snacks for your kids don't have to be boring. We've been singing the praises of Happy Baby food and snacks for years (they used to be our neighbors here in Brooklyn)--we like to think we were early predictors of their success. We're happy to say we just taste-tested the latest treats the Munchies and have very happy mouths.
Munchies are baked organic cheese & veggie snacks. Think Cheetos only 1000 times better. These treats are made with whole grain corn and 60% less sodium than the leading toddler cheese snack. Expect to pay about $2.99 per pack. Like all the Happy Baby/ Happy Family foods these gems are always USDA-certified organic. Where were these when I was in college and packed on 10 lbs my freshman year! Not only are they delish for kids, they rock as a mom snack.
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And here's some more news. Happy Family just launched a '??First Alphabet Flash Cards'? iPhone app. From '??apple'? to '??zucchini,'? little ones will love the fun sounds and colorful illustrations on these smart-phone flash cards. We love the subliminal messaging: Learn the alphabet while exposing them to the fresh fruits and veggies they need to build a solid foundation for healthy eating. The new app is available for free on iTunes.
Momtrends was not paid for this post. We did get to nosh on some free puffs.