Last night I packed my first lunch of the season. 200 to go. That means I need two things: Inspiration and good ingredients. When the folks at R.W. Knudsen and Santa Cruz emailed me to see if I wanted to try their organic snacks I promptly replied YES.
You may know I try feed the kids as many organic products as possible. That being said, I also crave convenience and tastiness. It's all well and good to fill the fridge with kale and beet juice, but that doesn't mean the kids will actually consume any of it...especially when they are at school.
Thank goodness the Knudsen "Sensible Sippers" are a hit. They've got the cute little bears on the juice boxes, and contain 100% organic juice. I appreciate that they cut the juice with water (50/50) who needs all the sugar of regular juice boxes. Our favorite flavor is the mixed berry. At just over 4 oz. per box, these are a ideal size for a preschool lunch.
We also got Santa Cruz Sauce Apple Sauce. I always slip these into my daughter's lunch box. I like the individual 4 oz cups (sold in six packs) in lieu of cookies--they are just as sweet and tasty.
Finally they sent along Santa Cruz Peanut Butter. This is a real treat for my girls since bringing nuts to school is unfair and unsafe for the kids in class with allergies. At home we make peanut butter toast for breakfast. Yum.
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