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Ten healthy and allergy friendly snacks for families on the go

Let’s face it. Families are super busy. With sports, activities, work, appointments, parties, errands. Whew. It can be difficult to eat healthy. Having allergy friendly snacks, however, can ease some of your stress. Keeping allergy friendly snacks with you while out and about can have many benefits. One, you – or your children – won’t […]

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Let’s face it. Families are super busy. With sports, activities, work, appointments, parties, errands. Whew. It can be difficult to eat healthy. Having allergy friendly snacks, however, can ease some of your stress.

Keeping allergy friendly snacks with you while out and about can have many benefits. One, you – or your children – won’t get hangry. You also won’t reach for something unhealthy just because it’s safe. And also, you will feel better by not eating a bunch of unhealthy food.

Spend some time on a weekend prepping and planning for life’s busy times and gather some allergy friendly snacks. Read on:

Popcorn

Whether you make it yourself or buy it, popcorn is a healthy, filling and fun snack that everyone seems to love.

Energy bars

You can make these (Pinterest is full of recipes!) or buy them, but it’s easier than ever to find an allergy friendly energy bar. Enjoy Life is one brand that makes them.

Applesauce pouches

What kid doesn’t love a squeezy pouch of applesauce? Teens and adults can eat them too; they are yummy and easy to pack.

Trail mix

It’s easy to whip up a big batch of trail mix, tailored to your families likes and allergens. Dried fruit, cereal, pretzels, chocolate chips: The possibilities are endless.

Cut up fruit and veggies

A little prep can save you big. Cut up your family’s favorite fruit and veggies on the weekend and bag it up. Grab it and go for a healthy snack. Like dips? Pack some Sunbutter!

Granola

This is another thing that is easy to prep, tailor to your family and grab and go. Find your favorite recipe and make a big batch. Bonus: Your house will smell amazing!

Muffins

Baking a batch of mini muffins – and then freezing them – means you can toss a few in the car and munch on them when you get hungry.

Chips and salsa

This crowd-pleaser will add a little flair to your snack repertoire!

Pretzels and lunch meat

Rolling a slice of lunch meat around a pretzel is a fun way to snack. Trust us, your kids will love this one.

Kale chips

These are easy to make or buy and pack the fun and crunch of a chip with the superfood value of kale.

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