Healthy kids snacks are so important for children. Obviously. Everyone says it is…. But, still, sometimes it’s so easy to walk down the cookie aisle and grab a box of cookies for your kids.
I totally understand how hard it is to come up with healthy
kids snacks. Twice a day, at 10:00 in
the morning and then at about 3:30 in the afternoon, my kids are clamoring for
a snack. Usually I resort to a package
of gummy fruit snacks or a granola bar or a package of teddy grahams. But then I got to thinking that those really
aren’t the healthiest options. They are
loaded with sugar for one thing…
So, I decided to get my act together and try to plan out some healthy kids snacks. It did take a little bit of thought but once it was done I was much happier with what they were eating when the time rolled around.
Drum roll… I am going to present to you a challenge. Take the next 21 days and focus on trying to eat healthy snacks with your kids.
It’s not as hard as it seems… I promise. And I’m here to help you. I’ve got several FREE items for you to get:
And, there are so many great benefits to this challenge:
Follow these simple steps and you’ll be on your way to getting your kids to eat healthy snacks:
1. Plan ahead – get ready for this challenge by signing up for my free grocery list. Then, the next time you go shopping you’ll be ready to purchase anything that’s not already in the house.
2. Go Shopping – when you’re shopping for the snacks, I suggest that you pick out some really beautiful apples (for example). I know that I’m definitely more inclined to eat fruit and vegetables that is pristine looking and kids are that way too! Whenever we have any shiny apples in our house they get gobbled up in no time because they look so amazing!
your Start Date – every challenge has it’s start date… Pick yours and
start there for the next 21 days… The
kids might initially not be too thrilled with their healthy snacks but, this
isn’t a challenge to give up sweets or something so you could make them dessert
for after dinner…
4. Begin – Just start. That’s the best way to do it. And, even if your kids come begging you for that piece of apple pie left over from last night, well, stick to your guns and tell them that you’re all trying to do a challenge to eat healthier at snack time. Also, it’s only 21 days… 3 weeks… and that’s nothing over the span of a year!
Down below you’ll be able to sign up for the free grocery list, snack list, and checklist that I mentioned above. All of these resources will help you get off on the right foot.
Now, let’s begin!