- Lay's Classic Potato Chips - Plain chips, generally, are pretty safe. I like Lay's. They have Potatoes, oil and salt.
- Natural Cheetos White Cheddar Puffs - These are yummy. I'm SO glad they decided to make this Natural's line of products!
- Tostitos Tortilla Chips - Again, I say it's usually safer to go with the plain variety. This is such a versatile product (think of how many dips or nacho combos you can have).
- Anything from Sensible Portions - Doesn't the name say it all? Its ok, in sensible portions. My kids really like the veggie straws. To tell you the truth we haven't seen many of their products. I'll have to keep my eyes peeled.
- Indian Mixtures - In our house we shop at a Patel Brother's Indian Food Store to pick up Indian snack foods. We have found a few that have fake colors, but for the most part they are preservative and additive free. See if there's a location near you.
- Cascadian Farms Chewy Granola Bars - Should be given as a treat and not as a meal. :) Actually, any of their cereals can be eaten dry as a snack.
- Fruit Roll Ups Simply Fruit variety - Do your kids love fruit roll-ups? These are a "healthier" option. You kids will love them!
- Apple Crisps - two things to note: 1. They're a little bit pricey. 2. The kids may not like the texture.
- Trader Joe's Joe-Joe's - the best alternative to Oreo's that I've found. I like just about everything from Trader Joe's though. More about that in the future!
- Apple slices with peanut butter.
- Nuts or sunflower seeds (for those with nut allergies) - be sure to read labels! Believe it or not, a lot of nuts have all kinds of crazy things added in.
- Crackers and cream cheese.
- Fruit or smoothies.
How my week turned out...