Stacy Tilton Reviews: Snack time doesn't have to mean sugar time!

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Monday, April 10

Snack time doesn't have to mean sugar time!


Snack time doesn't have to mean sugar time! That's what I keep telling my daughter when it comes to taking in treats for her classroom around the holidays. There's more than candy and sugar-filled juices that they can enjoy just as much. That's why I love that companies like Welch's offers up special holiday treats. They make perfect classroom snacks that I don't have to feel bad about sending in with my daughter. The Easter-shaped fruit snacks feature bunnies, flowers, eggs and chicks so they are super cute too. They even make great egg-fillers so if there are extras I can use them at home!

Welch's fruit snacks are made with real fruit and only 45 calories per pouch. Plus they are an excellent source of Vitamins C, A and E so there a no-guilt snack.

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Another great company I like to use for snacking is AquaBall. AquaBall is a zero calorie, sugar-free and preservative-free naturally flavored water that kids actually love. My daughter will pick these over juice any day if they are in our refrigerator. As a mom I'm completely okay with that. Plus the super cute bottles make fun crafts after they are empty. We like to make homemade water globes with them instead of tossing them in the recycle bin because they have such a cool shape.

Available in four flavors, Berry Frost, Fruit Punch, Grape, and Strawberry Lemonade, and features fan favorite characters from Disney's Frozen, Disney Princesses, Marvel's Avengers, and Disney Classic Characters, the bottle alone will bring a smile to any kid's face. ($1.19/bottle)

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1 comment:

  1. We do the same thing on Halloween - give out healthy treats. I haven't seen those bunny fruit snacks yet, I'll have to look for them.

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