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What are your on-the-go snacks? Emma's Mama ♥ 1 child; 1067 posts
11th Aug

My big one is graham crackers because they're so easy to just hand to her in one big piece. Other than that I usually just take cut up fruit, and sometimes goldfish. I need some better ideas!

user banned 2 kids; Bat Cave, North Carolina 64587 posts
11th Aug

It really depends on where we're going. My kids are 2 and 6, so they don't really need snacks often, but if they do, something like pretzel sticks and drinks, maybe some grapes.

Not Kayla 2 kids; Cold Lake, AB, Canada 33215 posts
status 11th Aug

Raisins, cheerios, strawberries, apples soaked in lemon so they don't brown, grapes... Lunch meats, naan, hummus...




ETA: lots and lots of water. I practically bring my whole kitchen, actually. Kale chips...

Emma's Mama ♥ 1 child; 1067 posts
11th Aug

I make sure I ALWAYS have snacks no matter where we are going because they are the only thing that will occupy my daughter and keep her happy if it comes down to it!



How hard are raisins for them to chew? My daughter has 8 teeth, 2 of which are just erupted molars

Not Kayla 2 kids; Cold Lake, AB, Canada 33215 posts
status 11th Aug
Quoting Emma's Mama ♥:" I make sure I ALWAYS have snacks no matter where we are going because they are the only thing that will ... [snip!] ... if it comes down to it! How hard are raisins for them to chew? My daughter has 8 teeth, 2 of which are just erupted molars"


It depends on the kind. Some are really soft, in my opinion. But we bring more than just raisins, I just use that as a general term for dehydrated fruits lol. Wild dehydrated blueberries practically taste like candy, and they are not sweetened. Love them.

Nameless Ghoul 2 kids; Sweden 6452 posts
11th Aug

Multi-grain cheerios, gerber puffs, Teddy grahams.

StraightFromTheTap 2 kids; Houghton Lake, MI, United States 935 posts
11th Aug

Those little fruit puree pouch things. they make them for babies and toddlers. my son is two and still loves them.

I♡C&R. 2 kids; Thornton, CO, United States 24854 posts
12th Aug

I just like to keep individually packed snacks in his back pack that don't go bad and I can pull out whenever he needs a quick snack. A baggie of fruit snacks, crackers, etc.