Kids love snack time, and while they’re spending more time at home, it’s a great opportunity to stock up on some favorites to keep in the house. We’ve rounded up some popular packaged snacks that we know kids will love, and won’t get bored of during the quarantine.
Stauffer’s Animal Crackers and Cookies
Who says kids shouldn’t be allowed to play with their food? Stauffer’s animal crackers are a classic, go-to snack, and one that can definitely inspire a kid’s imagination to go wild. Encourage your young kids to familiarize themselves with animals and the sounds they make to continue learning through snack time. For an extra treat, they even offer iced versions of their signature animal cracker treats.
Angie’s Boom Chicka Pop
Popcorn is a household staple, perfectly paired with a family movie night or as an added snack during the day. Angie’s multiple flavors of ready-to-eat popcorn ensure that there is a flavor for everyone in the house to enjoy. And with bags that are the perfect personal snacking size, you won’t have to worry about your kids ruining their dinner appetite, or the snack going stale!
Looking for the perfect pair for your kid’s healthy snack? Yumbutter offers consumers a selection of nut-based butters in convenient pouches. The pouches allow you to squeeze out the perfect amount onto your plate, or directly onto apple or banana slices, and are easily packed away for on-the-go enjoyment without the need for additional utensils.
Designed by a mom who set out to create something she would want to feed to her own kids, LuckyBar not only is a yummy snack for kids to enjoy. One bar has more protein than two eggs, giving kids the energy they need to be kids. They’re a perfect quarantine snack to make sure your children are still getting their needed nutrients.
While they haven’t been released yet, you’ll want to keep your eye out for the snack your kids will love. Popular amongst kids in the early 2000’s, they’re making a comeback and are set to be released summer 2020. Each pack contains cookies and icing to dunk them in, adding just the right amount of fun and excitement to snack time.