The Well.ca Team Shares Their Top 6 School-Safe Snacks
The back-to-school season is one of our favourite times of year at Well.ca. From fresh new kicks to a spacious new backpack, the back-to-school season is full of possibilities. With all of those new possibilities comes some new and exciting snacks! Get an A+ in the lunch department with these school-safe snacks that your kids will love.
From school to work, everyone loves adding SmartSweets to their lunch bag! With only 5g of sugar and 120 calories per bag, they are the perfect sweet little treat for everyone.
MadeGood Soft Baked Mini Cookies Chocolate Chip
If your little has a sweet tooth, these soft baked mini cookies will soon become a lunch box staple. They’re free from nuts, made with whole grains, and contain nutrients from veggies (shhh! The kids don’t have to know!).
FreeYumm Double Chocolate Cookies
A double dose of chocolate and allergen friendly? Yes! These FreeYumm cookies are individually wrapped, making it so easy to add them to your little’s lunch bag. They’re also perfect for tiny hands.
Healthy Crunch Chocolate SunSeed Butter
Peanut butter is out, sunseed butter is in! If your little prefers a classic, stick to the Healthy Crunch SunSeed Butters. They’re super spreadable and dippable for a variety of snack and lunch options. We love them in sandwiches, apples, even celery sticks. As a bonus, Healthy Crunch has formulated their SunSeed Butters to be vegan and low in sugar so you can rest easy knowing your little will be fuelled and ready to go.
Wild Made Fruit Rolls Fruit Punch
Wild Made’s Fruit Rolls are full of fresh flavours and real fruits and veggies. But they’re so delicious your kids won’t even realize they’re healthy!
Welo Kids Probiotic Peanut-Free Bars
Welo Bars are a Well.ca favourite because they’re packed with so much goodness! They have one billion probiotic cultures for a healthy and happy gut, they’re plant based, peanut free, and they’re low in sugar. They’ve passed our taste tests, and as a bonus each box comes with fun puzzles and games for your kids.
What are your family’s favourite school-safe snacks?