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It is great for kids and for you. There are no additives no worries about salt and sugar and no oils or fats in them as well. AVOCADO and CRACKERS Another great snack that we d love to share is avocado and crackers. Not everyone may like plain avocado though. However if you get some rice crackers and put some avocado on it similar to guacamole you lay on the avocado nice and soft then you put a slice of tomato on it some cracked pepper and then a little bit of salt that my friend is one great snack. It is great for morning or afternoon snack and even for school. Even the big kids will love them as well. They are really filling and I do enjoy them as well. It really does wonders. BANANA Now another great snack that I find especially for the lunch box is a banana. It is full of potassium and is a great source of energy especially for your children. They are a really great snack food. That s what you would want for your kids.
Fresh fruits also have the advantage to be bagged and taken as a quick snack. For instance oranges are healthy snacks for burning fat and can be cut days in advance and stored in a plastic baggy in the refrigerator. Apples bananas and some other soft fruits may also be bagged although they should be sliced as close to time of eating as possible because of their tendency to darken. Fruits are a great addition to both hot and cold cereals as well and can make breakfast more filling. A quarter cup of strawberries or blueberries make a great addition to practically any breakfast cereal or even a bowl of oatmeal and are definitely healthy snacks for weight loss. Oh Nuts! Another Great Snack for Burning Fat Good snacks for losing weight include a variety of foods that contain protein of which nuts are a viable source.
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You would want them to have a burst of healthy energy so they can go run off and really enjoy being a child. That s the good thing about snacks. You don t want to give them a full meal just a light snack in-between so they will have enough energy to play and run around and do stuff that kids usually do. CHEESE Another snack that could be added to the lunchbox is fresh cheese. I don t mean the one wrapped up in plastic I meant the one gained from real milk. That is full of proteins and it gives children a great energy boost and is very filling as well. I m saying a couple of cheese cubes will do along perhaps with a couple of crackers and probably some grapes and nuts surrounding them as well. You ll find that they will really truly enjoy this snack. NUTS Now I mentioned nuts however you have to be careful with them because some children are allergic to them. But you know your own child. If you do have friends over you might want to find out first whether or not they are allergic to nuts before serving it to them.