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Buttered UpA PB&J takes three steps, while this bite-size (no "J") version takes one: Gobble them up by the handful.
Late July Mini Peanut Butter Sandwich Crackers; $3.99
With a citrusy, buttery flavor and fun flower shape, these cookies will make a toddler happier than a football-field-size sandbox with an entire dump truck of buckets and scoops.
Dancing Deer Lemon Daisy Cookies; $3.99
These whole-grain grins look sunnier than the characters on Glee, and kids love them! They're fortified with vitamins and minerals, so they pack a little nutritional punch, too.
Earth's Best Smiley Snacks; $2.49
These California dreams are a cross between an orange and a Chinese mandarin. Because they're seedless and super easy to peel, they're a perfect fruit for little guys.
Cuties mandarin oranges; $5.99 for a 5-lb box
- Brian Hagiwara
Freeze-dried berries and whole-grain cereal are a heartfelt ode to healthy snacking. But the sneaky fruit serving is what we adore the most.
Plum Tots Fruity Fingerfuls in I Heart Strawberries; $3.49
- Brian Hagiwara
Wanna delight a preschooler? Try this mini-doughnut recipe: Dip a few Cheerios in chocolate syrup, then top with sprinkles; roll a few more in powdered sugar. Line up a baker's dozen and serve with milk. So. Darn. Fun.
Just for fun, lead a mouth excavation: Kids nibble through a candy shell and solid milk chocolate till they hit on a dino.
Jelly Belly Prehistoric Eggs; $1.75
(Not So) Big Dogs
Go ahead and bake, boil, wrap, and dip these little turkey dogs. Your child will love 'em, and have no idea they have two thirds the fat of regular smoked sausages.
Hillshire Farm Turkey Lit'l Smokies; $3.99
Take this low-calorie cheese round on the road with you. It'll stay prim in its smart wax case, and kiddos can play a game of Pac-Man once they've gobbled up the cheese inside.
Laughing Cow Mini Babybel; $3.99 for six
- Valerie Fischel
Cut a section out of a jumbo olive; fill with cream cheese. Cut a triangle out of a carrot round; stick into a small olive for the "beak." Secure the olives and carrot feet with a toothpick!
Soybean pods come in single-serve SpongeBob-themed packs. Popping the beans out of their shell and down the hatch makes for fun eating!
Seapoint Farms Edamame; $3.69 for six