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11 Adorable Snacks!

by Parenting.com Editors


11 Adorable Snacks!
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These munchies are almost-almost!-too cute to eat. But we’re sure they’ll manage to disappear in no time.

 

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Buttered Up

Price:$3.25

A PB&J takes three steps, while this bite-size (no "J") version takes one: Gobble them up by the handful.

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Petal Pusher

Price:$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.

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All Smiles

Price:$2.49

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.

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Sunny Delight

Price:$2.88

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.

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Strawberry Fields

Price:$2.79

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.

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Mini-Mart

Price:$3.99

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.

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Archeology Dig

Price:$21.99

Just for fun, lead a mouth excavation: Kids nibble through a candy shell and solid milk chocolate till they hit on a dino.

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(Not So) Big Dogs

Price:$2.64

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.

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My Belle

Price:$2.99

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.

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Club Penguin

Price:$7.68

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!

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Podcasting

Price:$1.49

Soybean pods come in single-serve SpongeBob-themed packs. Popping the beans out of their shell and down the hatch makes for fun eating!