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5 Snack Food Tips for Kids on the Go
When you come to the Wow Factory in South Florida whether it’s with your immediate family or the whole neighborhood, it pays
off to be prepared. Be sure to pack your bags with items like sanitizer, wipes and Band-Aids for just in case items. But what types of
snack foods are a good choice to throw in your bag? If you’re coming in for the day or just a few hours your children will get
hungry. You can always join us in our café for items like pizza and burgers, but sometimes a trail mix or some other easy to eat but
healthy snacks can go a long way. Here are a few tips that might spark some ideas that your kids will not only love to eat their easy
to make and easy to clean up after.
Tip One: Guacamole is a terrific dip to bring to Wow. Why,
because it’s easy to make, if you leave the pit in the middle it will
stay green. But most of all this is a kid favorite that is also a
Tip Two: Strawberries are always a kid favorite. (Unless there
are allergies) You can accompany this beautiful fruit with a yogurt
dip or melted carob for a twist of fruity goodness.
Tip Three: Try a popcorn trail mix with fresh popped popcorn,
peanuts, pretzel sticks, almonds and Chex cereal. For a variety,
throw in dried fruit or raisins that will make it a salty sweet snack.
Remember to use small peanuts if there are children present
under the age of four.
Tip Four: Who doesn’t love Lunchables? Stock up for these
little snack items. Many grocery stores like Walmart have their
off-brand for less expensive than that of Oscar Meyer. These are
not only cost efficient they are a perfect, quick snack for picky
Tip Five: Homemade beef jerky is an excellent source of protein
and can be made from things like salmon and turkey. You can
find recipes for jerky in places like Pinterest that can instruct you
how to dry the meat in your oven. Keep in mind that this is
something you’ll need to make ahead of time as it can take several
hours for most recipes.
From ‘Guack’ to Jerky these are all easy snacks that are perfect for
that kid on the go. If you forget to include snacks in your bag, no
problem. We have a great restaurant at the Wow Factory to
accommodate hungry tummies. These quick tips are a few ideas
when full meals aren’t necessary or if you have a snacker in your
group. No matter what the case may be these foods are healthy
and quick cleanups, making them ideal solutions for kids on the