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Fruits or cut up veggies are great. Maybe a granola
bar or some mixed nuts. Pretzels are pretty kid-friendly too.
Fruits or cut up veggies are great. Maybe a granola bar or some mixed nuts. Pretzels are pretty kid-friendly too.
Posted on Jan 10, 2013
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There are some nutrition bars that are made specifically for the dietary needs of children. Personally, I give my 12 year old son Clif Kid Zbar and he really likes it! Most importantly, these bars are very healthy, as they are 95% organic and contain 12 essential vitamins and minerals.
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Yup! Has hardly any calories and is tasty. Unless you
buy the kind with tons of butter and everything. But the regular type is great.
Or even pop it yourself!
(link shows how to pop yourself at home) http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/perfect_popcorn/
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