TEST BENCH: TENDER BARS WITH DRIED FRUITS
In addition to being well appreciated by children, chewy fruit bars fit perfectly in the lunch box and provide a nice dose of energy quickly. The There are many new products in the grocery store and some now offer the peanut-free label. On the other hand, are some choices better than others from a nutritional point of view? I take stock in this article..
Chewy bars, a good snack
Yes, granola bars are very popular, but there are also several other possible snack choices to add variety to the lunch box. In fact, I recently discussed it in a nutrition capsule:What is a good snack? These are important to meet the needs of growing children. For this purpose, granola bars are attractive options, as they are easy to transport and can be eaten on the go. As a bonus, certified peanut-free bars are allowed in all schools.
If you lack inspiration when it comes to adding snacks to the lunch box, I suggest you try my tasty recipechai zucchini muffins. It’s also a perfect time to cook with the family!
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