Keeping up with busy toddlers during a park visit can be challenging; finding easy park snacks for toddlers can be even harder.
Between a lack of refrigeration and wanting to keep things on the healthy side, the options can sometimes seem incredibly limited.
But panic not, loves. These 3 super easy park snack ideas for toddlers will help keep your little one fueled with food that is healthful, flavorful, and fun!
Super Easy Park Snacks for Toddlers
This post was kindly sponsored by Ella’s Kitchen. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.
1. Fruit and Veggie Pouches
Pouches are, hands down, my very favorite way to feed a toddler while out and about. They are easy, healthful, and don’t need to be refrigerated like most fresh fruits and veggies do. You can literally just toss ’em in a bag and head out the door. Our go-to choice is always organic fruit and veggie pouches, like the ones from Ella’s Kitchen.
We look for unique and healthful flavor combinations (Apple, Sweet Potato, Pumpkin, and Blueberry is a current fave) to expose our future little foodies to new things. Plus, any time you can work in some veggies, especially those oh-so-important greens like broccoli, it’s a good parenting day all around. 🙂
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2. Healthful Finger Foods
If you’re looking for an on-the-go snack option with less mess potential, finger foods make a great choice. You could go the traditional route with things like ordinary crackers and granola bars, or you can switch it up and add a boost of both fun and flavor in your little one’s finger foods.
Ella’s Kitchen® Nibbly Fingers are packed with healthful and delicious ingredients like organic mango, carrots, and whole grain oats. A great bonus? No concentrates or refined sugars. Always a huge win in mom world!
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3. Better-for-You Treats
Let’s be perfectly honest, here. Sometimes a kid just needs a sweet treat.
However. There’s no need to go all-in and start your little one on the amazingness that is those really soft generic chocolate chip cookies from the grocery store baking section quite yet. (All in good time.)
Instead, opt for a toddler-friendly sweet treat that will feel like special without overloading on the sugar. These yummy, healthful, and just-sweet-enough Bananas + Raisins Nibbly Fingers are our favorite.
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What are some of your favorite park snacks for toddlers? Let me know in the comments!