This is My New Favorite Snack For My Kids (and Myself)

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What was your go-to lunch as a kid? Mine was almost always the same. A peanut butter sandwich, some baby carrots and an apple. For my kids, I try to change it up and I regularly try to incorporate new foods into their lunches. I have a super picky boy and a much more adventurous girl, which makes lunch time a bit of a challenge.

My kids’ lunches always consist of the same combination of things. Always a dairy – like a yogurt or a string cheese – always a fruit – like apple sauce or an apple – and always a sandwich of some kid. I also like to throw in other little snacks they can enjoy throughout the day.

There is a new product I’m loving for my kids’ lunch boxes this fall – the new Jif® Power Ups™. They really are the perfect portable snack option that works great for a summer road trip. They are so easy to throw in their lunch boxes when school starts next month. There are two different varieties available – chewy granola bars or creamy clusters. I actually loved the creamy clusters so much that I took a pack to work with me. JIF is the number one peanut butter in the U.S. so I always feel good about using their products. Plus, peanut butter is the first ingredient in the bars and the clusters. They have no corn syrup in the products and they are made with Jif peanut butter goodness your family knows and loves.

I’m so glad I was able to find the new Jif Power Ups at my local Target store. With the Cartwheel offer, you can save 30% off of any Jif Power Ups snack between 7/8-8/4/18. I’m a red card member, so I try to get my groceries at Target when I can. Plus, they have everything I need to get ready for my son starting kindergarten net month.

The next time you’re in the store, be sure to stop by the granola bar section. Check out the new Jif Power Ups. They are made with ingredients I feel good about giving to my kids and they really are a great snack solution. I liked the clusters so much, I actually throw them into my own bag to take to work with me. It’s a great little snack on-the-go. I’m super anxious about my son starting school in the fall, but I’m not worried about finding great snacks for him.

One Comment

  1. Kathy Russell says:

    Some schools are peanut free due to allergies; so make sure you check before sending in lunch boxes!

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