Hangry kids make for: angry, fussy children and that is something to be avoided at all times, especially when you have so many of them with you. As any mom will tell you, having snacks-on-hand is a must! It only takes a few minutes to prepare a snack bag to take whenever you're out with kids. Let me show you how easy it is!
RITZ Filled Sandwich Crackers are now available at Kroger stores (Food 4 Less and Ralphs in our area) which means I can easily pop in for a few boxes on our way out of town if I happen to be out at home. RITZ Filled Sandwich Crackers are a favorite of the entire family, and I can never seem to keep enough on hand. I also pick up some fresh fruit and child sized waters, which are more appealing to kids and make giving them water easier. Now that I am stocked up I can pack the weekend snack bag to keep hangry kids away.
On-The-Go Snack Bag
- RITZ Peanut Butter Filled Sandwich Crackers and RITZ Cheese Filled Sandwich Crackers are always first in my snack bag. The kids love them and they really pack a punch at keeping hunger at bay.
- fresh fruit is another must have and a great way to get more fruit into the kids. Sometimes they won't eat fruit at home, but when we're out and they are hungry, you bet they go for that fruit like they haven't eaten all day.
- I always pack smaller water bottles for them because our temps are very high and the kids immediately get thirsty. Purchasing smaller bottles is more appealing to kids so I don't mind paying a little more to ensure they drink a lot of it.
With RITZ Cheese Filled Sandwich Crackers it's easy to turn that frown on a hangry kid upside down.
These sandwich crackers are easy to take on-the-go and make my life so much easier. This weekend we stood for over 2 1/2 hours waiting for the tree lighting at The Grove LA and you can bet these are what saved my life.
Hangry Kids? Not no more!
This mom and grandma does not have time to deal with meltdowns or unhappy, hangry kids, there's too much to do! That's why I like to be prepared and Food 4 Less gives me the goods to do so, at a great price. What are some of your tips for dealing with Hangry kids?