In all her years in pre-school, Emma never wanted to eat at school. Well now things have changed and she has been requesting to eat lunch with her classmates. I’m all for this as it gives me 50 more minutes to get errands done and hang out with my son before rushing back to pick her up.
Packing lunch is a total pain though. I struggle over packed lunches because Emma is very picky and the one easy thing I can make her that she loves, a peanut butter sandwich, is unfortunately banned from the menu at her school. Usually I end up giving her a turkey sandwich or mac n’ cheese and a side of fruit and chips or crackers. The fruit normally ends up coming right back home.
Lunchables Jr. might just have changed that for us. Yesterday we received two packages for review. Emma was obviously very eager to try the Very Beary Crunch pack because this is what I found on the kitchen island after taking a shower last night. I didn’t even have a chance to take a picture first!
Today I made her ants on a log. I love this snack pack and it’s really fun for the kids to use their imagination. This one is Emma approved!
The best part about the Lunchables Jr. combinations is that they’re pre-packaged with a bit of fruit (either dried apple or raisins) and a bit of snack all in one so I can toss them into her lunchbox easily and know that she’s going to enjoy a nutritious snack with her lunch that day.
Thankfully there are are two peanut free Lunchables Jr. snack packs with the Blueberry Bonanza and Very Beary Crunch combos. The other two varieties Teddy Bear Picnic and Ants on a Log contain peanut butter and will easy come along for lunch in the park or to bring along to the mall or wherever.
Available at Walmart for just $1.97 a piece, these are the perfect kid-friendly snack for stash and go eating. Kids will love the bento-style box.
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