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  • Becky Benton

    Snacks: Pantry Grab-and-Go Snack Stashes - Fish-shaped crackers (best bet: the kind sold at health food stores that don't have hydrogenated oils); "Real Simple" Kids' Mix: Cheerios, raisins, almonds, pretzels (also mentions chocolate chips, but I'd omit those.); Fruit leathers (again, health food store); Graham Crackers; Pretzels; Cheerios; Almonds; & Raisins or other dried fruits

  • Anna Folke

    Grab-n-Go Pantry Snack Station Fish-shaped crackers (best bet: the kind sold at health-food stores that don't have hydrogenated oils) A Real Simple kids' mix: Cheerios, raisins, almonds, pretzels, and chocolate chips Fruit leathers Graham crackers Pretzels Cheerios Almonds Raisins or other dried fruits For more nutritious options between meals, see Real Simple’s list of healthy snacks.

  • Bluebird CSA.com

    Pantry Snack Station: make your own healthy snacks for a healthy snack shelf - - A Real Simple kids snack shelf : raisins, almonds, chocolate chips - Fruit leathers - Graham crackers -

  • Christine Syracusa-Foss

    I am in the process of collecting healthy snacks to make a grab and go snack station in my pantry.

  • Jenn

    Camping snack station: Nuts, pre-portioned cereal bags, dried fruit or fruit leathers, graham crackers.

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