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Healthy Kids' Snacks You Should Be Eating

  • Babybel

    Mini-Babybel Cheese

    Fun and super convenient, mini Babybel 100 percent natural cheeses offer a rich and creamy taste that all ages adore. Ranging from 50 to 70 calories, each flavor delivers 4 to 6 grams of protein and 15 percent of your calcium needs. They're delicious and just the right size for a stand-alone snack. Pair with a piece of fruit or some nuts for added satisfaction.

  • Siggi's Yogurt

    Siggi's Blueberry Yogurt Tubes

    Though created for kids, these tubes offer adults the opportunity to snack on yogurt on the go, mess-free. Kids' yogurts can be laden with sugar and artificial colors and flavors. But at a mere 50 calories, these tubes boast 5 grams of protein and only 5 grams of sugar as well as an ingredient list you can feel good about. Try freezing the tubes for a sweet treat that'll satisfy a craving for ice cream!

  • GoGo Squeez Fruit & VeggieZ

    Another portable package that is shelf-stable to boot (veggies haters, this one's for you). GoGo Squeez offers a range of pouched products from traditional applesauce to these fruit-and-vegetable blends. Each pouch weighs in at 60 to 70 calories and 2 grams of fiber. Pair it with a few tablespoons of nuts or a serving of cheese like Babybel, and you have yourself a well-balanced anytime snack.

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    Sun-Maid Raisins

    Perfect to pack with your lunch, carry in your gym bag, or stash in your office, Sun-Maid's individually portioned raisins are always ready to eat! One of the few dried fruits that is free of added sugars, this childhood snacking staple has just 90 calories and a boatload of nutrients. The natural sugars provide an energetic punch to help you get through the day.

  • Annie's Organic Honey Grahams

    Grab your peanut butter! These slightly sweet cookie-like crackers are what childhood memories are made of. One full graham cracker has 65 calories and a mere 4 grams of sugar. Plus you can break it into four perfect pieces, making a single cracker feel far more satisfying.

  • Back to Nature Madagascar Vanilla Wafers

    When you're craving something sweet, let's be honest: one cookie just won't do. Fortunately, you get to have five of these Back to Nature Madagascar Vanilla Wafers for 150 calories and 9 grams of sugar—not too shabby considering the average coffeehouse cookie contains more than 300 calories and has 27 grams of sugar!

  • Peeled Snacks Berry Apple Clusters

    When you're in the mood to munch, these Berry Apple Clusters may just fit the bill. With 60 calories per 1/4-cup serving, these puffed-dried apples are fun and sweet—perfect for crunching.

  • Apple & Eve Organic Apple Juice

    For those times when water simply won't cut it, a 100 percent juice box—like Apple & Eve Organic Apple Juice—offers you a perfectly portioned solution. At 90 calories per box, there's no added sugar and 1 1/2 servings of fruit to boot.