Another pinner says: Refrigerator snack bin. Kids want a snack? Tell 'em to hit up the bin and pick one thing. This has made getting a snack so much easier at our house! She is now choosing the healthy snacks because they are in her bin.
Create a healthy snack drawer for the fridge. Toss in pre-packed snacks to go for the whole week. Also, pre-packed snack bags/containers for the pantry with non-perishable things like pretzels, mixed nuts, unsweetened cereal, etc.
Road trip food kit, and other tips for traveling with kids. (Well, why leave it just for kids? This is a great idea adults who have long road trips, too. I bet I could find even healthier foods to put in the tackle box.) diy-and-crafts
Made this with pb and j, and it was the first time I could get my 2 year old to eat a sandwich!---How To Make Sandwich Spirals/Sushi--BentOn Better Lunches (great source of ideas for creative lunches for kids of all ages)
Kids can't fight if their mouths are full. But instead of handing them a bag of chips, use these plastic organizers that let you measure out portions and sneak a few healthy foods into the mix. See more at I Should Be Mopping the Floors
On-the-Go Storage Ideas for Food: DIY Travel Food Kit
Are you planning a trip with the kids? Then you need this brilliant travel hack for on-the-go storage ideas for food! The one thing that can always please a grumpy, tired, impatient child while traveling is food. Grab a bead container and load it up with