What type of things do y’all pack to give your 18 month old a snack when y’all are out and about? I was using the little squeezable fruit and veggie packs but she’s wanting more and more and not getting as full from them so I need more ideas.
Blue berries, raspberries, banana, animal crackers, cereal bar, peanut butter sandwich.
Pack what she likes feuit veggie wise if thats ur thing i give my son chips for snack or yogurt tubes (19 months) and he does fine and for dinner he gets veggies and something sweet for desert
I usually pack 2 applesauce packs and a snack sized bag of goldfish. I also keep a box of animal crackers in my car. I know if he blows through the applesauce and goldfish, it’s time to find him a meal.
My daughter loves fruit snacks, veggie chips, crackers, ect. Anything I can pack that is dry and can easily be cleaned. I put all her juice and water in bottles with straws. I hate cleaning up the mess when were out
The whole house…seriously. My 2 year old eats ALL. DAY. LONG. lol. my 3.5 year old not so much on the snacking at least.
Fruit snacks, fresh fruit, soft granola bars (like Nutrigrain bars.)
My kids loved cereal bars, I had them stashed everywhere.
Toddler mum mums, Cheerios, soft fruits cut up, apple sauce, ccereal bars are good too. I used to pack 2 bottles of water. (Never gave them juice…still dont).
my daughter loves Apple butter sandwiches, don’t need an ice pack for it either
Some gram crackers, fruit snack, actual fruit or veggies, chips, can try a lunchable or a small sandwich she will like, crackers and peanut butter, yogurt or pudding.
Graham crackers, goldfish, animal crackers, fruit snacks, cereal