The best snacks for your toddler

The best snacks for your toddler: mom-recommended snacks for the littles. Visit gloriousmomblog.com to see the list. This post contains affiliate links.

Toddlers. They never want to eat meals, but they can snack ALL day long! I made a list of favorite toddler snacks as recommended by my mom friends. Check these out if you’re looking for delicious, nutritious snacks your toddler will love. 

The best snacks for your toddler: mom-recommended snacks for the littles. Visit gloriousmomblog.com to see the list.
1. Earth’s Best yogurt smoothies

Earth’s Best seems to be a favorite brand. I know my kids love to eat food out of a squeeze pouch, especially if it’s sweet!

The best snacks for your toddler: mom-recommended snacks for the littles. Visit gloriousmomblog.com to see the list. 2. Annie’s fruit snacks

I’ve had these; they’re tasty! I know fruit snacks should be given in moderation because of the sugar, but these are organic, have no high fructose corn syrup, and are made with fruit juice. 

The best snacks for your toddler: mom-recommended snacks for the littles. Visit gloriousmomblog.com to see the list. 3. Annie’s bunny snacks

Annie’s healthy version of goldfish is always a big hit with the kids. 

The best snacks for your toddler: mom-recommended snacks for the littles. Visit gloriousmomblog.com to see the list. 4. Earth’s Best applesauce

My kids eat applesauce every day, but I gotta be careful that it doesn’t have high fructose corn syrup. Who needs to sweeten applesauce anyway???

The best snacks for your toddler: mom-recommended snacks for the littles. Visit gloriousmomblog.com to see the list. 5. Z Bars – Clif Bars for kids

Look at all that goodness! My kids love bars. I might have to steal one …

The best snacks for your toddler: mom-recommended snacks for the littles. Visit gloriousmomblog.com to see the list. 6. Earth’s Best bars

Breakfast bars! What kid isn’t into these guys?

The best snacks for your toddler: mom-recommended snacks for the littles. Visit gloriousmomblog.com to see the list. 7. Greek yogurt

This is my middle son’s favorite snack. He used to eat just plain, until I added honey. Now he always has to have the honey! Still healthier than the other flavored varieties, though. Plain with added honey is the way to go.

The best snacks for your toddler: mom-recommended snacks for the littles. Visit gloriousmomblog.com to see the list.

8. Yogurt-covered raisins

If your kid isn’t into fruit, this snack is the way to go, ’cause it tastes like candy! 

Keep these snacks stocked in your pantry to tame the toddler beasts between meals and distract them when you’re on the go. They won’t be picky eaters forever – okay, they might – but for now, fill those bellies with nutritious yummyness they’ll totally dig. 

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31 thoughts on “The best snacks for your toddler

  1. Pouches are seriously our go-to for snacks! I haven’t tried the Earth’s Best ones, but we recently got our hands on some Peter Rabbit strawberry-banana ones, and my 17 month old downed an entire box in two days!!! Thanks so much for the suggestions, always looking for quick and easy snacks (:

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  2. These are great toddler snacks for sure! We have tried many of them but I see a couple that we haven’t but we definitely will. Both of my boys love to snack so I feel so much better having healthy choices for them. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Such great snack ideas! My boys do love to snack all day long, so I try to find healthier options, and these are great. They really love the Zbars, and I need to check out those Aunt Annie’s cheese crackers.

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