Terrific Toddler Snacks

Worried that your picky eater isn't getting enough fruits, veggies, or whole grains? Consider these between-meal
bites to help fill in the gaps. Parents tested them with 1- to 3-year-olds, who happily munched along!

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Ella's Kitchen Bananas & Raisins Nibbly Fingers

Organic whole grains, dried and pureed bananas, and raisin bits are packed in a mini 90-calorie, sodium-free snack bar. "It was easy for my 2-year-old to eat by himself," says one mom tester.

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Bitsy's Brainfood Zucchini Gingerbread Carrot

Moms at the tasting snatched some of these whole-grain cookie-like snacks for themselves. They're fortified with nutrients, including vitamin D, folic acid, and omega-3 fatty acids. Each box has two servings.

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18 Rabbits Jr.

Sold in four flavors, these soft, small, whole-grain bars are made with oats and seeds. They contain no nuts, wheat, dairy, or soy.

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GoGo Squeez AppleGrape

Filled with fruit and a splash of juice, these pouches are resealable. Keep the cap out of reach of your child since it could be a choking hazard.

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MySuperSnack Blueberry Banana Acai

These soft granola bites, made with oats, flax, fruit, and amaranth, are fortified with extra nutrients. The company donates 1 percent of its sales to fight hunger.

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Sprout Fruit & Veggie Crispy Chews

With fruit and veggie combos and a bit of brown rice, there's a serving of produce in each 60-calorie bag.

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Little Duck Organics Tiny Fruit

Our testers enjoyed all flavors of these mini fruit bits but preferred Apple & Banana as well as Strawberry & Mango.

Originally published in the December 2013 issue of Parents magazine.

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