What’s in my 2-year-old’s Lunchbox

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sprout Organic Foods for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.

Packing a lunch for a picky 2-year-old can be challenging at times. Oftentimes, I will have to play it safe with things I know Caroline likes, but that seems to leave a few gaps in the actual nutrition of her lunch. Here’s what I’ve been packing lately to make sure she gets the nutrition she needs while also giving her things she loves! ideas to pack in a 2-year-old's school lunch box Caroline loves crunchy snacks and I’m happy she also loves fruit, but my goal is to give her a balanced lunch. What I pack for my 2 year old's lunch box

A typical lunchbox:

  • Peanut butter crackers
  • Veggie sticks
  • String cheese, cut up
  • Fruit slices (either mandarin oranges, strawberries, blueberries, etc.)
  • Yogurt
  • Sprout Organic pouch

Sprout Organic Foods pouches are what really completes Caroline’s lunch. I’ve started adding them into her lunchbox because I know she loves them, and I love that they are completely pure, organic  ingredients – ingredients that can be found right in your kitchen. They are non-GMO, no preservatives, no concentrates, and only contain whole fruits, vegetables, and grains. I also love the Mission & Values  behind Sprout. Sprout Organic ingredients in their pouches are everything you find in your kitchen! I pick up my Sprout pouches at my local Target. You can grab some Sprout Coupons to save money and try some free! What I love most is that I can flip the pouch over and see only pure ingredients. In this case, it’s only three! You would be surprised how many other pouches at your local stores do not do this. I was amazed. I stood in the aisles of Target looking through so many brands of pouches and I was appalled at how many have ingredient lists with concentrates and preservatives. One other pouch I read had these ingredients listed: Apples, Mango Puree (Mango Puree Concentrate, Water), Strawberry Puree, Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E). It’s a no brainer for me here. 3 ingredients versus concentrates and preservatives? No, thank you! I encourage you to flip the pouches over the next time you’re in the baby aisle to see for yourself.Sprout Organice pouches are great as an accompaniment to school lunches Try out some Sprout for yourself! Find the nearest Target that carries Sprout pouches and snacks.

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2 Comments

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    GoFashiondeals (@Gofashiondeals)
    September 20, 2016 at 12:24 pm

    Wish my little one still liked those. He just squeezes everything out now lol.

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    molly @ still being molly
    September 21, 2016 at 10:31 am

    my daughter LOVES these pouches! I love that the ingredients are so simple!

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