Be KIND to your lunchbox
Whether the lunchbox you pack every morning shows off brightly-colored Hello Kitty faces and fluorescent images of SpongeBob… or is just a simple, brown paper bag you’re toting to work, coming up with a variety of healthy snack ideas that don’t require any refrigeration can be a bit of a struggle. Praised by adults and kids alike, try stocking up on KIND Healthy Snack bars when you’re looking for a healthy treat on-the-go.
Perfect for school lunch pails or stashing one in your own purse or briefcase for a midday treat, these all-natural whole nut and fruit bars are made with guilt-free ingredients that you can see and actually pronounce. And they’re pretty tasty too! Some of the more indulgent flavors like Dark Chocolate Cherry Cashew or Peanut Butter Dark Chocolate can pass as a special sweet-treat for your child without the need for adding a dessert option in her lunchbox. Since they aren’t packed full of processed, no-nutritional-value ingredients, you can breathe easy giving your kids a healthy treat… and they still get their chocolate/peanut butter fix!
- Madagascar Vanilla Almond – maybe your tiny person can’t pronounce ‘Madagascar,’ but they’ll love the smooth sweetness of the vanilla in this crunchy Nuts & Spices bar with whole almonds. And, it boasts only 4 grams of sugar.
- Pomegranate Blueberry Pistachio – this one just makes us feel fancy! So full of texture and bright tartness from the pomegranates and blueberries, this bar gives you 50% of your daily value of antioxidants.
- Dark Chocolate Cherry Cashew – I’m a chocolate fanatic so this automatically makes it to my top list of favorites. Like a chocolate covered cherry… but loaded up with good stuff for you.
- Dark Chocolate Nuts & Sea Salt – Hands down, my personal favorite. I love the transition between salty and sweet in every bite and there’s plenty of texture here from whole almonds, peanuts and walnuts. Must. Get. An entire box.
Curious to try them yourself? KIND bars are now available in Target for the first time in the pharmacy section.