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Get Bold With After School Snacks

As the seasons change, it’s time to mix things up. It has been a very wet and cold winter in San Diego, but a few days of sunshine has reminded me that Spring is almost here. We’re mixing up our after school snack routine thanks to our sponsor, Foster Farms, with tasty Bold Bites Chicken! The kids are always so hungry after school. I like to offer them snacks that are high in protein to hold them over till dinner time.

Just like Foster Farms, we are California Dreamers, always ready for an adventure. We’ve been planning more activities around town and have a few fun trips in the works. Keeping snacks on hand is always a priority on any of our adventures. Bold Bites come in 5 unique flavors like Korean BBQ, Parmesan Garlic and Chili Verde. They all have a great flavor and are packaged in cute little, easy-to-use size snack bags.

On warm or sunny days, the kids love to have their snacks out on the patio before they go play on the jungle gym. Of course, Ellie girl is always looking for a bite too.

These kids burn up so much energy playing and learning, it’s no wonder they are so hungry after school. One of my favorite moments on school days is sitting down and enjoying a snack with them as they tell me how their day at school went. Once they eat, they are ready to go again!

You never know if kids are going to like something with lots of bold flavors but they really enjoyed the Parmesan Garlic flavor. The cajun style was a bit too spicy for them but great for me.

The convenient size bag even fits in my small purse for when we need a snack on-the-go. I’m not much for carrying a lot of items so I’m always excited to see when snacks have high protein and flavor.

I’m so looking forward to seeing more days filled with sunshine, after school snacking and adventure planning! If you want to try Bold Bites, be sure to grab some at your local grocery store, to help mix up your after school snacking routine today! They are sold at Target, Vons, Safeway and other major retailers.

This post is sponsored by Foster Farms. All opinions are my own. 

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