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When it comes to finding tasty snacks for my autistic daughter, our choices tend to be somewhat limited. She has her definite preferences and if those things should ever disappear? It can be quite a guessing game to find a replacement. We also like to have a snack for her that can be consumed for lunch, afterschool, or dinner.
So, ideally, it’s something healthy. But just where in the world do we find a snack that fits all of that? The answer to that is easier than you think.
My autistic daughter has been a long-time fan of these Harvest Snaps. I suppose that shouldn’t surprise me too much as she’s always preferred vegetables to any other sort of food.
But, knowing that these are delicious and healthy for her? I have no problems stocking up on these tasty snacks. In fact, my daughter loves these so much that she will have them at multiple times during the day.
She doesn’t need much prompting or help to add them to her meals.
Whether she’s adding them to her dinner or taking them to school for lunch, I love having a healthier snack around. I also love the fact that by supporting Harvest Snaps, we are supporting the work that they do in the community, as they are a proud partner of Kids360. Learn more about the Kids360 mission to make a difference in the lives of children in need.
Some of the varieties are also gluten-free (except Tomato Basil) and while she does prefer the original Lightly Salted, I have developed a preference for the NEW flavors: White Cheddar and Garlic Parmesan.
But you really can’t go wrong with any of the flavors, I think. They’re made from real vegetables like green peas, red lentils, or black beans and baked into delicious snack perfection.
With nine delicious flavors to choose from, there’s a flavor for every fan out there. Oh yes, I am a huge fan of these too. I love that I can go to my local ShopRite and find these delicious snacks right in the produce section.
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