my two might not always be angelic but they certainly demand enough
snacks! They are always moaning on
about being hungry and needing something to eat. I would not mind but I often struggle to think of enough
relatively healthy things to give them before the sweets get cracked open! To avoid further telling off by their
dentist I want to have suitable alternatives for them, snacks without added
sugar. Admittedly these have naturally
occurring ones but that cannot be helped, plus least I know the boys are also
getting some fruit!
|Little Angels snack of choice for hardy pirates and bookish Where’s Wally fans!|
packs of Organic Raisins, Organic Sultana’s & Apple or Organic Raisins
& Sultana’s at 40p would be ideal for school fruit break. I always find by the end of the week our
fresh fruit is on the turn and the boys have nothing to take for their
allocated fruit break. A few packs of
these stashed in the cupboard would avoid me having the embarrassing problem of
having to borrow a banana or an apple off a friend!
I was pleasantly surprised that my two really enjoyed
these snacks. Even though they are
pitched for children 12 months plus, they found them tasty and agreeable. The organic oaty bars (£1.99 for a pack of 5
bars) must be quite filling as I have noticed the boys go longer before complaining! The fact these snacks are made from natural
ingredients has not gone unnoticed too; the boys are much calmer without
getting their brightly coloured sweet fix.
The selection of products is quite good with plenty to
suit different taste buds with an affordable price tag, as you would expect
from the Asda own branded products.