This post was sponsored by Nabisco as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central, and all opinions expressed in my post are my own
Teens and Snacks
My kids are teens, and the snack game is so different than when they were younger. The days of fruit and veggies with dip is gone. Now it’s what tastes sweet and can be eaten on the go! The kids don’t even sit at the table anymore to eat their snack; they are either walking out the front door or closing their bedroom door.
The snacks I see the kids come in the house with make me cringe! Those hot flavored chips are the worst. When I asked them what I can get them to snack on, all I get is “candy, cookies, and chips”..not what a mom wants to hear but understand. Need to revamp what I buy for snacks now, and I just have to accept they are growing up and it isn’t about what I want them to eat anymore!
Walmart To The Snack Rescue
I know I need to give the kids options that they will eat and not give me that “WTH did you get us, mom” LOOK. Teens love to snack so I can’t just get one thing. I know Walmart will have exactly what I need for these teens of mine!
In Walmart, I went down the cookie and cracker aisle, and something caught my eye that might just work…NABISCO Multipacks 12 pack box.
Stepping Up The Snack Game
The NABISCO Multipack (12-pack) has Oreo minis, Nutter Butter bites, and mini Chips Ahoy, which is the kid’s favorite flavors. I think I might have hit the snack jackpot. They are perfect to pack in their lunch, or when they get home from school, if I’m honest it will probably be both! Having a treat like this at lunch will make them smile, I just know it! Then when they come home, the NABISCO Multipack will be waiting for them on the counter, and they can choose which one they want.
Nabisco Snacktime Giveaway:
I-C will randomly select 14 winners from all program entries and will facilitate fulfillment of the winning prizes.
- Prize: 12 prizes ($50 Walmart gift card each) and two grand prizes ($200 Walmart gift card each)
- Dates: September 11- 29th, 2017