What’s your toddler’s favorite store bought snacks?

I have a 1 year old boy who’s just started to snack more besides meals & as much as I want to prepare most of his food at home & from scratch, it’s not always the case. So far, he have only tried puffs (store bought), he didn’t like the arrowroot biscuits as much. I’m wondering what other store bought snacks that other toddlers likes around 1 year old & up? I do give him sandwiches, fruits, cheese, etc but I just wanted to know any good store bought snacks as an option. It will be helpful if you could mention the specific snack brand too. Thank you!

  • anonymous mom
    Jan 17

    Oh I forgot to mention my daughter lovesssssss frozen blueberries!! They make a huge mess but they’re an easy healthy snack so she probably eats them around 4x/week!! She gobbles them up whenever I offer them to her!

  • A
    Jan 17

    My kids love the Organic Baby food or applesauce pouches. We buy Gerber Organic or Plum or really whatever Organic brand I can cheapest. YoBaby Organic yogurt - Cheerios. Graham Crackers - Raisins.

  • Geena
    Jan 17

    Recently been snacking on Whole Food’s veggie chips and veggies straws. We both love it. We also do multi grain crackers found on the same store and trader joe’s have a handful of them you can find

  • A
    Jan 17

    We also get Sweet Potato Crackers from Costco ... the brand is RW García 🤷‍♀️

  • Jennifer
    Jan 17

    When my kids were young they love the berry puffs by Plums. Graduates lil crunchies cheddar puffs are still there favorites even though my kids are 4yr daughter and 8yr old son right now. LOL Sunmaid raisins are favorites at my daughters preschool. Annie's organic cheddar bunnies is a must try. They are way better and healthier than goldfish and all babies love goldfish crackers! When my son was 2 and 3, he loved the GoGo Squeeze applesauce, but for some reason my daughter does not like it. String cheese had always been their favorite and still is. Gerber yogurt melts are super yummy. Even I use to eat them when I brought them for my kids. LOL

  • Crystal
    Jan 17

    Avocado chunks are really easy to prep and was a staple for my son and daughter.

  • Bailey
    Jan 18

    Any of the toddler fruit-grain bars. They’re easy and packed with nutrients. I also bring blueberries/raspberries in a container where ever we go. My daughter is a berry monster! Also bananas!

  • Peter
    Jan 18

    Baby Mum Mums. They don’t leave a lot of crumbs compared to other crackery treats.

  • Activemommy
    Jan 18

    My daughter is obsessed with the Stonyfield yogurt pouches. She also loves pretzels, I get Stop and Shop’s Nature’s Promise honeywheat pretzel sticks.

  • Activemommy
    Jan 18

    String cheese, I dont get any specific brand just whatever is on sale; but she loves fruits so I always try to carry a banana, a peeled mandarin, raisins, or grapes whatever isn’t too messy. When she was younger she did like the Gerber Veggie puffs, there’s more to that name but they come in like a green can.

  • Kristin
    Jan 18

    Thank you everyone! ❤️

  • Felicia
    Jan 19

    Ditto on bananas, so portable. I just started giving my 11 month-old rice cakes. Just 1 ingredient and it's something I can't make at home.

  • Chelsy
    Jan 21

    My 15 month old loves Earths best organic crunchin' crackers, multigrain cheerios, fruit cut up in cottage cheese, wheat toast with some butter on it. Squeeze tubes mighty4 plum organics is her favorites all kinds of them to try.

  • Chelsy
    Jan 21
  • Mia
    Jan 25

    Goldfish Crackers!

  • Tara
    Jan 28

    Whole grain rice crackers (unsalted) that come in variations with quinoa, sesame etc. As others mentioned, dried fruit, avocados and bananas are easy... also, boiled eggs! Very stinky, but if you’re going to eat outdoors, then such a portable and healthy option IMO (if baby is not allergic etc). Lastly, toasted but unsalted seaweed. Daughter (2.4) and son (1.2) love!

  • Crystal
    Jan 30

    Coming from a dental hygienist: watch carb and sugar intake on snacks. Dried fruit is barely better than fruit snacks when it comes to cavities. One study showed that crackers cause just as many cavities as gummy bears! Choose nuts, seeds, cheese, veggies (dips are fine) and any proteins. Underestimated snacks: fruit snacks and granola/nutrigrain style bars.

  • anonymous mom
    Jan 30

    Thank you Crystal! I had no idea!!