How to Create a Snack Station

September 19, 2011 | By | Comments (13)

Whether you have kids back in school (or you’re just trying to be a bit more healthy and organized) make healthy snacking easier by creating two snack stations, one of for the refrigerator and one for the pantry.

Here’s what should go in each:

Snack Station for the Pantry

In the pantry:

Nuts, pre-portioned cereal bags, dried fruit or fruit leathers, graham crackers.

Snack Station for the Refrigerator

In the refrigerator:

Peanut butter, string cheese, yogurt, cut up veggies, hummus, grapes

Plus get more snack ideas:

Healthy Snacks for Every Attack

24 Nutritious (and Tasty) Snacks

Healthy Snacks for Kids

9 Healthy Predinner Snacks

What will you keep in your snack stash?