40 Non-Processed Snacks for Busy Moms by: EatLocalGrown

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As a mom, usually the last thing you have is time. We try to feed our kids the healthiest foods, keeping their brains and bodies energized, but as hard as we try it’s not always possible. @EatLocalGrown, they share fast, easy, non sugary snack ideas that are chock full of the healthy vitamins & minerals your kids need.

My fave is #40- Green Apple Salad: Chopped green apple, red grapes, and walnuts sprinkled with a dressing made from honey, lemon juice and cinnamon

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