This post was sponsored by Somersaults as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
In an attempt to achieve balance in my life every single day, there’s a lot that must fall into place. As busy moms, we have so many moving parts to our day, but as long as certain aspects are taken care of, we know we can pretty much take on anything. One of those major things for me in healthy snack, not only for me, but healthy snacks for kids, too. Obviously Blake is still drinking from a bottle, but I know that when Branden, Chris and I are eating and snacking well, I feel like I can accomplish anything. I worry about what goes into everyone’s bellies after all. So with the start of a new year, when we are given a clean slate, here’s my healthy snack ideas for kids that I hope will inspire you.
Being balanced and eating healthy brings along an empowering sense of happiness, productivity and feeling like I’ve had a successful day. So when my days start with making healthy choices while packing lunches or grabbing a snack to sit with on the couch while I work, Somersaults has been my go-to. They are available online, and at select Whole Foods and at Target (every mama’s favorite place!), making them really easy to always have on hand. (Check out their store locator here.)
Most of my days begin with some sort of fitness, whether I’m out at the park or at home doing yoga – I make promises to myself to have an active life and even if it’s just 20 minutes, I gotta power through it. Then, I get to work.
I pull out my computer and get started working, every morning from home – Somersaults in hand! They make a great breakfast or snack, honestly. They come in two savory flavors and two sweet: Cinnamon, Dutch Cocoa, Sea Salt (Branden’s favorite!) and Salt and Pepper.
Healthy Snack Ideas For Kids
What’s in each healthy bite? Healthy sunflower seeds are the main component in these healthy snacks for kids. Being a nutritionally dense superfood, they are packed with protein, fiber, vitamin E, and healthy fats, making these truly something you can feel good about eating and feeding your whole family. They are certified vegan, non-GMO, 100% nut free and really yummy. And being that I try to turn to plant-based proteins as much as possible, I love that they contain 5-6 grams of natural plant-based protein (depending on which flavor you’re eating).
I like to think of these items as my must-haves to get me trough the day. I wouldn’t be organized without my planner or phone, calm without a great motivation quote and candle and healthy without some great snacks backing me up. I love that Somersaults come in both individually packed varieties and larger bags, making them great for portion control or tossing in lunch bags or at home snacking. They are a winner in the Cooper home!
Have you ever tried Somersaults? I would love to hear your feedback!