What a fun surprise to come home yesterday afternoon to a Goody Foods snack box on my front porch! A few of you may know that I don’t eat snacks. I eat 3 (rather large) meals a day, and between those meals, I just don’t eat. So it is a little hard for me now with a preschooler who wants to have snacks all. day. long. I really try to avoid the processed, packaged snacks from the grocery store. So I try to serve as many fresh fruits and veggies as possible, and also make healthy snacks when I can.
A few weeks ago when I heard about the healthy snack boxes from Goody Foods, I was intrigued. Not only is everything completely healthy, homemade, and preservative-free, you sign up for a subscription and a fresh box shows up at your house every Sunday. It doesn’t get any easier than that to give your family healthy snacks.
This week’s box included Cranberry Scones, Maple Oatmeal Raisin Cookies, and Cherry Chocolate Energy Bites.
I am impressed. And for a non-snack eater to be impressed with snacks, that says something. Everything is delicious. (Well, I didn’t actually try the Energy Bites because I don’t eat chocolate, but I haven’t heard any complaints yet!) I love that everything is made with all natural, seasonal, healthy ingredients. I love that each week is a different selection of snacks to expose your child to many different tastes and textures. And I love that in true San Francisco fashion, everything in the cute little box is compostable. (And how cute is that box!?!)
For all of you in San Francisco, save yourself the 20 minutes waiting in line to park at Trader Joe’s to buy snacks, and give Goody Foods a try. You won’t be disappointed! (As of now, Goody Foods Snack Boxes can only be delivered within the city of San Francisco, but hopefully they will expand soon.)
Goody Foods sent me a box to try. All opinions are my own.