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The deliciousness was sent to us free of charge, so we can try it and tell you all about it.
My family went on the longest driving adventure last week. If anybody had told me five years ago that I would spend 15 hours on the road with a 7-year old, 8-year old, and an 18-months old, I would have never believed it. However, since I wanted to make this trip and my husband already had his plans, I recruited my sister and my mother-in-law for help and hit the highway.
If you ask me, the trick to a pleasant long drive is to have a lot of ways to entertain your kids – DVDs, tablets, books, and snacks. Seriously, do not forget snacks! Even if you just finished a three-course meal, 5 miles later someone in my car usually insists that he is starving and need to eat RIGHT NOW!
This trip my ultimate savior was hiding in the Snyder’s of Hanover’s bags. And with the variety of options and combination of salty and crunchy, it made everyone happy.
Did you know that Snyder’s of Hanover pretzels are now being made in a peanut-free facility, which makes them safe for kids with peanut allergies and schools with peanut restrictions? Check out the label – it is marked with new allergen information. This significant change makes Snyder’s of Hanover pretzels the perfect choice for parents looking for wholesome, peanut-free snacks to send to school with their kids in the fall.
You have to agree that small packages of these pretzels are extremely handy, mess free and make an excellent on-the-go snack in the car, in the park or even as a backup snack.
I feel like every year school’s rules get more and more complicated when it comes to the home lunch boxes. Some years I remember looking at the list confused and not knowing what I can I put into the lunch box that would both make my child happy and complies with school rules. This is one more reason why Snyder’s of Hanover pretzels are perfect for the lunches and with the new School year right around the corner it does make an excellent lunch box essential.
But let’s get to my big road trip – long 700 miles, 15 hours in the car and a lot of “togetherness”. Here are my TOP FIVE essentials not to forget for the family road trip:
Kids Friendly snack – small packages, non-messy favorite meals. Stay away from chocolate and sugary candy
Children Friendly Technology – we love tablets for games and movies. I download a few new games on our iPads the night before the trip.
Cheap games and toys – I usually attack a dollar store and look for coloring books, play dough, magnetic games, and more.
Mobile Portable Potty – get a portable solution for the road and avoid the gas stations and sketchy areas.
Stuff – bring along blankets, pillows, and a couple of favorite toys, because you never know, when you might get lucky, and one of your kids would fall asleep and sleep, while the other one will spend hours watching movies and playing games.
The next time you are out shopping grab a bag of these and enjoy the crunch the whole family would appreciate for family game and movie nights, hiking trips, and so much more.
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