Snacking is fun for both kids and adults. Snikiddy makes a wide variety of snacks that are perfect for sending to school in lunch boxes or for mid-morning or mid-afternoon snacks. In addition to the Baked Fries and Cheese Puffs, Snikiddy now offers a baked vegetable chip called “Eat Your Vegetables” that offers a full serving of vegetables in every serving (approximately 1 ounce or 13 chips.)
Eat Your Vegetables chips come in four different varieties:
- Sea Salt
- Sour Cream & Onion
- Jalapeno Ranch
- Italian Herb & Olive Oil
We had the opportunity to sample all four of the new chips and we loved them all! I couldn’t believe that even the pickiest members of my household (everyone but me) were digging into these chips!
The Baked Fries come in seven different varieties:
- Cheddar Cheese
- Sea Salt
- Original Seasoning
- Classic Ketchup
- Bold Buffalo
- Southwest Cheddar
The Cheese Puffs come in two different varieties:
- Grilled Cheese
- Mac ‘n Cheese
More about Snikiddy and their products:
Founded in late 2006 by Mary Schulman and her mother, Snikiddy® creates products for families actively looking for healthier foods that satisfy their snack cravings. The Snikiddy brand is a portfolio of better for you snacks that are simple, wholesome real products for families. So dig in, it’s all good.
Where did the name come from? Snikiddy® is a shortened (and let’s face it, easier to say) form of the word persnickety, which means choosy or picky. Growing up, Janet (Mary’s mom) and her siblings were known around school as the Snikiddy kids (a badge they wore proudly) because they always ate healthy lunches. Their mom (Grandma), ahead of her time with her passion for good health, would pack their lunch boxes full of locally grown produce and very simple foods. A teacher once referred to them as being persnickety and the kids’ version of the word (snikiddy) stuck.
**The products mentioned in this post were sent to me for review purposes. The thoughts and opinions shared here are mine and have not been influenced by anyone or anything.