Pros: these products are allergen-free and safe for school, and just like Made Good, they contain one serving of fruits and vegetables! The Krispy Treats were delicious, the Kids Bars were really good, and my kids loved all of them. Cons: they are pretty small, quite sweet, and not very filling. Also, the bottom of the bars is coated with chocolate, which can definitely be a pro but will make a mess on your kids’ hands. Overall, however, I like them so much that I placed a second order. HEB started carrying them, so I’ll have to see what I can get in person next time, but you get free delivery from the website with an order over $40.
I bought Stealth Health – Lunches Kids Love last year because it was well-rated, but ended up resenting it because it looks like a vehicle the author uses to sell her Origami Wraps, which are essentially a sheet of fruit/vegetable leather used instead of nori or a tortilla. I caved and bought the carrot ginger flavor and, I mean, it’s not bad, the Little Prince actually liked it, but it seems like a big expense for lunches. Unless being low-carb and veg-full is that important to you.
I also tried all 3 flavors of the new Dino Bars. They’re made with all healthful ingredients and wrapped in potato-starch-based edible paper so that kids’ hands don’t get sticky. Sounds great, but… we all pretty much hated them. I offloaded the leftovers (intact wrapped bars, of course) in the bowl we set out in our driveway for Halloween, along with candy, and they were taken off my hands.