Theory: having healthy snacks readily available will deter unhealthy snacking at work. Putting this theory to test, I ordered a Bunny James organic snack box to stock my office snack supply.
My son immediately wanted to try all of my office snacks. “Mommy,” he cajoled, “We can make a YouTube video!” (Thomas, 8, has his own YouTube channel with 15 subscribers.) Child knows his way to a mom blogger’s heart: content. I agreed. I think we can agree the video is pure gold:
I know I’m his mother so this will seem biased, but he’s a natural on camera, right? And so handsome and smart and funny? Right? Just me? I didn’t think so.
Here are the two snacks he liked best, which are perfect for school lunches.
Favorite Organic Snacks
Crunchy, salty, and a definite yes for the office snack drawer.
Thomas says: “delicious” but I ate the rest of the bag.
Kid friendly ✅ Thomas rated, “delicious” – I did not get a chance to try them, since they were gone in a flash. I ordered a bag so I can sneak at least one into my work tote and the rest into his lunchbox.
“Making healthy food options conveniently available and improving snacking habits worldwide” – Bunny James Boxes
I searched Amazon for organic snacks, and discovered the sampler box. I thought a sampler box would be a better option to stock the pantry than ordering random full-size snacks from Amazon’s gourmet shop.
Bunny James premium snack boxes are available on Amazon – options include organic, keto, paleo, sweet, savory, and samplers. These make excellent gifts – or, if you’re like me, a variety of snacks for the office.
Pricing starts around $30 for a small box. The box I tried was around $40, and had 20 snacks packed in a nice box with pretty packaging.
Pros and Cons
This is a great way to try a variety of new snacks or send a great gift (so much more practical than a flower arrangement!), but may not be something to order frequently.
Check them out – and if you order one, I’d love to know your favorite snacks!
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