The 7 Best Lunchbox Snacks

We asked nutritionists for healthy snacks we don't have to feel guilty about, then kids tried out their picks. These lunch-friendly foods received a unanimous "yummy!" REDBOOK.

Justin's Organic Single Serve Peanut Butter Cup Is there any better combo than milk chocolate and peanut butter? This version is so natural it feels virtuous. ($0.99 each; justins.com for stores)

Chobani Champions Tubes Low-fat Greek yogurt blended with real fruit in an irresistibly squeezable package. ($2.79 for 8; chobanichampions.com for stores)

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Earthbound Farm Dippin' Doubles The carrot and ranch-dip combo is perfectly portioned, and the creamy dip is made with wholesome ingredients. ($3.39 for 2; ebfarm.com for stores)

Little Duck Organics Freeze Dried Tiny Fruits Kids will pop these like candy; good thing there's nothing but fruit in there. ($3.99 each; littleduckorganics.com for stores)

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Sabra Classic Hummus with Pretzels The healthy dip packs 6 grams of protein per single-serve container. ($1.99 each; sabra.com for stores)

Enjoy Life Plentils Crunchy like chips but full of nutrition, thanks to the lentils. ($8.99 for 6 single-serve bags; enjoylifefoods.com)

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Pure Organic Bars Developed by a mom with help from her school-age daughter, this line of snack bars has quality ingredients such as dates and bananas. ($2.19 each; thepurebar.com)

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