Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Granola Bars-just a few ingredients in these simple-to-make bars will give you the energy to get through the day!
I can’t believe it’s almost school time again. My kids go back August 3. Where does the summer go?
We’re so excited for kids to get out of school, then a week or 2 later, we’re ready for them to go back. Then when we realize it’s time to go back, we’re not ready.
My kids are ready (or they will be once we finish school shopping.) They miss their friends, the teachers and all the extra activity.
My middle child, Cassie, is already doing band camp. I drop her off at 7:15 am to catch the bus to the high school, then don’t pick her back up until 4:30. These are the “short” days. Once school starts, it’s out of the house by 6am and home around 6pm. Too long in my opinion but that’s a conversation for another day.
My kids like to take a sack lunch, even if they are buying lunch at school. Part of it will get eaten on the ride to school, some between classes (hidden behind a locker door), and if there’s anything left, it’ll get eaten between school and after-school practice.
This is a typical lunch for my kids. Mostly healthy. A sandwich, some fruit, carrot or celery sticks, a yogurt, something sweet like these granola bars, water (we partially freeze the water so it acts as an ice pack as well as a drink) and Shamrock Farms Chocolate on-the-go mmmmilk.
It looks like a lot but not for a 12-hour day. And some of it might be shared with friends. Except the chocolate milk. My kids won’t part with it. My kids can never get enough milk so being able to pack these handy on-the-go bottles makes life easy.
Shamrock Farms mmmmilk is reduced fat and provides 25% of the daily recommended value of protein. Perfect to pair with Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Granola Bars, providing that boost of energy to get my kids through the day.
I like to cut my bars into rectangles instead of squares. There’s just something fun about it. And they’re easier to eat. Less crumbs.
Perfect for lunch or a snack.
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Want more great snacks to pack for lunch?
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