Happy Times Organic Superfoods Kid Snack Review

I recently reviewed Happy Times Kid Snacks along with my four year old son. Happy Times is one of the newest lines of Happy Family Organic Superfoods.  Being that my son is four he has already been exposed to various chips and gummy fruit snacks.  This being said, I knew it was going to take a little coaxing in order for him to even give these new snacks a try.  He is so curious about everything so of course he was looking over the fine print (the pictures that is) on the packaging.  As soon as he saw the picture of the veggies he said he  didn’t want to try them.  I asked him to just try one and if he didn’t like it, I wouldn’t make him eat anymore.

There are five variety of Happy Times snacks.  The first one he tried was the crazy crunchies, which are freeze-dried carrot and apple bits.  When Devin first saw them and tasted them, he said “mommy they made a mistake these aren’t carrots.”

I beg to differ, Happy Family definitely did something right.  They made a snack that not only tastes good but is good for you.  After Devin was done eating his new snacks he said they were goodie goodie and his favorite.  Happy Times snacks are free of artificial ingredients, preservatives, transfats and GMOs.  Another great thing about these snacks is that they are packaged perfectly for lunchbox snacks or for times when you are on the go.

Want your child to try these healthy snacks?  Well, so does Happy Family and they are giving one lucky Mushy Mamma reader a chance to try out all 5 snacks for free. ($25 Value)

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Happy Family products can be found at Whole Foods, Target, Walmart and other local grocery stores.  Click here to find a location near you.

Disclaimer: I was provided free product in order to write this review.  All words and opinions are my own.

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My children's favorite snack are GRAPES!! WE love them in our house!

Katherine G
Katherine G

Sounds like something my kids might give a try.