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27 Snacks You Can Get On Amazon That Your Kids Will Absolutely Love

Healthy, not-so-healthy, vegan, gluten-free, allergy-friendly — all equally delicious.

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1. Non-fried potato chips that are just as flavorful as the regular kind.,

Promising review: "This is such a great buy! I love that it's a variety pack. I can't find these in the supermarket. I buy them because we have so many people who come into the house who need to be gluten free, plus my kids love them for snacks!" —EllenM

Price: $20.89 for a box of 24 bags

2. Organic popcorn for a healthy movie night snack.

Promising review: "I normally do not buy popcorn, as I don't care for it myself. My kids have been bugging me to buy some to go with their Redox rentals, but I generally steer clear of GMOs, and most popcorn at our local grocery is GMO loaded. I do, though, buy the organic kernels from Trader Joes, but it requires more work on my part. Not lazy — just a busy momma with four kids! So, I set out to find some good quality popcorn. Came across this brand and went off the reviews. My kids LOVED it! I mean LOVED it! They said it was the best popcorn they had ever had." —4kids+3dogs

Price: $5.01 for one box

3. Almond butter biscuits the whole family will go nuts for.

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Promising review: "Our kids love these healthy snacks as much as, or more than, other cookies." —Becken Family

Price: $24.75 for a pack of 30 pouches


4. Fruit snacks that taste like gummies... but are better for you.

Promising review: "My children are obsessed with these. I know they are basically candy and have little nutritional value, but my kids will do just about anything for a little bag of them (put on their shoes and get in the car!). These are handy to keep in your purse for bribery — I mean incentives — on the go. They are quite tasty!" —CZG

Price: $14.92 for a box of 24 pouches (four assorted flavors: Berry Patch, Summer Strawberry, Sunny Citrus, Tropical Treat)

5. A variety pack of cookies and crackers so snack time is never boring.

Promising review: "My kids love the Austin-Cookies and Crackers Variety Pack. It gives them such a variety of choices for snack time. Each package is individually wrapped for freshness. The value of the 45 pack was about the same as in stores. They arrived on time and were fresh and in date." —Ellen M. Ladd

Price: $9.40 for a box of 45 individual packages

6. A sweet treat you won't be ~pudding~ down anytime soon.

Promising review: "This is perfect for my eight-year-old son and I. He loves his vanilla, and I'm a chocolate fiend! It's a good snack that's not too high in calories and fat. I also got it at a good price and didn't have to leave my house! You just can't beat that deal!" —Lyn

Price: $2.92 for a pack of 12 (six chocolate and six vanilla)

7. A box of gluten-free sandwich crackers that are super tasty. / Via Facebook: LanceSnacks

Promising review: "I have three kids with Celiac who really enjoy these. As someone who can eat gluten, I am constantly on a quest to find products to replace things my kids don't have the ability to eat normally. Like many gluten-free products, the texture is a little different, but these are about as close to the original PB cracker as you are going to find." —Marc B Margolis

Price: $13.49 for four boxes (two cheese and two peanut butter)


8. Coconut chips to nibble on at any time.,

Promising review: "These are amazing. I've never even really liked coconut, but these are incredibly delicious and addictive! My kids love them also!" —Bliss Pastry

Price: $18.04 for a pack of 12

9. A snack bar that's ~un-fig-ettably~ good.

Promising review: "I have young kids who are notoriously picky about what they will eat. It's hard to find yummy, filling treats that aren't made with a bunch of junk. All my kids will eat these. The blueberry and the strawberry flavors are their favorites. They make an easy, filling breakfast on busy mornings. I was buying these from Kroger in the regular retail box, but these large boxes are a much better deal." —ActionJem

Price: $4.54 for a box of 12

10. A variety pack of soft cookies for kids (and adults) who have several food allergies.,

They're gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, and soy-free.

Promising review: "I have two boys, and my oldest son has several food allergies. When we first discovered all the different allergies, I was at a loss, and it was difficult to find any 'fun' things for him to eat. These cookies have been a dream come true; they are soft, delicious, and a nice small size for little hands. I have these cookies on my Prime Subscribe and Save — and we go through them all in a month! As soon as they arrive, the kids tear open the box. They are very picky kids but love all the flavors. I am not a huge sweets person, but my husband also loves these soft cookies and will eat them, even though he does not have any dietary restrictions. He is a big fan of the chocolate chip, and that is a favorite of the kids as well." —Tech Mom

Price: $20.25 for a pack of six boxes (four flavors: two boxes of double chocolate and snickerdoodle, one box of chocolate chip and gingerbread spice)

11. A bag of ~taro-bly~ addictive (and colorful) veggie chips. / Via

Promising review: "After tasting a few, the kids each wanted a bag to snack on for themselves. It is very addicting and a healthier snack for the kids compared to Doritos or Cheetos. It is a great small snack to take along in a purse or for a quick after-school snack. I purchased the small bags for a healthy snack to eat while shuttling my kids to their afternoon sports, but once the kids had a taste of the Terra chips, they would beg to eat my chips, too." —Hawaiian Shutterbug

Price: $17.09 for a pack of 24


13. A box of Pocky sticks for the perfect treat to share.,

Promising review: "Perfect! Yummy! Kids love it. The package came perfectly. No broken sticks and nothing melted." —H. C.

Price: $13.22 for a pack of 10

14. Fruit strips that are basically a healthier version of Fruit Roll-Ups.

Promising review: "My kids actually like these! I ordered these when they came up on a deal. I didn't want to spend a lot since my kids are super picky eaters. My boys loved these. When they arrived, I was having a large play date at my house, and as soon as I opened the box to put them in my snack drawer, the kids pounced on them. Every single child loved them." —carrie

Price: $18.04 for a pack of 48

15. A bag of assorted Japanese snacks for trying out new flavors.

Promising review: "This was such a great hit! The kids love tasting all the different snacks. There wasn't one snack that was a duplicate either." —Amanda Rose

Price: $15.99 for a bag of 34 items


16. Dill and sour cream flavored lentil chips that are vegan-friendly.

Promising review: "These are so good! The kids and I are allergic to dairy and gluten, so we had sadly given up all our favorite flavors of chips that contained dairy. When my daughter found these at Whole Foods and showed them to me, I told her we couldn't have them because of the sour cream, but she told me to read the package. NO DAIRY! Woohoo! And they taste wonderful. We love all the flavors." —C. Wollin

Price: $22.79 for a pack of 24

17. A ~mango-nificent~ dried fruit snack with no sugar added!,

Promising review: "My kids love these snacks, and I love that they are organic and good for them. These small packs are perfect for keeping in the car for long rides. I even stashed some in my purse for a snack emergency. These snacks are mess-free, which any parent knows counts as a win! I am all for dehydrating fresh fruit, but this is an excellent substitute for a busy lifestyle." —Kelsey Steensen

Price: $19.86 for a pack of 10

18. A box of chewy chocolate bars (gluten-free) to be enjoyed on their own or sprinkled over a parfait.

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Promising review: "One of the few granola bars that the kids (three and six) will devour. They'll eat three at a time if I let them. Love that they're dairy free and gluten-free, so I can enjoy them too!" —Jacqueline Fisch

Price: $19.67 for a pack of six boxes

19. A handful of Goldfish crackers that always make a ~fin-tastic~ snack.

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Promising review: "My kids are obsessed with these goldfish crackers! They are always bugging me to get them when we go shopping. Purchasing these on Prime Pantry was like going to a wholesale store — the box is huge! The cheddar ones are great to snack on or add to your chili. They are great to pack in lunches for school, field trips, road trips, play dates and are just a great snack for all ages." —Byronious Maximus Primus

Price: $9.98 for a box of 30 pouches


20. A variety mix of snack time classics perfect for larger play dates.

Promising review: "Purchased at a great price. All of my kid's favorites. Perfect for summer snacking and taking on the go. Will buy again." —Julie

Price: $8.99 for a box of 30 bags

21. Diced fruit cups that are just ~peachy~.

Promising review: "Considering what kids eat, it is nice to be able to deliver a semi-healthy treat. They love it and it never goes to waste." —david gardner

Price: $6.63 for a pack of 16 cups (eight diced peaches and eight mixed fruits)

22. Baked cheese puffs your kids will be hooked on.,

Promising review: "My daughter loves these things. It's more healthy than regular cheese puffs, so it's a win-win for the both of us." —Brad

Price: $37 for a pack of 60


24. Roasted organic seaweed for a healthy and delicious pick-me-up.,

Promising review: "These taste great. The kids go through so many that we're now ordering them by the case." —Josh

Price: $13.02 for a pack of 12

26. A box of vegan cheese squares — you won't find anything ~cheddar~ than this. / Via

Promising review: "These crackers are so delicious! My kids love these plain and also with a dab of peanut butter between two of them, making little cracker sandwiches. They aren't available in any of the stores in our area, so I appreciate that my vegan family is able to enjoy them thanks to Amazon!" —boymom24

Price: $32.79 for a pack of six boxes

27. A nut-less trail mix that would probably make a nice salad topping as well.,

Free-From: gluten, wheat, dairy, peanuts, tree nuts, egg, soy, fish, and shellfish.

Promising review: "My kid is peanut/oat allergic, and it's so hard to find any seeds that are not processed with shared equipment. This does the job and tastes good on its own and added to other foods. So far I've made yummy muffins, my own version of granola bars, and added this as a brownie topping. Adds the chew that I was looking for." —Michael McCann

Price: $20.89 for a pack of 24