Snacking is one of the best ways to keep your children occupied while out boating, especially if they get bored easily. It’s also a great way to ensure that everyone stays happy and agreeable while you’re boating. In today’s blog, we’ll be covering some fun snacks you can bring out to our boat club to ensure while you’re on Lake Lanier. In Keep The Kids Entertained While Boating, we mentioned that you should take snacks while you’re boating on Lake Lanier. Snacks will keep the kids occupied and full so no one gets hangry. If you’d like to enjoy going boating on Lake Lanier, then take the time to become a member at Freedom Boat Club. All you need to do is contact us and we’ll answer any questions that you may have about our boat club. What’s neat about becoming a member with us is that you have access to all of the Freedom Boat Clubs in the entire nation.

Five Kids Snacks To Enjoy While Boating

Snacks are a great way to keep anyone happy. As a parent, you probably know that snacks are a great way to keep your children occupied and happy. Even for adults, snacking will help to keep people happy and much more agreeable, especially if you’re on a boat for a long amount of time. Below are a few examples of snacks that you and your family can enjoy while boating. If you’d like a few more examples, then read Snacks To Bring Boating.

No Bake Granola Bars

Granola bars can be packed with sugar these days, which is why it can be a more beneficial option to make them yourself. While there are a variety of ways that you can make granola bars, no bake ones are easily and chock-full of nutrients and vitamins. You can decide to put dried fruit, dark chocolate, or nuts in your granola bars. You’ll save money and keep your kids healthy with this snack option.

Chex Mix

A classic option that every parent can put together easily. What’s great about chex mix is how easily you can put it together and how you can make several different ones. For example, you can make a more savory chex mix or one that’s a bit more sweet. Just throw together a bunch of things that go great together such as dried fruit, granola, chex, M&Ms, and so many other little things that will keep your kids occupied and full while out boating.

Oatmeal Peanut Butter Energy Bites

One of the items that everyone can enjoy while you’re boating are oatmeal peanut butter energy bites. You can purchase these or make them yourself. What’s neat about these are that they’ll eliminate that sweet tooth craving while still being a healthy option. This item is obviously better for those who do eat peanut butter and are not allergic. Energizing and enjoyable to eat, these oatmeal peanut butter bites have flaxseed, honey, dark chocolate, and oatmeal in them. To make these an even better choice, you can also make them easily.

Baked Sweet Potato Fries

French fries can be very unhealthy if you use certain oils to fry them, however, if you decide to go with baking, you can get a healthier fry. French fries are a delicious option for everyone because they are delicious and when you bake them, nutritious. Baked sweet potato fries can be a great option because they are like real fries, but much healthier. Soft, yummy, and healthier, sweet potato fries will keep your child full and growing.

Parmesan Cheese Straws

The last option we have on our healthy children’s snacks list are parmesan cheese fries. Not only are they fun and easy to make, but they are also cheesy, which is a bonus for kids and adults. These cheese fries are loved by kids and adults because they are delicious and nutritious. They are also fun to eat, which is why kids tend to be so drawn to them. While adults like them because they are a healthier option. You can choose to make these or you can purchase them.

We hope that these snack ideas have helped you know what to pack for your boating adventure. For more information about our boat club, don’t hesitate to reach out.