Got a Minute? Pack a Snack With Kellogg’s!

Today is day 1 of 30 Tips for a Great Start with Team Kellogg’s!  Kellogg’s cereals have been a staple in our house ever since I was a kid.   If you read my post last week, then you know – I actually grew up near Battle Creek, so we’re “Team Kellogg’s” all the way. ;) Anyway – I’m really happy to be kicking off the Tips for a Great Start series today.  I’ll be sharing a few tips we employ in our hectic household using our favorite cereals with you in the coming weeks – so stay tuned!

Today’s tip comes with a fun little challenge: how many healthy snacks can you pack for your family in a minute? 

Let’s face it – we’re all racing the clock getting our kids (and ourselves… and maybe our husbands) ready in the morning.  So that means there’s really only just a minute to pack a snack.  And whether you make it a one-minute challenge or not, packing up snacks in advance is a huge time-saver!

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I love having Kellogg’s Frosted Mini-Wheats when I get hungry mid-morning – I actually like them more without milk than in the bowl!  They are a much better alternative than anything out of the office vending machine, and it only takes a few seconds to put a serving in a baggie or bowl to take with me to the office.

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Moms also know, hungry kids do NOT love shopping, banking, recycling, or any of the other stops you have to race around making.  Packing a snack just in case is like insurance to get things done! I get out the cereal boxes and pack up a bunch at a time, and store them in in the pantry in a plastic bin.

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It literally takes just seconds to grab one for my purse, for the diaper bag, or even as a mid-morning snack around the house. Raya is allowed to help herself to ONE bag – which also helps avoid potentially messy situations like this:

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Don’t think I don’t see you under the table, little miss!

Keeping things quick and easy helps the whole morning start off on a more productive note (and I don’t have to tell other moms how great that feels).  For more Tips for a Great Start with Team Kellogg’s, just visit – and be on the lookout for more tips with Kellogg’s cereals right here!


Kellogg’s® believes that From Great Starts Comes Great Things. So we’re helping Moms start every day with a tip from the top athletes of Team Kellogg’s and Team USA dieticians. The thirty days leading up to the Opening Ceremony at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games will each feature a fun piece of advice to help families stay fuel just like the like the athletes of Team Kellogg’s™. To see all 30 tips, visit

Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Kellogg’s via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Kellogg’s.

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  1. says

    What an easy and healthy snack idea! Thanks for sharing it. I think I already have those same boxes of K’s products in my pantry. laurie

  2. says

    I totally need to do this. I never think I have enough time to pack something healthier and end up going with something not so healthy!

  3. says

    Adrianne, I used to do the same thing with my kiddos when they were little! These are great for trips to the park, the zoo, oh…everywhere!

  4. says

    Yeeesssss to the Fruit Loops and Mini Wheats. I love Mini Wheats so much. They were always my “Camping cereal” that I would choose before we went on a family trip.

    (That’s a great snack idea for lunches. Mr. Suburble is brown-bagging it now!)

  5. says

    Let me guess… the entire top of that cereal box got ripped of in the name of getting to the cereal in spy mode??! Makes me smile- gotta love nostalgic things that warm the heart, be they cereal or whatever else :)

  6. says

    Ohhhh I love that you have a bin of them ready to go for Raya to grab on her own! I can’t tell you how many times one of the kids has gone to grab a box of cereal and dropped it or knocked another one over and made a HUGE mess. I really should have thought of a better solution, than grumbling every time I have have sweep up the cereal mess, on my own. lol

    I’m off to make some baggies up for the kiddies snacks! :)

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