5 Reasons I am Eating Bitsy's Brainfood Right Now. Literally.

5 Reasons I am Eating Bitsy's Brainfood Right Now. Literally.

Have you seen Bitsy's Brainfood Smart Cookies?

The Orange, Chocolate Beet cookies are my favorite, but it's a close call between that flavor and the Sweet Potato Oatmeal Raisin. Have the flavors enticed you yet?! 

Here are 5 Reasons Why I am Eating Bitsy's Brainfood Smart Cookies Right Now. As in, literally right now, as I write this post.  

1. They Taste Great. 

2. They Are Nut Free, and Don't Look Like Traditional Cookies. Why is this Important? 

Being that Grey has a peanut allergy, I really try to avoid giving him baked goods. It's too confusing for him. Think about this: 

"These chocolate cookies are okay, but these over here are not." 

"This cupcake is safe for you, but don't accidentally put this one in your mouth at your friend's birthday party. "

Talk about CONFUSING to a three year old! 

So instead, we rule out most baked goods. And thanks to Bitsy's cookies, he can still have a sweet treat that he enjoys and is easy to identify as safe.  

3. Bitsy Products are Sold at Target.

Need I say more? As if you needed an excuse to go to Target. 

4. They Make Creative Name Tags for Party Decor. 

5. The Founders of Bitsy's are Two Moms that Keep Nutrition Facts Real with Their Kids. 

Here is a passage from their site that I adore:

"We even decided to ante up and be honest with the kids.  Yes, Virginia: there are fruits and vegetables in your brightly colored, character covered pouch.  Because the fact is – certain foods are smarter than others, and kids are smart, too.  So we’re not feeding them carrots then calling it car-amel.  Carrots are cool.  You dig?"

I LOVE that they are not afraid to say the word vegetable, and help instill healthy habits from the start. 

Have you tried these? What do you think? Comment below. 

See here we used Bitsy's Brainfood products for our peanut-free Halloween party last October! 

 

 

 

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