being MVP: Cleverly Hidden Veggies in Sneaky Chef No-Nut Butter | Graham Banana Pops + #Giveaway

Cleverly Hidden Veggies in Sneaky Chef No-Nut Butter | Graham Banana Pops + #Giveaway

Disclosure: This is a partnered post with Sneaky Chef. All opinions are my own.

Do your kids eat their veggies? While both Kenzie and Mason were avid veggie eaters during the infant/toddler stage, they seem to be avoiding "green" foods recently. It's just the strangest thing but since they do enjoy spreads and dips of all kinds, I was excited to have them try the No-Nut Butters from The Sneaky Chef.


The Sneaky Chef® Creamy No-Nut Butter is made from naturally sweet and "nutty" tasting golden peas which means it's a great way to pack in the veggie nutrition for your kids. Moreover, it is all natural, nut-free and gluten-free so edible by those with food allergies and makes a great snack for nut-free school requirements.

The creamy texture makes it perfect for making the classic PB&J sandwiches for your kids (and you!) as well as dunking crackers in. My kids love any sort of dip as it makes snacking that much more fun.

The Sneaky Chef also offers free recipes so I decided to whip up a delicious after school treat with the Sneaky Chef No-Nut Butter and it was a hit - - Snacks on sticks are so fun to eat!


Sneaky No-Nut n' Graham Banana Pops

Ingredients

- 4 graham cracker sheets
- 2 tablespoons either: mini chocolate chips, granola or sprinkles (optional)
- 1 cup Sneaky Chef No-Nut Butter (Creamy)
- 4 large bananas, peeled and halved horizontally
- 8 ice cream sticks or craft sticks


Directions

> Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or foil.
> Place graham crackers in a plastic bag and using a rolling pin or your hands, gently crush crackers into coarse crumbs. *I actually put the graham crackers into the blender and in just a few seconds flat it was superfine. The kids actually love the "sandy" texture haha.

Add optional mini chocolate chips, granola or sprinkles. Pour onto a plate and set aside. *I'm going to have to pick up some sprinkles for next time!


> Place Sneaky Chef No-Nut Butter on another plate. Insert an ice cream stick into the cut end of each banana half. Dip banana halves into the No-Nut Butter until evenly coated, then roll in the graham crumb mixture. Place each banana on the prepared baking sheet and freeze for at least 30 minutes, then transfer to an airtight container or individual plastic zip-top bags.



If your child is a chocolate fan, try out the Sneaky Chef Chocolate No-Nut Butter - great spread on almost anything! It's great on toast in the morning with a few sliced bananas on top. The Sneaky Chef Grab & Go No-Nut Butter is awesome. It's the perfect single serving size and I can always toss a few in the diaper bag so that the kids can satisfy their hunger on the road (or the plane!). They will be Kenzie's go to snack with some fruit or crackers when she starts Kindergarten in less than 2 weeks. 

Are you looking for a great no-nut snack for your kids? Check out the Sneaky Chef No-Nut Butters today!




One Winner will Receive a Jar of No-Nut Butter, Chocolate No-Nut Butter and a Box of Grab & Go Cups!

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30 comments:

  1. I would love to give this to my daughter for school because she always has kids in her class with allergies so this would be perfect for her to bring!

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  2. I would love to try anything natural and peanut butter is always a fave with me.

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  3. I love that this is nut free, this would be for my granddaughter as she is allergic to nuts.

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  4. My kids are allergic to nuts, so I would be really interested in trying this product!

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  5. I love that it's got no nuts! I'd use this when making snacks for my son's class.

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  6. I think my kids would really like the Pasta Sauces.

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  7. I like that it is all Natural and nut free...my daughter can take it to school for lunch.
    Thank you!

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  8. I have such a hard time getting my toddler to eat veggies, although he likes talking about them! I am hoping he would like this, as he likes PB&Js. :)

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  9. I'd love to try those banana pops! My daughter would really like this.

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  10. I like that it is no nuts. I loved your banana pop recipe. What could be better, than taste of peanut butter banana. I'm an adult, and I still eat the sandwich.

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  11. My youngest is such a picky eater. This would be so great for her! I like the sneaky spaghetti and meatballs recipe

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  12. I would love to try the no nut butters. I have two children with peanut and tree nut allergies and these look like a wonderful alternative for them!

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  13. I'd love to give it a try for something different.

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  14. I'd like to try this as it's a good alternative to peanut butter and I believe my great niece and great nephew would love it also. There are alot of recipes and suggestions for how to incorporate this spread into meals on their site too :)

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  15. I'd like to try this in place of PB and I bet my dd would love it!

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  16. I love the recipe for Stovetop Lasagna, and my family would love it!

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  17. I would love to try this for my daughter!! She has peanut and tree nut allergies, and it can be difficult to find healthy lunch foods that are safe for her. I'd like to try doing a "PBJ" with this instead of peanut butter!

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  18. I like the Sneaky Chef Chocolate No-Nut Butter; we have family members that have allergies to nuts.

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  19. My son has a peanut allergy, so this would be great for him to try!

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  20. My daughter isn't a terribly picky eater just yet, but I'm always looking for healthier foods for the entire family. She's a huge nut butter fan and I think this would be one of her new favorite dips! Personally, I'd love to try it, too!

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  21. My Hubby and I would both enjoy this yummy product. We could eat a lot healthier...thanks!

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  22. My daughter has a friend with nut allergies, and my daughter is a big peanut butter fan so it is sometimes impossible to have her friend over if she has had nuts in her room. This would be a safe alternative snack for my daughter, and possibly her friend as well since they can't snack together often due to the other child's allergies (more than one).

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  23. Always have kids in and out of the house, so this type of thing would be perfect. im sure I would eat some too. I think this is a great idea for children with allergies!

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  24. I'd love to try their products since my kids don't like "healthy" foods. This would be great for my son & daughter. Lisa L tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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  25. My son is allergic to peanuts and milk. He has anaphylactic reactions to both. This would be wonderful for him. I hate when I find a "peanut free" spread that is processed in a facility with peanuts.

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  26. Stovetop lasagna sounds perfect for my family

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  27. I would love to try this for my nephew b/c he has an allergy to nuts.

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  28. My daughter has friends with food allergies so this would be nice for her & her friends to try

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  29. This sounds like a very interesting product and helpful for those who have food allergies.

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  30. This is a great idea! My kids can eat nuts though, so I would probably do a regular peanut butter version! Oooh and I bet nutella would be delicious on these as well! Thanks for the great snack idea!

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