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Once your child is finally old enough and you decide to begin participating in soccer season, you learn pretty quickly how to become a soccer mom with the mostest and take along all the best necessities to make your soccer day go as smoothly as possible.
Even though I make sure to bring enough for my own children, our soccer club is organized so that each mom volunteers to make the snack bags for all the kids on a particular date. Contents are almost always a bottle of water accompanied by some fruit or crackers. My turn is coming up, so I’ve been on the lookout for what I’d bring since I have to prepare 8 of them. The last time I was at Walmart, I found the RITZ Bits Cracker Sandwiches which I thought would make a perfect snack to offer. The 20oz 8 pack of POWERADE® is on rollback and there’s another convenient coupon on neck hangers to save $1.50 on NABISCO 20-pack Multipack as well as a coupon sticker on boxes of Nabisco snack packs. Get a savings of .75 when you purchase a 12-pack or larger NABISCO Multipack, so be on the lookout for that…
My kids love little snack boxes of raisins and fresh fruit, so I decided that orange slices make a good addition to the RITZ crackers and POWERADE®. Now it’s all about packaging it up and making it easy for the kids to eat and dispose of. Here’s how I put these bags together:
- Slice oranges into sections & place them in a plastic sandwich bag
- Add in a bag of RITZ Bits Cracker Sandwiches
- Add in a small box of raisins
- Add in the POWERADE®
It’s great to be that hero mom who brings the goods – especially when hunger strikes! Even thought my purpose was to bring snacks for the kids, I enjoy watching the game with a snack to munch on for myself as well. What kind of snacks do you prepare to be the MVP soccer mom?
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