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    I agree! But yep he loves them - they are the only dried fruit he has really only had regularly since he was like 18 months so he knows no different! My SIL puts them in her juices and smoothies so you cant really taste them when they are blended!
    I've just recently discovered dark chocolate coated Gojis and they are very yummy - not something I'd give DS regularly but DH and I love them!

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    It feels impossible to make good choices all the time!! DD has had one or two of those at times, but her usual snacks are yoghurt, carrot, cucumber, cheese, and fruit (which I prefer to limit to 1-2 pieces per day). She gets far more enthusiastic about cucumber than any packaged snacks, she would eat cucumber all day if I let her!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    I agree! But yep he loves them - they are the only dried fruit he has really only had regularly since he was like 18 months so he knows no different! My SIL puts them in her juices and smoothies so you cant really taste them when they are blended!
    I've just recently discovered dark chocolate coated Gojis and they are very yummy - not something I'd give DS regularly but DH and I love them!
    I got these this week after you posted in the other thread about them and the kids LOVE THEM!

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    I buy the vegie chips, i doubt they are 'healthy' but they dont seem to have additives or MSG.

    I remember giving my son those Rice wheels when he was about 3yo and it turned him feral, there is something not good in that rice wheel flavouring despite it being labelled as a health food so i haven't brought them since.
    Id prefer to give him a plain marie or arrowroot biscuit as a treat.

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    I love dried gojis but they do have an acquired after taste. DS calls them pink sultanas. I usually put a few in a smoothie. Will have to try the choc covered ones!


 

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