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After School Snack Board Idea with Walmart Online Grocery Service

This post is sponsored by Walmart.

After School Snack Board Idea // Dairy Free, Nut Free Allergy Friendly
School is back in session and that means I am prepping those after school snacks on the daily! The good news is that Walmart online grocery service has been a serious lifesaver and a gamechanger and I am not exaggerating, not one bit!

I prepared this trendy & easy snack-board using items that were delivered to my doorstop—even the cutting board, cookie cutters and dip bowls!—and it only took minutes to order.

I especially love that I can find so many dairy free/allergy-friendly foods and specialty items at Walmart (my daughter has food allergies); I can easily search for the brands she loves and check labels, all from the comfort of my phone or computer. It's amazing.

After School Snack Board Idea // Dairy Free, Nut Free Allergy Friendly

Here's what's on the snack board:

+ Skinny Pop Popcorn
+ Marketside Hummus
+ Fresh Strawberries
+ Fresh Cherries
+ Fresh Cucumber
+ Follow Your Heart Vegan Cheese (cut into fun shapes with cookie cutters!)
+ Enjoy Life Snickerdoodle Cookies
+ So Delicious Coconut Yogurt
+ Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips (sprinkle into yogurt)

If you haven't tried Walmart Online Grocery Service Pickup or Delivery yet, now is a great time to do so!

New customers can use promo code TRIPLE10 to save $10 off their first three pickup or delivery orders. $50 min. Restrictions & fees apply.

Try creating a snack board with the latest items now and save time using Walmart pickup or delivery today.

What a practical, thoughtful post! These are excellent ideas. I love how you cover a variety of issues your readers wish to know -- always classy, but on a budget!
#1 chacha on 2022-09-04 15:35 (Reply)
You're so kind, thank you!
#1.1 Dianna Baros on 2022-09-05 13:40 (Reply)
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