So GMO foods? Not really my thing.
A lot of people feel the same way, so October is national month to consciously avoid GMOs! It's really not as hard as you might imagine - it doesn't mean you have to go all organic or you can only eat hemp seed shakes and fruit salad (as yummy as those both are).
It's also not difficult to get kids on board! There are lots of delicious non-GMO snack foods, if you look for them. I really like Mary's Gone Crackers Love Cookies!
They come in four flavors, of which I've tried (and loved) the chocolate chip and the double chocolate cookies.
I know, right. I've tried the two chocolate ones - big surprise.
For those who don't like chocolate (how is that a thing?) there are the n'oatmeal raisin and the gingersnap cookies! Why N'oatmeal? These cookies, all four flavors, are gluten-free, vegan, dairy-free, nut-free, and GMO-free.
They're healthy, lunchbox-friendly, allergy-friendly, and delicious!
The cookies are made with superfoods, like chia seeds, quinoa flakes, a whole grain gluten free flour blend, and coconut palm sugar.
They're crunchy cookies that are the perfect amount of sweet and both of the chocolate cookie flavors (even the chocolate chip) are very, very chocolatey.
I love it! They're also buttery-tasting, even though they're vegan, and crisp, even though they're gluten-free.
Mary's Gone Crackers did a great job with these! I give them a thumbs up and would definitely include them in C's lunchbox as a healthy non-GMO treat that she can take with to her nut-free cafeteria without worry. Yum and yay!
How are you celebrating National Non-GMO Month?
Do you pay attention to GMOs in your foods?
Are you concerned about GMOs?