Bagel Bites for Simple Snacking12:30 PM
First, they were easy to make. You can microwave them or bake them in the oven. Not surprisingly, the kids and I preferred them in the oven. The cheese melted more evenly, and the bagels were crisper this way. However, if I were leaving my daughter home to watch the kids and needed her to cook, I might feel more comfortable with her using the microwave, so this is a good option.
Here is a typical snack with the Bagel Bites.
They come in 2 servings per box, but my younger kids could split a box three ways (3 each.) I tend to like my pizza on a thin crust, but they weren't bad. I could see these as a quick and simple snack for the family or served with fruit and veggies for a light lunch that wouldn't require a lot of cleanup.
There is another reason to try Bagel Bites, however, and it's their initiative to help families with simple snacking! As part of the campaign, they are giving $1 to Boys and Girls Clubs of America for every pledge made (up to $50K). You can pledge to Keep it Simple, Keep It Tasty, and Keep it Fun by visiting the official page!
Have you tried Bagel Bites? How would you use them to keep snacking simple at your home?
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*I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Bagel Bites and received coupons and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.