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Owl Lunchbox Joke + Snack

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Snack Pack. All opinions are 100% mine.

With a house full of boys, I’m always looking for fun treats and snacks for my boys. One snack they all love is pudding cups! They are easy to serve in their individual portions, but opening up the top can be tricky for little hands. Snack Pack has redesigned their lid to be easier to open. This is great for when you want to pack a pudding cup into your child’s lunchbox and even to help them be more independent with their after school snack. Here’s how we like to enjoy our Snack Pack pudding cups!

owl snack 1

My boys love eating their pudding cups with a couple of nilla wafers on the side. You could also use graham crackers or anything else similar. They’ll dip their cookies in the pudding to eat their first few bites. It gives the yummy chocolate taste and makes it fun to eat using the cookie or cracker to scoop up the pudding. Then, when their cookies are gone, they grab their spoon to finish off the snack.

eating owl snack

The number one thing to know about boys is that they LOVE to eat. If you feed them, you have won over their hearts. But once their fed, the next best thing is being silly! They all love to tell me jokes and knock knock jokes are probably their favorite. I created this cute owl knock knock joke printable that you can sneak into a lunchbox to brighten your child’s day.

Owl Snack Pack

Just print it out and make a tape circle to stick on the back of the printable and then stick it to their snack pack for an extra fun treat! You can click here to download the free printable knock knock joke lunchbox note! These would be really fun as an April Fools classroom treat, too, with a joke attached to each child’s Snack Pack cup.

snack pack lids

Snack Pack is a yummy treat with real nonfat milk that is fortified with as much calcium as you will find in an 8-ounce cup of milk. All their varieties contain 30% DV of calcium except their Bakery Shop Lemon Meringue Pie, Lemon Pudding and Snack Pack Gels. They have no preservatives or high fructose corn syrup.


You can find Snack Pack in the baking aisle with their newly redesigned lids that make them easy to open. Look for the packs with the little blue label so you know you’ve found the new easy open lids!

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Rachel Ferrucci

Wednesday 28th of January 2015

Love the adding a joke idea. My kids always loved to snack on puddings and I didn't mind them either


Monday 26th of January 2015

How cute! I love the printable. What a nice way to make kids feel special.

nicole dz

Monday 26th of January 2015

Very cute idea adding a little joke! I like to sometimes add things like this into there lunchboxes for school.

ellen beck

Sunday 25th of January 2015

Ha! What boy doesnt love to eat? I think they are all stomach and legs! I like pudding cups for anacks they have calcium and are just the right size. I also llike the idea of adding nanilla wafers or graham crackers thats a nice snack.


Sunday 25th of January 2015

I used to go nuts for a Snack Pack in my lunchbox! What a cute printable joke too

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