I have been compensated by PediaSure for this post; however, I am sharing my own thoughts. All opinions are my own.
As a mom I am always wanting to make sure my kids are getting everything they need. When it comes to eating healthy, it can be really hard to get kids to do it. If your kids are like mine, then they can be quite picky when it comes to what they will eat.
That is why I am so glad to have PediaSure Sidekicks. These shakes come in 3 flavors: chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry. I love that they give extra nutrients to picky eaters so I don’t have to worry as much knowing my kids are getting that extra nutrition boost.
“PediaSure SideKicks is nutrition to help fill gaps.
Each shake is a source of 7g protein, 3g fiber*, and 25 essential vitamins and minerals for kids who are growing fine but missing key nutrients.
Available in three kid–approved flavors, PediaSure SideKicks come in reclosable bottles — perfect for kids on the go! They’re also gluten-free, kosher, and halal, and suitable for kids with lactose intolerance.‡”-PediaSure You can check out all the nutritional info here.
PediaSure Sidekicks are available at Walmart. It was so easy for my to find the PediaSure Sidekicks shakes at my local Walmart in the baby section of the store. We decided to try out chocolate but can’t wait to try vanilla and strawberry as well.
These shakes make a great after school snack or on the go snack. I like that they are in single servings and something I can grab quickly for the kids. And they don’t have to be refrigerated (until after they are opened) but I think they taste better cold.
Of course I had to try these shakes myself to see if they were good and I really like them. Maybe it is because I am pregnant, but I wanted to drink the whole thing! My baby likes them already 😉 These shakes are definitely a great way to get your kids the extra nutrition they need.
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PediaSure Sidekicks are available at Walmart.
* Contains 5 grams of total fat per serving.
‡ Not for children with galactosemia.