This post is brought to you by StarKist and The Motherhood. All opinions are my own.
Thinking about and packing my kids’ school lunches used to really stress me out. It’s something that I would think about the night before and sometimes dread in the morning because I have the pickiest eaters. If there is one thing that my kids love though, it is TUNA! In fact, they would eat a tuna sandwich every day for lunch if they could. We can eat regular tuna by itself but we also love Tuna with a kick, sometimes mixing in pickles, egg, mayonnaise and some spices. Needless to say, I was very excited to find the new StarKist Tuna and Salmon Creations pouches on our grocery store shelves!
My kids rarely eat any other types of meats, so to know that these pouches contain 13g – 18g of lean protein makes me feel good that they’re getting some much-needed protein.
StarKist Tuna, Chicken and Salmon Creations pouches offer a delicious lean meal any time, anywhere with no draining required. Just tear, eat and go. Perfect to take with us on our Cub Scouting trips too!
My girls’ favorites so far are the Tuna Creations Lemon Pepper and my personal favorite is the Salmon Creations Mango Chipotle. StarKist Creations single-serve pouches come in 23 different and exciting flavors! From packing my kids’ lunches to easy meal prep or a healthy snack on the run, these StarKist Creations pouches are super convenient. Add to a salad, pair with a favorite veggie or enjoy straight out of the pouch.
All the flavors are available at a retailer near you or check out their new e-store at buy.starkist.com where you can mix and match and ship them directly to your home.
StarKist’s current line of deliciously seasoned Tuna, Salmon and Chicken Creations include a variety of flavor options that complement a variety of meals and support the recommended two servings (8 oz.) of seafood weekly.
Consumers can satisfy any kind of craving, as StarKist has a portfolio of 23 flavors.
Visit buy.starkist.com to learn more about the brand, its products and to explore StarKist-developed recipes.