So far I've been trying:
1. Frozen Yogurt tubes? You know those Stoneyfield Farms Yo-Go's or whatever? I freeze them and hand em out like treats. Especially on hot days when the car is 1400 degrees when we get in it. Otherwise they're good for a longer time because they just slowly melt.
2. Cheese- baby belles are a big hit
3. Triscuits and other whole grain crackers
4. NUTS! In a trail mix or just plain.
5. Small bags of popcorn
6. Rice cakes with nut butter in between them like sandwiches. My boys love those.
7. Cereal bars- some are better than others
8. Lara Bars (costco has them for a good price)
9. Squeezeable applesauce. Some brands have carrots and even things like peas in them.
One thing I do when I'm home is take one of those "condiments on ice" boxes. I fill the bottom with ice packs (we don't have an ice maker, but regular ice would be better) and then use the compartments to put in fruits, veggies, crackers, whatever. I take silicone cupcake wrappers and add nut butter or dressing. I leave it out all day, just replacing the ice and fruit when needed. It really encouraged the boys to snack healthy- control their portions, etc. I can show you a picture if you want.