By Isabella Brooks
1.) Coffee (Iced or Hot)
Coffee is a great way to get you up and moving in the morning. There is an option to get coffee at the coffee bar outside of the cafeteria.
2.) Granola Bars
Granola Bars are an all-around easy snack because it is all together and rarely messy. Also, they have health benefits which are important if you are in school.
Goldfish are very portable and small so they are the perfect little snack. If you have allergies, they are a good alternative and they are pretty clean.
Smoothies are also a great way to start your day and they will fill you up. And they’re good for you so that is a major plus.
Pretzels are very teacher-friendly because they’re clean and you don’t get all the residue on anything else in the classroom.
Fruit is an easy option because there is pretty much a fruit for anyone. Also, it is very healthy and will provide you with energy for the long school day.
Popcorn is easy to pack and even easier to pull out in class. Popcorn is easy but it can be messy and you may want to watch which class you eat it in.
You cannot go wrong with candy. Whatever candy you get will be easy to have in class, especially if it is little candy.
9.) Fruit Snacks
Fruit snacks is another one of those foods that are just so portable and easy that it is a must-have back-to-school item.
Gum is the best to have after any of these foods because it gives you flavor while you work so you don’t get as off-task regularly. A little tip with gum is you should keep it in your backpack so it’s not all gone after the first day.