Sticky Lickits Stickers Can Encourage Kids To Eat Their Veggies

When scratch and sniff stickers first came onto the scene, they were all the rage. From popcorn to strawberry-scented stickers, kids everywhere scratched (and sniffed) to their hearts’ content. The one thing they couldn’t do: eat the actual sticker. Until now. The Sticky Lickits stickers can encourage kids to eat their veggies—even yours.

As a parent, you’re probably wondering: how can your child eat paper? Well, the Sticky Lickits are edible stickers made from the crushed pulp of the cassava root (read: not paper and glue). They also have good-for-you ingredients like coconut oil, and are colored with natural ingredients like red beet concentrate, turmeric, and vegetable juice extract.

That’s all good and fine, but how does eating a sticker actually taste? Pretty good, considering that they’re flavored with fruit, fruit juice, or vegetable juice. And the Sticky Lickits are sugar free, peanut free, tree nut free, gluten free, are non GMO, soy free, dairy free, vegan, and kosher.

How does Sticky Lickits really work? The goal is to get your child to try new fruits and veggies, right? Slapping a sticker on the food can encourage your kiddo to test out the new fruit, because, after all, who wouldn’t want to eat an apple with a sticker of a worm coming out of it? Even SpongeBob Squarepants and PAW Patrol got in on the action, because there are Sticky Lickit stickers with their images on them as well.

The next time you’re trying to convince your kiddo to take a bite of his broccoli, you can put a silly Sticky Lickit sticker on the stem. You just might have a healthy eater on your hands in no time.

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