Slideshow: Share Your Sweets: Lunch Box Treats

Ceecee's Fruit Leather
Ceecee's Fruit Leather
"Whenever I make applesauce, I put some aside for this recipe. After the sauce is made, just pour it in a thin layer and dry it out. The drying process is a bit long but this sweet, homemade fruit leather is worth it!"—Ceecee L.
Pintchow's Oatie Choccie Animal Cookies
Pintchow's Oatie Choccie Animal Cookies
"Being the perennial kid at heart, I love these crunchy bite size treats. I used Three Sisters Chocolate oatmeal, which gets blitzed and combined with honey, cinnamon and buttermilk. Fun ensues with small 1.5 in animal cookie shapes."—Pintchow
Laura's Puppy Chow
Laura's Puppy Chow
"My favorite portable treat is Puppy Chow. I had it once at school when I was younger and since developed an allergy to chocolate, so eating it became impossible. That is until I discovered this recipe that used white baking chips. It's just like the traditional treat, but even better and brings me back to childhood with one bite."—Laura D.
Lauren's Vanilla Cookie Krispie Treats
Lauren's Vanilla Cookie Krispie Treats
"Vanilla Cookie Krispie Treats: These easy-to make treats also happen to be gluten-free!"—Lauren L.
Miranda's Apricot Bars
Miranda's Apricot Bars
"Forget peanut butter and grape jelly—these almond butter and apricot jam bars are a more sophisticated twist on your lunchbox fave."—Miranda L.
Kayle's Graham Crackers
Kayle's Graham Crackers
"Graham crackers have always been a classic, comforting food for me. Whether I use them to make s'mores, spread some peanut butter on them, or just snack on them on their own, I was always happy to have these in my lunchbox! Now you can make graham crackers at home, from scratch (no icky preservatives or additives), and you'll never believe how easy and how delicious they are! (And I bet you already have everything you need in your pantry!)"—Kayle B.