Friday, November 6, 2009

Yoplait Kids Prize Pack Giveaway


MyBlogSpark sent me this FREE "Yoplait Less Sugar, More Fun" prize pack and my kids got to try Yoplait Kids Yogurt.  My kids love the taste of the yogurt and the fact it has Dora on the container!  I love that this yogurt has 25% less sugar than the average of leading kids' yogurt and has calcium, vitamins and protein.  I also love the smaller size cups so no yogurt goes to waste.

I am also excited to announce my first giveaway.  Two of my lucky readers will receive one of these prize pack donated by MyBlogSpark.  The "Yoplait Less Sugar, More Fun" prize pack includes a coupon for a Yoplait Kids yogurt, a travel cooler (to take your yogurt on-the-go), a fun spoon that changes colors in warm water, a reusable place mat with games to keep the kids happy while snacking, and a fuzzy tangle puzzle for some after-snack fun.

To be eligible to win, please post a comment below sharing your most memorable snack time with your kids.  Leave your email address in the comment so I can contact you if you win.

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only, 18 years old or over, and the winners will be chosen at random on December 4, 2009.

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33 comments:

  1. I love having a "pudding and graham cracker break" with my daugter. We make it a little picnic party :). cporter2@gmail.com

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  2. My most memorable snack time with my son...Well it was really lunch, but last month we went to a local park and had lunch together at one of the picnic shelters. Stephen offered to share his cheetos with me. That was very special for me since he typically hoards foods that he loves.

    --lynn

    lyoung34@tampabay.rr.com

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  3. My most memorable snacktime was one night after I came back from grocery shopping. Micah was still up and was asking for a snack. I asked him what he wanted, and he said, "peas". So at 8:00 at night, I fixed him some peas and he ate two helpings! Sorry it doesn't involve yogurt, but I can assure you that Micah LOVES his Yoplait yogurt! He learned the word "butterflies" after we repeatedly counted the butterflies on the container!

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  4. One of our favorite snacktime treats are smoothies. The kids love to make them, especially if we have gone to pick berries. They like to see how many different fruit flavors they can add into the smoothie. The best thing is it is a healthy treat too!

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  5. Please enter me in your giveaway. One of our memorable times is when the kids get together and make a snack for me:) They love bringing it in on a tray and making something special. Would love to win this for them. Thanks!
    blessed6mom[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  6. I would be getting this for my siblings. They love yogurt! Thanks! Charity L.
    esterried[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  7. My kids love pudding parfaits. I whip up a box of sugar-free Jello pudding and everyone picks their favorite toppings: bananas, Cool Whip, sprinkles, a cherry.
    Crystal

    crystalpurser1972@yahoo.com

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  8. I enjoy snack that are made with help from my kids.

    pinkrose6785@hotmail.com

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  9. I think it's memorable anytime my 4 year old makes her own sandwich. she really uses interesting ingredients.

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  10. My most memorable snack time with the kids was when I was having a bad day and couldnt even be bothered wiping the table down. SO I brought out a blanket and we had a "picnic" on the floor. We ended up having so much fun and it brightened my day.

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  11. My most memorable snack time with the kids is... camping out in the living with smores made in the microwave. Simple and Fun!

    mandm_2002@hotmail.com

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  12. Mine was more during lunch. He was not wanting to eat anything and I decided to get creative and so we made a sandwich and used an airplane cookie cutter and he LOVED it!

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  13. I have five year old twin girls that love to "cook!" For Thanksgiving, we used oreos and candy corns to make "turkeys!" The experience of creating is always more fun than the eating!!

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  14. My most memorable snack was when my 2 year old first started thinking she was a "baby birdie." Our snack was transformed into worms, crickets, and grasshoppers. Our apples, spaghetti noodles and cheese took on a whole new appearance from that day forward!

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  15. One day I gave my daughter yogurt covered pretzels in the car on a warm day and by then end of the car ride the yogurt part was all over her hands and hair!!! It was a mess, but an adorable mess. She was about 18 months at the time.

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  16. LOL! The time my kids used their yogurt tubes to squirt yogurt all over their grandmother's dining room. We all got a lot of cleaning experience that day!

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  17. It may not have been the healthiest snack, but when I was having a very bad day, my daughter and I had a tea party and had some hot tea and graham crackers. It reminded me of when my grandpa used to make hot sweet tea for us as kids and it was such a relaxing snack time for both of us.

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  18. My most memorable snack time with the kids..hmm..probably ants on a log. Always a hit!

    Magena@ufl.edu

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  19. My daughter is very verbal yet so our snack times are not super memorable. However, her first pickle was hilarious! She loves them!

    kelly.lynn.baker@gmail.com

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  20. I have several, but the most recent memorable snack moment happened just last night as we were in the SUV heading home to TX from Thanksgiving in OK. My 4 children were hungry, but after having spent so much money on meals out the previous week with family, then we just did not want to stop and spend more money since we were only about an hour and a half away from home. Well...one of my sons reminded me that grandma had sent us home with the better part of a carrot cake - his favorite! So...in the dark, in the car with only styrofoam cups and forks, all 6 of us (yes...Mom and Dad got in on the yummy cake too!) polished off the rest of the cake. It was so yummy and FREE!! :-) Good times!

    tamaltz@sbcglobal.net

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  21. I just became a nanny for a wonderful family. The 4 year old girl had just come off 6 months of chemo and thankfully is in remission as we speak. But during her illness she was given anything she wanted to eat regardless of healthyness of the snack because docs were afraid she was going to lose too much weight. On my first week working with her, I provided yogurt with several add-ins such as raisens, gummy worms, nuts, m&ms etc. She loved it and we had the best time making our creations. Her mom was thrilled we had found healthy snacks she will eat! clkolarik7074@att.net

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  22. I love watching my kiddos enjoy the things I enjoyed as a kid. They love fruits and cheese and they all like yogurt, which is something for 3 kids!

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  23. I remember the first time we got my oldest to eat Cheerios. The best is when they can feed themselves and you get a break!

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  24. My fav. memory is when my daughter (5 at the time) made me a "refreshments platter" in her words. It had string cheese, crackers, and fresh cherry tomatos from our garden. And she put it all on my wooden cutting board... So cute!

    Cheers,
    jewels

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  25. Most memorable snack time?! Hmm any that's not a total mess is good! A couple of weeks ago, my little guy thought it would be cute to dab food on the end of his nose. At least it kept him entertained (although has now turned into mustaches!) lol

    sandyzarzano at email dot com

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  26. the best would be making "Good for you cookies" with no sugar and coconut in them of all things and the kids loving them!!!

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  27. not exactly snack time but.. one day I was shopping with my daughter at the supermarket and she walked over to the watermelons and tried carrying it over to tell me she wanted it. She dropped it on the way over and it cracked on the floor. The people who work at the store came over and began to clean it, as they were doing so my daughter started crying "Please mommy! Don't let them take me to jail, I didn't mean to. " It was so adorable!

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  28. we spend so much time feeding our families--you'd think there would be one that jumps out, wouldn't you?

    let's see, the most memorable isn't really a good one--we were at the zoo, and one of the boys decided to smash a bee in his hand!!

    sandtneal at mfire dot com

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  29. My most memorable snack time was when I used a recipe my mom had when I was little. The kids and I made "snails" which consist of cream cheese spread on bread, sliced, then rolled in butter, sugar, and cinnamon, finally lightly browned. It was a sweet and fun snack.

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  30. My most memorable snack time with my kids was when we made homemade sugar and gingerbread cookies, decorated them and then got to eat our delicious creations.


    lamezquita2009@live.com

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  31. My most memorable snacktime was when when we purchased sundae icecreams from McDonalds and had snacktime on our picnic table outdoors. We had a great time!

    sam94son05@sbcglobal.net

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  32. The most "happy" memorable snack times around here are ones when friends come over for playdates. We had one where I made for different flavors/colors of Jello jigglers and the kids went nuts!

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