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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Simply Go-Gurt Freebie and Giveaway!

MyBlogSpark and Yoplait gave me the opportunity to review their new Simply Go-Gurt.  Since we go through a LOT of yogurt in our house, this was right up our alley!

We buy a lot of yogurt, but we usually get the little cups and not the tubes.  So when I can get a good deal on the "tube yogurt", the girls just love it!  There's something about being able to squeeze the yogurt right into your mouth, and not have to use a spoon!  :-)  It's also fun to freeze them and try them that way.
MyBlogSpark and Yoplait would like to give one of my readers a Simply Go-Gurt gift pack, the same one I received!  It has a travel sized Etch-A-Sketch, a coupon for a package of FREE Simply Go-Gurt, an organizer for you, and a seat-back organizer for the kids.  It attaches to the back of a seat and then folds down for activities in the car.  Very fun!

Here are the methods of entry, for up to 5 entries per person:

1. Leave a comment. Because I like new ideas...Leave a comment with what you serve your kids for lunch, beyond the usual PB&J or Mac and Cheese.  If your profile doesn't list your email, be sure to leave it in your comment so I can contact you if you win!

2. Subscribe via email or RSS reader. Then leave a separate comment that you are a subscriber.

3. Follow my blog with Google Friend Connect. Look for the lovely pictures of others on the right side of my blog, add yours, and then leave a separate comment.

4. Grab my button. Put my button on your blog and leave a comment with your blog's address for another entry! You can find the code to cut and paste on my right sidebar.

5. Blog about this giveaway. Post a link to this giveaway on your blog and leave a comment with the address directly to your blog's entry.

This giveaway will close on Tuesday, May 11th at midnight and I will select one winner using Random.org. The prize pack will be mailed to the winner directly from Yoplait and MyBlogSpark.

In addition, Yoplait will mail coupons for a FREE pack of Simply Go-Gurt to the first 30 people who click on the "Try It Free" tab that will go live tomorrow (5/6) on my blog at 8am CST.  So be sure to check back tomorrow at 8am sharp, because 30 coupons will likely go fast!

*This coupon offer for free Simply...Go-Gurt is NOT valid in some states, including CA, ID, LA, MN, NJ, NV, ND and TN.  Sorry!

*MyBlogSpark and Yoplait generously provided me with the above giveaway pack so that I could offer a review.  All opinions are my own.  

45 comments:

Andrea said...

One of our favorite lunches is a hummus wrap. I spread roasted red pepper hummus on a tortilla, add ham, cheese, and some lettuce. It's also a great way to get protein and fiber into my picky two year old. I serve it with a side of apples and a frozen go-gurt, actually. He LOVES it.

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Jill (jill_grotefendt@yahoo.com) said...

The boys love go-gurt. We have eaten it both refrigerated and frozen. One of our other lunch favorites is quesadillas (sliced cheese between two tortillas toasted on both sides in the skillet.) They are great for dipping...in salsa, soup, guacomole, humus etc. The gaucolmole and humus are good protein alternatives for my non-meat eater.

Anonymous said...

I am subscriber to your email and enjoy your info. You have some great ideas. (Thanks, Jill jill_grotefendt@yahoo.com)

Faith4LifeGal said...

To put a twist on a PB sandwich, we have rolled up peanut butter sandwiches. We take a tortilla and put PB on it and roll it up! The kids love them and they are great for picnics. Sometimes we spice it up by adding a drizzle of honey and sprinkle of cinnamon sugar.

Melissa said...

I just started following your blog through a friend and LOVE it :) I make a lot of wraps for my kiddos and they LOVE it (plus it is an easy way to sneak more veggies in!). They esp enjoy when they get to roll them. email -mtroedel@gmail.com

Melissa said...

I am also now a google follower!

ScottScubaFam said...

We love avocado and will mash it up and spread it on a turkey and cheese sandwich. We also make omelets a lot for lunch- our favorite is ham and cheese. We also use other breakfast food like left over pancakes and spread them with peanut butter and jam.YUM.

Amy K said...

We often make cheese quesadillas, which are super easy because I almost always have cheese and tortillas on hand. Sometimes we make PB&J quesadillas where I put peanut butter in the tortillas and cook them and then the kids dip them in jelly. Also, in the day or two after taco night I use up the leftover taco meat by making nachos for lunch. The kids love them!

Sara C said...

We're big on the wraps as well. We also do fishsticks and mini pizzas using english muffins or bagels.

Michelle said...

flautas (kind of like a rolled up quesadilla baked in the oven) and lately we've been experimenting with different kinds of wraps.

while I'm here I wanted to say thanks for the PicknSave match-ups. saves me a lot of time.
michelle

kat said...

i like to do homemade lunchables. the kids love them and im saving alot of money and sodium by making it myself.

kat said...

i subscribe to email

The NEW Mommiez Blend said...

I feed my babe veggie omlets. Great way to get protein and veggies. We also eat gobs of yogurt over here too. :)

The NEW Mommiez Blend said...

I follow via GFC :)

The NEW Mommiez Blend said...

I subscribe via personal email. :)

Lene said...

My daughter is very picky but loves bread so I let her make her own sandwich. She can get very creative! Mac & cheese and pea sandwich, cucumber-ham-cheese, nutella-banana,..

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Lene said...

I subscribe to email

Anonymous said...

We do quesadillas, pizzadillas, etc...

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Anonymous said...

I subscribe via reader.

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Kristi said...

Lunch is always different. I think because the kids get sick of the same things day in, day out. My kids love noodles, frozen red grapes, lots of different salads. But if they just want that PBJ sandwich I make sure I use my round sandwich cutter. A lot cheaper than buying them that way. And they eat every bite. tkfenger1@att.net

Pam said...

I hate to admit it, but my daughter has been on a quite long jaunt of daily peanut butter and jelly, so we could probably use some of the ideas the others have suggested.

My kids love the gogurt tubes, and I recently started buying the Simply GoGurt ones and no one notices any difference in taste.

Anonymous said...

I'm a subcriber. For some reason my girls think an orange cut-up tastes better than a peeled one. Love your site( It's hard finding one with pick n' save deals).


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Sara said...

I accidentally commented on your Antiquities post...can you please pretend I commented here for purposes of the giveaway? :)

Anonymous said...

I put a twist on the traditional pb&j by substituting apples or bananas for the jelly. The kids love choosing the fruit, and it doesn't have the sugar that the jelly does. Besides that, plain noodles (I have added olive oil and veggies to them, and the kids loved them like that, too), a small bowl of tomato soup with a grilled cheese sandwich, or chicken salad sandwiches. Those are some of our favorite lunches....served, of course, with fresh fruit/veggies and yogurt/cheese.

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Patty L said...

Most times it is sandwiches and salads or leftovers or tuna or chix mixed in with mac n cheese or tortilla wraps. Yum!

lisette said...

WE LOVE GO GURT..THEY LIKE GRILLED SANDWICHES WITH SOME FRUIT..TANGERINES ARE THE BEST..:)

Karin said...

Small subs-- also love peanut butter and banana sandwiches or tuna sandwiches for lunch.

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Anonymous said...

Ants on a log is a great to go lunch--peanut butter filled celery with raisins. It even covers 3 food groups!

Christie
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Anonymous said...

Love your blog so many good ideas and helpful tips. I like to make extra pancakes and freeze them. Then for lunch just take them out of the freezer warm them in the microwave and spread pb on them. I usually also serve diced fruit with a carton of yogur mixed with it. My boys love this and its packed with protein and keeps them full for a while at least. :)

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LisaMarieK said...

We love to have Polish sausage wrapped in a bun and warmed up in the micro. My kiddo eats two of them then asks for a Go Gart to top it off!
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Lisa Knapp

Jamie said...

My kids love "Dinosaur Soup" aka spagetti o's!

Hannah said...

I pack buildable pizzas. I give them sauce and cheese as well as other toppings and they put it all on pita bread.
Hannah C
psychopathicpixie @ yahoo

Hannah said...

I am an email subscriber
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Hannah said...

I am a follower on google friend connect
Hannah C
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Ashley said...

My 16-month old sometimes has a cheese quesadilla, a sliced pear, maybe some peas (frozen, thawed out) or another veggie or maybe yogurt--depends on what I've got but we like to mix it up!

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Steph said...

My kids really like individual pizzas made on pita bread. Thanks for the giveaway!

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Steph said...

Blog follower!

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KellyH said...

Sometimes I fix quesadillas. The kids like them, I just kind of forget about them. Or sometimes fried egg sandwiches.

Thanks!
KellyH
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Melissa said...

My kids favorite lunch is scrambled eggs. I put them in a mug in the micowave with their choice of veggies, cheese, or meat. It's quick and easy. I serve fruit or yogurt on the side.

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Melissa said...

I subscribe through RSS reader.

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1955nurse said...

English muffins w/pizza sauce and some grated 3-cheese pizzza blend cheese, baked in a 325 degree oven for 6 or 7 minutes and voila! Lunch that toddlers/little ones will gladly eat. Pair that w/some carrot slices and a Go-Gurt for dessert and you're all set!

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1955nurse said...

I;m a brand-new follower via Google friend connect - publicly ;-) Thanks for the great giveaway!

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1955nurse said...

I'm a brand-NEW subscriber to your RSS feed, have it on my Reader page ;-)


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Jay said...

A friend came over and we had tortilla, refried beans (not the healthiest but happy that it had protein), and cheese heated up in skillet. They ate them up!
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Claire said...

We love "egg tacos". Scrambled eggs w/ cheese & veggies in a tortilla! Super quick and easy! Pair with fruit or yogurt ;)

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