Friday, August 20, 2010

Yoplait Go-Gurt Review and Giveaway!



I have another great giveaway that you are not going to want to miss out on. It's the Keep Cool in School with Yoplait Go-Gurt Yogurt Giveaway!

A few weeks ago Yoplait sent me an awesome back to school gift pack and a coupon for my girls to try Yoplait's Go-Gurt. Maddie loves the gift pack. Being that she is going to start kindergarten in the fall she just thinks it is great that she has a cool lunch bag, calculator, a fan pen (her favorite) and many other cool items. She just thinks she is hot stuff!

Yoplait's Go-Gurt's are actually one of my girls favorite snacks. They got hooked on them a few months ago when we went to the beach with my Sister and Brother-in-Law. On the package I noticed that it said you could freeze them and they would thaw by lunch time. So of course I grabbed a box thinking how great they would be for our packed beach lunches. The girls went nuts over them. They actually fought over who got the one that was more frozen at lunch. They liked them half frozen. It was really cute! Ever since they have been hooked.

When we got our free coupon from Yoplait a few weeks ago I allowed the girls to pick out the flavors they wanted. They had so many to choose from. They ended up choosing the box with the Scooby Doo flavors. Maddie said "Can we freeze them like when we went to the beach?". Jeanie, my two year old, has pneumonia right now and honestly Go-Gurt and french fries are the only things she will eat right now. She ate two of them today after her x-rays and she was able to keep them down. I was very pleased that she was getting some nutritious food in her body.

I think Go-Gurts are a wonderful invention. I can hand them to my kids and most of the time they are completely mess free. It's hard because with a two year old nothing is ever 100% mess free. :)
Pippi enjoys being on clean up duty! They are just such a quick and easy snack and I love feeling like my kids are eating something healthy and nutritious between meals. In my opinion there are not many kids snacks on the market that I would rank higher then Yoplait Go-Gurts.

The best part is that Yoplait is offering one of my readers a Back To School Gift Pack just like the one I received.
This includes everything you see below (except you will get a coupon for the Go-Gurt instead of the real thing).






There Are Five Ways To Enter to win the Go-Gurt Gift Pack:
(List all entries as separate comments.)



1. Leave a comment sharing a back to school lunch tip.

2. For a second entry post on your blog about this contest and include a link to my blog and post the link in the comment section.

3. For a third entry become a follower. If you are already a follower just leave that in the comment section.

4. For a fourth entry add my button to your blog and post the link in a comment below.

5. For a fifth entry add me as a friend on Facebook by clicking here and then leave me a comment telling me you did so.


The Winner will be chosen using a random number generator. All entries must be received by Friday, Aug. 27, 2010 at 11:59 CST. The winner will be announced Saturday, August 28, 2010. For U.S Addresses Only. MyBlogSpark is responsible for sending the prize.



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39 comments:

Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug} said...

Cookie cutters used on fruit and sandwiches makes food fun :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!
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Bethany said...

we love go-gurt! my tip for kids lunches instead of using an icepack I fill a water bottle with ice and a little water. I also give them a juice box and they can choose which drink they want for snack and lunch.

Chelyeah said...

To save money and create less waste, invest in reusable snack bags. There are tons of options, and if you purchase any from etsy.com, you not only support small business, but you have the option to customize your order :)

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Pamela said...

We always laid out the week's school clothes and then placed them on hangers with underwear and socks, with some small tags for the days of the week to attach to the neck of each hanger. Ours were simply round pieces of construction paper, with the day written on them, and a hole punched in the top to slip over the neck of the hanger. It helped keep school clothes separate from running around the house/play clothes and made mornings so much easier.

BabiesandBargains said...

we are friends on facebook

BabiesandBargains said...

we are friends on facebook

BabiesandBargains said...

I am a follower

BabiesandBargains said...

Lunch tip: Buy those Target dollar spot containers so your not wasting plastic bags throughout the school year plus 1 dollar for one is a GREAT deal!

brandy said...

I am a follower! :)

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Anonymous said...

My boys love the homemade goodies in their lunches. They eat most of their meals at school but when we do pack lunches, I try to make them special.
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Anonymous said...

We use reuseable containers.
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Karen said...

My tip is to assemble as much as you can the night before to avoid the morning onslaught. (I am not a morning person) :-)
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Melissa said...

The best back to school lunch tip is to pack dry cereal mix instead of chips. It's healthier, and the kids think it is more fun!

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Sydney said...

I'm so sorry your little one has pnuemonia. How awful, and right as school is starting for the other. Hang in there and keep up the great success in your weight loss!

Ms. Chunky Chick said...

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Ms. Chunky Chick said...

My lunch tip is that breakfast is great for lunch and doesn't need to be hot. I make french toast sticks with whole wheat bread and egg whites, cut them into squares and pack sugar free pancake syrup and turkey sausage.

sohamolina said...

I pack a little apple in my child's lunch.

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Heidi said...

You can have a basket of fruits, a basket of healthy snacks, and other things so the kids can choose what they like and they will be more likely to want to eat a healthy school lunch.

Hazel said...

My lunch tip is to make it fun. I like to do bento boxes and create cute foods that I know will bring a smile to their face!!

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Tara said...

I am a follower!

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Tara said...

I use reusable bags for their lunches. Also use a pizza cutter to cut the crust off sandwich!

Tara said...

Also make your own jello and put it in the little Glad cups.

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MamaFeelgood said...

I let my child choose what he eats the next day when I pack his lunch every nigh. Guaranteed he'll eat it

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