Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Yoplait Kids Yogurt "Less Sugar, More Fun" Prize Pack Giveaway



Thanks to the folks at My Blog Spark, I was given the oppurtunity to review a Yoplait Less Sugar, More Fun prize pack to review. I picked up a box of Trix less sugar yogurt pack. My one year old and 15 year old enjoyed them. I did try one myself and it tasted yummy. I wouldn't have even known that it was made with less sugar as it tasted great. To make it even yummier I added fresh fruit to my daughters. I liked the size of the container for my one year old, but for the fifteen year old it was 2 small.


From the website " Are you searching for a snack for the kids that tastes good and is good for them? Yoplait Kids yogurt is the perfect solution with 25% less sugar than the leading kids’ yogurt. With its thick and creamy texture that will hug your little one’s spoon, you won’t have to worry about a sticky mess to clean up afterwards. It also contains no artificial sweeteners or flavors, so you can feel good about serving it to your kids.
In addition, Yoplait Kids is a good source of vitamin D and, according to two new studies that provide the first national assessment of the crucial nutrient in young Americans, millions of U.S. children have disturbingly low vitamin D levels, possibly increasing their risk for a variety of health concerns, including bone problems. About 7.6 million children, adolescents, and young adults have vitamin D levels so low they could be considered deficient. It can be challenging for growing kids to get enough vitamin D because this nutrient is only found naturally in very few foods; however Yoplait Kids makes it a little easier to incorporate a delicious source of vitamin D and calcium in your child’s diet."






Thanks to My Blog Spark I have TWO Yoplait gift packs to giveaway to TWO Simply Me readers.

Your Yoplait Less SugarPrize pack includes the following:

1.coupon for a Yoplait Kids yogurt
2.travel cooler
3.spoon that changes colors in warm water
4.bendy puzzle and a placemat

GIVEAWAY:

Required for Entry: (this must be followed or bonus entries will be voided)

Share your favorite holiday tradition or recipe

Bonus Entries:

1. Subscribe to my blog by email

2. Follow me on Twitter and tweet the following:
@mommyjen99 TWO winners will win a Yoplait Yogurt less sugar prize pack http://mommyjen99.blogspot.com/

3. Follow my blog

4. Place my button on your sidebar for three extra entries (leave the url to your blog please)

5. Blog about my contest on your blog (Please leave your URL in comments 2 extra entries)

6. Follow me on networked blogs - It's located on the right sidebar




This contest will end on 12/17/09 at 11:59 pm PST. U.S residents only. The winner will be drawn via random.org and contacted the next day. If you don't have a blog please leave your email address with your entry. The winner will have 72 hours to respond before I draw another winner.


Good luck,
Genevieve

PS. I have several other contests running right now! Check the giveaway box on the upperhand right corner.

I received no compensation for this review. I did receive a Yoplait prize pack so I could provide and honest review. Yoplait provided me with the information and prize packs through MyBlogSpark.

51 comments:

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

the easiest holiday recipe I use is making cookies..sugar/ or even a plain vanilla cake and subbing egg nog for the water/milk in recipes

Missybeez said...

My favorite thing to make around the holidays is Sweet potatoe Cheescake!


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cookiert said...

Our favorite tradition is having a game night at my in-laws' house on Christmas! Friends and neighbors come over and we play a lot of board games.

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Shelly said...

a seafood dinner on Christmas Eve

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We always make cookies

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Garlic polish sausage dinner on Christmas Eve.
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Jaime said...

favorite tradition is getting all the kids and grandkids together and making gingerbread cookies for the Christmas tree
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rubynreba said...

A holiday tradition is frosting Christmas cookies with my granddaughter
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my favorite thing to make are christmas sugar cookies!
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chlorinebrain said...

our favorite tradition is to have dinner by the fireplace on christmas eve and then everyone gets to open 1 present.

Storm, The Psychotic Housewife said...

Our holiday recipe is Marzipan!

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Favorite recipe is green bean casserole!
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Maja said...

we sing carols and cook together, and read to my son a christmas story

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My favorite tradition is taking my kids to a local tree farm to pick out their own Christmas tree.

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Sahm Lee said...

I love baking cookies with my kids while we listen to our Christmas mix cd! Thanks for the contest!
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theolotto said...

My favorite tradition is baking christmas cookies during the season.

giggling kids said...

We make the Gingerbread men, Gingerbread houses, a gingerbread tree, and a ginger bread train. Then we watch Christmas movies!
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dvice said...

My favorite holiday tradition is our big family dinner

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Nancy S. said...

We always have Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls while we open our presents on Christmas morning.
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we love baking all kinds of goodies every christmas eve and we make baskets for friends and family

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Gianna said...

We make Christmas cookies together :)

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