Monday, December 21, 2009

Yoplait Kids Yogurt Review/Giveaway - CLOSED

Because I'm a member of MyBlogSpark, we recently got the opportunity to get Yoplait Kids Yogurt for our son to try. He was excited to pick out the yogurt he wanted. Surprisingly, he really liked it. He often asks for yogurt with his lunch now. Isn't it great having your kids ask you for healthy foods/snacks?

The Yoplait Less Sugar, More Fun prize pack we got included a coupon for Yoplait Kids Yogurt, travel cooler, a color changing spoon, an activity mat, and a little puzzle thing.



Yoplait Kids Yogurt comes in several different flavors and is loaded with calcium, vitamins, and protein. That means it's good for him too! Yoplait Kids Yogurt also has 25% less sugar than many of the other kids yogurts available in stores.

Would you like to win a prize pack like what I got?

The Giveaway

MyBlogSpark, along with Yoplait would like to give two (2) of my readers a Yoplait Less Sugar, More Fun prize pack just like what I got (pictured above)

Note: Please be sure to leave an email address in your comment if it's not public on your blogger profile.

Main Entry

Tell me how you make snack time fun for your kid(s)!

Extra Entries

  • Visit the Yoplait Kids Yogurt site and tell me something you learned. (1 entry)

  • Follow me (@matt0701) on twitter AND tweet the giveaway (Leave the direct link to your tweet) (1 entry)

  • Follow me on blogger. (1 entry)

  • Subscribe to my blog by email OR RSS feeds. (1 entry)

  • Add my button to your blog and leave me the link (1 Entry)


Contest ends January 2, 2010. I will choose a winner using random.org sometime on January 3, 2010 and contact the winner by email. You will have one day to respond by email with your contact information as I have to have the winner's information in by January 4th.

Disclaimer: The coupon for the product, the prize pack I received, and the information have been provided by Yoplait through MyBlogSpark, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.
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61 comments:

sohamolina said...

I make it fun by chopping up fruits she likes.

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cpullum said...

I have my kids pick out the produce for their lunches and help prepare them. They love making their salads! They have so much fun!
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Laura said...

I make snacktime fun by adding a large variety of fun and interesting fruits to their daily snacks!

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bison61 said...

the kids pick out the grapes, apples or what fruit and veggie is on sale that week-we wash it and keep in the fridge for their snacks. they enjoy picking out the best fruit the store has!

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Jaime said...

we make snack time fun by letting the kids help prepare it. The really like ants on a log
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Jaime said...

learned that The live and active cultures in yogurt help break down lactose making yogurt a great way for kids who are lactose intolerant to enjoy dairy, plus get the calcium and other nutritional benefits yogurt offers.
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Charity said...

I like using cookie cutters at lunch-time. They really enjoy dog cucumbers or Star sandwiches:) Please enter me. Thanks!!!


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I became a blog follower:)

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I also became an email subscriber!!

debbielynne said...

I don't have kids, but I do have a dog and a cat and I make snacktime fun by playing run and chase before the treats come out.

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debbielynne said...

It has 25% less sugar!

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Anonymous said...

We dip fruit in yogurt to make snacktime fun.

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Anonymous said...

I learned that you can get Dora, Diego, and Blue! My kids love variety. :)

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I subscribe via reader.

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Jennifer H said...

I have my son stand on a step stool in the kitchen and help me make the snack. He really likes "helping" and I'll only get a few more years outta that so I take full advantage! :)
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Whitney said...

My son just turned a year old, so I like to let him snack while I cook. He seems to enjoy it.

Jamie said...

We make it fun by letting m son help pick out his snacks, then we make up and sing silly songs while we eat.

Anonymous said...

We let my little sister help make the snack.
She loves helping!
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Lori said...

Oh! We like to find different ingredients to add to our yogurt. Fruit, crushed cookie pieces, etc. blessed6mom(at)yahoo.com

Lori said...

No artificial sweeteners.
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Vanessa said...

I think making things hands on, and healthy (like a fruit salad "bar").

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Anonymous said...

It helps growing Toddlers build muscles.
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Susan said...

I'll make little faces with fruits, veggies, cheese and raisins on the plates. We use graham crackers to dip in the yogurt. I'll cut up veggies to use with a ranch dip.

Susan said...

Yoplait Kids has no artificial sweeteners and 25% less sugar.

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ale_d_o_l said...

we let them help prepare & pick out food that they like!! Happy Holidays!!

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26 g/sugar/8oz

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rebecca said...

Oh, and we make snack time fun by letting our son pull up a chair and stand on it to "help" and staying with him while he snacks!


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Rashelle R said...

To make snack time fun I let my kids help. They really enjoy it and most of the time it saves me time in the kitchen. Plus spending time with your kids is important.
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Rashelle R said...

when on the Yoplait site I learned that by alternating your toddlers bites of food from their spoon to yours helps them develop hand-eye coordination.
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hotmama0609 said...

My son loves having different kinds of fruits with whipped cream! yum

hotmama0609 said...

i visited the oplait website and learned the kids yogurt has 25% less sugar than the average leading brand.

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Lori said...

I like to eat snacks in new places like mini picnics.
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Lori said...

It helps build muscles in toddlers.
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Dolphin Girl said...

I let my kids choose their snack out of several choices. This way they get to exercise some control over part of their diet.

darlanpaulsmamma said...

snack time is always fun - i have several items for the kids to choose from and yogurt is always one - they love it!
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Uncles said...

I make fun snacks and that makes snack time fun

Morgan said...

Muffin Tin Monday is always a fun thing to do. Give them several options and don't force them to eat anything. If there are a variety of healthy foods, they're bound to choose one!
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Kirsten said...

give her a variety of healthy stuff on the table and she eats what she wants

Kirsten said...

i learned that the yogurt does not fall off the spoon if the spoon is tipped over

thaeter7 said...

I have grandchildren who love "bugs on a log"
celery filled with peanut butter with raisins on top,
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Renee said...

I make snack time fun by providing a dip for whatever my daughter is eating. She thinks no meal is complete without dipping sauce!

Renee said...

I learned that this yogurt has 25% less sugar than the average kids' yogurt.