Friday, April 1, 2011

Yoplait kids review and giveaway!

I'm a little late on posting this, but life happens. Yoplait through provided me with an awesome prize pack that consisted of a coupon for Yoplait Kids yogurt, a foldable travel cooler, a cool four-piece spoon set, a power magnet picture frame, trendy alphabet-shaped "Kiddie Bands", a great big bounce ball and a "My First Scavenger Hunt" card game for some after-snack fun.

Logan and Gavin loved playing the scavenger hunt game, (which I thought was pretty clever). And ever since I bought the yogurt with my coupon, that is all the kids want for breakfast. Maybe it has something to do with the kids cartoon characters on the packaging, or maybe the taste, who knows.

Yoplait Kids has an excellent source of both calcium and vitamin D, a good source of protein and the delicious taste kids demand. It also contains 25% less sugar than the leading kids´ yogurt, and has no high fructose corn syrup, artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners. Yoplait Kids yogurt is a snack you can feel confident about serving to your kids!

With tasty flavor options, as well as calcium, vitamin D and protein to help build strong bones, Yoplait Kids yogurt is sure to be popular with parents and kids alike. A great value at just $2.00 for a pack of four, this yogurt comes in three delicious flavors, including Strawberry, Strawberry Banana and Vanilla. Kids will love finding their favorite friends, like Dora the Explorer, Lightning McQueen from the hit movie "Cars" and the Disney Princesses, on every cup.

TO BUY IT: Click on any of the words "yoplait" in this post and it will take you to a coupon for
0.50 off the purchase of one (1) four-pack of Yoplait Kids yogurt today!. Visit Yoplait on Facebook to "Like" the brand. Also, be sure to "Follow" Yoplait on Twitter to keep up with the latest news from Yoplait.
TO WIN IT: Since I'm late in posting this, I want to make this quick. The first person to comment about their challenges in getting their children to eat wholesome snacks, wins a yoplait prize pack of their very own.


Jenna said...

Woo-hoo! My kids are pretty good with wholesome snacks, with the exception of some raw vegetables. I find it's much easier if things are prepackaged (by me or by the company) because they're more likely to eat it if they can be independent and grab a quick snack.