Yoplait Kids Yogurt Giveaway!

As you all know, I partnered with Yoplait Kids Yogurt to share yummy real life snacking tips I use in my home with JD. Now you can win a prize-pack brimming with Yoplait Kids Yogurt goodies!

About Yoplait Kids:

  • Yoplait Kids provides an excellent course of calcium and vitamin D, and a good source of protein to help build strong bones
  • Yoplait Kids yogurt has 25% less sugar than the leading kids’ yogurt*
  • Yoplait Kids yogurt has the delicious taste that kids love
  • Yoplait Kids package size is 4-3.0 oz. cups
  • Yoplait Kids yogurt is available nationwide and in three varieties: Strawberry, Strawberry Banana and Vanilla
  • Packaging features kids’ favorite characters like Dora the Explorer, Lightning McQueen from the hit movie “Cars” and the Disney Princesses

*Yoplait Kids has 9 grams of sugar per ever 3-ounces. The leading kids’ yogurt has 13 grams of sugar per every 3-ounces.

How do you plan to incorporate more wholesome snacks into your son or daughter’s snacking routine?

Just answer the question in a comment to this post and you could be selected as a winner of a Yoplait Kids prize pack. Perfect for accompanying this fun everyday snack, the Yoplait Kids prize pack includes a coupon for Yoplait Kids yogurt, a foldable travel cooler (to take your yogurt on-the-go), 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.

Watch all of the Yoplait Kids Snack Chats with JD and me here.

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*This coupon offer for a free four pack of Yoplait Kids yogurt is not valid in some states, including California, Idaho, Louisiana, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, North Dakota and Tennessee.

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3 Responses to “Yoplait Kids Yogurt Giveaway!”

  1. ToddlerMommy says:

    For my three year old, it’s all about keeping snacking fun! I stole your “apple car” trick, Christine, and my son LOVES it! He thinks it’s the coolest thing ever. My son doesn’t have a problem eating Yoplait Kids yogurt, he loves seeing his favorite characters on the package and loves the yummy flavor. Other wholesome snacks take a little more work on my part.

    Just today I somehow ended up singing this little jingle to him to get him to eat some green beans:

    “Oooom-paaa Loooom-paaaa doom-pa-de-doo, I’ve got another green bean for you. Oooom-paaa Loooom-paaaa doom-pa-de-daa, I’ve got another green bean for yaa. Ooom-paaa Loooom-paaaa doom-pa-de-dee, I’ve got another green bean for yee. What do you get when you eat a green bean? You have very healthy tum-my!”

    It’s okay, you can laugh! But it worked, he ate his green beans! It’s all about making the snack exciting and desirable.

  2. jaxmom says:

    While my little boy is only 9 months old and mainly still only eats baby food I still worry about what goes into his little tummy now and in the future. Right now his only snacks are Gerber Puffs and just yesterday I gave hime some peach baby yogurt, which he loved half way through and then I think the sourness got to him..lol! As he gets older I want to incorporate helathy snacks. I hope he loves yogurt, veggies, and I know he will enjoy cut up fruits. This is also going to encourage me and my husband to eat smarter and healthier. No more quick trips through the fast food line or snacking on junk throughout the day. If Jackson can’t have it neither can we!

  3. says:

    How appropriate that you ask this question today! I have just started searching for new, healthier snacks for my 16 month old. She has moved beyond cheerios and puffs, and wants “real” grown-up food. She loves fruit of all kinds, particularly bananas, pears, and strawberries. However, she tends to eat fruit with meals as opposed to snacks. For snacks, I have been giving her original flavored goldfish, and Annie’s cheddar bunnies. She loves yogurt, both Yoplait Kids and Stonyfield Farm YoToddler. I went to the store today and bought her granola bars, Annies flavored crackers (honey and cinnamon), and string cheese. My goal is for her to eat one processed food at snack time, and one more natural food. (Fruit, yogurt, or cheese.) I also want to introduce veggies at snack time, such as cucumbers, tomatos, and carrot slivers. My daughter is not a picky eater at all, and I want to capitolize on that by offering her the healthiest snacks possible!

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