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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Juicy Juice Sparkling Fruit Juice Review and Giveaway

Luckily my kids have always loved fruits and vegetables, so getting them to have their 5 servings a day has never been a problem.

But for those of you who have problems getting your kids to eat fruits or vegetables, Juicy Juice might be a way to help you.

Their new Sparkling Fruit Juices are made with 70% fruit juice and 30% water providing one serving of fruit per can. They are lightly carbonated and 90 calories each.

Thanks to Nestle my family got a chance to try out all three flavors. We loved them! They are great to pair with a mid day snack. You can print off $1 coupons to try it also.

One lucky reader will also get to try it for free! The sample pack includes a three four-packs, one of each of the three new flavors, Sparkling Apple, Sparkling Berry and Sparkling Orange.

To enter: tell me ways you try and get more fruits and veggies into your kids.

Entries will be taken until Tuesday, September 28th at noon CST. At that time I will post the winner and you will have 48 hours to get back to me with your mailing information or a new winner will be picked.

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28 Comments:

Ash said...

I let the kids help me plant, take care of, then prepare stuff from the garden. They get so escited about helping, that they always want to help eat it!

Dana Matthews said...

I cook vegetables in my main dishes. To spaghetti I add fresh tomatoe, onions, bell pepper, squash, carrots...anythingt that will cook down. To muffins, I add zucchini and carrots that I grate. I figure any extra helps and disguising it works!

kris10dale said...

I'm lucky, as mine are very good eaters. I do get them to help me prepare dinner, and they tend to eat more as it "tastes so much better" when they help. ;)

krispiks (at) aol (dot) com

Shelley said...

My kids love fruits & veggies. They help pick in the garden, they add bananas to cereal or oatmeal, they eat a piece of fruit for lunch, for a snack they have fruit or veggies cut up, they eat a salad with most dinners, & 1-2 side vegetables. They love fruit smoothies too. Thanks

pontowd said...

My kids love to help me in the garden, and I take them to the fruit stand to get veggies too.. My youngest would prefer apples and corn over any other food..

pontowd at yahoo dot com

drmomof2 said...

I know I can get my kids to eat fruit if they are able to dip it in nutella

JC said...

I usually mix fruit and veggie into smoothies, and kids love it!

Anonymous said...

my kids are really good about eating fruits & veggies, but I sneak extras in by finely grating zucchini & carrots into my spaghetti sauce.
onecrypticmama AT yahoo DOT com

Robyn said...

we're pretty good fruit and veggie eaters, but i do "hide" things like spinach and kale in our normal foods...taco meat, spaghetti, meatloaf...etc.

Elaine said...

Luckily, my girls are good eaters when it comes to fruits and veggies. However, I do add veggies to dishes like american chop suey and even meatloaf.

one frugal lady said...

I plan our meals around fruits and veggies, instead of around meat!
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Terry said...

We're among the lucky ones as well whose grandkids love fruits & veggies. A fun way to eat them is individual veggie pizzas. (No mushrooms for grandma though!)

2kidsand8cats said...

I put vegetables in our dinners that I cook. I only have one picky eater so I sneak things in

Anonymous said...

My daughter loves to help pick things from the garden and 'help' cook.
Laura

Tabathia said...

Sometimes I add a fun dip for carrots or apples which makes it fun and they took a healthy snack class this summer for great healthy ideas at 4-H
tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

Sandy said...

My kids like to spice and sauce up their veggies to get them down. They tend to get their servings of veggies and fruits in some drinks such as the V-8 fruit/veggie and fruit drinks.
sgmayhall7 at yahoo dot com

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

add them in the recipes

Pamela said...

Dipping...somehow everything tastes better dipped.

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judyyy said...

I blend up squash, onions and other veggies and add to my spaghetti sauce.
judyylee@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I've been known to hide veggies in all sorts of recipes. For example, I put carrot baby food in brownies. It makes them moist, and you can't even taste the carrots!
bkittie@hotmail.com

jayne said...

I will blend whatever "secret" ingredient I need so no one ever knows.

Lori Sifuentes said...

Smoothies are a great way to get fruits into my kids. I also like putting veggies in the spaghetti sauce.

thanks
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stacy said...

I make lots of smoothies.

SmithFamilyFrogs said...

We have a garden and the kids help tend and harvest it. They love to eat lettuce and tomatoes we have grown!

Frances said...

We don't have kids at home anymore. Fortunately, when the kids and/or grandkids come to visit, they all love to eat fruits and veggies.

Hubby on the other hand only likes his fruit baked in a pie. Though, he does love veggies.

fperkins2000 @ yahoo.com

Audrey said...

i let the kids cut the veggies that we put on our pizza--squash, bell peppers, onions, tomatoes, mushrooms YUM!

Christine said...

My kids love fruit so getting in fruit is not a problem, veggies are a different story so add them in muffins,breads and just plain make them eat them.

Stephanie Gregory said...

My son will eat anything so he's easy. My daughter on the other hand is super picky. I sneak veggies in as much as I can. Thankfully she loves fruit!


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Thanks!