This is one bag of chips you’ll actually want your kids digging into. And believe me, they will.
These Bare Fruit organic apple chips are dried apples. With nothing added–no sugar, no preservatives. They’re “baked-dried” in wood-burning ovens at low temperatures for hours. So unlike other dried apples, they’re not soft. They’re crispy and crunchy.
Thanks to Bare Fruit, I’m giving away a case of 12 bags (2.6-oz each) in the variety of your choice:
Fuji Apple Chips
Cinnamon Apple Chips
Granny Smith Apple Chips
To enter the giveaway, leave a comment at the end of this post telling me which variety you want (U.S. residents only, please.). To increase your odds, you can also:
- “Like” Real Mom Nutrition here and Bare Fruit Snacks here on Facebook , then leave me another comment telling me that you did.
- Tweet about the giveaway, then leave me another comment that includes a copy of your tweet.
The giveaway ends Thursday, May 31 at noon Eastern Time. I’ll choose a winner at random through Random.org‘s number generator.
Disclaimer: Bare Fruit sent me a bulk-sized bag of Cinnamon Apple Chips (and we happily devoured them).
I will put practically anything into popsicle molds: applesauce, yogurt and berries, the leftover juice at the bottom of a fruit cup. And for the most part, my kids will eat it.
I’m a little late to the green smoothie game. I don’t have a juicer and didn’t think my blender would be powerful enough to handle greens. And I knew that bits of kale or spinach floating at the top of a smoothie would be a deal-breaker for everyone.
But I’m happy to report that my Cuisinart blender did beautifully with this Fuel You Up Smoothie from Kids Eat Right. Sam and I both had a glass, and there was enough left for our popsicle molds.
Plus some extra for DIY Freezer Pops: Pour smoothie into Dixie cups, cover with plastic wrap, and then poke popsicle sticks through the top of the plastic wrap.
|Fuel You Up Smoothie
- 2 cups fresh spinach (put half at the bottom, half at the top)
- 1 cup milk
- 1/2 cup apple juice
- 2 cups frozen strawberries
- 1/2 cup blueberries (fresh or frozen)
- 1/2 kiwi, peeled and cut (optional)
- 1 banana (fresh or frozen)
- 1 cup ice (unless using frozen fruit)
- Blend and serve.
- Or freeze.
- Or some of both.
Then wipe your kids’ faces–because somehow, they’ve gotten smoothie on their foreheads.
Do you have a favorite smoothie or freezer pop recipe–green or otherwise?