Mar
9
2010

GoGo Squeeze Giveaway….Applesauce on the Go!



CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED.  Congrats to entry #36, Amy Christiansen and entry #3 Jessica that were chosen from Random.org!!  I’ve sent you both an email!

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36

Timestamp: 2010-03-16 06:51:53 UTC

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3

Timestamp: 2010-03-16 06:57:25 UTC

Ok, I LOVE this applesauce on the go!  It is just a genius idea, wish I would have thought of it.  

GoGo Squeeze/Materne is a France based company with an incredible product I know you will love.  The good folks at Materne are giving 2 Picky Palate Readers 4 boxes each of their applesauce on the go!  That’s 16 pouches.

My boys LOVED this applesauce on the go.  I put it in their lunches and they devoured it for after school snack too.   They really couldn’t keep their hands off of it.  Check out GoGo Squeeze/Materne website to see where you can pick some up near you!!

You’ll see by the pictures below, I had no problem getting the boys to sample this product :)

Here’s How To Enter:

1.  Leave a comment here telling us any killer tips you have to get the kids to eat healthier snacks, what snacks works for you? :)

2.  For 3 extra entries follow Picky Palate on Twitter HERE.  Leave 3 separate comments for this

3.  For an extra entry become a fan of Picky Palate on Facebook HERE.  Leave a separate comment for this.

4.  For an extra entry, become a “foodie Friend” in google reader.  Top right sidebar.  Leave a separate comment for this.

5.  Contest ends Sunday March 14th, 8pm PST.  Winner will be notified by email, so please be sure email is correct.  Winner will have 48 hours to email me back or another winner will be chosen.  Winners are chosen by Random.org.  Giveaway is provided by Materne/GoGo Squeeze :)

Good Luck :)


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  1. 51
    Dana Irvine says:

    I am a foodie friend!!

  2. 52
    Karla says:

    My daughter loves to dip things, so I get her to eat small chunks of carrots, celery and other raw veggies by giving her a little dollop of lowfat italian dressing to dip them in, and a toothpick to spear them with. She loves it!

  3. 53
    Anne says:

    My third Twitter comment, we all love the Chobani Champions chocolate yogurt!

  4. 54
    Shelley says:

    We love apple slices, but I always hated cutting them. Getting an apple corer/slicer has made it so much more convenient and we eat apples more often now!

  5. 55
    Shelley says:

    I am also a follower!

  6. 56
    Wendy says:

    My little guy loves fruits and veggies, it is my husband I have to be tricky with! :) I usually try adding a bunch of bell peppers to everything, since that is what he likes.

  7. 57
    Wendy says:

    I am also a foodie friend!

  8. 58

    I just don’t buy junk. My kid is so used to eating fruit that he’ll go for a banana over a cookie any day. He’s only 3 though so I’m sure that’ll change eventually.

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  13. 63

    I’m a foodie friend!

  14. 64
    Michelle says:

    Twitter entry #1

  15. 65
    Michelle says:

    Twitter entry #2

  16. 66
    Michelle says:

    Twitter entry #3

  17. 67
    Michelle says:

    Facebook Follower entry!

  18. 68
    Michelle says:

    Foodie Friend entry!

  19. 69
    Michelle says:

    To get them to eat anything, I offer…. *drumroll* ….. DIPS! Everything is better when you have something to dip it in. Some of the dips we like are ranch, hummus, salsa, ketchup, Nutella, peanut butter… if you can dip it it’s an instant hit. :o)

  20. 70
    Lisa says:

    Apple slices in Jif On the Go PB — the kids take them to school in their lunch and it’s just the right amount of PB without all the mess. :)

  21. 71
    Katie K says:

    My kids have realized everything tastes better with yogurt or caramel!!!!I’ve taught them well!hehehe

  22. 72
    Katie K says:

    I follow you on twitter!

  23. 73
    Leigh says:

    Banana chips-my kids are addicted!! My big tip is DON’T buy it at the store!! (shocker, right?) Thats how I keep them away from the sugar! I don’t bring it in the house. Then, I (I mean, THEY ;) aren’t tempted!!

  24. 74
    Hope says:

    I think my “trick” is to just have healthy snacks around. At eat them often. If I am eating some sort of snack, my favorite, veggies and hummus, my 6 year old will say, “Do I like this?” and of course my reply is YES! and then he will try it. I don’t have picky eaters though.
    I think it’s because exposure to so much.

  25. 75
    Hope says:

    I am already a foodie follower.

  26. 76
    Hope says:

    I follow you on twitter already.

  27. 77
    Hope says:

    The birdie says Tweet Tweet!
    (Just filling up my 2 posts. LOL)

  28. 78
    Hope says:

    What do you think chilled? or room temperature for these treats? (3rd twitter entry)

  29. 79
    sara says:

    my best tip to get my kids to eat healthy is to eat healthy myself! Whatever I am snacking on, they want to eat as well!

  30. 80
    sara says:

    i follow you on twitter!
    @busymomto5

  31. 81
    sara says:

    2nd comment for following on twitter

  32. 82
    sara says:

    3rd comment, i follow on twitter!

  33. 83
    sara says:

    i am also a fan on facebook

  34. 84
    Julie says:

    My son is only 15 months old so he really only knows healthy snacks. I hope to keep it that way. : )

  35. 85
    Julie says:

    I’m a FB fan.

  36. 86
    Julie says:

    And I’m also a Foodie Friend.

  37. 87
    Suzanne says:

    My kids are ridiculously picky. I keep trying, though! One thing I can do is to sneak veggies into their smoothies. They love them! It’s the only way I can get them to eat veggies.

  38. 88
    Suzanne says:

    I’m a facebook fan.

  39. 89
    Suzanne says:

    I’m a foodie friend. =)

  40. 90
    Katie K says:

    I’m a facebook fan!!

  41. 91
    Jennifer says:

    I keep small (very small) candies at home, and before the kids can have one small treat, they have to consume a healthy snack (i.e., fruit or veggie).

  42. 92
    Alessa says:

    My baby girl loves fruit, so that’s the easy one. I still haven’t found a good way to get her veggies in though. She will pick out even the most miniscule green thing in her food.

  43. 93
    carrie says:

    I have my two year old daughter convinced that wheat germ is “sprinkles.” I make a big deal out of it and let her sprinkle it on whatever food she happens to be eating. She loves it. For now anyway, I’m sure she will catch on to my wily ways soon.

  44. 94
    Kim says:

    Just having the healthier foods available works well for us. Whenever they want a snack I have them choose a healthy thing (ie: carrots, apple slices, applesauce, yogurt, etc) and then they can have some crackers or pretzels to go along with that. And sometimes some chocolate chips mixed in with dried fruit and nuts. They seem to pick the healthy things most of the time, so I’m lucky!

  45. 95
    Kim says:

    I’m a fan on Facebook.

  46. 96
    Kim says:

    And I am a foodie friend as well.

  47. 97
    Jena says:

    i typically dont’ let my kids snack. But if i’m cutting up veggies for supper, to cook, and they ask for one, i give it to them to try. I also limit sweets. My kids love fruit so i usually don’t have to much trouble getting them to eat something reasonably healthy

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    Jena says:

    i’m a fan on facebook

  49. 99
    Jena says:

    i’m a fan on google reader

  50. 100
    Katie K says:

    I’m a foodie friend!

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