Color-color-swirl and smile, Yoplait Trix is for kids, review/giveaway


Coming up with creative and healthy kids' lunches every day can be a daunting task. You want to make sure that your kids have lots of choices, but you want those choices to be good for them. Kids want lunches that are fun. Creating that balance between fun and healthy is a tough job for any mom.

One great option for lunch is yogurt. Yoplait Trix offers the wholesome goodness of real Yoplait yogurt that you want and the great taste that you kids like. Kids like the Yoplait Trix because the 4-cup packs come in bright, natural color combinations. Whether you eat the flavors separately or swirl them together, kids will get a good source of Calcium and Vitamin D in each cup.

Yoplait Trix understands that moms are concerned with the amount of sugar in our families diets.Yoplait Trix has been reformulated to remove artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners, and high fructose corn syrup. Don't worry, kids won't notice these changes. 

Yoplait Trix comes in five flavors: Strawberry Punch, Strawberry Banana Bash, Raspberry Rainbow, Triple Cherry, and Cotton Candy. My kids are big fans of Raspberry Rainbow and Strawberry Banana Bash. With an ice pack in their lunch box, the Yoplait Trix makes a fun treat with their sandwich and apple for lunchtime. The kids are full and I know that they have had a wholesome lunch.

Also, my kids love Yoplait Trix as their after school snack. It's just the right size to give them energy for after school activities but not too large to ruin dinner.

Plus, Yoplait Trix is a proud supporter of Box Tops for Education. Your school can benefit from collecting Box Tops. These funds can be used for a variety of items that schools need.

For more information on Yoplait Trix please visit its website, Facebook page or Twitter account.

But wait, there's more!  I have a Yoplait Trix prize pack to give to my readers (see picture)  Please use the Rafflecopter form to enter!

Color-color-swirl and smile with Yoplait Trix!



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Disclosure:  The Yoplait Trix Yogurt prize pack, information and coupon have been provided by Yoplait through MyBlogSpark. For my disclosure policy, please visit www.more4momsbuck.com/disclosure.

37 comments:

  1. I learned to read labels more carefully.

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  2. Eating whole grain reduces the risk of some types of cancer

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  3. I learned that the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend at least 48 grams daily.

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  4. eating whole grains reduces cancer risks

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  5. I learned that all Big G cereals have at least 9 grams of whole grain per serving

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  6. Whole grain cereals use the entire grain seed of wheat, rye, rice, barley, corn, or oats without milling out the bran and germ. “Whole grain” means it’s the complete grain, including the bran, the germ and the endosperm!!

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  7. how much fiber is recommended per day

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  8. whole grains can reduce the risk of certain cancers
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  9. I learned there is more whole grain than any other ingredient.

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  10. you should eat more whole grain crystletellerday@yahoo.com

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  11. I learned that you need to look for whole grains as first ingredient, and that whole grains are good for your health.
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  12. Whole Grain reduces risks of cancer!

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  13. whole has more nutrients mverno@roadrunner.com

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  14. Helps manage diabetes. DuckySam27@yahoo.com

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  15. All Big G cereals have at least 9 grams of whole grain per serving; at least 48 grams recommended daily.

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  16. Whole grains are the super food! They help prevent heart attacks & reduce our risk of cancer. Win-Win b/c big G cereals are delicious too! Thanks so much :)
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  17. I learned the parts of a grain. It was interesting to see the picture and what is taken out and left in. thanks
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  18. When grains are milled, or refined, the bran and germ are removed, leaving only the endosperm.
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  19. I learned that High Fiber doesn't mean Whole Grain.

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  20. When grains are milled, or refined, the bran and germ are removed, leaving only the endosperm.

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  21. I learned eating more whole grains reduces your chance for cancer

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  22. I learned that whole grain is heart healthy

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  23. I learned to eat more whole grains.

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  24. I learned this: The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend that at least half of your grains are whole. For most people, that translates into at least 48 grams daily.

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  25. Eating whole grains reduces one's cancer risks!

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  26. I learned that whole grains can reduce your chance of cancer as well as heart attacks.
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  27. BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.comMarch 13, 2012 at 11:34 PM

    whole grain is heart healthy.
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  28. I learned that whole grain is a good source of fiber and antioxidents, among other things

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  29. eatting more whole grain can reduce the risk of cancer
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  30. Whole grain cereals use the entire grain seed of wheat, rye, rice, barley, corn, or oats without milling out the bran and germ. “Whole grain” means it’s the complete grain, including the bran, the germ and the endosperm

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  31. The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend that at least half of your grains are whole. For most people, that translates into at least 48 grams daily. Every General Mills Big G cereal contains at least 8 grams of whole grain per serving, and more than 20 General Mills cereals deliver 16 grams or more.

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  32. Thanks for the great contest!
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  33. I learned that diets that are low in fat, and have grains that are high in fiber along with fruits and veggies can help reduce the risks of cancers like stomach cancer and colon cancer. I had no idea.

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  34. I learn that eating whole grains reduces cancer risks.

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  35. I learned Heart-healthy diets rich in whole grain foods can reduce the risk of heart disease.
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  36. There is more whole grain than any other ingredient.

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