Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Sprout Organic Toddler Snacks Review, Giveaway, and Contest! (3 winners - 5 Boxes Each!) (U.S.) Ends 11/27 (Rafflecopter) #ChristmasGiftGuide




My three children and I had a chance to review the Sprout Organic Toddler Snacks. Sprout Fruit & Veggie Crisp Chews and Fruity Yogurt Bites are perfect for little fingers learning to pick up and self feed. The soft crispy chewy texture is enjoyable to eat. And five single packet portions per box make on-the-go snacking easy. The Sprout toddler snacks are USDA organic! Spouts New Fruit and Veggie Crisp Chews are the only organic toddler snacks on the market combining wholesome fruit and veggie combinations with crispy brown rice!

They were all really good to eat and snack on. My sixteen month old daughter couldn't get enough of them! One packet wasn't enough for her, as she wanted to eat two or three packets at a time. My four year old daughter even enjoys eating them! These packets would make awesome stocking stuffers for any toddler or young child, as Christmas is coming up soon!




The Sprout Fruit & Veggie Crisp Chews come in Four Great Flavors:
  • Orange Fruit & Carrot
  • Purple Berry & Carrot
  • Red Berry & Beet
  • Tropical Fruit & Pumpkin 
 

The Sprout Organic Fruity Yogurt Bites also come in Four Delicious Flavors:
  • Banana Pumpkin
  • Orange Carrot
  • Raspberry
  • Strawberry Carrot

Who is Sprout?
Sprout produces a variety of organic, healthy and delicious food for babies, toddlers and kids. They only use the finest organically grown fruits, vegetables, grains and proteins.



How to Enter the Contest: Post a photo of your little sweetie eating his or her favorite Sprout recipe on Sprout's Facebook page, on Twitter @SproutFoods, or on Instagram (hashtag #SproutSweetie) between now and the end of the month and you could win!

Post between now and 11/30/13 and they will pick one lucky (and sweet) winner to receive a Sprout sampler pack! They will also feature your baby's picture on their timeline for the month of December. (Hints: Post your photo to Sprout's Facebook wall, as tagging them doesn't always work! Also, photo composition and quality counts as the winning photo is used as their Facebook timeline cover.)

Connect with Sprout: 

Enter below using the Rafflecopter form for for a chance to Win Five (5) Boxes of Sprout Organic Toddler Snacks (3 winners will each win 5 boxes)! Open to residents of the 48 continental United States only.

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Disclosure: I received some samples of the Sprout toddler snacks in exchange for my review and giveaway post. The information above is mostly from the Sprout website with information about how much my family and I enjoy eating them! No other compensation was exchanged or received.

28 comments:

  1. I really want to try the Banana Pumpkin ones.

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  2. strawberry and carrot
    annejk112233 at yahoo dot com

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  3. I would like to try their Fruit & Veggie Crisp Chews Red Berry & Beet flavor.

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  4. My daughter would like the red berry and beet

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  5. My son would definitely love Raspberry. LOL - he used to run straight for the raspberry plants in our backyard in summer to grab all of the raspberries he could. Anything that is raspberry flavor is good in his book!

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  6. Orange carrot!
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  7. Orange carrot!
    Lexijo213 at yahoo dot com

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  8. banana pumpkin sounds good
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  9. I would like the Banana Pumpkin Yogurt bites.

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  10. My daughter would like the Purple Berry & Carrot.

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  11. I would like to try their Fruit & Veggie Crisp Chews Red Berry & Beet flavor.

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  12. We would like to try the tropical fruit & pumpkin the most.

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  13. I think my little one would enjoy the Raspberry Yogurt Bites - he loves yogurt bites, but hasn't tried a raspberry flavor yet!

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