Monday, September 5, 2011

Peter Rabit Organics Review and Giveaway

As a mom I feel that one of my most important jobs is to make sure my children are eating healthy food and learning good eating habits. Sure baking is a routine thing around here and I admit my oldest has had a few Happy Meals in her lifetime, but overall I try to make sure that she's eating well. I have no real problem getting her to eat her fruit, but veggies are a different adventure. Unless it's broccoli or carrots it's just not happening. That's where Peter Rabbit Organics comes to the rescue!
  
Peter Rabbit Organics snacks provide 100% of the recommended servings of fruit and/or vegetables for kids and contain no artificial ingredients and no added sugar. The mess-free, BPA-free pouches also make convenient on-the-go snacks and the no-choke caps make them a perfect (and safe) snack for infants and toddlers.

The pouches are available in six flavors:
•             Strawberry and Banana
•             Apple and Grape
•             Mango, Banana and Orange
•             Sweet Potato, Corn and Apple
•             Carrot, Squash and Apple
•             Pea, Spinach and Apple


When our box arrived I was a little hesitant, I thought there was no way Willow would ever eat the Sweet Potato, Corn and Apple or Pea, Spinach and Apple pouches. I told her I had some special snacks for her to try and gave her one that I knew she'd like, so we started with Apple and Grape.
At first she was a little reluctant to try them, but soon she realized they were really good and I could barely get her to stand still long enough to get a picture. She kept dancing around and singing that "Willow's snacks were yummy yummy". She liked them so much that all 6 pouches were gone within 24 hours, even the Pea, Spinach and Apple that I was so worried about!

 I love that with Peter Rabbit Organics what you see on the front of the pouch is the only thing you'll get. No added flavors, crazy chemicals or added sugar that will keep my already hyper child bouncing off the walls. Plus everything is organic so there is no need to worry about the pesticides your kids may ingest while eating their fruits and veggies. The only negative I've found is the price, I don't see us being able to buy them at every grocery trip, but they'll defiantly be our go to treat and snack for traveling.Want some Peter Rabbit Organic pouches of your own?

Where to buy:
Peter Rabbit Organics snacks are available at Starbucks, grocery retailers across the country, and Amazon.com


How to win:
Peter Rabbit Organics has generously offered a variety box of 12 fruit and veggie pouches for one lucky reader! All you have to do is enter using the easy Rafflecopter form provided!


I received a sample box of Peter Rabbit Organics pouches for review purposes only. I received no other compensation for this review. All opinions expressed are my own and were not influenced in any way. Your experience with Peter Rabbit Organics and their products may be different then my own.

36 comments:

  1. it would be peas.. and spinnach

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  2. Peas and Spinach for sure! Apparently she has a thing with green veggies!

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  3. Any type of veggie! He loves fruits but refuses to have veggies. Carrots, Squash, Pea, Spinach.

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  4. Green Beans are definitely the hardest for us. Thankfully, she loves everything else!

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  5. EVERY vegetable is difficult. Fruits are awesome, but vegetables just aren't making it in this house.
    annaisabanana08[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  6. hardest veggie- green beans

    annae07@aol.com

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  7. she doesn't like summer squash

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  8. my sweet lo HATED green beans and refused to even let them near her mouth!

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  9. My daughter won't eat ANY veggies anymore.

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  10. my son doesnt like peaches at all!
    damiesmom at ymail dot com

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  11. I'd say peas.
    michael_weiss at hotmail dot com

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  12. doesn't like avocado...but we've only just started weaning
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  13. ANY vegetables!
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  14. Not a fan of cauliflower

    immortalb4 at gmail dot com

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  15. I think greenbean would be a little difficult for her

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  16. My little ones won't eat anything green!

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  17. My granddaughters won't try broccoli
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  18. hes not a fan of sweet potatos
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  19. My son won't eat carrots plain. He will eat it mixed in with something else but if I try giving it plain, he will act like I'm trying to poison him. ;)

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  20. I have the hardest time trying to get my little boy to eat ANY veggies :(

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  21. The hardest fruit would be pineapple and the hardest vegetable would be snow peas.
    Holli.moore(at)comcast.net

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  22. I'd say carrots are the hardest!

    AndreaH
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  23. Brocolli. Email: yona(at)pricelesswriters.com

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  24. the hardest veggie for my daughter to try is lettuce

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  25. peas and broccoli

    laurie1993@verizon.net

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  26. My daughter loves her fruits and veggies! The only one she doesn't like is Beets.

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  27. Spinach!
    Sabrina.Vaccaro@hotmail.com

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  28. My son hates broccoli
    dearannbellina26@aol.com

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  29. I have a hard time getting my kids to try greens (lettuce, spinach, etc)
    kathrynrose12 at hotmail dot com

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  30. My kids won't touch asparagus (but the love brussels sprouts, go figure).

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  31. Right now my daughter is hating spinach and I have to trick her with carrots on the front of the spoon ;)
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