Make Back To School Lunches Healthy with Horizon! Giveaway!

School is back in full swing!  With school lunches sometimes being questionable, a lot of  parents choose to pack their children’s lunches so as to have more control over what our children are eating.   I’m in that category….I pack my childrens lunch every day.  So, 180 school days times two kids means I am packing 360 lunches a year.  YIKES!

Horizon Chocolate Milk makes for some happy kids at lunch time!

In order to keep the kids happy, I try to mix it up a little by offering them a variety of nutritious, delicious options in their lunchboxes.  Horizon Organic has partnered with Dr. Alan Greene, a noted pediatrician, author, and nationally-recognized expert in organic nutrition to develop a “Top 10 Best Back to School Foods List.”  This list is a part of Horizon’s Toolbox for Mom on Facebook. The toolbox contains news, offers, and advice to support parents as the school year begins.  My favorite is the lunchbox randomizer, which provides parents with ideas for healthy school lunches!  Some of the ideas are things I never really thought about offering to my kids, but once I did, they loved them!  My son’s newest obsession suggested by Horizon is  Hummus.  He loves it spread inside a whole-wheat pita instead of mayo and then fills the pita with turkey breast.  I am excited he likes something that’s full of protein and full of flavor as well.  I plan to use the randomizer for some other great ideas for both my kids and for myself!

I have been a fan of Horizon Organic for years and plan to continue to rely on them for keeping my kids healthy when it comes to my choice of dairy products.  Horizon’s DHA Omega-3 helps support healthy brains for my two kids who are working hard in school!

GIVEAWAY

Horizon Organic is offering one lucky reader a prize pack including lotion, candle, bubble bath, chocolate and a coupon for a FREE Horizon Organic product.

How to Enter:

1. Tell me how you keep lunch interesting for your kids!

Additional entries:

1. Blog about this giveaway and link to The Not-So-Blog and Horizon Organics (10 extra entries).

2. Follow me (@BridgetteLA) and @HorizonDairy on Twitter and Tweet this giveaway. Every time you tweet you get an additional entry! Limited to 10 a day, please. (You must have over 50 Twitter followers to qualify for unlimited entries!)

3. Subscribe to my blog.

4. Become a Fan of The Not-So-Blog and Horizon Dairy on Facebook.

5. Place my blog button on your sidebar.

Contest ends at 11:59pm CST on September 30th. Prizes not claimed in 72 hours will be forfeited. Open to U.S. Residents only.

This post is the opinion of Jennifer of Experimental Mommy. Others may have a differing opinion of the product. While a sample product was received to facilitate this review, all opinions remain 100% honest.

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  3. Leslie Galloway says:
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  6. Finger foods, dipping sauces, drinkable yogurt, keep it surprising. Use a Bento Box to make it fun and also eco-friendly.

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  8. valerie mabrey says:

    i keep lunch interesting by funny things like stickers on their apples and notes in their lunch bags
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  9. I keep lunch interesting by switching things up, putting in fun little notes or having themed lunches.

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  12. michelle r. says:

    I try to make it look appealing by cutting things into different shapes and stuff

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  15. Christine Sarkauskas says:

    I allow them to pick on favorite food a day that they get to take
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  16. keep it simple and let them know u mean business

  17. I have a goal to only send a sandwich 2 days a week. That way I’m forced to come up with other options!

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  23. Miranda Ward says:

    I try to change the foods up every week!

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  24. I try to introduce them to one new fruit or veggie a week

  25. Leslie Galloway says:
  26. I offer my kids food they never tried before once a week to open them to new tastes

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  29. Sometimes I cut my daughter’s sandwiches into fun shapes!

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  31. By providing a lot of options.

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