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Yoplait Lactose Free Yogurt Prize Pack

Hi neighbors!

Are any of you or your family members lactose intolerant?  I have 2 that react, but not all the time.  And one of them loves yogurt, so I was excited to hear about Yoplait Lactose Free yogurt.  Now I don't have to guess if she can have it this time, because Yoplait now has the Lactose Free yogurt.  And it comes in four delicious flavors; Strawberry, Peach, French Vanilla, and Cherry.  I have to say that Cherry is my favorite, while some of my children like the French Vanilla.

Just think what a benefit this is!  You can use this in recipes, just for a snack, in smoothies, etc. and not have to worry about Lactose Intolerance.  My children love fruit smoothies made with yogurt, and now I have a yogurt I can use and know that my daughter won't react to it!  Wonderful!  We usually use yogurt, orange juice and their favorite fruit.  Freezing the yogurt ahead of time makes it even better.  I haven't tried it yet with the Yoplait Lactose Free Yogurt, but I am sure we will.  The Lactose Free Yogurt from Yoplait contains 50% of the recommended Daily Value of Calcium, with Vitamins A and D in every cup.  And no artificial sweeteners.

With my pack I received a VIP coupon to purchase Yoplait Lactose Free yogurt*, a Lunch Tote, 2 Gel Packs, an individual bowl, and a spoon.  A really neat green color! of my neighbors will be receiving a Yoplait Lactose Free Yogurt Prize Pack just like mine! Be sure to find them on Facebook and Twitter.

“Disclosure:  Prize pack, information, and giveaway have been provided by Yoplait through MyBlogSpark.”
*The coupon offer for Yoplait Lactose Free yogurt is not valid in some states, including Louisiana, Nevada, New Jersey, North Dakota and Tennessee.

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Anonymous said…
I would love Blueberry next!
ShellyH said…
Peach Raspberry or Peach Blueberry for me
Darlene said…
I would like to see blackberry
Nancy said…
How about Chocolate?

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Tammy Dalley said…
definitely banana strawberry!!

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Heather Kelly said…

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Anne said…
I would have to go with cherry
rubynreba said…
I'd like to see it in key lime.
Unknown said…
i would love to see rasberry lemonade

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