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Yoplait Go-GURT Gift Pack! Snack Time!

Hey Neighbors!

I don't know how your children are, but mine think a snack is a required meal.  I hate to have them snack on cookies or crackers and other foods like that all the time, so we try to keep some healthier choices around the home.  One of those choices is yogurt.  So, when I received the opportunity to try out the yogurt in a tube, or Yoplait GoGURT, I was sure my children would like it!  They did!



GoGURT is so very convenient.  It is in a tube and you can just tear open the top and enjoy.  No need for spoons or bowls and when your child is done they dispose of the wrapper.  Moms like Go-GURT because they now use natural colors and flavors and Go-GURT contains no high-fructose corn syrup.  They are also a source of vitamins A and D along with calcium.


Go-GURT can go on trips to the park or zoo, to sporting events and practice, you can even freeze it.  Perfect for lunches or afternoon snacks, you can grab and go with Go-GURT.  And they are available in so many flavors!  Mine grabbed one before heading out last night.

Banana SplitBerry Blue BlastBurstin' Melon BerryChill Out CherryCool Cotton CandyPhineas & Ferb Perry BerryPhineas & Ferb Summer PunchSponge Bob Sponge BerrySponge Bob Strawberry RiptideStrawberry Banana BurstStrawberry Kiwi KickStrawberry MilkshakeStrawberry SplashTwisted Screamin Green AppleTwisted Strawberry Mango TangoWatermelon Meltdown

We received 5 coupons for free packs of Go-GURT along with a $25 Target GC to purchase more if we wanted.  I only grabbed two boxes, but I will be going for more this week.  They are grabbing them for snacks throughout the day!  And they each just had one while out raking leaves in the neighborhood.

One neighbor will receive a Go-GURT prize pack, just like mine!  Hurry up and enter and then share the information with someone else.

Thanks for stopping in today!  See you again soon, At the Fence!  Have a great day!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this review.  I did receive product for review purposes from General Mills and My Blog Spark.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.



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Comments

tannawings said…
A scsnt that brings back memories is apples- my Grandmother made wonderful pies

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karenmed409 said…
They pretty much love any flavor, I think they would pick the Burstin' Melon Berry, don't think they have tried that one yet.
Elena said…
the banana split flavor
Ashley said…
They love the cotton candy flavor
JC said…
we like BERRY BLUE BLAST flavor
Mami2jcn said…
My kids like cotton candy.
My son would choose Sponge Bob Strawberry Riptide!
scottsgal said…
strawberry is our fave
DEBIJOT said…
They would like the berry blue blast.
Unknown said…
we would choose berry blue blast
Anonymous said…
I think my kids would pick the Sponge Bob Strawberry Riptide
April Yedinak said…
My kids love Spongebob Strawberry Riptide Go-GURT.

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Nancy said…
Chill Out Cherry sounds good!
Jackie said…
I think my daughter would like the Strawberry Banana Burst.
Thank you!
andrea v said…
Chill out cherry sounds good.
ARWmamaoffive said…
My children LOVE these - especially in the summer - we freeze them and give them frozen gogurt in place of popsicles :) They like anything strawberry flavored the best - especially the Strawberry Banana!
carolwegs said…
I think he would pick chill out cherry. thanks
Anonymous said…
My son likes all of the berry flavored ones!
freebiequeen15 said…
They love cotton candy!
Coolestmommy said…
Phineas & Ferb Perry Berry for certain!!
Coolestmommy said…
I commented on the FL wedding post.
shirley said…
I think they might start with the Watermelon Meltdown.
latanya t said…
Sponge Bob Strawberry Riptide
Kayla said…
Chill Out Cherry!
Shelly Leatham said…
She would go for Strawberry!!
Marti Tabora said…
I'm thinking the banana split would be a favorite in my house. Thank you.
Darlene said…
My granddaughter would probably like the Strawberry Splash
Darlene said…
I did not see your pinterst tab on your website and did not see it when I googled it.
Steph said…
I think my kids would like Phineas & Ferb Perry Berry
Unknown said…
My son is a big fan of strawberry.

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Barbara Montag said…
Kids would pick the Green Apple - thank you.
akronugurl said…
Burstin' Melon Berry is good

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Wendy Rozema said…
my kids favorite flavor is Cool Cotton Candy!
Unknown said…
Would pick the Watermelon Meltdown!!!! my fav
Jenna d said…
My girl loves blueberry blast
My family and I love the cotton candy flavor! Thanks so much
Desiree H
rubynreba said…
Would pick cotton candy!
tawndam said…
Cool Cotton Candy always disappears first ♥
LauraJJ said…
Oh he loves cherries, so I would have to say Chill Out Cherry!
Anonymous said…
Chill out Cherry
Unknown said…
My kids would like cotton candy.

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Cori Westphal said…
I'm thinking my kids would like the Watermelon Meltdown!

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Ashley said…
Definitely the SpongeBob Strawberry Riptide flavor!

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