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Flash Friday Giveaway!!!

Boys & Girls.
Readers & Lurkers.
I have a Flash Friday Giveaway for you.


Thanks to the fabulous people at SheSpeaks I have been able to try Hormel Complete Kids Meals.




Let me tell you.
These are pretty yummy.

I actually tried one last night.  Yes me, not Cheeks.  He will be trying the other flavors.  I tried Beef Ravioli.  It was the perfect size for a small snack & these meals are the perfect size for Cheeks for lunch.  Excellent too since I can throw it in his lunch bag to take to daycare.

The taste of the sauce was good.  A little much on the sauce BUT I am a girl who subscribes to the theory that a little bit will do ya. 

So in my kit that SheSpeaks sent they included 2 "FREE" coupons for Hormel Complete Kids Meals.  They said I could hand them out to family and friends. 

I chose to have a little giveaway to all my friends on the bloggeroo!

This giveaway will end Monday, April 11th at 8pm est.

What do I have to do? you ask.

Take a gander:

Mandatory entry:
Leave me a comment with what you usually prepare for your kids lunches (at home or for daycare).

Extra entries:
1.  Follow me on Twitter: mkw70

2.  Tweet: Flash Friday Giveaway for Hormel Complete Kids Meals from @mkw70 #giveaway #SShormelkids

3.  Like Meghan's Mindless Mutterings on Facebook & let me know in the comments.

4.  Post about this giveaway on Facebook & leave me the link in the comments.  I will check.

5.  Follow this blog.

That's 5 extra entries, if you wish!

So, what are you waiting for, shoo, enter away :>)

Comments

Brittany A said…
I usually keep it simple and healthy with fresh fruits and veggies, a sandwich, and yogurt.
We usu. pack sandwich, yogurt, juice box and they get a choice of crunchy snack or fresh fruit.

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Mychal B. said…
Most days it's the simple PB&J, on whole wheat bread of course. ;-) Along with their sandwich they get fruit, and some snacky foods.
Susanmeep said…
My daughter usually has peanut butter and jelly for lunch. suelee1998 @ gmail.com
Susanmeep said…
follow you on twitter suelee1998

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Adalia said…
I usually prepare, fruits, vegetables, yogourt, cookies or salads
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Adalia said…
I follow you on Twitter
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MrsScorziello said…
Usually I fix them either Mac n cheese, pb&j or grilled cheese sammies for lunch.

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MrsScorziello said…
I follow you on twitter

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MS Mom said…
I already "Like" you on FB so I cant "re-Like" you.
So instead here's my comment entry. Yay me!
PB&J or turkey on wheat is what ConnorB gets for lunch with yogurt or jello and crackers instead of chips.
Angie said…
My kids usually go for a sandwich or some chef boyardee product for lunch when their home
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Shannon said…
My son loves grilled cheese. I will also give him fruit and a sippy of milk.
shannonforpeace(at)gmail.com
Gina said…
They usually get sandwiches
Gina said…
I follow you on twitter (@wrestlingaddict)
Gina said…
Tweet http://twitter.com/#!/wrestlingaddict/status/57579050239131648
Gina said…
Like you on Facebook and left a comment (facebook.com/ginaturner)
Shannon said…
I follow you on twitter @shannonforpeace shannonforpeace(at)gmail.com
Shannon said…
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