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Yummy in my Tummy

For those of you who have been reading both of my blogs, you probably know Cheeks has ADHD.  So along with some medicine I am in the process of changing not just his but all of the family's diets.  Much to their chagrin but buck up family, it's good for you.

Recently I had the chance to try some Yummy Health products.

 

I was excited because these are good for you foods that taste good.  What more could a mom want?  Well a non picky eater for one thing, which I have the ultimate picky eater.

Needless to say he wouldn't try the Yummy Chocolate Bar or the Yummy Snack Chips.

Fine.
Suit yourself.

I'll try them.

I tried the Snack Chips first.  I did sneak them into Cheeks lunch bag for a snack.  He brought them home opened with just two eaten.  I can't say I blame him on that.  The snack chips were not my favorite.  They are 90% cheese, which is awesome.  It's just both Cheeks and I felt they were really powerful flavor. 

I like my cheese, as does my 6yo, but these snack chips are dense with cheesy flavor.  Almost like the cheese had been sitting around for a while.  Not my favorite item. 

I was sent three samples, and tried all three.  Just not my thing.

Now the Yummy Chocolate Bar...HELLO!  Couldn't taste better.

Imagine my surprise when I bit into it and it tasted like an Almond Joy.  Bring on the chocolate! Yes please! Uno mas por favor. 

These are perfect for a mid-morning snack.  They held me over til lunch and tasted so yummy I was disappointed I only brought one with me.  All about moderation though.

Cheeks, he wouldn't touch it.
I have my hands full but remember picky eater is an understatement.

I will definitely buy the Yummy Chocolate bars.  I think to get Cheeks to try them I will remove the wrapper & just use plastic wrap.  He will gobble it up then!

Have you tried anything by Yummy Health?
If so, what?  I'm dying to know!

*Disclaimer: I did not receive compensation for this post.  However I did receive samples to try*


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