#NoTradesies Lunches with Snack Pack! {Giveaway}

My kids are super picky eaters and packing lunches can be a nightmare. While at home and on the road they would be gobbling up peanut butter sandwiches, at school this simply isn’t an option and their choices are limited. One thing they will never trade or send back home at the end of the day with the age old excuse “I didn’t have enough time” is Snack Pack Puddings!

As part of the Snack Pack #NoTradesies blog tour, my task was to send the boys back to school after the holidays with a lunch that the boys would love. Trust me, we needed the Snack Packs to brighten the day for Middle Man. While my oldest was eager to head back to grade one on boxing day, Middle Man vowed never to return to JK again! A great lunch was the one of my ploys to get him out the door!

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So as you can see, the boys received a special lunch filled with blueberries, yogurt covered raisins, a puzzle shaped grilled cheese sandwich, jello and a very tasty Snack Pack pudding! We have a balanced lunch day at our school which means two opportunities to eat, which is why the boys bring two drinks for the day, apple juice and milk.

snack pack towerAbout Snack Pack:
Snack Pack is made with skim milk
Snack Pack Juicy Gels are made with real fruit juice
All Snack Pack puddings have no preservatives or trans-fats
Snack Pack is spoonable, snackable and portably delicious
They come in a range of delicious flavours such asToffee Caramel and Ice Cream Sandwich

Here’s a few creative lunch tips from Snack Pack! 

  • *Can’t get your kids to eat their fruit? Adding Snack Pack to the mix turns fruit into a tasty, dip-able adventure. Try the Caramel Apple, all it takes is some apple slices and a Toffee Caramel pudding.
  • *Sandwich Shape-up: Even a favourite sandwich can seem boring and routine when it shows up in the lunchbox day after day. Keep things interesting and kids engaged by breaking out the cookie cutters and cutting the sandwiches into fun shapes.
  • *Kebab it up: skewering some bite-sized veggies on a kebab with a side of veggie dip is a different and fun way to make sure veggies are not coming home at the end of the day.
  • *Utensils are key: let your kids pick out their utensils, napkins and lunchboxes. They definitely won’t be reaching for the aluminum, and giving them a say means they will take pride in their lunch pack. Have bright, colourful spoons on hand so kids can choose whether it’s a yellow, blue or orange kind of day!

Visit the Snack Pack Canada Facebook Page for more fun ideas on how to create a No Tradesies lunch for your child! 

Need some help yourself in the lunch department? Enter Below to win a fun Snack Pack “No Tradesies” Prize Pack including two delicious flavours of Snack Pack pudding, Lunch Punch Sandwich Cutters, Happy Spoons, a mini portable travel speaker and a tote-able lunch bag consisting of a cooler bag and four leak-proof, compartmentalized food container, a $50 value

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  1. Sabrina Pallotta says:

    Would take my best friend

  2. My daughter loves her lunchmates
    thanks

  3. SHON SZEZENDOR says:

    sub sandwich for my daughter .

  4. Andrea B. says:

    Their juice boxes are something they would never trade. They love those things.

  5. My daughter would never trade her fruit – she loves it!

  6. chocolate milk

  7. fruit or my grandson

  8. my home made muffins

  9. Christy Martin says:

    For some reason, bananas!

  10. My son would never trade his fresh berries (strawberries, blueberries or blackberries).

  11. Sandra Conner says:

    My son would never trade pudding, cheese strings or yogurt!

  12. Victoria Ess says:

    Cheesestrings

  13. My kids love their fresh fruit and juice boxes

  14. My daughter shares everything, she always wants to make sure everybody has something, even if it means her tummy goes empty.

  15. Tammy Dalley says:

    My son would never trade his crackers!!!

  16. Plums.

  17. Pizza Lunchables

  18. Grissini …. his Italian breadsticks.
    Cheers.

  19. Cookies!!

  20. granola bars or pudding!

  21. Caitlin McClure says:

    Bananas 🙂

  22. Haylie Langwald says:

    Chips and salsa

  23. my son eats bread and pasta only, he’s very picky

  24. Chips!

  25. Louise Gilbert says:

    pizza

  26. Teresa M. says:

    Marmite and Peanut Butter would never get traded. Not many children like Marmite but in our house it is a British Staple.

  27. Cheese strings

  28. Jennifer L. says:

    My son loves cookies.

  29. My boys always loved their apples!

  30. Belinda McNabb says:

    The juice box

  31. My boys would never trade up strawberries.

  32. Brenda Penton says:

    Lunch-mates! They hardly get them so they love getting them as a treat.

  33. Leslie Galloway says:

    My daughter would never trade her pudding!

    Facebook Name: Leslie Galloway (www.facebook.com/GallowayLeslie)

  34. Cookies and juice.

  35. Anu Chopra says:

    My son would never trade his juice box and cookies!

  36. vegis

  37. My son would NEVER trade a peanut butter bar (the kind with whole peanuts, oats, and peanut butter) 🙂

  38. Heather Wone says:

    My daughter loves apple sauce and yogurt! Pack one or the other for her in her school lunch all week!

  39. SweetPanda says:

    My daughter would never trade her fruit! She loves her fruit and always asks for more

  40. sandra schultz says:

    They love their salt and vinegar goldfish….

  41. My grandson would never trade blueberries.

  42. Danielle Wood says:

    Fruit Snacks definitely

  43. Turkey bacon. Kids ask to trade but he won’t.

  44. My kids would never trade my homemade granola bars! Of course they wouldn’t! Right? 😀

  45. Frozen grapes.

  46. handi snaks

  47. Doris Calvert says:

    Blueberries, Pudding and Yop

  48. Banana

  49. cheese, homemade snack mixes, and granola bars

  50. Nena Sinclair says:

    Their chocolate milk!

  51. Karla Sceviour says:

    my son loves bologna sandwiches!!

  52. Maegan Morin says:

    My sons favorite lunch item is his pudding!!! Hope I win 😀

  53. Brianne Hager says:

    My children are homeschooled, so they don’t take a lunch anywhere, but their favorite lunch would probably be grilled cheese sandwiches and soup.

  54. my son is only 1, but he won’t trade his crackers for anything

  55. Cheese Strings

  56. Anne Taylor says:

    My grandkids love my home made cookies!

  57. Mini cucumbers.

  58. peanut butter and jelly sandwich

  59. Fruit/berries – they love it, almost all of it.

  60. Carol Denny says:

    Bear Paw cookies

  61. SueSueper Sue says:

    I think it would have to be cookies! Oreo maybe!

  62. would never trade her Salmon sandwiches

  63. peanut butter & jelly sandwiches

  64. lori butler says:

    any cheese he has

  65. Sunshine G says:

    The child, if she had her way, would be entirely comprised of cheese.

  66. My kids love crispy minis rice cakes.

  67. Lee Pearson says:

    My daughter loves her grapes and would never trade them.

  68. holly messana says:

    my children would never trade their oranges

  69. Neither of my boys would ever trade leftover Indian Rice whether it was warm in their thermoses or cold. Weird, but true!

  70. Kristi Renout says:

    Cheese string

  71. rice krispie squares

  72. Kyl Neusch says:

    chocolate milk

  73. I recently packed lunches for my grandchildren and the things they loved were muffins and fruit kabobs. They were always eaten!

  74. Michelle B says:

    My son would never trade his banana bread

  75. anything with chocolate

  76. janice budgell pollard says:

    Cheese strings or apples….
    janicebudgellpollard at hotmail dot com

  77. he loves his Sunchips

  78. Katharine W says:

    She loves her fruit – grapes, kiwi, berries.

  79. Jennifer Abbott says:

    blueberries or grapes.

  80. cheese or carrot muffin

  81. His juice box

  82. Marti Parks says:

    My son would never trade his chocolate milk.

  83. Bob Cronkwright says:

    Viva Puffs

  84. Definitely the fruit kebabs I make for them; would never trade those!

  85. Marlene V. says:

    Grapes

  86. My son loves his apple juice boxes.

  87. Lindsay Cyr says:

    My daughter loves her cheesestrings!

  88. jello!

  89. Chocolate milk!

  90. Lisa Cannavan says:

    Kids love pudding

  91. leftover spaghetti- he BEGS me to make enough so he canhave it for lunch the next day

  92. yogurt

  93. Chocolate Pocky sticks

  94. Cathy Cathy says:

    they both like these Taco Bell style crunch wraps I make using a panini press. They don’t seem to trade those. They don’t trade homemade cookies either

  95. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    chocolate milk

  96. Lisa Smith says:

    Baby Belle Cheese

  97. Mike Gismondi says:

    avocado

  98. reese chocolate

  99. Carole Dube says:

    chocolate milk

  100. Lori Bazan says:

    chocolate milk

  101. Milk (? lol)

  102. Their chocolate milk!

  103. Cheese

  104. They love their juice boxes. I Don’t buy any other juice for the house so it’s always a treat.

  105. Soup!

  106. Kiwi

  107. Florence C says:

    Pudding cups

  108. never trade gummies

  109. Elaine Jasvins says:

    My daughter would give anything away but they are not allowed ather school.

  110. danielle t says:

    i’m not sure. i know they are not allowed to share lunches, so it’s never come up. but the other day we had giant Cchip cookies (like the size of her face)that gramma bought at costco. i gave her one to make her smile. she wanted me to take it out. she said it was just too big for her to eat. i told her cookies are never too big and i was leaving it in her lunch

  111. yogurt

  112. Cheese

  113. Her lunchables.

  114. paula huie says:

    my son would never trade his aunt annes organic cheese rabbit crackers lol

  115. Monique Rizzo says:

    Bagel and cream cheese.
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill12@gmail.com

  116. Chocolate milk!

  117. Banada Bread!

  118. julie_bolduc says:

    muffins

  119. heather holmberg says:

    My daughter loves green apple slices ! Some times she takes them plain, some times she dips them in peanut butter, or for a treat fluffernutter !

  120. my mom use to give me leftovers from the night before…those were never traded, no one wanted it. LOL

  121. Amy Brown says:

    my daughter wouldn’t trade her banana bread

  122. Adriana F says:

    Cheese and crackers

  123. Homemade cookies

  124. Baby Bel Cheese

  125. harvinderks says:

    My daughter would never trade cookies. They are her weakness (mine too)!

  126. jaymie Martin says:

    Babybells and mini granola bars

  127. Jl Johnson says:

    hummus and pita
    luckyseattlemom at gmail dot com

  128. Homemade muffins – I bake a ton and freeze them individually and send different muffins daily (banana, banana chocolate chip, rhubarb, blueberry, oatmeal ect)

  129. cathy henatyszen says:

    pudding is not tradable

  130. Strawberries

  131. Elaine Jasvins says:

    My daughter would not trade my homemade cookies.

  132. My DD loves her yogurt

  133. Homemade chocolate chip cookies and my canned peaches

  134. sandra mitchell says:

    homade banana bread

  135. cookies and chocolate pudding

  136. Cris Henry says:

    cheese strings!!!!

  137. Grapes my little one loves her grapes!!

  138. sheryl cullum says:

    Her applesauce

  139. Ice Cream Sandwich pudding!

  140. bina edwards says:

    carrot stick or mini carrots
    califlower and dip
    salad
    oranges
    pickles

  141. A slice of cold pizza. We do not have that all the time but something my son enjoys.

    silverneon2000 at yahoo dot com

  142. Liveyourlife101 says:

    Cheese strings.

  143. cucumbers, lol

  144. lisa bolduc says:

    fresh strawberries

  145. My little guy LOVES cheese!

  146. Janelle K says:

    Pudding or yogurt would be my oldest son’s favorite lunch items!

  147. PB&J sandwhich

  148. Mine love their homemade chocolate chip cookies in their lunches. My daughter always takes an extra container in her lunch with cookies for her friends.

  149. Rice Krispie Squares – but they have to be the ones you write on! 🙂

  150. Would never change is their gummy fruit strips.
    Great giveaway too.

  151. their fruit roll up —– Pauline aka Paol Trenny ….. emscout9 at Hotmail dot com—– Pauline aka Paol Trenny ….. emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

  152. dunkaroos! 🙂

  153. Judy Cowan says:

    Would never trade homemade cookies

  154. Tracy Martin says:

    Cashews, some chocolate pieces and blueberries!

  155. MG Domville says:

    Tasty pudding!

  156. Michelle R. says:

    Any type of pretzels, she loves them.

  157. They would ever trade sandwiches made with homemade bread

  158. Dessert

  159. Suzanne Weller says:

    Chocolate Brownies

  160. yogourt

  161. giahung la says:

    chips

  162. Cheesestrings or strawberries. But they would share!

  163. pudding

  164. Mitch Estrada says:

    Chips

  165. pudding!

  166. pudding

  167. Joe Louis!

  168. stephen k says:

    hummus and veggies

  169. Chocolate Muffin

  170. Deb Dorrington says:

    Grapes and apple muffins!!!

  171. Lunchmates!

  172. lunchmates or chocolate pudding

  173. homemade pudding or watermelon and green grapes!

  174. strawberries

  175. Melanie Montgomery says:

    any kind of lunchables.

  176. cookies

  177. Pomegranet!

  178. String Cheese.

  179. chocolate pudding

  180. Serena Powell says:

    PB&J

  181. pickles

  182. Brenda Lacourciere says:

    Tuna salad.

  183. Snack Pack Pudding, of course.

  184. minigos

  185. Crackers and Cheese

  186. Lisa Garner says:

    My son loves his Black Forrest gummies with fruit centers.

  187. Pudding, for sure 🙂 Or cookies.

  188. peanut butter and jelly or peanut butter and fluff

  189. Never trade chips or cheetos

  190. Jennifer R says:

    strawberries

  191. chips!

  192. chips

  193. lunchables

  194. Turkey sandwiches is a non trade item

  195. Kelly Bowron says:

    My daughter won’t trade her fruit especially strawberries,

  196. Jill Myrick says:

    My daughter does not trade her pudding, And my son doesn’t trade his fruit cups.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

  197. Sam Nazari says:

    You would not believe it but he loves his oranges!

  198. Yogurt covered raisins.

  199. Valerie Theberge says:

    My daughter would never trade her chocolate milk.

  200. Paula Michele Hafner says:

    Fruit Snacks

  201. Eileen Burke says:

    On the rare occasions I buy them, lunchables.

  202. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    peanut butter and homemade jelly
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  203. Lisa Marie Anctil says:

    Anything junk food related lol!

  204. chicken and rice she loves it!

  205. Karen Gonyea says:

    Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup 🙂

  206. They love cheese & crackers.

  207. Aimee Fontenot says:

    Peanut butter sandwiches

  208. Tracey Collins says:

    mac n cheese

  209. Remi Martin says:

    The little tender bars!

  210. susan smoaks says:

    our son really loves his sandwich he won’t trade it for anything!

  211. Amity Johnson says:

    ..anything related to, including or like salami! 🙂

  212. Rachel Ellis says:

    My son would never trade his turkey sub.

  213. Michelle Tucker says:

    I don’t have any children but my nieces and nephews love grapes. And olives.

  214. Granny smith apples.

  215. Animal cookies!

  216. My kids love their fruit cups!

  217. jennifer capin says:

    cucumbers

  218. String cheese

  219. Sheryl Pike says:

    cheese stringers! Good luck everyone 🙂

  220. Debbie Petch says:

    Never the yogurt!

  221. Cheryl Reinhardt says:

    CHEESE !!!

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