Monday, 4 February 2013

Back to School With Sunraysia Organic - Giveaway Now Closed



Disclaimer: I was not paid for this post. I received some complimentary product for the Giveaway. All opinions are 100% my own.

The kids have now gone back to school. I am slowly getting get back into that familiar routine again. Early mornings, making lunches, nagging asking them about five times to find socks, brush hair, have they got their homework, library book etc., etc.

I like to make their lunches fresh for them in the morning. I make their sandwiches while they are eating breakfast. I get to chat with them about what they have on during the day, in between sips of my coffee to wake myself up a bit.

I am always on the lookout for healthy options for their lunchboxes. I try not to pack them too many processed snacks or sweet stuff. I like the idea of organic fruits and vegetables. Things that are grown without all the poisonous chemicals and sprays must be better for us and our children as well as better for the environment. 


Sunraysia Organic is 100% organic fruit juice with Nothing Added, Nothing Taken Away. It is all natural with no artificial colours and flavours, no chemical pesticides, no genetic modification, no added sugar or preservatives. There are four flavours to choose from – Apple, Apple and Blackcurrant, Orange and Tropical. Sunraysia want everyone to be able to enjoy organic products, not just a special few.

My favourite was the Apple. It tastes sweet and like it has just been juiced. They all taste fresh and just delicious. My kids loved all of them very much.

It comes in a handy and super tough, 200ml pouch with a straw attached. It is very easy to put it into a lunchbox or a picnic bag. It is great to enjoy frozen and very yummy as a slushy. The pouch is 100% recyclable.




~~~ G i v e a w a y ~~~
Now Closed

The very lovely and healthy people at Sunraysia are letting me give away some Organic fruit juice to three lucky winners.

Each winner will get 2 x Apple, 2 x Tropical, 2 x Apple Blackcurrant, and 2 x Orange Sunraysia Organic Juices


All you have to do is answer:-

What healthy snacks do you put into your child’s lunch box for school?


The competition will run from now until Tuesday 12th February, 2013 at 10pm

I will choose 3 winners based on originality, skill and inventiveness in answering the question.

Open to Australia only.

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Sunraysia Organic is available from the big supermarkets. I noticed them in Woolworths this morning and they were 5 for $5.00. It is great for school lunch boxes but it can be enjoyed by everyone in the family.



Melanie

33 comments:

  1. Carrots!!

    jaredandrebekah at gmail dot com

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  2. My son is extremely fussy, but thankfully he likes fruit, so I make a fruit salad of kiwi, strawberries, blueberries, watermelon and grapes. Colourful, delicious and healthy!
    djchilds@hotmail.com

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  3. Kim m galwayst@hotmail.com4 February 2013 at 21:42

    My daughter would not eat sandwiches, but she loves olives (go figure!!), so if I put a breadroll in with olives on it, she would eat it every time!

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  4. A delicious range of homemade dips
    Served with sesame seed biscuit strips
    Or fruit kebabs, they look divine
    The kids' favourite fruits all in a line
    And simple cherry tomatoes and squares of cheese
    Are a welcome favourite and certainly please!
    Sticks of cucumber, or mini feta pies
    Are some healthy snacks this mum supplies!

    (email is kookla123@yahoo.com)

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  5. In this family of mine
    Kids lunches are sublime
    Crackers with hommus, sandwiches on wholemeal
    Fresh fruit is great with yoghurt
    These foods are sure to please
    Gone are chips, biscuits and lollies too
    I've made the switch how about you?
    tonkalass@yahoo.com.au

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  6. youghurt coated sultanas

    frangipanni23@hotmail.com

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  7. Cheese to please,
    Grapes that I freeze,
    A box of organic sultanas.
    and a big yellow banana!

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  8. we like to give them fresh wraps with salad or some tuna and always fruit in summer fruit salad as its refreshing we make home made oat cookies and health bars its a favourite and the apricot balls in summer my kids like a salad with a tina of tuna or even a grape fruit some home made dips with some rice crackers or fresh carotts and celery to eat the dip with these are always a hit in our lunches

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  9. oh and a must for there travels are a bag of dried fruit bananna chips are a hit here and dried apple

    jjam8094@optusnet.com.au

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  10. Surprizingly my son loves a salad sandwich.....
    Plastered with Tomato sauce!
    Carrot sticks
    And green grapes!
    If i put in an apple it HAS TO BE PEELED!
    sqiggles83@hotmil.com

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  11. Sticks of veg & juicy fruit,
    Are always eaten, always beaut,
    Home-made, healthy bites to munch,
    Wraps, quiche ideal for lunch.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  12. Homemade Banana muffins rule the box,
    Everyone wants them and they sure are envied,
    Sweet and healthy, but oh so yummy,
    Friends are made by great lunch box additions

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  13. Homemade Banana muffins rule the box,
    Everyone wants them and they sure are envied,
    Sweet and healthy, but oh so yummy,
    Friends are made by great lunch box additions

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  14. Add leftover, or cook extra, roast pumpkin or sweet potato to sandwiches, wraps and roll fillings. They are naturally sweet and loaded with beneficial antioxidants. Roast vegetables also team well with a range of other fillings. Ahhh, thank God for leftovers!!!

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  15. Cheese Cubes, Grapes and Tiny Teddies
    easy for little hands to pick up and munch on.

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  16. Cheese sticks, apricot and popcorn are winners in out place. Although is popcorn healthy? I am always confused if this is or not.

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  17. my oldest love strawberries in her lunch!

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  18. My kids are loving roasted chickpeas in their lunch box as a snack. I thought they would laugh at me after I first made them but they loved them. A great source of protein.

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  19. Wholemeal crackers with tasty cheese,
    Homemade pizzas go down a treat!,
    They think my banana muffins are yum,
    And fruit- I always add some,
    Wraps and sandwiches with salad and meat,
    They think boiled eggs are good to eat,
    And while chips and chocolate aren't about,
    They don't feel they do without!

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  20. Strawberry and Mango is all the go for my girls lunch box!

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  21. Fruit muffins, banana and date loaf, zucchini chocolate loaf all homemade andnever last long. bread free days also at least 2 fruit and veg in there everyday, yoghurt or a portion of cheese any selection is sure to please.
    operationhotmother@hellokitty.com

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  22. A banana with a message scratched on it's skin ("eat me" "are you having a good day"). Such a surprise when the message darkens and appears at lunch time.

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  23. My son loves creativity so when I make his sandwiches I cut them into dinosaur shapes and star shapes, his watermelon also I do the same as it makes eating it much more fun. One of his teachers told me everytime she sees his sandwiches she always wants to try one.

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  24. Grated cheese, kids love grated cheese!

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  25. I make these really yummy honey and coconut muffins. They are made with yoghurt, banana, coconut and wholemeal flour. At first the kids were not so keen, but now they love them.

    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/1083/banana+honey+muffins

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  26. I love to put in little pattie full of ham and cheese, my son loves them along with some avocado and tomato dip and dry crackers arballantyne@dodo.com.au

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  27. squeezy fruit purees, fresh fruit and fruit juice poppers - these Sunraysia ones would be perfect!

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  28. Ava loves plain popcorn (the stuff you pop yourself) mixed with a handful of sultanas, chopped dried apricots and some pepitas or similar...
    daebritzlara@hotmail.com

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  29. I like to make muffins which contain zuchini, carrots and creamed corn for sweetness. I don't follow a recipe just throw it all in till it looks "about right" :) I freeze extras for breakfast on the run and serve their lunchbox ones with some Aioli for dipping.

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  30. Salad, cut carrot and celery with some mayo for dip. Noone is a fan of sandwiches.

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  31. Salad with carrot and celery sticks, with mayo as dip. Noone really is a fan of sandwiches here

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  32. I try to add lots of healthy colourful snacks to my children's lunchboxes to add a rainbow of fun to their day...

    RED strawberries
    AND YELLOW cheese
    AND PINK ham
    AND GREEN apples.

    PURPLE grapes
    AND ORANGE carrots
    AND BLUE...container filled with yoghurt!

    I can serve a rainbow, serve a rainbow, serve a rainbow of healthy FOOD!!!

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  33. I have the fussiest kids ever, so there is hardly a healthy snack they will eat apart from a homemade muffin with no bits! I am thankful that they love Sunraysia juices and get loads of vitamin C from drinking them - love freezing them so they act as a cooler for their lunchtime sandwiches!

    angieboylan12@gmail.com

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