Toddlers Snack Healthy with Grapes from Mexico

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I participated in a Blog Blast Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Grapes from Mexico. I received a promotional item to thank me for my participation.

My 2 year old daughter, Kayleigh, is a really picky eater.  Trying to get her to eat healthy is kind of a chore most of the time, but there is one healthy snack that she absolutely loves, and that is grapes.  We buy grapes pretty much every time we hit up the grocery store, because she eats them up so fast. 

Grapes from Mexico

Grapes are a snack that I can also enjoy with her, as they are less than 100 calories per serving!  I’ve been trying to watch my weight since having my son in March, so a healthy, low-calorie snack is a must for me.

We love to buy Grapes from Mexico.  They are 100% farm packed and on their way to stores the day after they are picked, so you know they will still be super fresh when you take them home. 

 

Grapes from MexicoI love snacking on grapes because they are very filling, and there are really a lot of things you can do with them.  They are great just as is, but they are also delicious when frozen, tossed in a salad, covered with yogurt, etc.  They are also super easy to travel with.  Just pack a bunch of grapes in a baggy or a sealed container, and you’re good to go.  It’s a no fuss snack!

If you’re a grape lover like I am, you should visit GrapesfromMexico.com to enter their Snack On! Sweepstakes through Sunday, September 27, 2015.  All you have to do to enter is visit their website or Facebook page, and you’ll be entered to win a $100 grocery gift card (awarded weekly), a deluxe picnic basket with cooler, and/or Bluetooth Speaker.  You can enter every day until September 27th for a daily chance to win!  For a chance to win additional prizes, you can take a fun “Snack On” quiz and survey that shows how Grapes from Mexico stack up against other snack options.  Good luck!  :)

How do you like to eat your grapes?  I’d love to hear some of your fun and creative ideas!

 

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