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Giveaway: Personalized Fruit Roll-Ups

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The Fruit Roll-Up company offers a fun and sweet treat for children that can be personalized just for them. The days of plain old fruit leathers are gone and now you can customize them with your very own designs for any occasion.

I am picking my three favorite responses to win a code for a free box of these designer Fruit Roll-Ups. Each box is a $30 value so this will be a great price to get to give away to our readers.

Please leave a comment and tell me your favorite back-to-school treat to pack in your children’s lunch box. Don’t be shy and please include your recipes! Please submit your response by Friday, July 18th at 8 PM (Eastern Time).

Good luck and I can’t wait to get some inspiration for my son’s lunch box this year!


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    Alot of the special treats that I make for the kids at home can’t be sent to school because we have a peanut-free school, which means that the product can not have even been made in the same factory that peanut products are made in. I always write a special note on my son’s napkin and he loves when I make mini waffle sandwiches. Just toast mini frozen waffles in the toaster, then make a mixture of cream cheese with cinnamon and a little sugar. Spread the mixture on one side of all waffles and add a slice of strawberry or banana to one side of the sandwich. Place the other waffles on the tops and there you go!

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    I make homemade peanutbutter cookes. I sometimes put a thumbprint in the center and fill them with jelly! She knows she is special when I put those cookies in her lunchbox. Sometimes I put a little note in her lunchbox, I have done this since she was in Kindgergarten, just a note telling her “smile, someone loves you” Or “Did I tell you I love you today?” otherwise she gets a banana with a tablespoon of peanutbutter. what can I say? The kid just loves the stuff!LOL

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    Our favorite treat is fudge which is so easy to make in the microwave even though it isn’t very healthy!A bag of semi sweet chips one stick of butter and one 14 oz can of sweetened condensed milk put it all in microwave for 3 min. take it out and let it get cool in fridge. It’s good.

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    Banana bread — using overripe bananas that have gone into the freezer until I’m ready to bake. I substitute applesauce for half the oil in the recipe, and whole wheat flour for half the flour. An easy way to sneak a little better nutrition into a treat!

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    My kids loved and still do cheese and crackers for the healthy and devil dogs for going the other way

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    No kids in school yet, but my husband loves when 1) I pack him cute little notes 2) when his lunch looks like a kindergarteners and his co-workers give him crap b/c he can say to them that his wife packed it with love 3) when I give him a special treat like these chewy treats I pick up from the German butcher. With 2 kids and me working part-time, he understands that special treats don’t necessarily have to be homemade.

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    I love making and sending my homemade granola bars in lunches. I don’t have my recipe handy, but it is very easy and you can add whatever you favor.

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    Little notes and a couple of fun stickers is what my child would really like more then food. But fruit snacks are a favorite and including those would bring a big smile

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    My favorite treat is one I saw in Family Fun Magazine. You take dried apricots and slice the bottom of them, insert a mini pretzel, and poke in a mini chocolate chip for the eye, making them fun, healthy fish!

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