August 17, 2016

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Little Bites Muffins and Nature's Harvest Bread are the ‪#‎LifeoftheLunchbox #Back2School #ad #giveaway‬!

It’s that time of year again! Back to school season is here  and Entenmann’s® Little Bites® muffins and Nature’s Harvest® bread are teaming up, bringing families the PERFECT lunchbox equation!
From July 15th to September 30thEntenmann’s® Little Bites® muffins and Nature’s Harvest® bread are hosting the “Life of The Lunchbox Sweepstakes.” 

Nature's Harvest® bread & Little Bites® muffins are the key to a well-balanced lunchbox. Together they provide good, wholesome choices and make lunchtime easy, delicious, and exciting. Mom & Dad always get an A+ for being sandwich smart & snackalicious! Check out these adorable lunchtime DIY’s using Entenmann’s® Little Bites® Chocolate Chip muffins and Nature's Harvest® Honey Wheat bread:,

Made with Little Bites® signature golden muffins and chock full of delicious chocolate chips, the Little Bites® Chocolate Chip muffins are filled with mega-chocolaty goodness to go! These pre-portioned pouches of delicious bite-sized baked snacks are made with real ingredients and are perfect for today’s families and their on-the-go needs. With over 10 different favors of Little Bites® baked snacks there are plenty of choices for on-the-go snacking. Never any high fructose corn syrup and always zero grams of trans fat!
Nature’s Harvest® Honey Wheat Bread is baked with 8 grams of whole grains per serving and a touch of honey! It’s a delicious step towards getting more whole grains into the lunchbox and reaching the recommended 32-48g of whole grains per day. Help balance your family’s diets with delicious, nutritious whole grains, simply by adding their favorite Nature's Harvest® breads to the grocery basket. In any variety of Nature's Harvest® bread you chose, you can always count on 8 grams or more of whole grains per serving, no high fructose corn syrup, and no artificial flavors or colors.

Looking for ways to make lunches fun? Have a child who likes to try new things? Why not try this recipe!

Strawberry and Goat Cheese Sandwich

  • Nature's Harvest Bread
  • Goat Cheese (softened) or plain white cream cheese
  • Strawberry Jam
  • Strawberries
Lightly toast two pieces of Nature's Harvest Bread. Spread each half with softened goat cheese or plain whipped cream cheese. Top with a thin layer of jam, followed by a layer of strawberry slices. Top with remaining  piece of Nature's Harvest Bread.

A few other back to school lunch tips:
  • Have a basket full of lunch items ready (i.e. Little Bites Muffins, pretzels bagged up, fruit cups, etc.).  This makes it easy to grab and throw in the lunch bags.  Also great for after school snacks, kids can just grab from basket.
  • On Sunday night I make container of fruit, cheese, veggies, etc. and place in the fridge.  This way like above, you can just grab and throw into the lunch bags.
  • Make the sandwiches the night before!
More fun ideas:

Fans can visit to enter for a chance to win a $10,000 savings bond for their child. An additional 100 2nd prize winners will receive a Lunchbox Bundle that includes Little Bites® snacks, Nature’s Harvest® bread and a $50 gift card for school supplies. Check out how to enter and find the rules here

One lucky reader (US only) will win a package valued at $71! The “Life of The Lunchbox”  giveaway package includes:
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