YoKids sMOOthies Review - Our Daily Green

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

YoKids sMOOthies Review


Just in time for summer travel, Our Daily Green has a special review for our readers. It's hard to find healthy food on the road. When we were contacted by the folks at Stonyfield to do a review of their newest yogurt product, we were thrilled.

We have a darling niece and nephew who love to help out Aunt FreshGreenKim with reviews, especially if it's something to eat! When we received our coupons for 6-packs of YoKids sMOOthies, they went straight to our favorite little ones and we patiently awaited their input.

The kids loved them! In their own words, as told to my sister-in-law,
Layla says: Yummy! Really yummy! I love them sooo much too! Louie says: Very creamy. I really like their strawberry banana! I like yo kids better than [other brand, non organic] yogurt smoothies.
The picture below has a cute story. They loved testing the sMOOthies so much, but my sister-in-law couldn't find her camera and made them wait to finish the last two. But my little niece secretly drank one and put the empty in the recycling bin. Shen she confessed that she drank one of the last smoothies, there was only one left for my nephew.

organic yogurt drink by stonyfield
Therefore, the pictures shows my triumphant nephew enjoying the last remaining smoothie and my sad niece learning a lesson .
They said, "Thank you for the free organic goodness!"

Even more interesting, their mom had the opportunity to explain why the strawberry yogurt wasn't bright pink or red like the others they have had. Thanks to Stonyfield for leaving the dye out of YoKids sMOOthies!

If you'd like to win free Stonyfield Yogurt for a year, CLICK HERE to enter their Facebook contest.


Ingredients:
CULTURED PASTEURIZED ORGANIC LOW FAT MILK, ORGANIC SUGAR, ORGANIC CARROT PUREE, ORGANIC STRAWBERRY PUREE, ORGANIC BANANA PUREE, NATURAL FLAVOR, ORGANIC TAPIOCA STARCH, ORGANIC RADISH AND ORGANIC BLACK CURRANT JUICE CONCENTRATES (FOR COLOR), VITAMIN D3. CULTURES: S. THERMOPHILUS, L. BULGARICUS, L. ACIDOPHILUS, BIFIDUS, AND L. RHAMNOSUS

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