Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Lunchables Jr. review

I was sent a sample of two different flavors of new Lunchables Jr to sample and share.  We received the "Teddy Bear Picnic" and the "Ants on a Log" flavors. We sampled them in the one place my kids always magically seem to be starving...the car!  The Teddy Bear Picnic had Teddy Grahams, dried apple pieces, and peanut butter.  My kids love dipping the Teddy Grahams into the peanut butter and then using that to dip in the apples and have them stick.  The second sample had graham cracker sticks, peanut butter, and raisins.  They liked to actually stick the raisins on top of the grahams, all lined up like ants.  I loved the varieties available, and the kids absolutely adored the taste of both samples.  I found them to be incredible convenient and portable.  The only complaints I had were the size, and the value for the price.  These Lunchables Jr are marketed for kids 3+. My daughter is 3, and this was in no way a big enough snack for her.  The peanut butter comes in a teeny tiny little container, and the compartments for the other snacks were only half filled if that much.  That being said, I went into my local grocery store to check the price.  These cost $2.00 each, which I find to be WAY to expensive for the size/amount of food they contain.  Overall, I would give these a 7 or 8 out of 10.  They are small and portable enough to keep on hand as an emergency snack, but too expensive to eat frequently.

I received this sample free from Crowdtap in exchange for sharing the sample and my opinion of the sample. I was not required to give a positive review. All thought expressed are my own.

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