Friday, August 3, 2012

Back to School: Happy Family

As a parent I like to feed my kids the best. Whether you have a baby or a toddler you will love Happy Family organic superfoods.

Happy Family has a variety of foods to choose from including: cereal, munchies, pouches, yogis, puffs, toddler meal bowls, happy babies- frozen, happy bites- frozen, and happy times. These products are 100% organic. Happy Family uses prebiotics, probiotics, dha, choline, and salba which add to the nutritional value of the product. The company is allergy friendly and donates to project peanut butter to help feed malnourished children.
Happy Times Sunflower butter and berry jam bites
Toddler meal bowls vegetable ravioli
Pouches- Strawberry, Kiwi, Beet & Pear and Blueberry, Apple & Purple Carrot
Devouring her Strawberry, Kiwi, Beet and Pear pouch
My kids have sampled a variety of these foods.  The squeeze pouches seem to be one of there favorites. They would eat several at a time if I'd let them. They will ask for a "Squeezy" and proceed to go to the cupboard to get them. 
Jerom also likes the Sunflower butter and berry jam bites. These are individually packed servings making it great for on the go or for in a lunch box. It is made with Sunflower butter so this product is nut free.
He also tried the Carrot, Orange, and Apple chews. These have the feel of a fruit snack. However these are much better for your child then the average fruit snack. They are made with fruits and veggies and include 1 serving of fruit. My son gobbled these up. My daughter however doesn't like fruit snacks and this was no exception.
The yogis are organic freeze dried yogurt snacks. Jerom again loved these. They were perfect for his hands to pick up. They dissolved nicely in his mouth.

I love the variety of products that Happy Family offers. I feel good giving them these products because I know they are made from quality ingredients and they are good for my kids. I love packing the pouches and other foods as snacks for my kids.

Happy Family is sold in a variety of stores including: Target, Sprouts, Kroger, and Whole Foods market. You can also purchase them online. Follow Happy Family on twitter and facebook to hear all about their latest offerings. Also make sure you enter the Back to School giveaway for your chance to win Happy Family products.

14 comments:

Janet W. said...

I would like to try the Blueberry, Apple & Purple Carrot pouch.

mywildcrazylife said...

I love that these are organic, and my kids love the fruit pouches. I will check at my Kroger and see if I can find them!

Brandi Elam said...

My son loves these pouches. I haven't see the Blueberry, Apple & Purple Carrot - I think my son would love to try it!

Danielle Simmons said...

Those sunny buddies are our absolute favorite!! So tasty :)

Minta's Creations said...

I have never heard of these but they sound good.

Zephyr Hill said...

I would be interested in trying the HappyPuffs for my 1 year old baby who loves snacks! Anne Sweden at Zephyr Hill

LauraJJ said...

Oh wow! I have never heard or seen these! I am going to have to track them down. I LOVE those toddler meal bowls! We always keep stuff like that on hand for Carter when we are having something like Tacos that he would not eat. They look really good!
landfjacobson @ charter.net
Laura Jacobson

Sarah said...

I'd get the Happy Tot pouches, my son loves fruit pouches!

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Anna said...

my LO tried the carrot bites this weekend and loved them!

Melanie said...

What great snacks to pack for school, too!

Merry said...

I would love for my daughter to try the various pouches as she is a very picky eater. It would be nice to actually have her enjoy what I'm giving her to eat!
Lisa Hackney

RILEKAT said...

I want to try the Happy Munchies Apple Rice Cakes.

Beth R said...

I love the variety. It is nice to find a company who cares about what kinds of foods your kids eat

Sue Hull said...

The strawberry,kiwi,beets and pear pouch sounds really good.Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

 
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