The Right Road to Treat Street – Disney D-Lightful Challenge Week 10

When Jackson and Olivia come home from school in the afternoon, they are famished. They run through the door practically begging for a snack.

I would love to be the kind of mom who had a healthy, colorful snack waiting on the kitchen table when the kids come home each day….but that’s just not me. More often than not, the kids snack on something quick and easy (and not always healthy!).

What do your kids love to snack on in between meals? Do they grab an apple to munch on or do they reach for a cookie? Are you the kind of mom who bakes new snacks each day or stock the kitchen shelves with snacking staples?

This week’s Disney D-Lightful Living video challenge is all about helping kids snack in moderation. Kids are going to snack….how do you find the balance between healthy alternatives and those snacks that your kids want to eat?

Try these tips from Disney to guide your kids to enjoy treats in moderation:

  • Treats in moderation are a great way to celebrate and bring smiles to the faces in your family
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  • Kids love to use their imagination, get your kids involved with making delicious treats so they feel accomplished

 

Enter to Win!

Enter now for a chance to win this week’s featured “Right Road to Treat Street” products. To enter this giveaway, simply leave a comment on this post with your kids’ favorite mid-day snack. The prize pack includes:

  • Cookies by Design Cookie Arrangements (Edible custom cookie arrangements)
  • Lofthouse Cookies (Bite-sized sugar cookies with creamy frosting and butter vanilla cookies topped with colorful sugar crystals in the shapes of Disney characters)
  • Frankford Candy Disney • Pixar Cars-inspired Dig ‘n Dips
  • PEZ Dispenser
  • I3’s – Disney•Pixar Cars-Shaped Gummies
  • Insignia Snack Bags (Disney·Pixar Cars- and Disney Princess-themed snack bags)

 

This giveaway will end on November 29, 2011 at midnight ET and a winner will be chosen at random and announced on Sunday in the weekly Around The Blogosphere. Please see our site’s terms and conditions for more information.
 

D’Lightful Living Grand Prize Sweetpstakes

Getting kids to become animated about healthy lifestyle habits is not always easy. To thank families for striving to embrace healthy habits and following the 12-week D-Lightful Living program, Disney Consumer Products (DCP) invites fans to enter to win the ultimate grand prize – a trip for four to a special Disney Magic of Healthy Living experience at a Disney resort in 2012. Fans can enter now through Dec. 11 by visiting the D-Lightful Living portal on DCP’s official Facebook page, Disney Living.

 

Please note that we are compensated Disney Brand Ambassadors, but as I said, our love of Disney and all of our opinions are completely our own!

Written by Janice Croze, co-founder of 5 Minutes for Mom.

Wanna chat? Find me at: @5minutesformom, @janicecroze and Facebook.com/5minutesformom.

Comments

  1. June says

    This all looks soooooo yummy, my sweet tooth is starting to bother me right now! But I will go with a healthy snack of carrot sticks, shucks.

  2. Amanda Ro. says

    My 4 yr old niece absolutely loves oranges. Whether they be the “baby” oranges, or just a fruit cup, they’re her favorite food. She usually follows up with a little fruit snack or some crackers.

  3. patricia white says

    My daughter likes to eat sliced apples and she loves peanut butter and jelly sandwiches…..sometimes she will go for some crackers with cheese….she loves yogurt too….she is a good eater :)

  4. Shari says

    Oh, my little fellow would love that! Let’s see… believe it or not, his favorite snack is sliced apples, but he also loves pretzels. :)

  5. says

    My toddler eats anything (whew!) but my 6 yr old is picky. Fortunately, what she likes most is healthy “whole” foods, and prefers apple slices, sugar snap peas, mini carrots, and string cheese.

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