Make a Healthy Packed Lunch with BEAR Yoyos

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Do you have problems getting your kids to eat fruit and making them a healthy packed lunch? My eldest daughter is a massive fruit fan – you name it, she’ll eat it. Actually more than just eat it, she’ll love it! But my second daughter is the complete opposite, if she thinks it might possibly be a fruit of some kind, she refuses to go anywhere near it. The jury’s still out when it comes to baby Iris, who knows which way she’ll go. Hopefully she’ll be somewhere in the middle.

My little stubborn daughter thinks all fruit are evil. I honestly don’t understand it, she won’t try any fruit at all. It drives me crazy! I’ve tried tempting her with juicy red strawberries, cut up apple segments, sweet red grapes, oranges, mangos, you name it, I’ve tried it. With no success.

When it came to making her a healthy and nutritious packed lunch I used to really struggle. Thankfully she’s always been happy to eat vegetables and salad bits, so I could always include cherry tomatoes, cucumber and cut up carrots. But when it comes to a piece of fruit for a naturally sweet end to the meal, I’d get stuck.

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At last I’ve found the perfect answer. BEAR Yoyos are made with 100% pure fruit and count as one of your five a day. They are available in six tasty recipes; Strawberry, Apple, Blackcurrant, Mango, Raspberry and Pineapple, all containing no added nonsense.

And the best thing is, she’s more than happy to eat them at the end of her lunch (or the beginning – if nobody’s watching!). It’s always good when you find a solution that keeps everyone happy isn’t it?

So if you’re struggling to make a healthy packed lunch, try these clever little packs of rolled up baked fruit. They’ve worked a treat for me!

To find out more visit: http://www.bearnibbles.co.uk/ or follow @Follow_the_bear.

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