Big G Cereals Curvy Straws Review and Giveaway

 

    I always try to get my boys to drink the leftover milk from their cereal bowls.  They are both not really big milk drinkers to begin with and I constantly worry about them getting enough calcium in their diets.  As a mother, I know that it is important to monitor their eating habits to make sure that they are receiving enough calcium and Vitamin D.

    What better way to get kids to drink their milk than by slurping it down to the bottom of the bowl with their new Curvy Straws, available in packs of especially marked boxes of Big G cereals.  These collectable, connectable curvy straws come in six different colors and feature beloved Big G cereal characters.

 

    Kids can have a great time mixing and matching them to build bigger and more colorful straws.  Parents can enjoy knowing that their children are building stronger bones and muscles through their increased calcium intake.  The best thing is that kids can also use these straws to enjoy ice cold milk from their favorite drinking glasses as well.

    You can find Curvy Straws in Participating Big G cereals including Cinnamon Toast Crunch® (17 oz.), Lucky Charms®(16 oz.), Reese’s® Puffs (18 oz.), Honey Nut Cheerios® (17 oz.), Trix®(14.8 oz)  and Cocoa Puffs® (16.5 oz).  Made with more whole grain than any other ingredient, Big G cereal, combined with a ½ cup of milk, can help provide a great start to your family’s day!

    Visit this link to download a printable coupon for $1.25 good towards the purchase of any two boxes of participating Big G cereal today!

Giveaway:

One reader of Tough Cookie Mommy will win a prize pack from General Mills containing 1 box of a participating Big G cereal, 1 Curvy Straw, 1 “spilt” milk bowl, 2 glow cups, 2 tangle toys.

 

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Product Review/Giveaway disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above from General Mills and MyBlogSpark to test/review in exchange for my opinion and for the purpose of writing this post. I only recommend products or services I use personally and I believe will be “family friendly.” I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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Comments

  1. My daughter loves her soy milk. I don’t have to get her to drink it all. She pours it on her own now that she is 4.

  2. Brenda Callahan says

    I have no trouble getting the milk down

  3. Patricia says

    My kids are great milk drinkers…no tricks for us.

  4. adding cocoa 🙂 (Louis in rafflecopter)

  5. Kimmiet100 says

    Adding strawberry powder!

  6. Janetfaye says

    I make smoothies with milk, yogurt and fruit.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

  7. Harrisjjj21 says

    My kids love milk so it’s not hard to get them to drink it.

  8. I put chocolate or strawberry syrup in it, they love it.

  9. Annmarie W. says

    My kids are really good about drinking milk. But of course serving chocolate milk makes them that much more likely to drink it all!

  10. Jamie Brigham says

    well my son loves milk now but when he first turned a year old he refused to drink it so I had to use half formula and half milk, then I stepped down and had to use a tiny hit on strawberry syrup now he won’t stop drinking it lol

  11. Paula Tavernie says

    They love milk so I dont have any ideas about that!
    ptavernie at yahoo dot com

  12. Leslie Luke Stanziani says

    When mine were younger we would put a little ovaltine in the milk.

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