Friday, April 5, 2019

Giveaway: GardenLites - Veggies Made Great®

Garden Lites: Veggies Made Great®, the delicious vegetable company and leader in unique veggie-rich foods, will make the Easter Bunny proud this year by sneaking vegetables like carrots and zucchinis into your favorite Easter holiday traditions. With the mission of getting people of all ages hooked on veggies, Garden Lites: Veggies Made Great makes eating your daily dose of vegetables easy, fun and delicious with a full lineup of healthy, veggie-packed products such as Muffins, Superfood Veggie Cakes, Frittatas, Bakes, Bites and Waffles! From the little ones to the elder ones, everyone will love how many options Garden Lites has to offer this Easter. . . and guess what, they’ll never know that veggies are ALWAYS the first ingredient!

All Garden Lites products are made with only clean and simple ingredients and are gluten-free, non-GMO, allergy-free, nut-free, soy-free and kosher. 

Let Garden Lites: Veggies Made Great help you sneak veggies into your Easter festivities this year, making the holiday a little bit healthier and just as delicious! Feel good about the food that you are feeding your family this Easter and every day.

Garden Lites: Veggies Made Great products can be found nationwide,  in Costco, Kroger, Meijer, Target, Shop Rite, Publix, Stop & Shop, Giant, HEB, Ralph’s, Fry’s, Whole Foods, and many more retailers. To learn more about Garden Lites and where to buy go or .

About Garden Lites ®:
Garden Lites ® is a New Classic Cooking, LLC brand based in Avenel and Rahway, NJ. Since 2008, Garden Lites has raised the bar in healthy foods by delivering surprisingly delicious veggie-rich foods. Garden Lites is the recipient of numerous awards, including; Women’s Health Top Health Picks; Cooking Light - The Healthiest Frozen Foods in the Supermarket: Breakfast; Grocery Headquarters Trailblazer Award; Parents Magazine 25 Best Frozen Food for Families;  Gluten Free Digest Chocolate Muffins; 2015 Pioneers of Better For You: Refrigerated and Frozen Foods and  Runner’s World Editor’s Pick.

I have the chance to give away coupons for free products! I've tried these before and they're really quite good - my kids enjoy them too. To enter, leave a comment with your favorite way to encourage kids to eat veggies.


  1. I have to offer my son something to dip his food in to get him to eat it. His favorites are ranch dressing and ketchup. reklaw422 at Hotmail dot com

  2. we have a garden, the boys enjoy picking the veggies when they are ripe. they like most of them raw not cooked.

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