I Swapped My Teen’s Snacks for Yoplait Yogurt #SwapOne

By | December 19, 2013

Disclosure:  I received complimentary coupons for Yoplait Yogurt to facilitate participation in this challenge.  All opinions stated are my own.

Yoplait Yogurt

You may have seen the fun commercials on tv.  The parents think they are pulling one over on the teens by swapping out one of their snacks for a Yoplait Yogurt, but then the teens make a swap of their own.  I particularly like the one where the girl swaps out the boyfriend her mom doesn’t like for one that is even worse.

I was recently invited to participate in the Yoplait snack swapping challenge.  Fortunately my teens haven’t gotten back at me with a swap of their own 🙂  Seriously though, I try to teach my kids healthy eating, but the older ones are a bit resistant.  They want to eat junk food like their friends. So I compromise and buy them pretzels and crackers for after-school snacks.  Not the best snack options  in the world, but certainly not the worst.  At any rate, for the past couple of weeks, I have been swapping a Yoplait Yogurt cup for one of their snacks – a much healthier option.

Yoplait Yogurt Snack Swap

My teenage son is probably my pickiest eater, so I expected a bit of a fight over it.  I was pleasantly surprised that he ate the Yoplait Strawberry Banana Yogurt without complaint that first week.  The second week, he asked me if I would get more so he could have it everyday after school.  So I then asked if he meant instead of the pretzels.  He actually meant in addition to the pretzels, but I am happy part of his snack is nutritious.   I still can’t get him to try a flavor that isn’t strawberry based, but that’s fine by me.  No matter what the flavor, I love that the yogurt is providing him with plenty of calcium and nutrients.

If you want to try swapping one of your kids’ snacks each week with Yoplait Yogurt, be sure to check out this printable coupon good for 60 cents off any three cups.

I was pleased that the Yoplait snack challenge was a success in our house.  So tell me… Have you made any healthy snack swaps with your kids?  How do you get your kids to make healthier choices?

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