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Funky Monkey Giveaway

  My boys are always ready for a snack. This is especially true once school starts. The first words out of their mouths when they walk in the door are "Can we have a snack??". So, I was happy to try out Funky Monkey Snacks. These snacks are made from full fresh slices and pieces of freeze-dried fruit. I love that the snacks are healthy and my kids love that they are delicious!
They have no added colors, flavors, sugars, or preservatives and they're also gluten-free, certified Kosher, and certified non-GMO. We were sent a sampler pack to try out. We tried the Pink Pineapple first. It was SO good! It did make my 4-year old pucker up a little but he loved them! Th Carnival Mix was a big hit as well. It has freeze-dried organic banana, apple, pineapple and papaya. It was a really nice blend of flavors. My 2-year old is crazy about bananas so he loved the Bananamon flavor which has a touch of cinnamon. the Applemon also has cinnamon and was an all around favorite. I really liked the MangOJ. It had a really unique flavor. The Purple Funk flavor, also includes a├žai, a berry from the Amazon that is viewed as the newest superfood. It was just as yummy as the others! Funky Monkey uses a proprietary manufacturing process that provides a crunchier texture than other freeze dried fruit. We liked this because it was like eating chips, only a lot healthier! These fruit packs are great for healthy snacks as well as perfect for packed lunches at school. They are truly addicting! You can check out their neat website, which also has fun activities as well as a section that lets you create your own funky flavor HERE. You can also connect with them on Twitter and Facebook. One of our lucky readers will win a sampler pack of Funky Monkey Snacks to try for themselves! Disclosure: The product(s) offered for the giveaway are free of charge, no purchase necessary. Any opinions expressed are my own honest opinions and are not influenced by any form of compensation. This giveaway is not in any way endorsed by or affiliated with Facebook. a Rafflecopter giveaway

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