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Funny Face Dried Cranberries Review and Giveaway

 I am always looking for healthy snacks for my children. The problem is when you go to the store it can be almost overwhelming looking over labels to find something that isn't full of the bad things I don't want in their bodies. Recently I was given a chance to review a product called Funny Face Dried Cranberries.
I am a really big fan of dried fruits, they can provide so many things to our bodies in the way of energy and vitamins. When these arrived in the mail the kids were all eager to try these! So they sat down and each had a couple of each flavor(Rootin' Tootin' Raspberry and Choo Choo Cherry ) They had a hard time deciding a favorite flavor! I have to say though my favorite had to be the Choo Choo Cherry! They were sweet and full of flavor but not so sweet that they were gross or you wondered what was giving them that flavor. We had so much fun playing with the cute stuff they sent and eating cranberries.
 Stay tuned for a great new cookie recipe we made with these! I will update this post when it is up so that everyone can see it.
Looking for more fun facts??
- Produced by the Decas company of Massachusetts, family owned and operated for over 75 years (that's a lot of cranberries!)
- Funny Face Cranberries have 1/2 the sugar of traditional dried cranberries, no fat, gluten free and 5x the fiber
- Funny Face created an online world of FUN with recipes, contests, coloring books, health tips, parenting advice and more
- The Funny Face characters were originally designed by Pillsbury in the 1960's
 Funny Face Dried Cranberries would love to share the healthy love with my readers! If you would like a chance to win please make sure to fill out the Rafflecopter below.
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Jan Lee said…
I think Cherry Cranberry would be my favorite :)
Angie said…
Grape, I think.
Jessica Hager said…
I think I would want to try the strawberry flavored ones.
Anne said…
(Pssst... The tweet that pops up with the "tweet about this giveaway" button isn't about this giveaway. It's about some toy. Thought you might want to know.)
Anne said…
I'd like to try the Rootin' Tootin' Raspberry flavor.
eclairre said…
Rootin' Tootin' Raspberry flavor.
Anne said…
Rootin' Tootin' Raspberry for me, please!

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