Monday, February 15, 2010

Betty Crocker Tattooed Mikayla's Tongue and a Giveaway

If you are a parent and I was at your house and opened your pantry, I wouldn't be surprised to find these in there.

 

Recently I was lucky enough to score a review of Betty Crocker Fruit Flavored Snacks, a product that has been a regular in my pantry for years already.  There's something about these sticky, gooey sheets of fruitiness that kids just love. Getting a tattoo on your tongue is an added bonus and just plain fun.




This product review has been extra special because on specially marked boxes you'll find a code to enter at Win One Give One, with a chance to win a laptop.  For every laptop won, another is given to a child in Africa by Betty Crocker.  Not only that, but MyBlogSpark, who provided me this review, has already donated $25 to Win One Give One, in my name.

Now Betty Crocker and MyBlogSpark want to take things one step further by offering this same deal to one of my lucky readers.  Two boxes of Betty Crocker Fruit Flavored Snacks will be mailed to you and a $25 donation made to Win One Give One, in your name.  You will also have a chance to enter two different codes to win a free laptop, one for you, and one for a needy child in Africa.  You can't beat that, can you?

For a chance to win, just leave a comment on this post.  A winner will be chosen with the random number generator thingy and will be announced on Wednesday.  From there I will just need the winner's contact info and MyBlogSpark will mail out your goodies!

So what are you waiting for?  Leave a comment and cross your fingers!


Pssst! If you love me, you might love my stupid sister more. Go visit her at Jill's Believe it or Not, and tell her I sent you!

22 "Sister" Lovin' Friends Said:

  • MJ's doghouse

    pick me pick me...i wonder though if i can win if i live in canada...if i can...pam rouleau is the name...and winning laptops is the game...if you need more info let me know

  • Beckie

    I love Fruit Roll-Ups! Sign me up!

  • Gucci Mama

    I have never had a fruit roll up. It looks like I've been missing something really fantastic and so now instead of leaving a coherent, thought provoking and/or pithy comment, I have to go to the store. I WANT a tongue tattoo.

  • Jason, as himself

    We've had these in our cupboard, but not for a long time. I'm sure Diego would love having his tongue tattooed.

  • Jo

    What a great give away - looks like a win-win....and you even get a tattooed tongue..lol

  • Jill

    I loved it when Alex would come by me with her tongue hanging out attempting to ask me if I could tell what it was. LOL

  • Aimee

    My kids love Fruit Roll-Ups, but I don't indulge them very often because they zip through a box in about 2 days!

  • Happy To Be/ Gl♥ria

    Justine don't enter me...don't do fruit thingys....Just stoped by to say Hi...Thanks for coming by and seeing me girl...Oh Len and fruit doesn't do well with his insulin so I try not to keep sweets in the house...Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

  • niartist

    Those little tattoo on the tongue things make me think of Tamara (Real Housewives of OC) and her son who tattooed the inside of his lip. What did it say again? Pookie? Shnookie? I don't know - but her reaction to it was timeless! LOL! I love me some fruit snacks though - so put me in for the pair! Those won't last an hour in my house! LOL!

  • Grand Pooba

    I want a cool tattooed tongue!

    I'm SO in!

  • Stacy (the Random Cool Chick)

    Princess Nagger LOVES the tattoo fruit roll-ups! She'll tattoo her tongue then admire it in the mirror, giggling hysterically. ;) What a cool thing Betty Crocker is doing! :)

  • Janean

    it embarrassing to say that *some* adults enjoy an occasional fruit roll-up and try to think of a way to incorporate them into adult desserts...uh-hem, i'm not saying WHO, but.... LOL

  • Michele

    My kids used to eat those things like crazy when they were little. I'll have to start stocking up now for little Liam (or maybe his mother!!!).

    Hugz,
    Michele

  • Shelia

    Hi Justiney! Oh, how fun. Now I like fruit rollups and haven't had any in years! Now I want one of those tongue tattoos! How cute!! I think a lot of fun goes on at your house! :)
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  • Resh Rene`

    Forget giving them to the kids...those are my FAVES!! I like to buy a box and eat them all before they get home...So your giveaway would mean my boys actually get some too! Bahaha

  • Gayle

    Hey Justine,
    Don't enter me. Just stopping by the say hi, check out your blog for today and see if you know of a blog for Becky (the schmeckster) or
    Patrick Lord????

    I cancelled my facebook (too many strangers asking me to accept them and it freaked me out!)but Becky and Patrick contacted me via facebook and I don't know how to reach them.
    Any help would be appreciated.
    :0)

    I hope you're having a wonderful day!
    Gayle

  • Tabby

    I have not had a fruit Roll Up for so long! I do like them though. How did she get that cool tongue tattoo is it on the roll up? Boy I would love to win something...anything....

  • Brianne

    I want in! I want in! Oh I sooo want in on this!! ^_^ I love the send a laptop to Africa thing...I would be happy for them to just send a laptop to Africa! My kids certainly don't deserve one! lol

  • Amy

    My kids LONG for these, but I don't buy them.

    Your daughters teeth are fantastic. My girl is entering the phase of braces.. oh my...

  • bj

    oH, Tiney..all the grands love these, too. Now I've not seen that tongue tattoo...bet DEEDS has, tho!:)
    Better sign me up for this one...and thanks so much. This is pretty cool.

    I don't know about PhotoShop..never have used it.
    Have a fun day, girl....
    xo bj

  • Wehaf

    I love the one laptop per child program; I am glad BC is supporting it!

    urchiken at gmail dot com

  • Sara's Sweet Surprise

    J~My boys use to eat gummy fruit snacks. We'd plow through a Costo case in just a few days. Hmmm,I wonder if they still make them? You know your old when the stuff you ate growing up is extinct.

    Sweet wishes,
    Sara