ChewyMoon Snack Boxes


Snacking is an essential part of mist children's diets, it helps tide them over in between meal times. However, the right type of snack is a must to ensure a healthy and balanced diet. My gang love to snack, but they are more partial to an unhealthy snack. So I am always looking for healthy alternatives for them, that's where ChewyMoon come in.
ChewyMoon offers a snack subscription box, they are 100% natural healthy snack for kids.Available in petite 5 snack boxes or grande 10 snack boxes delivered every fortnight. You can customise your box based on whether your kids like sweet or savoury snacks, or opt for a mixture.
Aswell as the snacks you get some fab bits to keep the kids entetiained, there is a sticker book, each ChewyMoon snack pack has a collectable sticker in the back for your child to add to the book. There is a fab fact sheet this time it was about the ocean. There are also 4 cards that you can play a game with, so lots of fun. I loved the information leaflet which had lots of nutritional details in for us adults.
I loved the bright colourful designs of the snack boxes, it makes them appealing and fun to the kids. We also loved the variety boxes, the mixture of sweet and savoury snacks is great, the cherry cola was Mr C's favourite, whereas the safari snack breadstick style was Mr D's favourite. They are all individually sealed, this makes them ideal for packed lunches and picnics too. I threw a few in my bag when we went to the safari park today. The trays they come in hold the snack perfectly, which makes eating them easy. We made an unboxing video for our Youtube channel, which shows the contents of the boxes in more detail, so hop over and watch it. If you like the sound of Chewymoon then enter the giveaway now and you could win a 3-month subscription, enter below and do read the terms and conditions before entering.
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Open to UK & Ireland residents over 18years. 1 prize of a 3 month ChewyMoon subscription for 1 winner, chosen at random via Gleam. You must leave a blog comment with the answer to the question, or you will be disqualified. All other entry methods are optional. Make sure you complete each entry correctly or you will be disqualified. Come back each day for extra entries. Winner will be contacted within 3 days of the giveaway ending. If they do not respond within 28 days a new winner will be chosen. Your details will be passed to the PR/Company and nobody else. Delivery is the responsibility of the PR/Company. Raising the Rainbows is not responsible for any damaged or missing prizes. Please allow up to 28 days for the prize to arrive. The company reserves the right to substitute the prize for one of similar value if the original isn't available. Bulk or automated entries will be disqualified. Giveaway open until 11.59pm on February 16th 2018
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  1. He really likes homemade peanut butter flavoured popcorn.

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  2. Michelle ferguson27 January 2018 at 20:59

    Might not be the healthiest but carrot sticks with very creamy garlic home made dip

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  3. Raspberries or rice cakes

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  4. Crackers with dairylea spread on them.

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  5. Fruit, such as banana, Apple, grapes, etc.



    Rachel Craig

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  6. Either fruit, plain biscuits or occasionally cheese.

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  7. Hopefully fruit, but whatever's to hand!

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  8. My son loves cucumber sticks and baby tomatoes

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  9. Fruit and yoghurts are our go to snack.

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  10. My daughter loves nuts and raisins at school

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  11. Normally yogurts

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  12. hummus and carrot/cucumber sticks are delicious and healthy

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  13. Fresh and dry fruit,nuts and veg

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  14. Dried fruit or home made sugar free biscuits

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  15. Rice cakes - even though my children are 6 and 2 they still love them!

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  16. My son loves cucumber, carrot and tomatoes

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  17. When we are out and about a mini packet of raisins, at home I have fruit and veg prepped in the fridge

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  18. Bananas. Always with the bananas!

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  19. bananas and hoummos with pitta bread

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  20. My kids favourite snack at the moment is watermelon.

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  21. Peanut butter on toast, with a banana and a yogurt x

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  22. Fruit and bread sticks are often snacked on in our house

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  23. At the moment it is either cheesestrings or apple snack packs.

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  24. kayleigh Robinson2 February 2018 at 09:53

    I always have little snack size cheeses and raisins. My kids also love the lunchbox fruit bars.

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  25. My little boy is a bit of a fruit monster so it tends to be fruit snacks

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  26. Grandson loves his strawberries grapes and yogurts, if he could get away with it he would pinch my pringles

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  27. Sarah Blakebrough4 February 2018 at 18:48

    Fresh fruit or squeezy yogurts

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  28. Jazmin Sutcliffe4 February 2018 at 23:17

    Berries or Raisins :)

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  29. Banana my little boy has not long started weaning x

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  30. Dried apple slices or a piece of fruit

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  31. Breadsticks

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  32. Sorry, didn't see it was uk ireland only, from canada here but yes nice product banana

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  33. my kids like all sorts but I would say their favourite is grapes.

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  34. Blueberries
    Jess Armstrong

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  35. my daughter loves raisins and grapes, and my twin boys crackers

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  36. Mine will eat bananas or raisins.

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  37. Bananas usually, sometimes popcorn

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  38. i like them to snack on fruit but dont mind them having the odd cheeky packet of crisps. everything in moderation x

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  39. It changes all the time but lately it's been pears, cucumber or crispbakes

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  40. Go to snack is usually raisens or a piece of fruit

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  41. We love fruit, little pots. My little one loves blueberries right now

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  42. For the kids, it's an innocent smoothie, or Quavers.

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  43. Fruit or trail mix usually,for healthy choices.

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  44. Homemade popcorn is a family favourite

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  45. I love hummus and carrot and celery sticks

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  46. usually fruit and veggie sticks (@Regrash7)

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  47. Carrots, fruit and popcorn. If I cut the fruit and just present it to the kids they generally eat it but if I ask them if they would like some they always say no!

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  48. Lots of fruits, I keep it varied and cereal bars. My daughter has bad eczema often triggered by food so I try to make sure it’s a healthy alternative to junk snacks!

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  49. Cranberries & White Choc Buttons

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  50. Breadsticks, carrot sticks and dip or a fruit salad

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  51. our kids' favourite snack would have to be strawberries

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  52. I like yoghurts and little bags of fruits like cranberries.

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  53. Bananas - quick, convenient, easy to eat and no prep needed!

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  54. My daughter loved carrot sticks x

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  55. Mixed fruit and nuts or ricecakes

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  56. All 3 of mine love grapes, they would eat the whole carton if I let them

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  57. Raspberries, ideally straight off the bush ;) Marysia @marysia01313 twitter

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  58. Raisins they are cheap easy and healthy

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  59. Blueberries :) we all love them

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  60. I have problems getting my kids to eat enough fruit, especially my son. If I could get them into these then it would be something of a breakthrough.

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  61. Usually crackers of some sort... I struggle with things they will eat but will try fruit and veg sticks..though it usually gets thrown on the floor :-(

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  62. My daughter likes olives and also raisins but not at the same time!!!

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  63. Strawberries, bananas, apples, Vegetable crisps and chewy organics bars :)

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  64. carrot sticks and sliced apples

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  65. Apples, raisins and hummus and carrots.

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  66. Grapes, sliced apples, chopped bananas and carrot sticks.

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  67. Grapes, satsuma's banana malt loaf

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  68. My son loves chocolate coated rice cakes. It's half way to being healthy!!

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  69. Rice cakes, raisins or yoghurts!

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  70. We snack on popcorn or pretzel sticks.They feel like a treat but are low calorie and yummy 😋

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  71. Raisins, oaty bites & fresh fruit!

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