As a person with numerous allergies I find great comfort in finding a product from a brand I trust that I can include in my boys’ lunch boxes. When our family was asked to try out the new Peanut-Free* Nature Valley Lunch Box Granola Bars we were thrilled. We’ve always loved their other granola bars but saved those for snacks at home. Now we can pack these delicious bars for school and know that they are safe for those with peanut allergies. Peanut-Free Nature Valley Lunch Box Granola Bars come in Very Berry, Double Chocolate and Chocolate Chip.
You’ll love the fresh bright packaging, the clear nutritional information and 20% fibre in every bar! Perfect for lunch boxes, on-the-go snacks and ideal for any sporting practice that requires a snack. We loved all the flavours but the boys thought the chocolate chip were the ones they liked the most.
Our Earth Rangers Mission
To help fuel outdoor adventures, Nature Valley has partnered with the kids’ conservation organization Earth Rangers to develop #NatureMissions. Every Lunch Box wrapper features a different mission to encourage kids across the country to get outside and rediscover the joys of nature. We were challenged to learn about the world around us and take on an Earth Rangers Mission, armed with binoculars and a fun nature craft.
We loved making our own pinecone bird feeder. It was a simple craft that kids of any age can do. Just a few simple ingredients and you are ready for a craft that is fun and benefits your local feathered friends.
Make Your Own Pinecone Bird Feeder
What you’ll need:
Tie yarn/string around the pinecones at varying lengths.
Spread suet on the pinecones covering the surface.
Roll the covered pinecone in bird seed ensuring it is firmly stuck to the suet.
Hang where birds can access them and watch your feathered friends enjoy.
- Bird Seed
- Tie yarn/string around the pinecones at varying lengths.
- Spread suet on the pinecones covering the surface.
- Roll the covered pinecone in bird seed ensuring it is firmly stuck to the suet.
- Hang where birds can access them and watch your feathered friends enjoy.
Part of the Peanut-Free Nature Valley Lunch Box Granola Bars packaging are fun Earth Rangers Missions. Plus you can also visit EarthRangers.com/BackToNature to discover even more ideas for reconnecting with nature. Find your own Back to Nature Mission and get creative to create your own! Submit your ideas to Earth Rangers for a chance to win an Vtech Kidizoom Action Cam.
Earth Rangers and Nature Valley Giveaway
Enter to win this awesome prize pack filled with Nature Valley and Earth Rangers items to inspire your own Earth Rangers Missions. Grab a granola bar, your binoculars and head out into nature!
Contest is open to Canadians and ends on March 31 at 11:59pm EST. See Giveaway Tools Widget for all of the rules and regulations.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post by Nature Valley. As always, all opinions are my own.