Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Giveaways for Days: @MOMables Subscription {Day 2} #LunchRevolution

Welcome to {Day 2}of GIVEAWAYS FOR DAYS on KeeleyMcGuire.com!

If you missed {Day 1}, don't worry! You can check it out by clicking HERE.

Day 2: WIN a 3 MONTH SUBSCRIPTION to MOMables School Lunch Menu Service + a $25 Amazon Giftcard to buy lunch supplies!
Let MOMables do the work for you!


I've been a recipe contributor on the MOMables blog for a year and half now. I love it! Chief MOM Laura Fuentes is not only a wonderful friend, but she's passionate about helping families. She built MOMables to make life easier on families, like her own, that were juggling work, activities, and school. 

Lunch shouldn't be complicated. It should be, however, nutritious and delicious!

How does the subscription service work?

Each week, you log-in to your account on MOMables.com to access your weekly menus. There you'll find your weekly plan filled with a variety of easy ideas, prep ahead, and lunch packing tips.

Each menu item is pictured, just like your favorite recipes. If you have a picky eater, it's easy to sub out a suggested side for their favorite item (example: your child likes grapes over blueberries - easy change). 

Every week you'll also get a complete grocery list of items needed to fulfill that weeks' menus and a printable "at a glance" menu which is handy for hanging on the fridge or bulletin board, nearby. 

My favorite part? Every menu includes a vegetarian, gluten free, and nut free option (where applicable). It's also great for adults! That's right - MOMables Menus aren't just for the kids. It's great for the entire family


You can get a sample week from MOMables --yup, 5 lunch ideas, prep-ahead tips and a shopping list-- for FREE! when you sign up for their weekly newsletter. If you are ready to let MOMables help you get out of your lunch packing rut, come up with new lunch ideas, and simplify your lunch packing routine... check out their plans. Get ready to start making school lunches your kids will love.

Here's your chance to WIN a subscription!
We're giving away a FREE 3 MONTH SUBSCRIPTION to MOMables.com + a $25 Amazon Giftcard to buy lunch supplies!

Enter through the rafflecopter widget below for your chance to WIN! Good luck!



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115 comments:

  1. asparagus
    caradube@bellsouth.net

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  2. this is a great idea thanx.

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  3. I would love to have help with my son's lunch. I just bought the easy lunch boxes and they are awesome. Need more ideas on what to put in them :)

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  4. My little one loves fruit and cheese. His least favorite food is vegetables

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  5. I could really use some new ideas! My daughter is getting better at eating, but she's definitely still a toddler. Plus, she's allergic to dairy and most yummy-looking lunches involve dairy.

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  6. My daughter doesn't do veggies. She uses them as a spoon to eat whatever dip I offer them with.

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  7. Glad to see the nut-free options! My daughter doesn't really have a least favorite food. I could do without mushrooms, but will eat them if they're in something.

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  8. onions, especially if they see them being put in dinner. :)

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  9. I have been wanting to try this out so pick me! :)

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  10. Dips my daughter would rather eat raw carrots plain or chips plain she has never cared for things like that.

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  11. I was literally going to subscribe to Momables today (because I follow her AWESOME blog and this is the first year I'm packing lunch that has to be gluten-and dairy-free), but will wait until I win this giveaway! ;o)

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  12. Meat is the least favorite in general.. I don't eat most of it, and what I do eat I don't know what to do with!

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  13. My son's least favorite food are most vegetables but my daughter's least favorite is meat

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  14. My son doesn´t like to eat any kind of meat, He is a little vegetarian!

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  15. My daughters least favorite food is asparagus, and broccoli

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  16. I hate "salads" and by that I mean egg salad, chicken salad, potato salad...basically anything made with mayo!

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  17. Oh my, we could do with this, it looks amazing!!!

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  18. My Ds1 will eat pretty much anything, but DS2 is pretty much vegetarian too!!

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  19. Probably meats! They don't like them too much!

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  20. Hmm depends on the kid one but they all hate peanut butter

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  21. My lease favorite food is raw tomato... My daughter hates coconut, and my son is offended by the idea of soup... haha

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  22. Tomatos! ALL 3 of them Hate any kind of tomato!

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  23. Would love a Momables subscription! My youngest son has food allergies and this year I've started making my older son fun and nutritious lunches as well.

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  24. I would love a Momables Subscription too!
    Thanks for this Giveaway and your hard work!

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  25. Oh, forgot what my kids love to eat...
    I guess there favorites are combinations, but pizza is always a good option as well as spaghetti bolognese^^

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  26. I would absolutely LOVE a subscription! I have the pickiest 3 year old in the world who is a non-protein eater (eggs, meat in any form, beans, etc) with the exception of milk, cheese, yogurt, peanut butter, and cottage cheese. And not for lack of trying every day for the past 2 1/2 years. It's impossible to get him to eat some days. Now he's starting preschool in a couple weeks and I am completely at a loss as to what to pack for his lunches. :S

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  27. Pretty much all veggies!

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  28. Anything too spicy.

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  29. Mayo!!!! Ewwww!

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  30. Half my house hates fish and the other half doesn't. If you spin the people around it's also Ribs half hates and likes. No two people in my house hate or like the same thing. It makes it hard to cook something without it being snubbed by someone.

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  31. We are gluten free and nut free

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  32. Beans. I really wish he would at least try them.

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  33. my girls don't like citrus fruits or tomatoes

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  34. My son refuses to eat any sandwich except PB&J which has been rough in his "nut free" camp. He's eaten a lot of mini corndogs =/

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  35. I can't stand bananas! My son likes everything

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  36. I hate mushrooms!!! My son eats anything!

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  37. I can't stand bananas! My son likes everything

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  38. My kids eat most veggies but like them all raw, for example they will eat broccoli raw but not cooked.

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  39. thanks...I love your blog!!!

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  40. Most green vegetables!

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  41. she hates green peppers and onions!!

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  42. Love the idea of having ideas weekly - I seem to go back to the same boring lunches all the time and I'm sure my kids get bored!

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  43. Having a hard time with most veggies...

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  44. My 10yr old will eat most foods, my 8yr old, however won't touch anything green or good for you.

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  45. They say kids love to dip things. Not my kiddos. :( They are anti-condiment.

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  46. DS will not eat broccoli, but it is one of my favorites

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  47. DS will not eat broccoli, but it is my favorite

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  48. I have one who won't eat cheese (unless it's on macaroni)... or whatever else that doesn't look appealing to him that day, even if he loves all the ingredients normally.

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  49. My family's leaste favorite food is beans.

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  50. Cooked broccoli as I can't stand the smell.... ICK. I do fine with raw as a snack veggie but not cooked.

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  51. Least favorite: eggs

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  52. My 6yo hates noodles and rice. I can't really complain about it though because they aren't nutritious, just filling. :-P

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  53. My daughter hates peas, and anything veggies for that matter.

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  54. My 8 yr old doesn't like veggies...any of them.

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  55. tried pinning but it said link wasn't found.

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  56. Danielle PinnickFriday, August 16, 2013

    Vegetables!

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  57. Life is so much easier with MOMables!

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  58. She totally dislikes cheese!

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  59. My son will not eat any meat except bacon. It makes feeding him super hard, he is crazy picky, luckily his sister is super easy to feed.

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  60. Depends on the child! LOL #1 hates peas, #2 doesn't like sweets, #3 doesn't like anything not plain, #4 doesn't like meat, &#5 is so small it's yet to be determined!

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  61. My son does not like peppers, but will eat just about everything else.

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  62. Any fruit or veggie!

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  63. I have always disliked peas, but my daughter likes them. Funny!

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  64. my 16 year old is not into sweet stuff at all.

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  65. You will never see a store bought frozen pea in our house. We have no problem agreeing that they are awful!

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  66. Depends on the kid...my preschooler eats almost anything, my bigs eat a very limited amount of vegetbales.

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  67. My kids don't like to eat cucumbers or peas!

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  68. My kids will eat anything but I despise almost all green veggies need ideas how to make them appealing.

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  69. My youngest hates meat other than steak or hamburgers. My oldest doesn't like tomatoes or peppers.

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  70. My youngest won't eat meat (except for steak and hamburgers), and the oldest doesn't like tomatoes or peppers.

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  71. I wish that I had all these healthy options when I was growing up!

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  72. my kids don't eat anything, they may eat carrots or cucumber if the stars are aligned.

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  73. Meat is our son's least favorite so I have to be a little more creative with proteins.

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  74. Tomatoes - My kids both dislike them. They older they get the more foods they are saying that they don't like Still pretty good.

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  75. Neither of us are fans of lima beans. ick :P

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  76. mashed potatoes

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  77. One son won't eat cooked veggies, another son won't eat anything with a soft or squishy texture and my daughter won't eat anything spicy.

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  78. Onion! No one in my family will eat onions!

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  79. Peas! cant stand them (but at least my kids like em!)

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  80. My son's least favorite food is applesauce.

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  81. I have 3 kiddos and they all have different tastes. My youngest does not like many fruits or veggies. My middle one loves most fruits and veggies, but not eggs. My oldest does not like tomatoes. So hard to keep track of it all! :) - Kaye

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  82. tomatoes, too bad for him, more for me!

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  83. They all have their dislikes, but I'd say snails are a no-go. ;)

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  84. Little B is super picky! one day she loves something and the next its a no go!

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  85. My daughter doesn't like cauliflower.

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  86. One of my boys will not eat any green vegetables except broccoli.

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