Holiday Giveaways 2020 – $100 “Just Add” Prize Package by Griddly Games

Holiday Giveaways 2020 – $100 “Just Add” Prize Package by Griddly Games


I find it funny that Griddly Games added “Fruits and Vegetables” to their Just Add line of STEM kits. How many kids will claim they can’t eat their vegetables because they need to save them for their educational kits? I guess it’s win/win. Either they eat their vegetables or they learn something. Well, we’re excited to share this giveaway for an assortment of products from the Just Add line. There’s a smorgasbord of ways to enter using the form so indulge in as many as you like. You can get seconds and thirds and more by returning each day for the bonus entries!

Holiday Giveaway 2020 – $100 “Just Add” Prize Package


About Nicole

Founder and owner of, Nicole has been involved in social media marketing since 2007. She has partnered with a number of major corporations who utilized her skills to improve their social media outreach and online presence. Nicole has worked closely with brands such as Netflix, Nintendo, Domino's and Disney, has been featured in McDonald's videos as well as Maria Bailey's book "Power Moms". Always a SAHM (stay-at-home-mom) and mother of two amazing daughters, if you can't find Nicole, she is probably somewhere being an advocate for playing board games.

22 comments on «Holiday Giveaways 2020 – $100 “Just Add” Prize Package by Griddly Games»

  1. Jordan Binkerd says:

    Proper application of ranch dressing 😉

  2. Josh Christian says:

    No method here, just lucky… my kids actually like their veggies!

  3. Mia E. says:

    Sometimes a little ranch dip helps with getting my grandkids to try different vegetables.

  4. Tony Platz says:

    A little Ranch on the veggies or cheese and a little whipped cream on the fruit .

  5. Donna Robinson says:

    Make them fun.

  6. molli taylor says:

    i find that letting the kisd pick the veggies and help cook is a good motivation!

  7. Shirley O says:

    I try to make it fun and adding dip or whipped cream is always popular.

  8. Caroline Lennek says:

    Letting the kiddos help prepare the fruit or veggie dishes seems to help.

  9. Lauryn R says:

    I have no problems getting my kids to eat fruit, they love all of it! Vegetables can be more difficult though, I usually add some butter and maybe cheese. Otherwise it is always fun to hide the vegetables in a meal or treat, they never know!

  10. Julie Link says:

    I usually add cheese or a dip for veggies and then they tend to get at least partially eaten

  11. Sue E says:

    I sometimes bribed them with dessert.
    I used to use Popeye the Sailor Man and the spinach story.

  12. McKnight says:

    In general I cut them into pieces which makes them “fun to eat” and I used the same trick my mom used on me to get my son to eat celery. Slather celery with peanut butter and it becomes a delicious treat.

  13. Krista says:

    Making them into fun shapes

  14. Cheryl Wilson says:

    Thankfully my grandkids enjoy fruits on their own but we are working on incorporating veggies.

  15. Camille B says:

    My favorite way to introduce fruits and vegetables to my son is by growing them! Seeing us interested in them helps getting him interested!

  16. Levi Byers says:

    Asking them to eat at least as many bites as their age, haha.

  17. Rachael DeBates says:

    Cover them in chocolate!

  18. Maureen Blatz says:

    I make a fruit salir they love it

  19. Kelly Freeman says:

    I put cheese on top!

  20. Judy Rittenhouse says:

    You can sneak vegetables into sauces and dips and even desserts like zucchini in brownies.

  21. Julieh says:

    My kids enjoy them with a little dip like hummus or ranch.

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