Thursday, August 16, 2012

Pirate Booty Sponsor Review

Pirate’s Booty makes the grade for a “Snack Swap!” Pirate’s Booty is a deliciously baked, all-natural snack that kids love and moms feel good about adding to the lunchbox. Pirate’s Booty has half the fat and fewer calories than regular fried potato chips. Pirate’s Booty is gluten, peanut and tree-nut free, so it’s safe for kids with allergies and their classmates too. Pirate’s Booty is made without trans-fats and ingredients you can’t pronounce. Also, it’s more convenient than ever, as Pirate’s Booty Aged White Cheddar now comes in half-ounce size multipacks that are only 65-calories per pack! Pirate’s Booty Aged White Cheddar half-ounce 12-packs are available at retailers nationwide. The suggested retail price is $6.99.

The kids had a fun time at the park searching for the buried Pirate booty! I think these 2 may grow up to be in the movies, they are such hams!

The Treasure has been found! 
Hey that is my treasure, give it here!

I found it first,  I will fight you for it!

The sneaky one gets away!

I shall capture you to get the pirate booty!

The winning booty
Enjoying the spoils..

I think there is enough treasure for both of us.

Pirate Booty is best shared with friends.

The cheesies are so tasty! I had some with mylunch as well and love the aged white cheddar taste. If this is healthy snacking I am all aboard! Healthy snacks don't have to be boring, and Pirate Brand snacks proves that!
These snacks are baked and have half the fat that many snacks do. These are great snacks for the kids lunch, and even for snacking after school! Check out these great tips from Pirate Booty's Dietician on packing healthy lunches.

Back-to-School: Grade A Lunch-Box-Makeover
Pirate’s Booty’s Resident Dietician Offers Tips on Packing an Honor Roll Lunch
Sea cliff, N.Y. (July 26, 2012) – As another school year begins, your readers will have to figure out what to send in their kids’ lunchboxes that won’t come back untouched, as finding a balance between delicious and nutritious can be a difficult task. That’s why Emily Whelan Anschlowar, MS, RD, the in-house nutrition expert at Pirate’s Booty all-natural snacks, has created smart lunchbox swaps that are wholesome, fun and won’t get traded come lunchtime.
When it comes to school lunches, making simple swaps can make all the difference between an average meal and one that makes the grade. Here are a few tips on how your child’s lunch can earn high marks:
  • Sandwich Substitute: Whole grain bread, wraps or bagels packed with lean cuts of meat or hummus for protein is the way to go. Whole grain breads are packed with fiber and protein that keep away afternoon hunger pangs! Don’t forget the mustard, which is loaded with antioxidants. Tomatoes, lettuce and cucumbers are delicious ways to add crunch, fiber, plus vitamins and minerals.
  • Snack Switch: This may be the most important part of the meal because it’s a kid’s favorite. Stay away from greasy, fried potato chips and artificially flavored cheese curls. Baked, all-natural snacks with less fat and calories are a much better alternative. You shouldn’t need Google to read the ingredient list!
  • Drink Exchange: Avoid sugary fruit drinks loaded with calories and little to no nutritional benefit. Rehydrating with water or low-fat milk makes the grade! Low-fat milk is delicious and nutrient-rich; containing calcium and vitamin D which are essential for growing bones.
  • Sweet Tooth Swap: Instead of something high in fat and sugar like cookies or snack cakes, try naturally sweet low-fat yogurt with fresh fruit. Yogurt is rich in protein, calcium and B vitamins. 
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What snack would you choose ?

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  1. Thanks for the informative review.

    I would choose Real Wisconsin Cheddar Smart Puffs!


  2. Wisconsin Cheddar Puffs! And, your subtitles to the pictures in this review cracked me up!

    mugsymcg46 at yahoo dot com

  3. i would choose their aged white cheddar-yummy!

  4. I would choose the sour cream and onion potato flyers.

    I actually have these pinned to my Pirates of the Caribbean board as part of a theme party idea.

  5. Definitely aged white cheddar!!

  6. I've tried the aged white cheddar, and it's soooo good!

  7. Potato Flyers

  8. I'd like to try the aged white cheddar.
    Thanks for the great tips from Pirate Booty's Dietician on packing healthy lunches.

  9. I would like either aged white cheddar, or the real Wisconsin cheddar, I am not sure.