This is a sponsored post on behalf of Libby’s. I received products in exchange for this post. All opinions are my own.
It is sometimes hard to get your children to eat their vegetables. We have had our fair share of battles over trying to get our oldest son to try new things. He “might” take after me for his picky tendency. However, with Libby’s vegetables, we have no problems.
Libby’s vegetables stand out among other canned goods. Their taste is richer and the vegetables are crisper as well. I was amazed at the difference between Libby’s and other brands. Trust me when you taste Libby’s, you won’t turn back.
Our household favorites are Peas and Green Beans. The peas are actually perfect for my youngest son, who is one year old. He likes being able to pick them up and feed himself. The peas are actually crisp and not mushy at all. This help him out when he picks them up to eat.
If you are ever needing recipe ideas to liven up your meals? Check out Libby’s Recipe Box for great ideas. I tried making the Peas and Carrots Pasta Salad. It was Oh, So Good! It was something different for our family to try and it was a hit. One major plus about this recipe, it was super easy to make!
For families on a budget, Libby’s Fruits and Vegetables are priced very reasonable so your family enjoy a delicious and healthy meal.
Libby’s is giving away a Cuisinart Smart Stick® Hand Blender (color may differ from photo) to one lucky Midwestern Moms Reader! Please read the rules carefully.
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