Thursday, December 31, 2009

Product Review and Giveaway: Nature’s Peak Frozen Fruit

Thanks to Mom Central, the boys and I had the chance to experience a little summer goodness on this dreary winter day.  We were asked to try out Nature’s Peak frozen fruit and spread the word about this super new product.

IMG_5108 We received the Paradise Fruit Medley and the Sunburst Mango.  Mmm, mango.  Right off the bat the boys begged for a smoothie.

IMG_5107 It’s so very easy to make a smoothie and it’s a great way to get some nutrition into my sometimes picky boys.  For this one I used some fruit juice, a couple of vanilla yogurts, and the bag of Nature’s Peak Paradise Fruit Medley.

IMG_5111 IMG_5113 I think he likes it.  :)  Well, you may be asking, just what is so different about Nature’s Peak frozen fruit.  I’ll tell ‘ya.  First off, the variety.  Not only do they have bags of single fruit, but also some of the neatest mixes I’ve seen like the Paradise Fruit Medley (peaches, kiwi, mango, pineapple and cantaloupe,) Berry Quartet (blueberries, blackberries, strawberries and raspberries,) and Sun Ripened Trio (strawberries, peaches and mangos.)  You couldn’t put together those combos yourself!

What I like the best?  The fruit actually tastes good by itself.  I usually only buy frozen fruit to use in smoothies because, honestly, it just doesn’t taste good once you thaw it.  It’s too ripe and mushy or not ripe enough and bland.  I suspect the companies just throw in the fruit they can’t sell when it’s in season.  But I let the bag of Nature’s Peak mango defrost and ate it alone…well, ds4 and I did lol.  He is my fellow mango lover in the house.  It was truly tasty!  The pieces were all just ripe enough and juicy.  A little treat during the season of oranges and bananas lol.

Be sure and check out the Nature’s Peak website for delicious recipes and the low-down on all the nutritional goodness in their products.  Right now the product is available in select areas; visit this link for more info.

List of places where Nature’s Peak is available:
    Florida (All Regions)
New England (All Regions)
    New Jersey (All Regions)
    Maryland (All Regions)
Virginia (All Regions)
   Washington (Seattle Area)
   Oregon (Portland Area)
   California (Los Angeles, San Jose Areas)
   Arizona (Phoenix Area)
North Carolina (South West Area)
   South Carolina (North West Area)
   Georgia (South East and North East Areas)
   Missouri (Northern Area)
   Louisiana (New Orleans Area)
   Arkansas (Little Rock Area)

Here is some more good news.  I have two coupons for a free bag of Nature’s Peak Frozen Fruit to give away!

IMG_5114 Y’all know I like to keep my giveaways simple so just leave a comment and a way to contact you and you are entered.  I will draw the two winners on Wednesday January 6th.  Good luck and thanks for stopping by.  :)

“I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Nature’s Peak and received a sample to facilitate my candid review as well as two coupons to giveaway. In addition, Mom Central sent me a gift card to thank me for taking the time to participate.”

3 comments:

  1. These look real yummy!! Thanks for the chance to try them out!

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  2. Yum! We're big smoothie fans here too... we'd love to try this.

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  3. Looks good, I'd love to try one.

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