Clif Kids Z Bar Full Moon Brownie Giveaway

I have shared how much we enjoy the Clif Kid products at our house. Well, I have another new favorite product in the Clif Kid  line to share with you just in time for Halloween. It is called the Full Moon Brownie and is a  wonderful white chocolate chip brownie. It is really delicious! JDaniel and I have both enjoyed our sample of them.

Glowing Pickle Cats, a Full Moon Brownie and Creamy Cheese Spider Crackers

The Full Moon Brownie Clif Kid Z Bar has whole grains, twelve vitamins and minerals and no high fructose corn syrup. If you are looking for a Halloween treat to pass out to trick or treaters, place in your child’s Halloween lunch as I did or take to a classroom Halloween party, this would be a great choice.

The rich chocolate flavor sticks with you in between bites and isn’t super high in calories. If you are looking  for a Halloween treat for yourself you may want to stock up of few to put in a your own snack stash.

Wait! I have a way that you can win a dozen of the Clif Kid’s Z Bar Full Moon Brownie bars to giveaway just in time for Halloween. It is a special Halloween flavor you won’t want to miss.

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Disclaimer: I was sent sample of the Full Moon Brownie to review. All opinions on this product are my own.

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  1. says

    LOVE your spider crackers – very cute. i need to get in to Halloween and start coming up with some creative creations with/for the kids. thanks for the inspiration. B

  2. Mary Calabrese says

    I haven’t picked up anything yet. I have to wait until the last minute or it disappears!

    ighmeg at yahoo dot com

  3. says

    I’m probably giving out little packs of teddy grahams or pretzels. Yes, I’m that mom that doesn’t give candy! staciwool at gmail dot com

  4. says

    Oh yum!! We’re doing snack packs as well this year. The candy received is going to be donated to the troops. I can’t have it in the house! No self-control!

  5. says

    Halloween pencils and mini shaped erasers (grouped in little treat baggies) for older kids; Dollar Tree foam Halloween shapes (with a hole cut out to make a picture frame) and foam stickers in little baggies to make a fun craft for the littles. Since all-natural candy is so expensive (and I’m not going to give out crap my own kid can’t eat,) if I’m going to have to spend the extra cash, why not do something fun, instead of more sugar?

  6. says

    If I could I would hand out homemade popcorn balls. Sadly, you cannot trust anyone, so they would be tossed. So instead I will hand out mini bags of popcorn that you can buy.

  7. says

    We never get trick or treaters because of the neighborhood we live in. Kids go to local stores. We used to always give out stickers, trinkets and candy bars.

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