Review- Oscar Mayer New Lunchables


Recently we were asked to review the new Oscar Mayer Lunchables and with two children in school this year, I was more than happy to oblige, LOL. I decided to have my daughter be the food critic for this review, as she already loves Oscar Mayer lunchables and asks me to buy them for her lunches all the time.http://www.blogger.com/post-create.g?blogID=2431164091740371608

She chose the deep dish cheese pizza (she is also vegetarian, so she usually will pick the pizza lunchables) and could not wait to try it out. When we were at the market checking out the new Oscar Mayer Lunchables I have to that the submarine sandwich lunchables looked soooo yummy.

The Deep Dish Cheese Pizza is made with Kraft 2% Mozzarella and 2% Cheddar cheese, deep dish whole grain for the crust and Tombstone Pizza Sauce. The lunchable also comes with Tree Top® Applesauce, Mini Nilla Wafers, spring water and Tropical Punch Kool-Aid Singles.

My daughter's verdict:

Cheesy and good!

Mom's opinion:

I appreciate the lowfat cheese and the whole grain ingredients. Also, I am thrilled that the water was added as a drink option, not just a sugary drink.

So all in all, I think Kraft is doing a good thing by making their convenient lunchables a littke more healthy. I know these appeal to kids, especially for school lunches, and I know as a mom that anytime we can let our kids have what they want without worrying about it being unhealthy, we are happier as well.

In addition to the Deep Dish Cheese Pizza, the new lunchables offered by Kraft are: Deep Dish Pepperoni, Ham and American Sub, Ham and American Cracker Combo, Turkey and Cheddar Cracker Combo, and Turkey and Cheddar Sub.

I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central on behalf of Oscar Mayer Lunchables and received a sample to facilitate my candid review. In addition, Mom Central sent me a gift card to thank me for taking the time to participate.


1 comment:

  1. The real question-What does the ingredients label look like? Does it still have a bunch of added stuff to "preserve freshness"?
    I must admit the sub sandwich did appeal to me when I saw the commercial. Thanks for a great review!

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