Entenmann's Little Bites Chocolate Party Cakes (plus $25 giveaway)

Entenmann’s Little Bites Chocolate Party Cakes (plus $25 giveaway)

Entenmann's Little Bites Chocolate Party Cakes

We love Entenmann’s® Little Bites® because they are tasty, soft, and easy to take on the run. My kiddos get pretty excited when I bring these delightful treats home and their mouths were watering when they saw the newest Little Bites flavor: Chocolate Party Cakes (for a limited time)! What a simple way to celebrate the everyday moments in life.Entenmann's Little Bites Chocolate Party Cakes

I surprised my kids this week by taking them for an impromptu after school trip to the park. This school year is almost over and they just finished up testing and deserve a little bit of fun. We lucked out with the weather and had a lovely cloudy 80 degree day (it was 107 a few days earlier). Another reason to celebrate!Entenmann's Little Bites Chocolate Party Cakes

Entenmann’s Little Bites contain no high fructose corn syrup, are made with real ingredients, are certified Kosher, and are less than 200 calories per pouch. The kiddos enjoyed the Chocolate Party Cakes Little Bites and yours probably will, too.  They are available through May 20 so do not miss out on this portable party on-the-go!Entenmann's Little Bites Chocolate Party Cakes

You can enter to win Entenmann’s coupons and a $25 gift card by leaving a comment below telling me what everyday moments you celebrate with your kids. Winners will be drawn on May 10 so enter fast!Entenmann's Little Bites Chocolate Party Cakes

Disclaimer: Entenmann’s is providing the winner’s gift card and coupons. I also received a gift card and coupons to facilitate this post.

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Comments

  1. Tamra Phelps says:

    I’m an aunt & my nephews are here most days after school. we celebrate actually getting the homework done before their parents get home from work. (And that can be like pulling teeth, lol, so it needs to be celebrated.) They love finding Little Bites for an after-school snack.

  2. Oohh! Haven’t seen this flavor yet! The kids would love these! We like to gather in the kitchen for after school snack time to catch up on our days before everyone heads in different directions for their evening activities. Thanks for the fun post!

  3. Lisa Brown says:

    We enjoy evening time together as a family having dinner.
    jslbrown2009 at aol dot com

  4. We read aloud every night over dessert (usually fruit, though these would be welcomed!). All four kids for 30 min (currently The Trumpet of the Swan), tuck the two littles in, then the two bigs and I read another book aloud for 30 min (currently The Dark is Rising series). These moments of connection are what we celebrate!

  5. While not an every day moment, we go on family bike rides. Our kids are at the age where they aren’t too embarrassed to be seen in public with us, so we have to take advantage and do it now.

  6. Nancy Loring says:

    Everyday moments with my kids here in northern New Hampshire changes daily. Yesterday it was snowing when woke up but today it is in the 50’s and sunny and warm so we are going to finally be able to play some ball in the yard and not have to wear a winter jacket to do it.

  7. Debra Wagner says:

    My grandchildrenands I love entemans, but we don’t have them here where i live. ..love them. When i am in arizona…i buy plenty and we eat them in the backyard for a special snack.

  8. mami2jcn says:

    We celebrate a good grade on a test!

  9. amanda whitley says:

    i celebrate start of seasons with my kids.

  10. amy stonger says:

    Most recently we celebrated my son’s achievement in math. He and his fellow classmates placed third in our local math Masters competition. I couldn’t be happier or more proud.

  11. dealindiva says:

    We celebrate every week by having dinner on fridays. The kids pitch in and we make it a whole adventure. The kids love it.

  12. Emily Smith says:

    We celebrate good days at school or trying something new.

  13. Ohhhh, haven’t tried these ones yet! But we love the donuts!! We haven’t implemented it yet, but we want to start doing a family game night every week to help break up the chaos of the school/work week & have some fun family time 🙂 I do try to take them out for a treat when they have good days, especially at school. For example, last week, they all had excellent accomplishments for the day, so we made an impromptu trip to DQ that night!

  14. We celebrate great weather by going out hiking and biking.

  15. We celebrate positive moments when he is helpful, great in school, and his has a good accomplishment.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
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  16. We celebrate when my daughter does well in school since that can be a struggle for her.

  17. Janet W. says:

    An everyday moment we celebrate together is when my grandsons get home and we talk about their day. We celebrate when they “clip up” on their behavior chart at school or earn “boomerang bucks” for good behavior.

  18. Heather Anderson says:

    We love to celebrate my daughters softball achievements with all kinds of different snacks and would love to try these.

  19. Soha Molina says:

    I celebrate everyday that we are together and healthy.

  20. Darcy Epperson says:

    I try to make sure my kids and I have dinner together every night that they are home. We always celebrate our time together with a little snack after dinner. And these would be perfect! Gonna have to make a trip to the store before the 20th!

  21. Kristen says:

    We celebrate those times when we are having a hard day, but choose to be cheerful and grateful for the good things.

  22. Amanda Taylor says:

    My kids love little bites!!

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