Tuesday, July 19, 2011

#Giveaway - A Back-To-School Adventure with Frito-Lay

Do you dread the brown bag?

Have you lost your love for leftovers?

Whether you are tired of making the same-old, same-old... or having to eat it, Frito-Lay is here to spice things up with a little adventures for the whole family with their variety pack vocation.

I pack lunches for picnics, delivering to my DH on a tractor, or just at home. I know to mix up the combinations and keep things fun. With a little help from Frito-Lay, it is easy for me to keep my family happy and combat the lunch rut.

 For my adventuresome combinations, I made a Turkey and Bacon Wrap served with chopped veggies and Cool Ranch Doritos...

Then served Tuna Salad Onigiri (Japanese rice balls) with mixed berries and Original Sun Chips.

And lastly an Homemade Egg Muffin with avocado and tomato served with Classic Lays Potato Chips.

So, what exciting combinations would you come up with? Perhaps a Roasted Red Pepper Grilled Cheese with Chili Cheese Fritos? Or a Classic Turkey and Swiss with Sour Cream and Onion Chips? Keep thinking about your answer and be sure to check out the giveaway at the end of this post.

Grab a Frito-Lay variety pack, either classic or the flavor mix and you are one step closer to your lunch adventure. And starting July 4th, for a limited time, when you purchase one of these variety packs you will be able to download one of three different exclusive Choose Your Own Adventure digital books.

I grew up on those Choose Your Own Adventure books. I can't wait to start reading the one Frito-Lay sent for me to review. Since my son doesn't read on his own yet, I plan to break it up over a few nights at bedtime.

So, tear into a Classic Mix, with Classic Lays, Nacho Cheese Doritos, Cool Ranch Doritos, Crunchy Cheetos, Original Sun Chips and Original Fritos.

Or rip into the Flavor Mix with Sour Cream & Onion Lays, Barbeque Lays, Crunchy Cheetos, Spicy Nacho Doritos, Cool Ranch Doritos and Chili Cheese Fritos.

As your family heads back-to-school or work, don't forget to grab a variety pack of Frito-Lays chips.

Keep an eye out for promotional displays such as this one in your local grocery store.

Okay, so did you think of an answer to my question before? In classic CYOA style, if you have your answer, proceed to the giveaway below....

If not, then go back up to my sample combinations for inspiration and choose your own combination.

Giveaway Time!
I have (1) $100 Frito-Lay Preferred Grocer Gift Card & Choose Your Own Adventure Book set to giveaway to a US resident.

*This giveaway has been extended to 8/3!

Mandatory Entry : Let me know your most adventurous lunch combination, including which Frito-Lay favorite would go with it. Be sure to leave a way to contact you if you win (or have your profile public).

For optional extra entries, do any or all of the following and leave a comment letting me know after you do the mandatory entry mentioned above:

  • Enter any of my other current giveaway (1 entry each)
  • Follow my blog via Google Friend Connect - leave your username  (1 entry)
  • Subscribe via email to my blog, be sure to confirm your subscription. (2 entries)
  • Follow @FritoLayUSA on twitter (1 entry)
  • Follow me on twitter (@notimeMom)  & tweet about this giveaway. (limit 2 tweets a day at least 1 hour between tweets) Be sure to leave the tweet URL in your comment. (1 entry/tweet) Feel free to use:

#Win a $100 Gift Card & Choose Your Own Adv. Book Set from @FritoLayUSA @notimeMom http://bit.ly/qejdJh (ends 8/3) #Giveaway

*Disclaimer - I received samples and a book in order to write my honest review. All opinions are my own. Winner must be a resident of the US & be 18 years of age or older. Winner will be drawn via random.org and contacted by the email on your profile or left in the entry. Winner will have 48 to respond and claim the prize. If not, I will redraw for a new winner. Giveaway ends 8/3 at 11:59 pm PST. It is open to US residents only.  I am not responsible for lost or misdirected prizes. The prizes will be sent out from the sponsor or responsible PR firm.
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