Eat Like a Dinosaur GET KIDS EXCITED Giveaway!

Last week’s giveaway is now over! Congratulations to the winner, AdronsCatherine! We will be contacting you soon for details on receiving your prize!

It’s almost time! Eat Like a Dinosaur is officially on its way from the printer to a bookseller near you!

As the books get in the hands of some pre-release reviewers, we are astounded by the kind words being said about it. We poured our heart into this book and really tried to think of a lot of little things to make it accessible and enjoyable for a broad spectrum of real-food families. Hearing that our message is ringing clear in the book and kids are excited about it is all we could ever ask for.

In case you’re wondering what book, here’s a link to the Amazon “peek” inside – where you can read chapters, see the layout and even test one of our absolute favorite recipes, Frozen Waffles!

When people visit our site or read the book, the number one question they have is not about getting kids on a real food diet or how to combat peer pressure. It always seems to be, Where do you get you plates and lunchboxes? Seriously! And that shouldn’t be too surprising, because people eat with their eyes first. Especially kids!

You put a so-so meal on a fantastic serving plate, and you might just tip the edge on having your child be more willing to try it. So today, we’re giving away our most buzzworthy kid-friendly food accessories! In this giveaway, you will win:

1. THREE Jo!e Monster Bowls
Our most asked about dish! People see these on our blog (from our granola and hot cereal recipes) and ask where they can find them.
In this prize pack, you will receive the 3 colors we have: Red, Purple and Orange.
New… obviously, we can’t give you ours – then what would we do?!

2. The Fred Food Face plate
For all your food-playing needs! Sometimes, you just need to turn your food into hair for a smiling plate.
Featured in our recent “Linguine” with Clam Sauce, this plate even makes Brussels sprouts look fun in Eat Like a Dinosaur.

3. SugarBooger Recycled Melamine Children’s Tray Set
Any kid I’ve ever met loves compartment type trays.
And we love that this one is made from recycled materials and includes a cup and silverware too!
This cute speckled tray is perfect for serving dinners to your little ones! We used it in our review of Well Fed.

4. SugarBooger Good Lunch Sack Set
The adorable bags are made for much more than cheerios and sandwiches! When you need a Graham Cookie sandwich, jerky or hard boiled eggs on the go, these bags (with choices from Butterflies to Robots) are sure to be your child’s favorite! Plus, they’re MUCH better for the earth and your health, since they’re made of lead-free nylon, cotton and EVA. The winner’s set will be the monster one shown above, like we used here and here.

5. Munchkin Dip Dish

As humble as this little dish is, it’s Wesley’s absolute favorite. Kids LOVE to dip! We devoted a whole chapter of our book to dips and sauces because it excites kids and gets them to eat foods they normally wouldn’t.
So use this fun little tray to serve up Pineapple Dip with Golden Nuggets or Texas BBQ Sauce from Eat Like a Dinosaur!

6. LunchBots Primary Set
I wish we’d known about LunchBots sooner! We got this set for the boys for Christmas and they work perfectly for on-the-go snacks. These clean and sanitary stainless steel containers are perfect for containing dry snacks, like dried fruit and salami! And the bright colors appeal to a child’s eye. I also love that they hold a chill well – they’re perfect for hard boiled eggs on the go!
This prize pack includes the Blue Uno, Orange Duo (with a handy divider) and Green Pico (also with a divider).

7. The Goodbyn Original and Goodbyn Bynto and Sticker Set
Completely leak proof with handles for easy carrying, your kids will love to decorate these and bring them to school!  The smaller version, the Bynto, is PERFECT for a preschool snack. You can read our review of Goodbyn and the differences between the Original and Bynto here!
This prize set includes 1 Original, 1 Bynto (choose from raspberry or pineapple) and 1 extra sticker set (like in our post)

8. The Laptop Lunch Bento Box Set
We love to pack our (often juicy) lunches in compartment lunch boxes, and the Bento Box set is one of our favorite. It easily separates different foods, wet and dry without the use of extra bags or containers. Cole loves the little “dip” container and silverware (since the lunch lady is often too busy to respond to him in time for plastic-ware) – very convenient! See it in action here and here!

9. A signed (by the whole family) copy of Eat Like a Dinosaur
We cannot guarantee that the boys won’t just scribble, but it adds a personal touch – right?


STEP 1: How to enter (leave ONE COMMENT when you have completed ALL of the following):

If you’re not on one of the social media below, that’s ok – just do the rest of the items listed, please!

  1. “Like”and “Follow” Paleo Parents on the social media you follow (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, Klout, etc.)
  2. “Like” and “Follow” Laptop Lunches on social media (Facebook and Twitter)
  3. “Like” and “Follow” Goodbyn on social media (Facebook and Twitter)
  4. “Like” and “Follow” Lunchbots on social media (Facebook and Twitter)
  5. “Like” Eat Like a Dinosaur on Amazon
  6. Lastly – spread the word! Don’t hog entry for yourself… Share this giveaway on the social media forum of your choice!

STEP 2: Leave another “bonus” comment if you’ve pre-ordered Eat Like a Dinosaur (THANK YOU!)

Giveaway Closes March 12th at 10AM EST – when we will then be posting our 3rd in the Eat Like a Dinosaur Giveaway Extravaganza series, EAT YOUR WAY THROUGH THE BOOK! Please note, I’m sorry but this giveaway is for US entrants only (we must be able to ship from Amazon.com in order for you to enter this giveaway).

Can I win? I’m totally jealous of the lucky winner – 20 of our favorite items!

About Matthew

Matthew McCarry has written 222 post in this blog.

Matt is the husband of Stacy and somehow manages to contribute to this blog in between taking care of three children, producing the Paleo View Podcast and cooking most of the food featured here.