Ho ho ho! An Organix Goodies Selection Box to give away! (Now closed)

By | November 25, 2013

While researching dairy free selection boxes for my recent post on Christmas treats, I came across a lovely healthy choice for toddlers and older children alike. The Organix Goodies selection box contains 3 oat bars – Apple & Orange, Raspbery & Apple and Apricot flavours. There are also two packets of raisins, one Raisins with Chopped Apple and one Raisins with Chopped Apricots. I know my 2 year old would be as delighted with this as with any kind of chocolate. I like that it’s still a treat but is healthy especially compared to most of the treats everywhere at Christmas. Best of all it’s 100% dairy free. You can order it online at the¬†Organix Shop.

 

Organix Christmas Selection Box

 

They also have many snacks in single packs that would be excellent stocking fillers. I think their Fruit Gummies which are made with 100% fruit and just look like sweets are a definite winner. They are available in Strawberry & Apple and Mango & Apple flavours. You can find these in most major supermarkets along with a whole range of other tasty snacks containing no junk.

 

Organix NEW logo 2013

The kind people at Organix have a selection box to give away to one lucky reader of dairy free kids.

To enter please leave a comment below describing a favourite Christmastime tradition that you like to do with your kids. Please like Organix Goodies on facebook also. I will choose a winner at random.

Make sure your e-mail address is included when you post comment.

We can only accept entrants with Irish or UK postal addresses.

The closing date is Friday 29th November at 11:59pm.

 

*Organix are providing the prize for this competition but I was in no way renumerated for reviewing their products and all opinions are my own.

28 thoughts on “Ho ho ho! An Organix Goodies Selection Box to give away! (Now closed)

  1. Liz

    Has to be the yearly photo by the tree on Christmas Eve before heading to Mass. Can be fun with 3 little ones to get everyone to look at the camera :) Mass where Nana’s sings in the choir and the visit to the Churches Crib after mass and home and tuck the kids up in bed. Then the really fun begins. :)

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    1. Laura K Post author

      Thanks so much for entering Liz, and for telling us your lovely tradition. :) You must have a nice collection of yearly photos now. :) Good luck!

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  2. Lisa | Mama.ie

    On Christmas morning, after we’ve opened the presents and eaten breakfast we love to wrap up warmly and go for a walk on our local beach. If we time it right we get to watch some crazy locals go for a freezing festive dip!

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    1. Laura K Post author

      Thanks for your entry Lisa. Lovely tradition, great to see the mad ones in the sea too I’m sure! Good luck!

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  3. emma weiss

    We watch The Nightmare Before Christmas and The Snowman nearly everyday in the run up to Christmas, usually starting in October (as my LOs love them!) We make Christmas biscuits for Santa and Listen to a Compilation of Christmas songs that I used to listen to every Christmas when I was little!! We also take a funny picture of us all wearing comedy Christmas Jumpers! :)

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    1. Laura K Post author

      You’re making me want to watch those movies now. Lovely tradition. Good luck!

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  4. Suzanne Wilkinson

    Is to sing Xmas songs all the way on our road trips to relatives. Louder the better.

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    1. Laura K Post author

      Another great tradition. Have to admit we love to do this too. :) Best of luck!

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  5. Sorcha king

    I try not to get too many gifts from Santa but with all the uncles and granny and grandad they still get spoiled, it’s the one time of the year it’s ok though

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    1. Laura K Post author

      Guilty of spoiling them here too, it’s hard not to! Good luck!

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  6. Roisin Stapleton

    One person does Santa and hands out everyone a gift and we all open it together

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    1. Laura K Post author

      How nice :) Feeling all Christmassy hearing all these traditions. Thanks for entering, good luck!

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  7. Bumbles of Rice

    SO many different traditions- the basic things like all going to mass together on Christmas morning are the ones that I love the most, although I’d love to start some new ones!

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    1. Laura K Post author

      It’s nice to find new ones when your kids are little, we’ve a few things that are slowly starting to become ‘traditions’. How many years do you need to do it for it to be a tradition I wonder. :) Good luck!

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  8. Fiona O Shea

    Oh it’s got to be putting up the tree! It’s not Christmas in our house without the tree :)

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  9. Laura K Post author

    Yes, you’re right, Christmas arrives when the tree is up :) Good luck!

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    1. Laura K Post author

      Thanks Sarah! This year I’m in a record 5 kris kindles! :) Good luck with the competition!

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  10. Sarah

    Up early to see what Santa has left ( once we’ve sang some Christmas songs in bed – that even happened pre Orlaith :) & mass late breakfast that most likely includes a selection box and afternoon of playing with toys & Christmas movies :)

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    1. Laura K Post author

      Love the singing Christmas songs in bed, my OH would be delighted (not) with that one, I might have to introduce :) Good luck!

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  11. office mum

    Oh so many lovely traditions above! I am obsessed with traditions and family rituals, like getting Santa presents in my home-house even though my sisters and I are all in our thirties, having hot chocolate and watching a Christmas movie on the day we write our Santa letters, decorating the mantle-piece with fairy lights and candles the week before we put up the tree, sneaking ahead of the kids on Christmas morning to make sure Santa is gone (and lighting candles and setting the video camera and putting on Christmas music so it’s all set up when they walk into the room), staying over in my dad’s house on Christmas night so that we can sit up late with my dad and sisters watching Alfred Hitchcock movies and eating cheese…OK I’ll stop now :)

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  12. Breda Rodden

    After our Christmas dinner we all go into the sitting room to open our presents and then – “Let the Games Begin!!”. We love our games-quiz, pictionary etc!

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  13. Laura K Post author

    The competition is now closed, I will announce the winner later today. Thanks everyone for entering and for sharing your lovely traditions. :)

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  14. Laura K Post author

    And the winner is…………….
    Office Mum. Well done!
    Can you send your address details to laura@dairyfreekids.ie and I’ll pass it to Organix.
    Thanks again everyone for entering.

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