Its been a super busy week for us at Yeah Lifestyle and we have realised that it is the last day to post the The Great #OreoCookieQuest Challenge by Britmums. We were sent 2 bars of Oreo cookies for us to to create, capture and share our joyful family moments with Oreo in celebration of The Great Oreo Cookie Quest – a fun and exciting way to win great family prizes #OreoCookieQuest. Seeing that its officially Spring but the weather is UK is still stuck in Winter mode, we were unable to head out as planned hence just decided to head out for a walk in the snow. Determined not to be stopped by the snow on our quest to spend some quality time together, we headed out with our Oreos in hand. The main aim of our blog post is for us to show you that Oreo cookies are not only yummy and delicious snack but easy to carry and bring with us and a great snack to be enjoyed by the whole family. Do read on to find out how our day went and what we were up to.
If you love competitions, then we must mention that Oreo are celebrating The Great Oreo Cookie Quest promotion on-packs now. This means that anyone can pick up a pack and have a chance to win awesome prizes, including a once-in-a-lifetime trip to California and the Googleplex. All you need to do is grab a pack of Oreos the next time you are our shopping. Using your phone, head to the OreoQuest’s website and scan your cookie to join in the contest or alternatively install the Great Oreo Cookie Quest app from the Google or Apple Store. Who know’s you might just be the lucky one!
So as you can see the snow did not stop us from heading our for a walk, all ready we headed out around the block with temperatures reaching -2 C. We had a quick run about and then a snow ball fight and lastly we decided to build a snowman. We traditionally we buy Oreo cookies to make Oreo smoothies or Oreo cupcakes which taste amazing and everyone is often fighting to get the last bit of it. But with our kids being tired and needing a quick energy boost, we did not bother to head back to bake anything with it but decided to stop to munch on some Oreo cookies as a snack before we proceeded to head back home. Do note that the recommended serving per child is 2 biscuits per serving so although they are so moreish and you could easily eat a handful, try to eat them in moderation.
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* This post is an entry for BritMums #OreoCookieQuest, sponsored by Oreo