Subway Healthy Kids Meals and Frozen $50 GC Giveaway!

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One of our favorite places to eat is Subway.  I like that each person can tailor their meal to his or her liking.  It’s all about making choices, hopefully healthy choices at that.  My children like Subway because they feel like they get control over what they eat (I’m not simply putting something in front of them, take it or leave it).

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When it comes to the Subway’s healthy kids meals, Paige is adventurous!  This time she went with a ham, no cheese, lettuce, onion, tomato, olives and banana pepper with vinegar.  Sometimes, she wants chicken, lettuce and mayo.  The girl is all over the board!  Where Johnny has his favorite sandwich and never, ever ventures on to something else, Paige will create her own perfect sandwich…with a variety of toppings!  The Subway healthy kids meals are just perfect for our little girl who has to try it all!

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Not only are the Subway sandwiches tasty (and healthy!) but I love the kids meal packs.  Aren’t the sacks just adorable?

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Paige and I recently had a fun outing with the two of my best friends to see the Disney movie, Frozen.  It was so good!  Humor, family bonds, singing, oh!  The music was wonderful!  I’m not sure who I loved more, Olaf the Snowman or Sven the Reindeer.  The four of us laughed and laughed and of course, they all were anticipating on some tears.  I just can’t help it!  Disney has a hit with Frozen…it’s found a very warm place in our hearts!

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I’m pretty sure we’re going to see it again this weekend because it was just that good!  Movies and Subway, I’m pretty sure there isn’t anything better!

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Trying out her dad’s Chipotle Chicken!

 

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Sky is the mother of two children, ages 15 and 7, and she resides in Nebraska. In addition to being a contributor at Eighty MPH Mom, she has plenty of blogging experience, as the owner and author of Seeryus Mama for over seven years.

480 Comments

  1. I keep my Son healthy this Holiday season is by having fruit and veges every day! We eat at home, and I make home cooked meals! We eat nuts, fruits, and vegetables every day! We also love going out to Subway to eat their healthy sandwiches!

  2. I bought a big bag of mixed nuts since they’re excellent for health longevity. Have a little bit every day and that’s all it takes.

  3. I’m trying to serve fruit or veggies with every meal. And encourage outside exercise, weather permitting.
    jtmagmom73(at)gmail(dot)com

  4. I bought a lot of apples and we were given a bunch of oranges and they’re enjoying them
    annabella @ centurytel dot net

  5. We try and make sure that the kids get a fruit, veggie, milk and protein with lunch and dinner. They MUST eat at least half of each.

  6. Susan O'Bryant on

    We don’t have babies yet, but when we do, I imagine we will limit treats to special times only, to build good habits with healthy meals on a regular basis.

  7. hand sanitizer, healthy snacks, vitamins and probiotics for the tummy to keep from getting that upset stomach feeling she used to get alot.

  8. Eileen Richter on

    Lots of vitamin C with citrus fruits we bought from a family member’s school fundraiser. And we are pretty good about eating lean meats and veggies year round. Lots of antibacterial use around the house lately and not too many late nights allowed…kids need lots more sleep when winter compromises the immune system. This I know.

  9. kelly nicholson on

    Share a way you are keeping your children healthy this holiday season.

    no children,but fior healthier kids make them d=food at home instead of fast food

  10. I help keep my son healthy by serving healthy foods, giving him a multivitamin and we always make sure to wash our hands when we get home from the store, school etc. so we don’t spread germs.

  11. I keep my kiddos healthy by keeping them active (off the couch as much as possible), constantly remind them to wash hands, and keep lots of fresh fruits and veggies in the fridge!

  12. We limit the number of indulgent food/snacks for the holidays and try to find things that they will enjoy but are also healthy, like fruits and nuts.

  13. I’ve been keeping my grandsons healthy this season by washing their hands a lot and eating healthy snacks and meals.

  14. I keep the chocolate away that great grandma wants him to eat! lol We also give him sidekicks when his day wasn’t the best with eating/getting all what he needs.

  15. We’ve gotten rid of all the sugary sweets and high sodium products. More veggies and fruits and my daughter loves flavored water.
    Carol L

  16. I try to keep their hands washed and I wash my hands a lot, too.
    I take Vitamin C in order to prevent me from getting sick, and thus getting my babies sick.

  17. We make sure to drink plenty of water, take vitamins, try to eat plenty of fruits and veggies. We also try to make sure we wash our hands a lot.

  18. I am keeping my daughter healthy by keeping plenty of fruit and veggies in the house for her to eat.

    kport207 at gmail dot com

  19. I give my kids a lot of fruits and veggies. I also have them take a daily vitamin and encourage good hand washing.

  20. Our children are grown, but when they come home for holidays we always try to eat healthy and get exercise. Thanks for the giveaway.

  21. During the holidays, I did not make a lot of sweets, not only to help kids not eat so much but also for me, if it is there I want to eat it, we had a lot of cold veggies and cheeses and dips which we all enjoyed, and I rarely buy sweets here now.

  22. I am an honorary “extra” Grandmother to my Husband’s three Grand Kids: We don’t see them as often as we’d like. However, when they do visit, I make sure we keep our wood stove roaring, because the kids are not used to Owls Head NY weather.

  23. They eat healthy take vitamins and do indoor activities to keep them semi toned up

    pattifritz2000 at yahoo dot com
    thank you

  24. We’re trying to get my son interested in different veggies so I’ve been letting him pick new ones to try and look for recipes to make with veggies

    demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

  25. I give them vitamins daily and they like yogurt in their lunch. Dress them warm in cold weather and limit outdoor time

  26. Giving a hearty breakfast of oatmeal or another hot choice like eggs. Its cold here and without something warm and healthy little bodies (and big ones) run out of fuel easy!

  27. I try to offer a large variety of foods, so that healthy eating doesn’t get boring and tedious. Thank you.

  28. my daughter is away at college so I’m working on keeping ME healthy by having lots of fruits and veggies in the house and no junk!

  29. Colleen Maurina on

    We tried hard to eat healthy meals and snacks during the holidays and limited the amount of special holiday treats.

  30. danielle lima on

    We gave up soda for New Years. The prior year we gave up Wendy’s, Taco Bell, McDonald’s and Burger King.

  31. I keep them healthy by providing a healthy nutritional diet with fruits and veggies, and encourage hand washing to prevent illness during this time of year!

  32. courtney hennagir on

    I have been tweaking certain holiday recipes to cut out excess sugar and butter and also we have been drinking more water!

  33. Carole Ingram on

    By making them what they like the most but finding ways of incorporating healthier option in their diet :) if I make them spaghetti, I will go with the higher fiber/higher protein versions, or even get them to try spaghetti squash :) they like it!

  34. The usual vitamins and extra vitamin c but also this year we are avoiding places like museums, he’s picking up enough germs at school and I don’t need anymore this season!

  35. I’m keeping them healthy by incorporating more foods high in Vitamin C into their meals to keep their immune system running strong.

  36. Luckily my daughter loves vegetables and fruit so that is no problem for me. I also bought her a small trampoline for inside so she can get exercise when it’s so cold out!

  37. Pauline Milner on

    Our kids eat healthy all of the time so they are not particularly fond of junk food. Sometimes when we are doing a lot of visiting and they are eating a lot of different foods like various dips and crackers, prepared meats, etc. they will complain of a belly ache. I think it is just because they are not used to those foods. A friend also suggested that the MSG in those foods may be disagreeing with them. Thank you for the super giveaway opportunity. Keep up the terrific blogging.

  38. Mary Anderson on

    I serve a variety of fruits and vegetables with their meals and encourage Greek yogurt for between-meal snacks.

  39. I let them eat the candy and cookies from the holidays “all at once” I let them just eat it up in a few days, to be over and done with it!!! LOL While emphasizing… you eat this, you are going to brush your teeth TWICE, k? And they did not get to eat any unless they ate their good things all day. I do not let them just sit around, we still stay busy and play outside unless it’s well below zero! hahaha

  40. I don’t have kids but i stay on track by choosing subway when i dont feel like cooking. there’s so many healthy and delicious choices.

  41. I am trying to incorporate more fruits and veggies into my girls diets. We started a new thing where every week at the grocery store they can pick a new fruit or veggie to try. This is encouraging them to experiment with new things and they are more excited to try because they are making the choice of what they want. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

  42. I’ve stocked the frig with lots of healthy snacks and tried to keep the sweets this holiday season to a minimum.

  43. my kids enjoy water, we keep them healthy by balancing out their diet with fruits and veggies and we almost always eat at home, we take them to indoor playgrounds for them to exercise

  44. Sometimes it’s hard, but sometimes you just have to say “no, thanks” to all the sweets and goodies being offered (to you and your kiddos).

  45. We exercise as a family for 1 hour everyday. We drink water instead of sugary drinks and eat plenty of fruits and veggies.

  46. I am helping to keep my kids healthy by letting them take a part in meal preparation and decisions regarding healthy food choices for our meals!

  47. We are eating lots of fruit and veggie based snacks and increasing our activity levels.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 AT gmail DOT com

  48. I try to bake rather than fry. I also use lighter alternatives (margarine versus butter, seasonings rather than oil to add flavor), etc . . .

  49. I am making sure that they eat healthy snacks & limit how much candy & cookies they eat. Thank u for the chance to win.

  50. I keep food on hand that is quick and easy to grab and go such as cheese sticks and recently I made a big batch of home made burritos for the freezer.

  51. I make food fun so they are more inclined to want to eat the healthy foods. I use cookie cutters and other tools to make fun shapes out of foods. I also don’t put much candy in their Christmas stockings. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

  52. Still making sure they get enough physical activity, even if that means finding somewhere indoors to run around and play if its freezing out!

  53. I have been really encouraging lots of hand washing and sanitizer this holiday season. In addition to all of the everyday germs, my son is a youth wrestler and my husband is a high school wrestling coach so he comes into contact with a plethora of interesting germs. Ick.

  54. I just try to make sure we have as many fresh fruits and veggies around, as we do sweet stuff. And I make sure they reach for those as much as the goodies!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  55. I keep my kids healthy by cooking for them from scratch I cook 6 out of 7 days a week I try to stay away from processed foods as much as possibile and I pack their lunches I think this keeps everyone on track during the holidays and any other time

  56. I believe in mental health being of as much importance as physical health! Our household does not use slave products from overseas, we do not eat meat that comes from abused animals, and we wear dye-free clothing whenever possible to stay healthy inside and out!

  57. keep them healthy by keeping them moving! i dont let them sit in front of the TV eating cheeto’s all day.they get up and play and move around.they love to hunt ,so that is a win win..they enjoy it and it feeds our family.

  58. Cathy Jarolinm on

    I always made sure they had their Coats, hats, gloves & scarves on. Their Boots too if it were snowing or snow on the ground..I also gave them a lot of soup..So much easier to control your children when they are young..Lol!

  59. Here in central Florida, staying warm is not a problem. Staying well is… we have been using natural remedies, like essential oils, and practicing good hand washing techniques.

  60. Our daughter is almost a year, and eating pretty much only healthy foods has been a priority that we have been successful in, it even helps us eat healthier. When I say I will not give her that to eat, it makes us think about why we are eating it!

  61. i dont have kids…. but if i did i would make the walk all the way down to the subway shop and get ma a sandwich

  62. i am keeping the kids healthy this holiday season by making sure we get enough rest. we are also eating healthy and exercising too!

  63. My children are grown, I’ve made my mistakes with their diets and now with my great-nephew I enjoy making healthy snacks that are fun to eat and always involve him in the process.

  64. Paula Gillespie on

    I got my daughter a flu shot and I keep her at home as much as possible right now during this horrible flu season. I have her wash her hands often and use hand sanitizer when out and about

  65. Plenty of sleep, lots of water, fruits and veggies and many, many handwashings. Add some chewable vitamins to the mix as well.

  66. Fill them up with healthy goodies before they go anywhere so they are less tempted to gorge on non-healthy goodies.

  67. I’ve been keeping a lot of good old fashioned soap and water in the mix. I try, when we are out, to make sure everyone wears gloves a lot of the time so hands are not meeting faces.

    I wipe door knobs and light switches a lot, too.

  68. rochelle johnson on

    we are getting healthier foods and going outside to ride our bikes when the weather will let us.
    we are also doing what we call random dancing, some yells out random dancing and we have to dance for 3 minutes…lol

  69. farrah williams on

    I am keeping my kids healthy this season by making sure they take their vitamins, eating fruits and veggies, cutting down their sugar, and making sure they well balanced meals and healthy snacks.

  70. Jacqueline Weiskopff on

    I make sure they are bundled up good before going off to the school bus. Plus, I try to remind them to wash their hands often.

  71. We are taking extra vitamin C and Zinc and making sure to wash our hands regularly to keep germs at bay.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

  72. I don’t have little kids anymore but when I get a chance to cook for my grandkids I like to use whole grains, fruits and veggies, organic whenever possible :)

  73. Thanks for the giveaway…we make sure the kids are eating extra fruits & vegetables during the cold & flu season ! …and hand-washing !!!

  74. We just try not to eat too much junk food. If we go to a festival, we try to snack on veggies.

    Lyndsey.rullman at hotmail dot com

  75. Vikki Billings on

    I keep them healthy by making sure they take their vitamins, drink plenty of fluids and wash their hands a lot.

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