4.24.2013

DIY Seed Starter Station {ProBugs Frozen Kefir Style}


Boy are you in for a treat! These Lifeway ProBugs Frozen Kefir treats are just what the doctor ordered. The perfect snack that gives your kids that extra boost..in a good way. Simply amazing that these are actually "healthy" treats to feed your kids. I would have never thought so being the way my boys sucked these down. I grabbed this wonderful treat over at Whole Foods Store. With three scrumptious flavors calling my name, I went with the Orange Creamy Crawler flavor. 

ProBugs Frozen Kefir Treats

Derek told me it tasted like cookie dough {hmmm. not sure about that}
Mason told me it was really good and tasted like sherbet ice cream.


Kids approve! ProBugs Frozen Kefir Treats!

Either way my boys sucked those tubes dry. All 6 of them.

Tubes..did you see those tubes? Your mind was thinking project too right? I mean who would throw those away..I see loads of fun craft projects with them! 

How about a DIY Seed Starter Station----Say What?

DIY Seed Started Station

What you need:
shoe box
scissors
seeds
spray paint
washi tape
white card stock
mini clothespins
ProBugs Tubes
soil

Seed Starter Steps
Get down and dirty filling up those tubes!
Spray paint the shoe box, let dry. 
Create your marker cards. 
Cut slits in the box. 
Slide the tubes in.
Waa-Bam!
Seed Starter Station using recycled ProBug Tubes! #LifewayProBugs #pmedia


Squash, Watermelon and Pumpkin is what we are starting. And then we will transfer them into our big garden. Derek is jazzed to water his little starter garden and watch it grow. 

Back to the goods:
Lifeway ProBugs Frozen Kefir 
- The perfect on the go, anytime Healthy snack that I want to give my boys
-Gluten Free
-Made with organic milk from grass fed cows, free of rBGH and antibiotics
-Filled with more beneficial cultures than other fermented milk products such as yogurt or buttermilk
-A good remedy for digestive problems
and many many more.... visit Lifeway to see them all. You can also find Lifeway on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Make sure to check them out and give them a follow!


I know once you try this product you will fall in love, so just save yourself some money and sign up for Lifeway Coupons ! Go grab these healthy grubbing treats for your kiddos today!





33 comments:

  1. Love this! These look super yummy, and I love what you did to recycle the tubes. Great work lady!

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    1. Why thanks lil mama! I was amazed that my boys sucked these dry-- in about 2 days! :) Hey I am all for yummy and healthy treats!

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  2. Love that these are organic. It's the only way to go for me. I am going to buy some of these for Gracie. She will love them!

    Amanda @ Dreamsicle Sisters

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    1. Love that they are Organic as well Amanda! Your Gracie will eat these up!

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  3. My kids tried these too and loved them. I absolutely love that you recycled the tubes! BTW, I think I heard through the grapevine that you are going to see Chris Tomlin this weekend? If so, I'm gonna be there too :)

    Tara www.aspectacledowl.com

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    1. Hey Tara.. are these not the best?! Thanks for coming over and showing love on such an amazing product!

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  4. I love this idea! I'm definitely doing this with my kiddos when we're done with our box of frozen Probugs!

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    1. Thanks Alissa! Super easy and simple..win win!

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  5. Where were these healthy snacks back when my boys were little?? I love your recycle project Jen! Perfect for Earth Day and another fun memory for the cutest boys in all of blogland ;-)

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    1. Kathe with an E! There you are-- these are amazing and your little grandson will be eating it up...soon! :)

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  6. You are so cute!! I love this project!! It's the perfect time of year too..thanks for the idea Jen! Totally stealing it:)
    XO, Barbara

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  7. You, your kids and this project are so cute! Miss your face!

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    1. Aweeee thanks Summer! Miss you and your cute bump as well!

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  8. I. LOVE. YOU!!!

    Love this idea and love your hot bod. Plus I'm stalking all your social media options. Just saying.
    Kaylynn
    AmongTheYoung.com

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    1. Girl.Friend. Stalk yourself silly! :) Love it! Thanks lil lady!

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  9. Oh, oh, my grandsons are coming in a few weeks - their mother is a health nut and would love it if I was a good mother-in-law and got some of these for the boys!!!

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    1. Perfect idea Heather! Yep- win win, treat and cool project!

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  10. What a cool idea! I may or may not be purchasing those for myself HAHA. :D

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    1. Haha! Tiff they are really good..don't eat them all in one sitting-- or heck- do!

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  11. SO cool, Jen!!! I would have thrown them right in the trash and LOVE your little seed set-up! Awesome!

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  12. Loving this cute little project and especially the new blog design!! Nellie did this?? Dang. Impressed.

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  13. Aren't you the clever one!!! Kids love this stuff XO

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  14. Love it Jen! Those seed starters are great!

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