Super Squeezies are the quintessential kid-friendly snack and we’ve got a super fun giveaway to celebrate them!

Congrats to our winners: Alpa, Amy and Brigette

Being that the first official day of summer is tomorrow that can only mean ONE thing summer camp is right around the corner and so is the dilemma of  packing snacks and lunch…there are so many choices it is literally impossible to decide which are the best yogurts, juice boxes and treats to pack along! well I’ve done a bit of taste testing and here is one that gets both my and my kids fervent thumbs up!

Parents concerned about finding healthy, delicious snacks for their kids – and those who have children with allergies – take note: Sunrise Soya Foods, Canada’s leader in traditional and innovative tofu and soy products, is pleased to announce the U.S. launch of Super Squeezies Omega-3 DHA pudding dessert tubes.

Bottom line: kids will love Super Squeezies because they’re delicious.  Parents love them because they are a healthy alternative to other desserts.  Each tube contains a vegetarian source of Omega-3 DHA, which is important for brain, eye and heart health.”


 These non-dairy treats are the perfect choice for kids with food allergies or intolerances as well as active children on the go. They make a great chilled snack.  Parents can freeze Super Squeezies and pack them frozen in their child’s lunch box. Sold at a suggested retail price of $3.99 for a box of eight tubes,  they can be found in the refrigerated soy sections of local grocery stores and supermarkets in Massachusetts, New York and New Jersey. For more information about Super Squeezies visit

And if you want an easy way to get your kids involved in some cooking prep- we’ve got an easy recipe for you Super Squeezies Mini Tarts!

These fun tarts are delicious and so easy to make. Kids  would make great kitchen helpers decorating them with  fruits, nuts, candies or cereal bits. Skip the hassle of  making the tart filling from scratch; one Super Squeezies tube fills 4 mini tarts and takes only minutes to assemble!

Prep Time: 8-10 min   Bake Time: 15 min

Servings: 24 mini tarts

1 (480g) package Super Squeezies – Strawberry Banana/

Chocolate Fudge (this recipe requires only 6 of 8 tubes; 3 tubes per flavour) 24 frozen mini tart shells

(Optional) Choice of toppings (eg, fruits/ candies/ cereal bits/ whipped cream)

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) or as instructed on box of frozen mini tart shells.

2. Bake empty mini tart shells according to instructions on package or till golden brown, then allow shells to cool completely.

3. Fill all mini tarts with Super Squeezies; 1 tube fills approximately 4 mini tart shells to brim.

4. Decorate with toppings of choice (optional)

5. Enjoy immediately or keep chilled till required.

Tip: Did you know that Super Squeezies are nut-free?

To make this a nut-free recipe, omit nuts when decorating  the mini tarts.
Calories: 70   Fat: 4.5g (Saturated Fat: 1.5g)   Carbohydrates: 9g   Protein: 2g   Fibre: 1g  Sugars: 3g  Sodium: 40mg
Cholesterol: 5mg (from tart shells)  Calcium: 0%  Iron: 4% As per one serving size: 1 mini tart

View recipe online: And click here to download this coupon to snag some for yourself!

And guess what! We are offering three lucky readers a Super Squeezies insulated lunch box (perfect for keeping the Super Squeezies cold until it’s time for lunch at school or summer camp!), as well as a box of Super Squeezies! For a chance to be one of our THREE winners leave a comment on this blog post with your go-to summer snack for your kids. For a second entry you can Follow @MelissaSChapman on Twitter and Retweet this giveaway! For a Third entry you can Like The Staten Island family on facebook! For a fourth entry you can follow MelissaSChapmanwriter on Instagram and for a fifth entry you can follow @MelissaSchapman on Pinterest Good luck! Giveaway ends July 2nd!

This post is part of a sponsored conversation with Super Squeezies but as is always the case all opinions expressed are my own.



  1. Sina C. says

    Our summer snack is a homemade popsicle.
    We make a smoothie out of kale, bananas and pomegranate juice.
    Fill them in popsicle molds, freeze and enjoy!
    It’s never been easier to kids your kids to eat vegetables!

  2. Georgia Beckman says

    Our go to snack is definitely popsicles. Keeps them hydrated, doesn’t ruin their appetites at dinner time, they’re easy enough to get by themselves, cheap enough to buy & easy enough to make your own!

  3. Amy Tolley says

    our go to summer snack is either go gurts or Popsicle…my son loves them even the older kids grab them thanks for this chance

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