March 2, 2015

Libby's Vegetable and Fruit Cups Review and a Giveaway!

This post is sponsored by Libby's. Libby’s® Vegetable and Fruit Cups are perfectly portioned, portable, and microwaveable. Available in varieties such as Sweet Corn, Diced Carrots, Cut Green Beans and Sweet Peas, the 4 oz. cups each contain one full serving size of veggies and don’t skimp on taste or health benefits.


I was really excited when I was recently contacted by Libby's to try out one of their brand new product lines, Libby's Fruit and Vegetable Cups! I've worked with Libby's for past posts (Baked Cream Cheese Corn and Crumbled Bacon and Overnight Refrigerator Pear Oatmeal), and I really love their products!

What I think is really great about the new line (that is available in stores nationwide!) is that they are portioned cups. They are 4 ounces each, which is so perfect for so many reasons. I can't tell you how many times I've opened a larger can or bag of fruit or veggies when I only needed just a little bit of what's in it.  Been there?  If I don't have plans to use the leftovers, I end up throwing them away, and that's something I don't want to do.  Now I can use one or two of the Libby's Cups in a recipe and nothing goes to waste.  Perfect!



The portioned cups are also great when feeding little ones in your family.  I can open up a cup of fruit or veggies for my two-year-old at lunchtime and again, nothing goes to waste!  The prep is super quick and easy, too, which means no meltdowns from my little guy.  That makes me a happy Momma.

Or, how about those picky eaters in your family?  Is one person not too crazy about carrots?  Does one person always want peas?  No problem!  Everyone can pick the side they want and everyone's happy!


Here are a few more reasons why I give Libby's Vegetable and Fruit Cups a thumbs up:
  • Packed with vitamins and minerals, Fruit & Vegetable Cups offer a complete serving of healthy goodness.
  • Take them everywhere and eat them anywhere!  Enjoy them for packed lunches, customizable dinners and on-the-go snacks.
  • All fruit and vegetables are grown and packed in the United States.


Here are a few recipes that are perfectly suited for Libby's Vegetable Cups!




Homemade Chicken Pot Pie, Seared Scallops with Creamy Bacon Corn Sauce, Chicken and Buttermilk Dumplings, and Butternut Squash and Sausage Shepherd's Pie. (Clockwise from top left.)


Now, what do you say we have a GIVEAWAY! The good folks at Libby's and I have partnered to give one lucky reader a Pyrex Food Storage Set, a $75 Visa Gift Card, and an assortment of Libby’s® Vegetable Cups!  It's a fabulous prize pack!

Check out the Pyrex Storage Set:


Awesome, right?  All you have to do is fill in the Rafflecopter form below and you're in the running to be the winner!  Good luck and I hope y'all enjoy Libby's Vegetable and Fruit Cups as much as we do!


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Disclosure:  This post is sponsored by Libby's. As always, all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.

35 comments:

  1. I like to use them for quick lunch sides when I have my grands here :)

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  2. Pan seared chicken with carrots and sauerkraut! - Jenna O

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  3. I would make some kind of casserole and a dump cake.

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  4. I'm not big on vegetables, but they would be good for soup!

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  5. I would use them as on-the-go additions to a winter salad yum :)

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  6. A delish Chicken Corn Chowder! :)

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  7. I like to make a tomato veggie soup by adding a cup each of Libby's carrots, corn, string beans to Campbell's tomato soup!

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  8. I like to make a tomato veggie soup by adding a cup each of Libby's carrots, corn, string beans to Campbell's tomato soup!

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  9. I like to use them to make a quick chili, especially the corn!

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  10. I use them in homemade Minestrone Soup.

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  11. I love to use them in Chicken Fried Rice! We add the corn and peas!

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  12. They are great to use with my husband's lunches that he takes to work.

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  13. I would use these in a veggie soup.

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  14. I like to make minestrone soup

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  15. I serve them as sides when I make meatloaf. Vegetable soup sounds good too!

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  16. I use the diced carrots in a stew.

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  17. I like the green beans for a tuna casserole.

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  18. I use Libbys corn in vegetable soup - shaunie

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  19. I use in a pasta salad, they are great.

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  20. I like to make vegetable soup with them

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  21. Waste not, want not! Great idea and no more throwing out unused veggies!

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  22. I havent actually ever used them! But Id love to try!

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  23. It would be a great side when we make chicken fried steak with mashed potatoes and gravy.

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  24. I would make chicken pot pie.

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  25. I haven't tried. Looks like they would be great for one person meals. Thanks.

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  26. I use the vegetables for chicken pot pie!

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  27. I would make a roast with the carrots and corn.

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  28. Id like to try individual pot pies because I have a large family with different tastes.

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  29. I would make a vegetable chicken soup with the veggies.

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  30. I use them all the time in soups and casseroles. Italian sausage soup, I use the carrots for every week. Or when I make mexican casserole!

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  31. Chicken pot pies, soups, casseroles, or just s quick side dish.

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