Cocobella Kids: Review & Giveaway

Cocobella Kids feature
Elliott has always been a water and milk boy, actually, I have admitted that he is in fact a milkoholic. I think in his entire life I’ve given him about two juice drinks on special occasions because I just cringe at the sugar content of those popper type drinks. But I’ve found an alternative for when Elliott asks for something different and surprisingly, fussy eater Elliott actually likes it, it’s Cocobella Kids Coconut Water & Juice!

Cocobella Kids Elliott
You may have heard of the makers of Australia’s leading coconut water brand, Cocobella? Well they’ve now introduced a Cocobella Kids range, Australia’s first range of coconut water drinks for kids. It is 70% coconut water and 30% juice and nothing else, coconut water is naturally rich in minerals (especially potassium) making it a great natural source of hydration and fuel for normal growth and development in kids. This is something I’m much happier to give Elliott in his lunchbox or as a quick refresher.

Did you know that coconut water naturally contains half the sugar of apple juice? Cocobella kids naturally contains around 50% less sugar than leading kids fruit juices and contains no added sugar, no added colours or flavours and no additives or preservatives. Here’s a brand comparision table that Cocobella put together…look at the difference in sugar content! Wow!

Cocobella Kids brand comparison
I have also discovered that Cocobella Kids is brilliant in smoothies! With Elliott being the milkaholic that he is and also being a lover of smoothies, I thought I’d try replacing the milk in his smoothies with the Cocobella Kids coconut water & juice. The end result was a winner. Elliott loved it and so did I. Here are the ingredients that I combined in the blender.

Cocobella Kids smoothie
Cocobella Kids is a lunch-box-friendly and healthy coconut water drink for kids made from 70% coconut water, 30% fruit juice and nothing else. Cocobella Kids is available in 200ml Tetra-Pak (BPA-free) and in two yummy fruit flavours (Apple Berry Breeze, Tropical Island) Cocobella Kids retails for $3.49 per 3-pack in Woolworths supermarkets nationally. #cocobellakids

Would you like to try this refreshing and healthier new option in your home? I’ve got 5 packs to give away to 5 lucky winners – each prize pack includes 20 x 3 Tetra-Pak’s of Cocobella Kids.

All you have to do to enter is follow the steps in the rafflecopter below, making sure that you answer the all important question because that’s how we judge the winners…the best and most creative answers. Don’t make them boring! And don’t forget, your brilliant answer will only be valid if you complete all steps in the rafflecopter.

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And the 5 winners are….

Jocelyn R

Kristy Middleton

Lauren @ Create Bake Make

Melanie Whittle

Bet Hogan

All winners have been emailed. Please respond within 3 days to claim your prize.


Disclosure – I was sent samples of Cocobella Kids in exchange for a review. Cocobella also donated the 5 x 20 packs for purpose of running a competition for my readers. I did not receive payment for this review.

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Eva Lewis (The Multitasking Woman)

Eva is the Editor and Owner of The Multitasking Woman - a lifestyle and parenting blog.She always has her fingers in many different pies but wouldn't have it any other way. Eva is a Mum to her 4-year-old son, 2 month old daughter, two chickens, one dog and a fish called Bob and a wife to Mr G. They all live happily in their little cottage on the outskirts of Brisbane.

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  1. Diana
    March 3, 2015 / 4:17 pm

    Frozen grapes, they taste awesome & keep lunches cool too.

  2. Bet Hogan
    March 3, 2015 / 7:18 pm

    Let the kids help pack their own, it makes them want to eat it more 🙂

    • Bet Hogan
      March 11, 2015 / 4:53 pm

      thanks Eva 🙂 have returned email.

  3. Claire Thrower
    March 3, 2015 / 9:40 pm

    My kids love picking at food, so I give them little bits of finger food, cheese, carrot, cherry tomatoes, crackers etc.

  4. Skye Phillips
    March 3, 2015 / 9:50 pm

    My son picks his own lunch, the lunchbox of the day (we have 3 to choose from) and sandwhich shapes- triangle, square or daisy..

  5. Mum Of Five Girls
    March 3, 2015 / 9:51 pm

    My miss 6 is a fussy one so I pack small portions of a variety of things into cute little containers in her lunchbox…a lot more gets eaten this way…oh and I get sick of cutting crusts off her sandwiches so I now use sandwich cutters…she loves the cute sandwiches and to me it’s like cheating with the crust cutting…win win!!

  6. staceyshailer
    March 3, 2015 / 9:53 pm

    A variety of sandwich and wrap fillings, plus alternatives to sandwiches like fritters, mini quiches, mini pizzas, cheesymite scrolls, etc.

  7. Kristy Middleton
    March 3, 2015 / 10:12 pm

    I keep it Interesting by incorporating my sons current interest. He is obsessed with minecraft so I jazzed up a boring Vegemite sandwich by cutting a face into it so it looks like a creeper

  8. Simplify.Create
    March 3, 2015 / 10:12 pm

    My child could essentially live on peanut butter toast. She is only 2 but it’s her pick most days.

  9. Jocelyn R
    March 4, 2015 / 6:21 am

    I keep my kids lunch boxes interesting my baking things in bulk and freezing them. So I will make different varieties muffins & pinwheels so that my kids can have a different ‘treat’ each day, so they don’t have to sit through a whole week of banana muffins, they can have banana, strawberry, chocolate, blueberry & honey oat all in one week!

  10. March 4, 2015 / 7:05 am

    I swear by our Tuppaware sandwich keeper lunchbox! My boys love to pick and choose something to eat from the little compartments. I keep it interesting by including a variety of foods such as strawberries, pears, pretzels, sultanas, grape, wholeweat biscuits and of course their favourite – vegemite and cheese sandwiches!

  11. shewanders xo
    March 4, 2015 / 2:51 pm

    Keep it interesting by making food into shapes they will love! It can be as simple as fruits with a smile or you could make sandwiches made into a face! It keeps them happy each and every day with new creations and means you can ensure they will also eat real healthy food.

  12. Joy
    March 4, 2015 / 8:45 pm

    I like to cut, roll and create!
    I cut things up into small pieces or shapes
    I roll things up to make it easier for little fingers to hold
    And I place the bits and pieces into a sectioned lunchbox creatively.

  13. Karla Oleinikoff
    March 5, 2015 / 3:19 pm

    Have a different main ingredient to keep things interesting: sandwich one day, then a wrap, maybe a pizza made out of a toasting muffin, (perfectly fine cold), Pita Pockets and pasta salad. All different, and guaranteed to keep a little one interested, and you can have all sorts of healthy, yummy toppings. Apple slices cut into shapes means they can have all sorts of fun while eating, and frozen grapes help keep lunch cold, and taste great.

  14. Julia Mason
    March 5, 2015 / 3:58 pm

    Small tubs of fruit salad, crackers and cheese
    And Ice cold yoghurts are sure to please!

  15. melanie whittle
    March 6, 2015 / 12:58 pm

    I do things like bread free friday and taste plate tuesday so the kids don’t just have a sandwich everyday got to change things up to keep them interested