LUCKY WINNERS WILL RECEIVE A SET OF FUNCH’S PRODUCTS VALUED AT $110, THIS INCLUDES 9 PACKETS OF FUNCH MIXES INCLUDING: Breakfast Cookie Mix Whole Oats Seeds, Muesli Slice Mix Choc Chip + Coconut, No Bake Slice Mix Chocolate Crackle, Bliss Ball Mix Chocolate, Protein Ball Mix Chocolate + Chia, Luxe Ball Mix Honeycomb Crunch, Protein Ball Mix Vanilla + Coconut, Protein Ball Mix Salted Caramel, 2 Seed Mix

Perfect for lunchbox snacks and afterschool munchies for kids and ideal to help Mums kick the sugary treats while still being able to enjoy delicious snacks. Funch’s range of DIY Premixes for Healthy Snacks are made from only natural wholefood ingredients. These Nutritionist approved products use recipes that make perfectly healthy snacks – every time.

Funch’s DIY Premixes includes + Protein Balls + Bliss Balls + No Bake Slice + Muesli Bars

+ Cookies

Each recipe is simple to follow, quick to make and requires the addition of only two, readily available ingredients.

Founded by two Melbourne Mums, Tanya Duncan and Lisa Bourne. Funch grew from their passion to create and share healthy food throughout Australia and beyond.

With a shared interest in health and fitness, Tanya and Lisa observed a genuine lack of choice at the supermarket for healthy snacks.

There was little snack food available ‘off the shelf’ without preservatives, additives, colouring and no added sugar. Tanya and Lisa saw this as an opportunity to innovate. and create the sort of products they wanted for their own kids.

This gaping hole for affordable, easy to prepare and convenient healthy snacks gave Tanya and Lisa a great opportunity to introduce an original concept of a DIY Premix to make healthy snacks and choices.

Tanya and Lisa introduced the retail DIY mixes through independent supermarkets, green grocers and health food stores, which are now available Australia Wide. The duo saw further opportunities to increase the reach of their healthy snacks by introducing supply in bulk buckets that are suitable for use in food services and school canteens.

With industry certification to support the Funch range’s healthy snack claims, Funch products are quickly becoming standard menu items in school canteens throughout Australia.

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Please note this competition is open from 25 January 2018 until 25 February 2018 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

  • It takes so much time and effort to put the snacks together, but actually knowing what’s healthy and what’s not is even harder.

  • Daughter doesn’t trying new foods, likes the same things day in day out

  • A healthy lunch and snacks, packed all nice and neat
    Some healthy choices in there but “where’s my treat?”
    Oh the joy to see a lunchbox arriving home empty
    But alas it comes home with uneaten food a plenty
    “I’m so starving” little bellies complain
    Oh making snacks is always such a pain!

  • Child turns her nose up to trying variety of things, always wants the same thing.

  • The most challenging aspect is finding the time to prepare healthy snacks. The FUNCH range looks fantastic and I would love to try them. And all the hard work of preparing has been done already!

  • Getting the kids to eat different foods is a challenge. If they see something different their reluctant to try.

  • I find taste or looks often hinder what my kids end up eating, so you’ve gotta be sneaky. Try that zucchini in the chocolate cake! Or make a carrot cake with less sugar! These sound like easier alternatives!

  • Time consuming to prepare and expensive to purchase.

  • Finding the time to make them but more importantly trying to get them to eat them.

  • Getting them to eat them :) they think if its healthy it doesnt taste good. However when they try it they realise just how good it actuallu is.

  • When they start seeing some of the healthy ingredients going in and then it already tastes yuck!! Try to hide veggies in recipes.

  • Healthy yet tasty is sometimes tricky

  • It’s a balancing act between what they are ALLOWED to have, what they’ll actually eat and what they’re not allergic to. I have a son who has coeliac and a severe egg allergy – frustration PLUS some weeks.

  • The challenge is eliminating nuts during school hours, and finding alternatives that aren’t just flour, flour, flour…

  • Fruit and yoghurt are what I mainly feed my son, however adding variety is the challenge. I stand at the supermarket reading labels feeling baffled never knowing if I making a good choice or if I am choosing a dangerous mix of processed chemicals.

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