The Fourth National Climate Assessment released on November 23rd reaches some sobering conclusions.  Without substantial actions to reduce emissions and help communities adapt to climate change, the report warns that over the next century climate change will have major negative consequences for our health, agriculture and our economy. One conclusion hits really close to home for us here at Stonyfield: the report points out that dairy cows are “particularly susceptible to heat stress”, which impacts their appetite, digestion, and milk production, and thus dairy is likely to be one of the sectors of agriculture most impacted by climate change.

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by reports like this one – climate change is scary and it’s hard to know what we as individuals can do about it.  At Stonyfield we’re focusing on the opportunities we have to make a difference across many aspects of our business.  And the good news is that with agriculture we actually have a big opportunity to become part of the solution to climate change.

Right now, agriculture is known to be a net source of greenhouse gas emissions – around 9% of all US greenhouse gas emissions come from farming. BUT farming practices can also remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store it in the soil.  So, the more carbon a farm stores in the soil, the better! It increases soil carbon and soil organic matter which leads to soils that are more resilient to drought and extreme precipitation events, exactly the kinds of weather we can expect to see more of with climate change. Increasing soil carbon also allows farms to use less fertilizer and improves crop yields, both of which improve a farm’s profitability over time.

In fact, we know that if all farms around the world increased the amount of carbon stored in their soils by 0.4% annually (just four parts per thousand), we could actually halt the annual increase in CO2 in the atmosphere.  That’s right – we could turn agriculture from being a part of the problem into part of the solution to climate change! (https://www.4p1000.org/)

So what are we doing about this at Stonyfield? First, we’re sticking to our commitment to organic farming.  We already have good evidence that because of their focus on soil health, organic farms are storing more carbon in their soils than conventional soils (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0065211317300676?via%3Dihub) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F84uDOsWpK4#action=share).  This means that when you choose organic, you’re likely to be supporting farms that are already making a difference for our climate.

We also know that nearly every farm has the opportunity to do more to address climate change.  This is why we’re partnering with Wolfe’s Neck Center for Agriculture and the Environment, FarmOS, LandPKS, and the Foundation for Food and Agriculture to develop and launch a new technology system that will help individual farms identify their best opportunity for improving soil health and carbon storage, and then track the results of those efforts. We know that individual farmers and individual consumers are each making choices every day that matter for the future of climate.  We’re excited to be a part of the process of making it easier for both farmers and consumers to make the choices that will lead to a healthier planet.

 

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Featuring Scott on familiar stomping grounds, humorous video shines spotlight on serious need to rewrite the rules of grounds management for the public parks and fields where America’s kids play

Londonderry, NH – November 26, 2018 – Stonyfield Organic, the country’s leading organic yogurt maker and a mission-led brand known for rewriting the rules to deliver healthy food and a healthy planet, has added some star power to its #PlayFree initiative.  In a newly released video, “The Ridiculous New Rules of Soccer” featuring actor Adam Scott, perhaps best known for his role as Ben Wyatt on television’s Parks & Recreation, Scott perfects his working-stiff role as he tries to convince a team of bored kids of the new rules of the game when playing on fields that are treated with toxic persistent pesticides. The video is a humorous look at the serious issue of potentially dangerous chemicals being used on many public parks and fields on which 26 million kids spend time playing.

“With each new outlandish work-around to the traditional game of soccer, we’re really trying to point out how crazy it is that a majority of our parks and public fields are being sprayed every day with a chemical cocktail of harmful persistent pesticides,” says Stonyfield co-founder and Chief Organic Optimist Gary Hirshberg. “Instead of rewriting the rules of our kids’ games, the #Playfree initiative is all about helping communities rewrite their approach to grounds management. Organic grounds management is very much a viable solution that will let our kids run, frolic and play free from worry. Just like organic food and organic agriculture, organic fields are a win-win.”

Stonyfield’s #PlayFree initiative, which launches as the brand celebrates its 35th year, will be offering 35 communities across the country expert resources and funding to support the move to organic grounds management. The company recently announced it has already forged partnerships with 10 of those 35 communities, and also announced two donation programs designed to help other communities across the country make the conversion to organic field management.

“Like most parents, I honestly didn’t have any idea that potentially dangerous chemicals are being sprayed every day on many parks across the country,” says Scott.  “I’m happy to lend my voice to inspire others to learn more and get involved in their communities and own backyards.”

For more information on Stonyfield’s #PlayFree initiative, visit www.stonyfield.com/playfree.

 

About Stonyfield

As the country’s leading organic yogurt maker, Stonyfield takes care with everything it puts into its products and everything it keeps out. By saying no to toxic persistent pesticides, artificial hormones, antibiotics and GMOs, Stonyfield has been saying yes to healthy food, healthy people, and a healthy planet for 35 years. Stonyfield, a Certified B-Corp, is also helping to protect and preserve the next generation of farmers and families through programs like its Direct Milk Supply and Wolfe’s Neck Organic Training Program as well as StonyFIELDS, a nationwide, multi-year initiative to help keep families free from the use of harmful pesticides in parks and playing fields across the country.

This Coconut Chia Seed Pudding with Stonyfield yogurt is so good! Top it off with some fresh fruit or something decadent like chocolate chips! Special thanks to our friend Catherine McCord for creating this delicious dream!

Coconut Chia Seed Pudding with Coconut Milk

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This Coconut Chia Seed Pudding with Stonyfield yogurt is so good! Top it off with some fresh fruit or something decadent like chocolate chips! Special thanks to our friend Catherine McCord for creating this delicious dream!

Ready In: 01:05

Level: easy


Prep: 00:05

Cook: 00:00

Yields: 4 servings

directions

Step 1

In a small bowl, whisk together yogurt, milk, honey, and chia seeds.

Step 2

Top with assorted fruits like chopped mango, kiwi, and strawberries. For a more decadent pudding, top with shredded coconut and chocolate chips.

Step 3

Refrigerate for 1 hour before serving.

5 Easy Breakfast Ideas

Get ready to start the day with some quick and easy breakfast ideas. Whether you’re a morning person or not, these Stonyfield-certified recipes are sure to help start your day on the right foot.

Pumpkin Yogurt Pancakes

Grab your flannel, feel the fresh air and breathe in this pumpkin, maple goodness! These pancakes are SO easy to make that you’ll find yourself making them every weekend. *Pro-tip* Drizzle our Organic Whole Milk Maple Yogurt on top when they’re done – you won’t regret it!

Gorilla Morning Smoothie

Looking to get the strength of a gorilla? Well, this smoothie will easily get you on the right track. Packed with healthy juices, fruits, veggies, and our Stonyfield Organic Banilla Lowfat Yogurt, you’ll be feeling like a superhuman in no time!

Apple Oatmeal Quick Bread

The name says it all; quick bread! This quick, easy, and hearty bread makes for a healthy and delicious breakfast. Bake a loaf, slice it up, and bag-it for an easy morning snack. Sweet apples, cinnamon, and calcium-packed Stonyfield Organic Vanilla Lowfat Yogurt come together to create this easy-to-bake bread.

Rainbow Parfait

Add some sweet, organic bliss to your boring fruit salad. Grab a cup, throw in your favorite fruits, and mix in some Stonyfield Organic Plain Lowfat Yogurt to create the perfect and quick parfait. Drizzle some honey on top for some extra sweetness and put it in a mason-jar to pack for an easy on-the-go breakfast!

Oat Bar

Craving something crispy, crunchy, and sweet? Perfect, because these homemade oat bars are just what you need! Follow our quick recipe with sunflower seeds and chopped-up walnuts, or add your own twist. But, never forget to add our Stonyfield Organic Vanilla Lowfat Yogurt to make your easy on-the-go bars tasty; packed with protein and calcium in every bite.

This Maple Sweet Potato Mash is the perfect side dish that everyone will love!

Maple Sweet Potato Mash

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This Maple Sweet Potato Mash is the perfect side dish that everyone will love!

Ready In: 01:10

Level: easy


Prep: 00:10

Cook: 01:00

Yields: 4 servings

directions

Step 1

Preheat oven to 400°F.

Step 2

Bake the sweet potatoes, drizzled with a tsp of olive oil each until they’re tender and soft, about 45 to 60 minutes.

Step 3

Put the baked sweet potatoes into a bowl with the ½ cup Stonyfield Organic yogurt.

Step 4

Mash the mixture well then season with salt, cinnamon, pepper and a little butter.

Step 5

Stir briefly and serve immediately!

Looking for a new breakfast idea? Whip up these Crunchy Granola bites, topped with Stonyfield yogurt and fresh fruits, from Catherine McCord!

Crunchy Granola Bites

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Looking for a new breakfast idea? Whip up these Crunchy Granola bites, topped with Stonyfield yogurt and fresh fruits, from Catherine McCord!

Ready In: 00:23

Level: easy


Prep: 00:05

Cook: 00:18

Yields: 12 bites

    Ingredients

  • 2 C old fashioned oats
  • 1/3 C unsweetened coconut flakes
  • 2 T hemp seeds
  • 5 T liquid coconut oil
  • 1/4 C honey
  • 1/4 t ground cinnamon
  • 1/2 t vanilla extract
  • dollops Stonyfield Organic Greek Yogurt
  • 1 C mixed fresh fruits (berries, pomegranate seeds, peaches, etc.)

directions

Step 1

Preheat oven to 325 degrees.

Step 2

Place the first 7 ingredients in a bowl and stir to thoroughly combine.

Step 3

Place 3 tablespoons of the mixture into greased muffin tins 3/4 of the way up and bake for 18 minutes or until golden.

Step 4

As soon as you remove the granola muffins from the oven, use a spoon to gently press the center down to form a cup. Allow to cool completely before removing from muffin tins.

Step 5

Top granola muffins with dollop of Stonyfield Organic Greek Yogurt and a variety of fruits.

Simple, delicious, on the go drink! Take a sip of this Tropical Lassi, made with creamy Stonyfield yogurt, from Catherine McCord!

Tropical Lassi

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Simple, delicious, on the go drink! Take a sip of this Tropical Lassi, made with creamy Stonyfield yogurt, from Catherine McCord!

Ready In: 00:05

Level: easy


Prep: 00:05

Cook: 00:00

Yields: 3-4 servings

directions

Step 1

Place all the ingredients in a blender on high and puree for 1 minute or until smooth.

Step 2

Serve and enjoy!

Organic pioneer announces first 10 of 35 communities across the country teaming up with the brand to convert outdoor fields and parks to organic management; Access to expert and financial resources through a new community donation program now open for applications

Londonderry, NH - September 12, 2018 – Stonyfield Organic, the country’s leading organic yogurt maker, today announces the first 10 communities selected for its StonyFIELDS #PlayFree initiative which will help convert public fields and parks to organic grounds management, ensuring fields and community spaces are free from the use of toxic persistent pesticides and harmful chemicals. This is especially important for children, who are most vulnerable to pesticides. The initiative comes at a critical time as awareness for glyphosate, the key ingredient in Monsanto’s Round-Up weed killer and an identified “probable carcinogen” or cancer-causing substance by the World Health Organization’s Cancer Agency, IARC, is finally getting the critical attention it deserves.

“Over 26 million kids play on parks and fields, most of which are managed using a chemical cocktail of herbicides, insecticides, and fungicides, glyphosate being one of those commonly employed,” says Stonyfield co-founder and Chief Organic Optimist Gary Hirshberg.  “Unfortunately, the federal agencies in charge of protecting us from dangers like these are now being dismantled right before our eyes, so we feel the time is right to lend our voice to this critical issue and inspire everyone to become advocates and change agents for the health of their loved ones.”

South Portland, ME, the inaugural community, is beginning organic management work at its beloved Bug Light field and will celebrate with a town Field Day on September 29. The full list of the first 10 communities that plan to team up with Stonyfield over the next year includes the following:

  • South Portland, ME
  • Costa Mesa, CA
  • Burbank, CA
  • Tustin, CA
  • Salt Lake City, UT
  • Houston, TX
  • North Miami, FL
  • Hyattsville, MD
  • Portsmouth, NH
  • Dover, NH

“South Portland recently enacted an ordinance to establish organic practices as the primary means to care for and maintain property in the city including lawns, gardens, athletic fields, parks, and playgrounds,” said Julie Rosenbach, Sustainability Director in South Portland. “In this endeavor, we are proud to be working with Stonyfield to improve the grounds at one of our most beautiful parks. Although we do not use pesticides at this site, we have not actively managed the park’s grounds beyond mowing. Our goal with this collaboration is to build the soil health and cultivate a greener, more resilient landscape using organic practices. As I’ve heard it said, when it comes to organic land care, ‘it’s not what you don’t do, it’s what you do do,’ she added.”

Several of the cities Stonyfield is supporting have already begun organic management practices on their parks and fields, and Stonyfield is honored to support and celebrate the work they’ve done by providing extra seed funding and on-going technical support as they move forward with their organic programs.

Furthering its longstanding mission, the brand is also announcing two donation programs – a community donation and a grassroots donation - to help other communities across the country make the conversion to organic field management.  Stonyfield’s ten community donations will provide towns with $5,000 in cash to use towards the purchase of organic inputs and/or landscaping equipment needed for organic management, plus in-kind technical support and guidance from expert resources. Residents, town employees, or town elected officials can nominate their community to receive one of these donations, and those interested in applying can find application details here.

In addition, a grassroots donations program has been established that is geared toward 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations looking to take their community organization to the next level. For this part of the program specifically, a total of $50,000 will be given out to 501 (c)(3) groups based on project proposals.  Interested applicants can find details on the grassroots donations here. All selected applicants from both donation programs will be announced in April 2019.

The StonyFields #PlayFree initiative launches as Stonyfield celebrates its 35th year, and deepens the activist brand’s commitment to issues beyond the food aisle by shedding light on an often overlooked issue. In a recent survey*, Stonyfield found that the majority of American parents (69%) are looking to lessen exposure to pesticides in food, yet nearly the same number (67%) do not consider sports fields, playgrounds and parks to be of concern. Stonyfield is eager to bring attention to this issue by empowering everyone to make change locally to protect the health of children and the environment.

“Several of the most commonly used chemicals on playing fields are either proven or likely endocrine disruptors, which can interfere with the development of children’s immune, reproductive, and metabolic systems,” says Philip Landrigan, MD, MSc, Founding Director of the Children’s Environmental Health Center at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York and author of the book Children and Environmental Toxins: What Everyone Needs to Know. “I applaud Stonyfield and its collaborators for this initiative and encourage all parents to get involved in their local communities.”

Conversion to a toxic persistent pesticide-free and organically managed space can take up to three years and is a process that has repeatedly been proven both successful and cost effective. The adoption of organic soil management practices builds soil biology, prevents weed and insect problems, and contributes to healthy plants and ecosystems. Over 70 communities around the country have begun the process of transitioning their playing fields to organic management, or taken the first step of eliminating certain toxic persistent pesticides from their management routine. Stonyfield is collaborating with three organizations that are leaders in this movement: Beyond Pesticides, Non Toxic Neighborhoods, and Osborne Organics, to help with conversions, support communities as they transition and to provide inspiration and resources to concerned parents everywhere with resource guides on the Stonyfield website. In addition, each community that is part of the program receives a monetary donation to be used toward the conversion.

For information on the donation programs or to learn about specific community conversions, visit www.stonyfield.com/playfree.

 

About Stonyfield

As the leading organic yogurt maker, Stonyfield takes care with everything it puts into its products and everything it keeps out. By saying no to toxic persistent pesticides, artificial hormones, antibiotics and GMOs, Stonyfield has been saying yes to healthy food, healthy people, and a healthy planet for 35 years. Stonyfield, a Certified B-Corp, is also helping to protect and preserve the next generation of farmers and families through programs like its Direct Milk Supply and Wolfe’s Neck Organic Training Program as well as StonyFIELDS, a nationwide, multi-year initiative to help keep families free from pesticides in parks and playing fields across the country.

 

About Beyond Pesticides

Beyond Pesticides, founded in 1981, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization headquartered in Washington, D.C. that works with allies in protecting public health and the environment to lead the transition to a world free of toxic pesticides. The organization has assisted hundreds of communities nationwide to transition to organic land management practices and policies. The group served on the National Organic Standards Board, 2010-2015.

 

About Non Toxic Neighborhoods

Concerned about their children’s health in 2015, Non Toxic Neighborhoods’ leadership worked with their local leaders to promote a ban on toxic pesticides in their city. As a result, the City of Irvine and Irvine Unified School District adopted an historic organics-first landscaping policies in 2016. NTN now assists cities and school districts to transition to organic land management sharing their proven and replicable methods, to adopt a similar organic land management program for the health and wellness of families across America.

 

About Osborne Organics

“Chip” Osborne, Jr., President of Osborne Organics, LLC, and Founder of the Organic Landscape Association has over 17 years of experience in creating safe, sustainable and healthy athletic fields and landscapes through natural turf management.

 

*Stonyfield and Lindberg International surveyed 1,000 adults age 18 and older, comprised of 537 parents with children living at home, in January 2018.

 

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If you haven’t heard yet - we are taking on our BIGGEST MISSION ever: Making every field in America ORGANIC by stopping the use of harmful pesticides on youth playing fields and public parks! This back to school season, we will be taking this mission one step further - by increasing our original financial commitment of $500,000 to help communities start grassroots (no pun intended - well maybe a little bit) efforts to create change.

With the purchase of ANY Stonyfield Kids or YoBaby Multipack* a contribution will be made, up to $50,000, to help even more communities transitioning to organic field maintenance.

Over 26MM kids play sports on public grounds each year.  Did you also know that every year, a chemical cocktail of pesticides is sprayed on a majority of these fields – just to make the grass greener & free of weeds? Yup - It’s a lot to take in...we know...especially given the news of the recent Dewayne Johnson vs Monsanto court ruling.

We don’t think our kids should be exposed to these chemicals - frankly we don’t think anyone should be exposed to them. We want everyone to have safe playing fields & parks free of harmful pesticides just as much as we want everyone to have clean and organic food. We need to protect ourselves & our environment from these toxic chemicals - and we need get loud about it.

SO what can you do to help? Good question! You can do SO MUCH. Find out your community’s pesticide use policy on public fields and grounds by contacting your local officials. You may be surprised what you find out. You can also search your community online to see if there are any groups formed to help take-on the initiative to make the change. These groups are commonly found on Facebook or even through your local PTO.  You can also transition your own yard or garden to organic maintenance with these helpful tips (ps it’s super easy)!  One small step to helping communities nationwide today, is to buy a Stonyfield Kids or Stonyfield YoBaby Multipack!

We believe that we can do this! So welcome to the movement - we appreciate the support and enthusiasm as we bring communities together for a cause that will help all of us. Keep reading more at stonyfield.com/playfree  

Join us to #PlayFree

* From 8/19 to 9/01/18, Stonyfield Organic will contribute $.05 for each Kids and YoBaby Multipack - Cups 4oz 6-Pk, Tubes 2oz 8 & 16-Pk, Drinks 3.1oz 6 & 12-Pk and Pouches 3.5oz 4-Pk. $50,000 will be based on IRI MULO data.

Stonyfield Organic Dips into Snack Packs - No Spoon Required

New Organic Snack Packs featuring Stonyfield’s organic lowfat yogurt are now available in three lunch-box-ready varieties

Londonderry, NH, August 14, 2018 – As a further commitment to creating better for you grab-and-go options for kids and parents, Stonyfield Organic, the country’s leading organic yogurt maker, today introduces three new snacking options perfect for families on the move. Featuring a duo of creamy organic lowfat yogurt paired with either organic graham crackers or organic pretzels for dipping, the new Organic Snack Packs are the latest addition to Stonyfield’s kid-friendly line-up of organic yogurt, pouches, smoothies, tubes, and string cheese.

“With back to school just around the corner, our Snack Packs give families another nourishing, easy snacking option they can trust. The dippable format makes eating on the go a little tastier and more importantly for busy parents and kids, a lot more convenient – whether it’s in a lunchbox, on the sports field, or as an after school snack,” said Natalie Levine, Stonyfield Brand Director.

Currently available in three flavors, each Snack Pack contains a creamy, crunchy combination of Stonyfield Organic lowfat yogurt with either a sweet or salty choice of dipper, including:

  • Strawberry Lowfat Yogurt and Graham Crackers
  • Chocolate flavored Lowfat Yogurt and Graham Crackers
  • Chocolate flavored Lowfat Yogurt and Pretzels

With almost half of American households composed of millennial parents and 46% of those reporting that nutrition is a leading factor when deciding which snacks to purchase for their children1, Stonyfield is dedicated to providing parents with better for you organic products made without the use of toxic persistent pesticides, artificial hormones, antibiotics and GMOs.

Stonyfield Snack Packs are now available in Kroger, Hannaford, Market Basket & Wakefern supermarkets for a suggested retail price of $2.29. If you are unable to locate Stonyfield Snack Packs at your local supermarket and would like to see them in stock, you can reach out to your store’s dairy manager and request them to carry the new product.

About Stonyfield 
As the leading organic yogurt maker, Stonyfield takes care with everything it puts into its products and everything it keeps out. By saying no to toxic persistent pesticides, artificial hormones, antibiotics and GMOs, Stonyfield has been saying yes to healthy food, healthy people, and a healthy planet for 35 years. Stonyfield, a Certified B-Corp, is also helping to protect and preserve the next generation of farmers and families through programs like its Direct Milk Supply and Wolfe’s Neck Organic Training Program as well as StonyFIELDS, a nationwide, multi-year initiative to help keep families free from pesticides in parks and playing fields across the country.

1 Packaged Facts, Kids Food and Beverage Market in the U.S., 8th Edition

5 Ways to Use Two Ingredient Dough

On the rare occasion that I had nothing to do on a college weekend (way back when), I used to take the bus to the next town over to indulge in pizza and garlic knots as a treat to myself. I never had garlic knots before this stage in my life, and the combination of buttery garlic with Italian spices melted over these little dough knots was enlightening. I left garlic knots in college, but recently they’ve come back into my life when I encountered Stonyfield’s two-ingredient dough!

This dough not only makes garlic knots (thank you magic dough gods!) but also makes a crazy amount of other recipes that normally take a long time to make. With just self-rising flour and some Stonyfield Whole Milk Greek Yogurt, you can have this dough ready in under 10 minutes to make things like, Baked Sea Salt Pretzels, Pizza, Bagels, Cheesy Breadsticks and more!

This yogurt dough not only cuts out a lot of calories that may have left you feeling over indulged, it also cuts prep time in HALF! So you won’t feel guilty about grabbing another slice, or another knot to dunk in marinara sauce (yum).

If you are skeptical about this two ingredient recipe – try it for yourself, you won’t regret it!

Baked Sea Salt Pretzels

Bring these out for snack time with friends or to a party as a surprise savory treat and add a side of Spicy Brown Mustard or Honey Mustard to dip them in.

Stonyfield 2 Ingredient Yogurt Dough Pretzels Recipe

The Easiest Pizza

It really is…we wouldn’t lie to you. Make any night of the week a pizza night. With this yogurt dough you’ll have pizzas done so quick – but beware – the pizza will disappear just as quickly ;).

Two Ingredient Pizza Dough Recipe Stonyfield

Easy, Cheesy Breadsticks

Our team had fun making these breadsticks on our test kitchen day. Roll the dough around in cheese and spices, twist them up and bake for an appetizer or even as a side to your salad at lunch. Eat them on their own or dip them in some marinara sauce.

Stonyfield 2 Ingredient Yogurt Dough Cheesey Breadsticks Recipe

Garlic Knots

Who can say no to warm garlicky knots? Add these to your next pasta or pizza night and serve with a chunky marinara sauce for extra deliciousness.

Stonyfield Yogurt Dough Garlic Knots Recipe

Everything Bagels

Making these bagels on a lazy Sunday = bagels for the week! You can make bagel sandwiches or just enjoy with your favorite schmear in the morning! Whatever you use them for, they can be made in no time and rise & crisp perfectly in the oven.

Greek Yogurt Bagel Recipe Stonyfield Pinterest

View more delicious Stonyfield recipes here!

5 Easy Summer Snacks!

We love snacks, snacks are the best. Know who agrees with that? KIDS! Kids are home 24/7 this summer and we have 5 ideas for you that might help fill them up for…let’s be honest, a few minutes! Don’t take it from us though, see these delicious ideas from some of our favorite Stonyfield friends.

1. Frozen Yogurt Covered Strawberries by The Lemon Bowl

Liz and her kids know how to have fun in the summer, they love freezing their pouches so they can thaw by lunchtime in their lunchboxes! See more fun pouch ideas in The Lemon Bowl’s post here!

Frozen Yogurt Coated Strawberries with Stonyfield

2. Kicking Off Summer Fun With Stonyfield Kids by Essentially Erika

With a busy summer planned, Erika is prepping ahead of time to ensure her boys are going to have a happy and healthy summer vacation. She does this by using lunch-boxes all year round, freezing everything, and serving up some delicious Stonyfield Organic Kids Pouches. Check out her other tips for planning a healthy summer on her blog!

3. Our Favorite Healthy Summer Snacking Options by Oh Lovely Day

In Chandra’s words, “A perfect summer snack has to meet a few criteria: it has to be nutritious, easily portable with minimal mess, and something my kids will actually eat.” With kids on the go, Chandra loves a summer snack her boys can enjoy while playing and adventuring. Check out her blog and see why she’s loving our Stonyfield yogurt pouches!

4. Yogurt Carrot Muffins by BevCooks

Bev whipped up these “anytime yogurt carrot muffins” to create the perfect on-the-go, kid-friendly snack. This easy recipe can be enjoyed not just at breakfast time, but anytime! So, grab a bag, throw in some delicious Stonyfield Pouches your kiddos will love, some yogurt carrot muffins, and hit the beach! Wink wink – it’s always a great way to sneak in some additional veggies. Get the recipe here!

5. 6 Ways to Make the Most of Summer Break by Janssen Bradshaw

Janssen likes to think ahead. With only 8 weeks of summer, she wants to make the most of it. When planning fun things with the kids, you can’t forget quick and easy snacks. From tubes to smoothies, Janssen has one less thing to worry about! See how she plans an epic summer for her family on her blog!