This post is sponsored by KidzVuz
Last week I went to see a showcase of products at the KidzVuz Back To School event. Of course, my kids aren’t even half way through their summer, but thanks to Facebook I know that many kids are going back to school soon. As crazy as that is to me, I’ll play along.
These were my favorite products from the event. You should check them out!
The Philips Airfryer is a really cool appliance that can cook many different foods with just a tiny bit of oil (or no oil). It can bake, roast, grill, or fry, all using Rapid Air Technology.
The parts that hold the food are all dishwasher safe, and the entire machine is very compact, taking up hardly any counter space compared to other products that cook food.
Not only would this be great for a regular kitchen, but I keep thinking about what an incredibly versatile tool it would be for a college student in a dorm, or for someone in a tiny apartment.
My daughter loves carbonated drinks, but she also loves fruit drinks. I have a feeling that she would love this flavored sparkling water. TickleWater has no sugar, no artificial sweeteners, no calories, and no sodium. It also has a really cool can-bottle hybrid container that opens like a can, but is see-through.
I’m going to send this to my daughter at camp with some other surprises from the event!
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Neal Brothers Kettle Chips
There was a bag of Neal Brothers Maple Bacon Kettle Chips in the bag I took home from the event. I asked my husband to taste them. His verdict? “Dangerous.”
He wouldn’t give the bag back. I told him I needed to take a picture of it for this post and he said he’d hold the bag for the picture! Ha!
Neal Brothers makes not only these chips, but lots of other snack products: pretzels, popcorn, cheese puffs, tortilla chips, even salsa and BBQ sauce. Unfortunately I think they’re only available in Canada, which is a shame.
Backyard Food Company
I loved everything from this company, and I sampled a LOT. You know, just to be sure. Right now their products are only sold in stores in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, but the rest of us can purchase from their website.
This small company makes things like apple butter, sweet tomato jam, red pepper relish (which I didn’t think I’d like, but was actually my favorite item!), and more. Absolutely delicious!!
Easy Peasy Patches
Easy Peasy Patches are super-cute patches in tons of different designs that require no ironing or sewing. You just peel and stick them! I’m going to send some to Fiona at camp. You should check out the site, because the patches that I took pictures of are just a tiny sampling of their designs. They’ll even make custom patches for you! That would be an awesome fundraiser or party idea.
This new show, opening in NYC in the fall and then touring around the country, is an interactive performance for kids involving some amazing set pieces and colorful characters. Instead of sitting in a theater and watching the show, the kids will travel around in groups of a few dozen actually participating in the show! It sounds really cool and very different. The target age for the show is roughly 5-10.