Silk for Milk 10-Day Challenge *ENDED*

Try Silk! Take the 10-Day Silk-for-Milk Challenge! I switched my organic milk for Silk’s Pure Coconut Milk.  I love the taste and my body can feel the difference.  Pure Coconut Milk is sweeter than milk, a little thicker, and mighty tasty.  I’ve been using it on my cereal in the morning and it is delicious.  Do your body a favor and just try the 10-day challenge.  You will be amazed at how you feel.  Believe me.

Silk has a very simple 10-Day “switch” schedule, which includes simple steps you can take each day to make the switch from milk to Silk.  From your coffee in the morning to making smoothies to muffins, making the switch can be as easy as 1, 2, 3.  To start, Silk is offering a $ .75 coupon to help you save at the grocery when purchasing your Simply Silk (Soy), Silk Pure Almond or Silk Pure Coconut or other Silk products you would like to try.  Since several grocers offer double coupons on certain days, you can probably save a bit more.  I shop at Meijer, which is a Midwest thing, I hear, so I get $1.50 off with that coupon.  That’s a SWEET deal!

Silk’s tips to help with the everyday switch are posted here.  I printed the tips and kept them posted in my kitchen, so if I wanted to try something different that day I would just glance at my quick tips.

You can also find ways to make the switch with your busy family by clicking here.  My favorite family tip is the after school snack attack.  You simply pour Silk’s Pure Coconut Vanilla coconut milk into popsicle molds, put them in the freezer and the whole family can enjoy a scrumptious frozen treat that’s rich in calcium.

Want some tips on how to switch from milk to Silk for the cook in the home? From baking to cooking, Silk has a few ideas for the chef in the family.  I can’t wait to try the Chocolate Cinnamon Cake and the To-die-for French Toast.  I’m getting hungry just thinking about it.

Lighten Up: Silk has 13 delicious varieties under 100 calories. Milk, not so much.  How can you say ‘NO’?  Silk has no cholesterol, no saturated fat and never weighs you down.  Try Silk and say goodbye to milk. Switch to Silk and discover the difference wholesome nutrition can make.

I’ve given you a bunch of reasons to make the switch now.  Ready, set, go!

To sweeten the deal I am giving away a free Silk product coupon and a Silk-branded Chicobag to one lucky winner!

To Enter (mandatory- Leave a comment ):
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Rules:
Open to 18+ USA residents, who are active subscribers of Doggies and Stuff. Comments from those who are not subscribers will not be approved and I do check status before approving.  One entry per household. This giveaway ends on May 31, 2011 at Midnight Eastern Time! The winner will have 48 hours to respond to my email notification.  In the event that the winner does not respond within the 48 hours, I will choose a new winner. Winners are be chosen using random.org.  The winner will receive a free Silk product coupon and a Silk-branded Chicobag (pictured to the right).

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No purchase is necessary to enter. A purchase will not increase your chances of winning.

This blog will make every effort to deliver prizes or have prizes delivered to the winner. However unlikely the scenario may be; this blog and its author are not responsible for giveaway prizes that are lost in transit or damaged. This blog is also not responsible if a sponsor/company does not send prize(s). Blog author will communicate with said company(s) several times, in an effort to resolve issue. Please allow 3 to 6 weeks for your prize to be delivered.

Disclaimer: I received a free product coupon from Silk, which allowed me to take the 10-day Challenge and then post my honest opinion of the product.

8 Responses to “Silk for Milk 10-Day Challenge *ENDED*”

  1. Cass says:

    I already LOVE Silk Almond Milk. I use the Vanilla in my coffee instead of half and half and sugar and Unsweetened in my cereal!

  2. Anna says:

    I’ve been drinking Silk Almond due to lactose intolerance and just bought the Coconut. Its scumptious (I love coconut) with a light taste that calls to me when passing the fridge. Am looking forward to the popsicles and pina colada smoothies. My breastfed 18 mo old grandson won’t drink cow’s milk even when disquised. Tomorrow his mom said that we could try the coconut milk. Since breastmilk is light and sweet, maybe he’ll like Silk coconut milk.

  3. Chelsea says:

    We switched to Silk Almond last month and we love it! It’s so good! We use it in the morning for our coffee and our cereal, the vanilla is our favorite.

  4. Chelsea says:

    I’m following you both on twitter as @bmom76.

  5. Mari says:

    I will add silk to cereal, oatmeal and hot chocolate in place of milk.

  6. Mari says:

    I follow both on Twitter (LuckyDuckyToo)

  7. Mari says:

    I like you both on FB (Mari Doug)

  8. Mari says:

    I like this post on FB (Mari Doug)

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