Yummy Magazine #BigBaon Blowout Powers Up The Moms

Posted on Jun 1 2015 - 10:19pm by Lanie

Preparing kids’ school meals or “baon” is a dilemma for most of us moms. Especially now that the school year is starting all over again, we need new ideas and tips on what to prepare for our kids or even to our husbands who are going to the office, or if you are a working mom, bringing packed meals is just one of the ways not only to save but also to enjoy our homemade meals.

Yummy Magazine, the country’s number 1 food magazine, gave everyone a delightful whole-day food affair with Yummy-approved concessionaires at the Trinoma Activity Center in Q.C.

DSCF8831The mothers and their kids were just so delighted to try out the endless line of food samples, dressings, spreads, pastries. There were also exciting cooking and food preparation tips from food experts and guest chefs. Guest chefs include Yummy Magazine team’s Erickson John “IDGE” Mendiola, Assistant Managing Editor, Katrina “Luisa “TRINKA” Gonzalez, Assistant Style Editor, and Ma. Rachelle “RACH” Santos, Food Director. Smart Parenting contributing writer, Michelle Aventajado, and Good Housekeeping Food Editor, Roselle Miranda, also whipped up a few recipes for the participants.

PicMonkey CollageYummy Big Baon Blowout was brought by Yummy Magazine together with Smart Parenting, Good Housekeeping, Total Girl and K-Zone. This event is co-presented by Aquiva, and sponsored by Datu Puti and Lady’s Choice, and major sponsors Goldilocks, Bounty Fresh Chicken and Hunt’s Pork & Beans. Per DTI-FTRB-SPD Permit #2118, series of 2015.

Mommy members of Mommy Bloggers Philippines were of course present to this delicious event, not only to taste the food, learn new recipes, but also to mingle with fellow moms and share their experiences on their blogs. Here are some of their feedback!

“Truly it was such a fun and tummy-filling event. I would like to congratulate Yummy Magazine for another successful event! Can’t wait for the next Big Baon Blowout soon.” – WhatYvonneLoves.com

yvonne“Had a blast of fun filling my plate that towards the end of it, I had a long list of baon options to take home to my kids.”
makingmomsworkThanks to our very own mommy Joy (joygurtiza.com) who sent us wonderful photos from the event.


Mommy Lanie of TweenselMom.com at Yummy Magazine’s Big Baon Blowout

Photo of Mommy Louisa of artofbeingamom.com who was interviewed for the TV program Swak na Swak during the event

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17 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. Phenomenal Mama2015/06/01 at 11:10 pm - Reply

    Hi Lanie! Feel bad for missing this event. First because I really want to get more baon ideas. Second, my good friend Mish Aventajado was going to be doing a demo. Thank you for letting me catch a glimpse of her presentation.

  2. Kaity2015/06/02 at 8:29 am - Reply

    So much food and ideas for baon!(: I wish I’ll be masipag in preparing my son’s baon too!

  3. Nilyn EC Matugas2015/06/02 at 10:25 am - Reply

    Wow it’s a very nice event! I wished to attend but my Nate is still very young. I hope I can attend on the next events.

  4. Donna2015/06/02 at 12:30 pm - Reply

    Aww.. I really wanted to attend this event 🙁 too bad I need to be somewhere else at that time.
    Thanks for sharing! Bet you all had a great time 🙂

  5. Chessy2015/06/02 at 4:04 pm - Reply

    Sayang I missed this! I really need baon ideas as my son is starting school already! I hope Yummy plans another one, hihi!

  6. Anna Plaida2015/06/02 at 11:59 pm - Reply

    I want to attend this one to have an idea what will be the best baon for my son, ang layo kasi. It’s a fun event

  7. MrsMartinez2015/06/03 at 2:39 am - Reply

    Looks like a fun-filled event with lots of cooking demos along the way!


  8. jennifer villanueva2015/06/03 at 6:05 am - Reply

    wala pa naman ako pababaunang anak.. pero sayang i missed this! hehehe! (matakaw lang ang peg) my toddler is beginning to enjoy the differrent snacks available commercially, there are some she likes some she doesn’t it’s up to me to find out which is which. pero kadalasan i like baking for her lang or homecooking snacks, and sometimes making bento snack box.

  9. Ayi2015/06/03 at 8:18 am - Reply

    I missed this event too, although I was in Trinoma at that time. I need to get baon ideas for my picky eater who’s going to school this year 🙂

  10. juvy ann petilla2015/06/03 at 10:14 am - Reply

    Too bad I am unable to attend this event, really need baon tips for my kiddos. I am sure you ladies learned a lot from this affair. I hope there could be a repeat, hopefully one near my place.

  11. Mommy Mecheel2015/06/04 at 2:41 am - Reply

    Great event! I wish I was there too. 🙂

  12. michelle co-huertas2015/06/04 at 6:24 am - Reply

    Sad that i didn’t get to visit. Thanks to you, now i knowthat i missed a lot. haha. kidding aside,Yummy really provides great tips for parents when it comes to meals for our kids.

  13. Cai2015/06/05 at 7:13 am - Reply

    So sad I missed this event. Ang layo kasi!

  14. Ruth2015/06/05 at 2:56 pm - Reply

    It’s a very fun event! I and my family was here too and we enjoyed Yummy’s ultimate blowout!

  15. Meikah Ybanez-Delid2015/06/08 at 12:30 am - Reply

    I love Yummy Mag. The recipes there are so doable and yummy! 🙂

  16. Celerhina Aubrey ★2015/06/08 at 5:02 am - Reply

    I can’t wait to prepare my baby’s baon. My mum is not that kind of Nanay. She’ll just give us money and we’re off. Haha! So now I want my baby to be the baon type. 🙂

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