Friday, September 10, 2010

Easy Lunchboxes review and giveaway (closed)

Sometimes packing lunches can be a chore. Finding things that travel well in a sandwich baggy is sometimes tricky, or just plain boring. I was given a chance to review the easy lunchbox system and now I am not so lunch challenged haha. The kids have practice every night and they always want me to spend a fortune on junk at the concession stand. This lunch system has been better on my wallet and the kids health!

I have packed:
-carrots, ranch and a sandwich
-watermelon with apples and caramel dip
-crackers, bologna chunks,pickles slices and cheese dip (pretty much a lunchable)
-tortilla chips with sour cream and salsa
-I am sure I will come up with much more!

Kids will eat just about anything if they have something to dip!

I was sent 2 lunch boxes and a set of 4 containers so I am able to pack a bag for each child since they have completely different tastes in food.
they are great for kids lunches, adult work lunches, or travel snacks!

From their site:
A Streamlined Solution for Packing Lunch Boxes


As a Mom of 3, I knew there had to be a timesaving method for packing lunches. Rather than use a myriad of individual plastic food storage containers and wasteful disposable baggies, I thought, “What if I had one reusable lunch container for everything?” So I created the EasyLunchbox container — a terrific Bento box alternative; easier and better, as there’s only one lid that fits securely on top of all 3 compartments. Even if you have a house full of picky eaters with individualized lunch menus or dietary restrictions, the different-colored lids make it easy to keep track of who gets what. No matter what lunch recipes you decide to try, the 3 sections ensure healthy portion sizes. And small children won’t need help opening up these portable lunch containers. They stay closed, but little fingers find them quick and easy to open.

Easy Lunch boxes Save Time!


Here’s what I do: I put the open lunch boxes on my kitchen counter, prepare and cut all the food at once, and then plop the healthy lunches I’ve made, assembly line style, into the open food containers. I close each lunch box quickly with it’s one lid and I’m done! In the morning, I take the lunch containers out of the fridge and put them into my soft-sided 6-can cooler type insulated lunch bags. Additionally I’ll put an ice block, extra snacks, yogurt, or a thermos of soup, and a drink, all in the lunch bag! And I love that it's all carried upright, not sideways, so when I open my lunch, nothing looks messy. :)


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Here is your chance to win! You can win a Easy lunch box cooler in the color of your choice and a set of 4 containers! All you have to do to enter is this:


Mandatory to win: Visit Easy lunch boxes and leave me a comment telling me something you learned from their site! Please include your email address. (no email in the mandatory entry will disqualify you)
*extra entries* (can only be done after mandatory entry)

-Follow my blog publicly with google friend connect

-Follow me on Twitter-1 entry

-Like my page on Facebook-1 entry

-Blog about this giveaway-2 entries
-share this giveaway (with link) on facebook-2 entries

-refer a friend (have them enter and include who referred them in their entry and then come back and list them in a comment as a referral) -1 entry
 
Good luck! Giveaway ends 11/15

*I was sent this product free for review, the opinons expressed are my own*

24 comments:

  1. Didnt know if the contest was still going since no entries

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  2. i learned they are ECO friendly

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  3. i learned that they were born out of unhealthy school lunches


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  4. I learned they were created by a mom. Made by a mom for moms, that's a recipe for greatness!

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  5. I learned that they are great for the enviroment.
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  9. I learned that the lunchbox has plenty of room for multiple containers and any extras you need.

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  13. I learned that the site has a gallery of photos of lunches for great ideas of what to pack in lunches.

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