Rubbermaid Lunchblox #spon
*I was sent a set of the new Rubbermaid Flat LunchBlox to facilitate my review. All opinions and weird lunch choices are my own.
Diva carries her lunch to school every day. Every. Day.
But my sweet baby girl doesn't get the average sandwich, apple, & bag of chips.
She gets a main course (leftovers), a fruit, a vegetable side, something fermented (sauerkraut, pickles, etc.) and dessert (a couple of Hershey Kisses.)
There are some requirements for the containers that I send in Diva's lunch:
- Because of her
oddinteresting lunches, she almost always is in need of a microwave. Thank goodness her school has one the students can use. Whatever I put her lunch in, it needs to be microwave safe because what I don't intend for her to have for her lunch is melted plastic.
- Diva's lunches are often saucy or juicy so her containers need to have tight fitting lids.
Great sizes for blox plus optional dividers for compartments in large container
Flat ice tray chills everything equally without the bulk or condensation of an ice pack
Leak proof lids
Microwave, dishwasher, and freezer safe & BPA free
Made in the USA
Quality that I expect from Rubbermaid
The blox don't snap to each other very tightly
The LunchBlox Kids Flat Kit is currently available for purchase at Rubbermaid.com, Target, WalMart and grocery stores with the suggested retail price being $14.99.
But this week (8/7-8/13/13) Brookshire's has them on sale for $9.99 and you can use this $2 coupon to get it even cheaper!
The good news keeps on coming since the fine folks at Rubbermaid have given one of my readers a chance to win a set of these cool cubes for themselves.
Enter for a chance to win a Rubbermaid Lunchblox Flat Kit. The LunchBlox will be sent from Rubbermaid to the winner. US and Canada entries only please. Winner will have three days to respond before another name is drawn. Good luck! The winner has been contacted.
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My husband is just starting to bring a lunch to work with him instead of just buying fast food. His lunch will mostly be left overs. This might just work.ReplyDelete
My kids don't like anything too "weird" but something kind of different might be pistachios sometimes and of course a cute little lunch box note.ReplyDelete
My oldest doesn't eat bread so I have to send some interesting lunches myself. Some of her favorites besides leftovers include cheesy rice, lunch meat with cheese in middle (then melted), salad, and corn tortillas with melted cheese. Hmmm.....now that it's in writing, I'm noticing a lot of cheese!ReplyDelete
My son loves prunes!ReplyDelete
Those look awesome! I like to pack food in fun containers when we go out with the kids. These would be perfect.ReplyDelete
I havent packed anything yet. Just getting started.ReplyDelete
My daughter is too young to pack lunches yet, but once I do, I would love to do bento-type lunches with her food shaped like animals/fun things.ReplyDelete
nothing weird I guess kiwi maybeReplyDelete
Nothing weird. Lots of deli meat, cheese, and fruit.ReplyDelete
This is going to be the first year of me packing my sons lunches since he will be starting Kindergarten this year.ReplyDelete
The weirdest thing I pack in my son's lunch is probably vienna sausages.ReplyDelete
My oldest used to take pancakes and syrup sometimes, other times he would take precooked bacon and hard boiled eggs, dry cereal, a milk tetra pack and fruit... My kids don't eat deli meat, so I need to be creative with cheeses and stuff. No peanut butter allowed at school unfortunately, which is the only sandwich my children eat.ReplyDelete
I would have to say fried pumpkin seeds is the weirdest thing I have put in their lunches!ReplyDelete
This will be my first year packing a lunch for my kids, so nothing weird yet, but I'll try to come up with something :)ReplyDelete
My son loves pickles.ReplyDelete
German licorice as a dessert!ReplyDelete
Pickles. My daughter loves pickles and I think they're icky! lolReplyDelete
Not sure about weird - maybe smoked salmon?ReplyDelete
Pickles. but he loves them!!!!!ReplyDelete
Other than little notes from me?? Well, roasted beets I think would qualify!ReplyDelete
My son hasn't started school yet but I pack my husband's lunch. I don't really pack anything that I would consider weird in his lunch.ReplyDelete
I pack Marshmallow Fluff. Yum! kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.ReplyDelete
I don't pack my littles lunch - she's only 2 - but I often pack dinner to class with me. Weirdest was kraut and kielbasa. My classmates were not pleased!ReplyDelete
rice. and cheese.ReplyDelete
My son prefers fresh spinach to chips as a sandwich side. That is probably the "weirdest" thing I ever packed for him. if you can call that weird.ReplyDelete
The weirdest thing is apple slices and cheese to eat together.ReplyDelete
an MRE for my nephew as a joke he was in middle school and knew what to do with it. i also added 5 bucks taped to the back encase he was not in the mood for a joke.ReplyDelete
hand wipes :)ReplyDelete
I packed a hot dog for my son this week!ReplyDelete
I don't pack anything too weird but he does love Lucky Charms so sometimes he gets a little baggie of those!ReplyDelete
My daughter would like me to pack ketchup with EVERYTHING :)ReplyDelete
Pickles. And pancakesReplyDelete
My grandson still likes to have cheerios & raisins!ReplyDelete
We don't pack anything too weird, just lots of olives and dried fruits.ReplyDelete
Nothing weird, my son is suuuuuuuuper picky!ReplyDelete
I have yet to pack my child's lunch. He starts school in a few weeks, but I can't imagine putting anything too crazy in there. Of course, who knows?ReplyDelete