Laptop Lunches Bento-Ware Review and Giveaway! Ends 10/24/13!

 ** I was sent a Laptop Lunches Bento-Ware for the purpose of this review. However, my own opinion was used and not influenced in any way.


Laptop Lunches Bento-Ware!

I have been focusing recently on eating healthier. This includes what I send to school with my daughter in her lunch. When I go shopping my main goal has been to shop the outskirts of the store. You know what I mean….only produce, meat and dairy. It has been hard to adjust to this new routine as I was used to hitting the aisles and purchasing lots of high calorie items with too many additives to even count. I know that when I was shopping like that I was making life easier for myself. But, in the long run it would have made things much harder on my daughter.

One thing I quickly noticed with my new shopping habits was that it is harder to package items that are not prepackaged. I was using up SO MANY throwaway bags and this did not sit well with me. I did not like to see all the trash that I had to use to pack my daughters apples, carrots, cottage cheese and more.

Laptop Lunches

Pretzel Sticks, Salad with Imitation Crab, Carrot Sticks with Ranch and Sushi

That is when I came across this amazing Laptop Lunches Bento-Ware box. Before this box even arrived I was in love with it. I knew that it would be the perfect way to be able to not only pack healthy lunches for my daughter. But, to also keep the cost of throwaway bags down! All I have to do is rinse out each container when my daughter gets home and refill it again for the next day! Plus they are all removable making it easy for me to pack a variety of items that I can change up from day to day! For example one day she could have Mac & Cheese, applesauce, carrots and ranch and the next day she could have a salad, cottage cheese and jello!

My favorite thing about this Laptop Lunches Bento-Ware box is that nothing gets mixed together. It does not matter how much my daughter tosses this box around I know that the ranch dressing from her salad is not going to mix with her grapes. There are containers with lids and containers without. Plus there is even a tiny container for dipping sauce! I have been able to pack caramel with her apples and hummus with her celery! It’s great!

Check out a few of the amazing Laptop Lunches I have been able to prepare in my daughters Bento-Ware box! Yum!

Laptop Lunches

Sandwich cut in half, plums, sliced tomato’s and apple sauce with “Halloween” sprinkles.

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  1. sarah buki says:

    i like your applesause with sprinkles… i wonder if that could get my 5 year old to eat applesauce again…

  2. Love laptop lunch systems–makes packing lunch easy (and environmentally friendly) and reminds you to be healthy

  3. My daughter’s favorite lunch : sliced apples and almond butter, avocado and a pickle.

  4. Cheryl O W says:

    fruits, veggies and salad

  5. lunch for my kiddos

  6. I would pack bean burritos,an apple, and a side salad.

  7. Megan Parsons says:

    It’s a Pizza Pie!

  8. Helen May says:

    I would love to pack a picnic lunch/snack for when we hike.

  9. I Would pack leftovers for a lunch.

  10. We homeschool, and go to park days with our local homeschool group several times a week. I’d love this laptop bento box to pack lunch-on-the-go for my kindergartener. I can imagine that he’d be thrilled for me to pack his favorite lunch – which at the moment is pumpkin bread, grapes, sliced veggies (peppers, snap peas, carrots, and cukes) with homemade ranch, and cheddar cubes.

  11. I’d love to pack Any Weather Soup.

  12. Fiona Potter says:

    Thanks for the chance to win, such a great giveaway and love your blog!

  13. Samantha Waters says:

    I’d pack sandwiches, pudding, apples with caramel, tomato salad… =)

  14. PB&J and carrots

  15. I would pack a tuna salad sandwich and some carrot sticks

  16. I might pack : cooked chicken off the bone, some seedless grapes, mini carrots, raw red bell pepper strips, and hummus in the bento kit.

  17. Susan Harp says:

    I would pack an egg salad sandwich with cut-up cantaloupe, celery sticks and some baby carrots. Yum!

  18. Kids lunch classic – chicken salad wrap, grapes and cheese wedges!

  19. I’d pack cheese cubes, grapes, veggie sticks with dip, and wedged hard-boiled egg.

  20. Gail Williams says:

    I’d pack a salad, turkey sandwich, pear, and 1/4 cup of mixed nuts with dried cranberries.

  21. laurie nykaza says:

    my son only can eat gluten free so fruits and veggies with some chicken would be great in it

  22. sandwich and veggies and drink

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