Thursday, November 13, 2014

Lunchbox Meal #1 and Bentgo Kids Giveaway

We are excited to announce a new addition to our blog and thrilled to pair it with an awesome giveaway!  Family meals are important to both of us and so are healthy lunches for our kids.  While we don't make lunches everyday, we try to as often as we can.  We like to keep things easy and nutritious, and though the fancy lunches with cookie cutter shapes, food markers, and themes are awesome (and make us a bit jealous), we tend to lean more towards the simple side.  So, on occasion, we would like to share with you our simple packed lunches.

Recently, we were contacted by Bentgo to test out a new product that they are launching today - Bentgo Kids - a durable and leak-proof children's lunch box designed with kids ages 3-7 in mind.  We have tried it and it is a hit!  The age range is appropriate, as the lunchbox has compartments sized just right for kid-sized portions.  My nearly eight-year-old (?!) son needs a bit more than the Bentgo Kids can hold, but it is just right for my 5-year-old daughter.  She LOVES this lunchbox - it is easy for her to use, and everything has its own place.  Plus, it fits inside the canvas lunch bag that she picked out at the beginning of the school year that she is not willing to give up.  I love it, too, because it is so easy to use and to clean - just pop out the insert and throw it in the dishwasher (top rack).

We are thrilled to share with you our first lunchbox post - and that we have one of these great Bentgo Kids lunchboxes to giveaway to a lucky reader!  Just enter at the bottom of this post!

The Bentgo Kids fits nicely inside my daughter's lunch bag for easy carrying, but it would also fit easily inside her backpack.

  • 1/2 of a sandwich - turkey, salami, american cheese on whole wheat bread
  • grapes
  • carrots and cherry tomatoes
  • ranch for dipping
  • half of a package of Annie's Bunny Grahams

The Bentgo Kids lunchbox goes on pre-sale at TODAY (11/13/14)! Enter to win one below!!

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  1. I don't have children, but my sister is doing an awesome job encouraging and modeling healthy eating and exercise with her kids. My five year old nephew would love this lunch box!

  2. I have always loved the idea of this lunchbox but haven't seen any in the stores. It looks great

  3. Bagel and cream cheese is our go to with veggies and fruit!

  4. I like that the compartments encourage a balanced meal with a few healthy choices!

  5. Love it! Portion control combined with "a place for everything and everything in its place."

  6. Great snack packaging ideas.

  7. Different things every week, my kids get bored and do not like to have the same lunch.

  8. Usually a ham sandwich , chips and an apple
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  9. My 4yo would love this! She likes to keep things separated. I usually send half of a jelly sandwich, some kind of fruit, and some pretzels.

  10. Rather, we're actually alluding to the lunchboxes you utilized as a child to take your sandwiches, squash, banana and Trio bar into school.lunch box shop


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