You Need This Lunch Box - Give Away from

January 28, 2010   63 Comments

I am ALWAYS looking for ways to make my morning easier and to be green. I pack two lunches per day for my kids, and I use many different containers to give them variety (apple sauce, carrot sticks, crackers, grapes, raisins, etc.)

Easy Lunch Boxes

Easy Lunch Boxes are designed to make it easy to pack a lunch. It features a good sized, BPA free, dishwasher-safe, plastic container for packing a lunch.

Snack-Girl is giving away 4 containers and the Aqua Lunch Bag from Easy Lunch Boxes.

The total cost of the lunch box (bag and containers) is about $22, and you get 4 containers with that. This set is much less expensive than many bento box lunch sets.

I think this lunch box would also work for adults and force you to pack more interesting lunches. I know we all get into ruts and start supplementing our healthy food with junk food from vending machines.

This container would help you stop the impulse. You don't need to buy the lunch bag - you can just toss the container in your briefcase, backpack, or gym bag.

What would you put in your new EASY lunch box?

What will I win?
The lunch box and four plastic containers to put in it photographed here from: Easy Lunch Boxes

How do I enter?
Comment in the box below about the lunch you would put in this box.

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Am I eligible to enter?
Anyone with a valid e-mail and a U.S. mailing address is eligible.

When do I find out if I am the winner?
The winner will be announced on February 4th, 2010. You will have 2 weeks to e-mail us back with your home address so we can mail the prize.

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First 20 Comments: ( See all 63 )

nut butter, raisins and celery so i can assemble "ants on a log" in class ;)

This Lunch Box would be awesome to have! I recently began to take back my health. I started this month and I can already see and feel the rewards of the effort.

My perfect lunch would be a salad with Romaine and Butter Lettuce in the Large section, Green Beans in one of the smaller sections and cut-up sweet potato in the other. My salads mean a lot to me and I eat them religiously. I eat mainly vegetarian with heavy vegan overtones.

Another lunch would be Red Beans and Brown Rice in the larger section, Spaghetti Squash in one smaller section and cut Red, Green, Yellow, Orange Peppers in the other smaller section. This Lunch Box could handle that and keep my portions in check.

Any help to be healthy is good and this Lunch Box would be super!

Since I usually don't have access to a refrigerator at my job, my lunch usually consist of pbj, with various snacks that can survive heat or cold. With a lunch box, like the one I hope to win, I can pack ham and cheese or other items that need to be kept cold without worry. At times I will go out to eat or visit a concession stand, so the lunch box would also save me money!

This lunch box would so help me keep on track with my diet! I could easily pack a yummy tuna sandwich with sides like grapes and baby carrots! Or it would be super easy to pack a salad and use one of the smaller compartments to hold the salad dressing so the lettuce doesn't get soggy before lunch! This would make packing lunch so much easier!

This lunch box is amazing! It's perfect to fit a salad, fruit, and a little bit of a end of the meal snack. Packing a lunch would be 10 times easier and save time in the mornings when I pack my lunch.

That lunch box looks awesome. I could put salads, lunch meats, cheese, fruits, ect into them. My favorite lunch rolled turkey meat and baby carrots with fat free ranch dressing would be perfect for it.

I really like the sandwich sized space in this lunch box! For my daughter I might pack her favorite - almond butter and jelly, or a nice pita with hummus and cucumber. I would tuck in some carrots and cukes and a yummy crunchy cookie for dessert. For me I think I would do some chicken salad rolled in lettuce leaf, raw veggie sticks and, of course, a yummy crunchy cookie for dessert!

Looks like a great set up for some veggies and dip or hummus, with a side of crackers. :)

I like the different compartments so you can keep your fruits, veggies, and sandwich all separate. It's also great for packing up last nights dinner for leftovers!

Ham and swiss roll-ups! My all-time favorite easy packed lunch, but they require staying cool and I ave no ways to make that happen currently. My old lunchbox was sadly demolished by hard living. :(

I would put leftovers from dinner the night before in the big area, carrots in one other area, and yogurt in the other.

AWESOME lunchbox! I would use it for yoghurt and granola (without sogginess) in the smaller compartments - and put a mixed veggie salad with chicken the large compartment. I'm trying hard to be healthier, and the cafeteria at work can be dangerous. A delicious packed lunch in a glamorous lunchbox could help prevent me hitting the french fries!

I would put some grilled chicken strips and salad and put dressings in the other. These look great.

I need to create healthier options for myself because I am on the go a lot.

This lunch box would be a godsend! My biggest challenge to healthy eating is not being prepared ahead of time. I could definitely use a tool to help me pack up healthy choices for my day so that I am not tempted to resort to the drive thru when I get hungry!

I would love to have this for my healthy lunches that I pack everyday...I love the dividers!

snack girl you are so right everyone needs a lunch box like this....dotty

Wow, that lunchbox looks awesome! I've been trying to get in the habit of cooking a week's worth of lunches on the weekend. These would be great for portioning things out in advance.

My daughter's lunch. She's not really into creative lunchs so probably a peanut butter and jelly sandwich on whole wheat, some nuts, and homemade applesauce.

I bring my lunch to work almost every day. I am so tired of wrapping in tin foil my celery and fruits. I would a turkey and swiss on an Arnold Thin along with celery and grape tomatoes.

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