Monday, September 14, 2015

Back to School with Snapware {Giveaway}

We're currently having fun playing with all our new Snapware containers, trying to come up with the perfect meals for them.  There are so many different sizes, perfect for bentos or just individual items.  We also love the airtight seals, it makes sending messier items easier.

So, what are we having for lunch this week?


We've got to have at least one fun lunch!  I made a cream cheese and jelly sandwich pocket out of whole wheat bread, strawberry jam, and strawberry cream cheese.  I cut the design with a Lunch Punch and added eyes and antenna with picks.  We added carrots, granola bars, and grapes (accented with more cute picks to the box.

This box is the Snapware®Total Solution™ 5.35 Cup Square Plastic Food Storage With Lid which also has room for an optional icepack!


This box was an on-the-go lunch for the husband.  He took a ham, turkey, and cheese sandwich, with lettuce and mayo on our current favorite oat & nut bread.  I cut the sandwich in half to make more room for a side dish and added grapes since they stabilize the food without leaking fruit juice on it.

The container shown is the Snapware®3.01-Cup (7” X 5” X 2-16/41”) Total Solution™ Rectangle Plastic Food Storage With Lid.  We were impressed by how much it held!


For those mornings, or lunches, where you're craving something besides a sandwich, what about a yogurt parfait.  A larger one with fruit and granola, along with Greek yogurt, is filling and healthy!  This one is vanilla yogurt, with blueberries and honey nut granola, a favorite of the boy.

The container used is a Snapware®1.21-Cup Total Solution™ Round Plastic Food Storage With Lid and we were very please with how well it sealed!  Yogurt is a great test to see how well food stays inside any container.


For treats, both kids love trail mix and we make our own with whatever we happen to have in the house--dried fruits, cereal, pretzel bits, you name it!  This one has pretzel nuggets, S'mores Goldfish crackers, a few fruit snacks, and possibly a few bits of Cheerio-type cereal.

It's packed in the Snapware®Total Solution™ 1.34-Cup Square Plastic Food Storage W/ Lid.  You could make multiple rounds and just send one per day since it seals tightly for storage!

Loving these ideas so far?  We're also giving away a Snapware®Total Solution™ 16-Pc Glass And Plastic Boxed Set to one lucky reader so you can make some fun lunches too.

Just use the Rafflecopter below, telling me what you'd put in your Snapware boxes!  For extra entries, you can tweet about the giveaway.  Entries are open to both US and Canadian readers!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure:  This post was sponsored by Snapware through World Kitchen LLC.  I received Snapware boxes and compensation to make these lunches, along with product for the giveaway, all opinions are my own.

36 comments:

  1. I'd pack fruits, snacks, sandwiches, etc.

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  2. I would pack sandwiches and snacks for my daughter's lunch.

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  3. These would be great for my whole family when on the go for football and cheer!

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  4. I would pack veggies, pasta and sandwiches.

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  5. I would pack snacks, fruits and veggies for my granddaughter.

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  6. I would pack my little ones lunch.

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  7. I would pack carrots, cucumbers, celery. a sandwich, and pineapple!

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  8. These would be perfect for holding leftovers taken as the next day's lunch. Snacks too!

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  9. I would packs grapes and a sandwich!

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  10. I would put all my lunch food in it to take to work.

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  11. These look like a good size for spaghetti or rice bowls for lunch.

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  13. I would pack some goldfish, a half sandwich and a few grapes! These are great looking!

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  14. a sandwich, some fruit and crackers

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  15. I would pack cheese and crackers.

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  16. Oh I would pack lunches for Carter for school! I am going to have to make your butterfly sandwich for him! We raised monarchs this year...and so that would be perfect! Lots of fruit for him...he loves yogurt and popcorn!

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  17. I would use them to pack lunches for my children! Thanks for the chance. (Andrea Amy)

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  18. I would pack fruits and sandwiches for my kids lunches. TY!

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  19. They would be good snack containers for things like cheerios, watermelon chunks etc.

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  20. I'd pack lunch for my preschooler.

    mykatjim at yahoo dot com

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    1. i don't know why this posted as "unknown". it's my post - angela walters.

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  21. I'd pack lunch for my husband and kids in them!!

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  22. My husband takes his lunch to work. I'd use these for sandwiches, fruit, or leftover pizza.
    marcia.goss@gmail.com

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  23. Lunches for the kiddos, I could buy more things in bulk too!

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  24. I would use these for healthy snacks like cut-up veggies or fruit or nuts.

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  25. i would use them everyday for our lunches - with fun little munchy snacks

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  26. I would pack a seasonal fruit salad

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  27. I would pack fruits, granola, and veggies for the kids.

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  28. I would pack fruits, granola, and veggies for the kids.

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