With school starting up it is time to think about packing healthy lunches. Even though we homeschool we are out of the house one day a week at a homeschool co-op, so we have to brown bag it that day. We also have two long days while my daughter is attending community college, so that is another two days we need to eat lunch on the go. Packing a lunch is a great way to save money, and make sure the food we are eating is healthy and not junky fast food.
The new Rubbermaid LunchBlox Sandwich Kit is a great help for packing lunches, because it saves space and keeps lunch organized. It has 4 modular containers which snap together.
The kit also includes a blue ice pack, that allows you to keep the lunch perfectly chilled. I like that the blue ice can fit in the middle of the containers, or on the bottom, depending on what you have packed. The containers included are perfectly sized. One is sandwich sized, and then there are 2 small snack containers, perfect for small snacks and one larger snack container.
I think this is going to be very handy for my son’s lunches this year. I like that the containers are solid, heavy weight products, that look like they will hold up well to regular use. Of course the containers are BPA free, dishwasher, microwave and freezer safe.
I packed a peanut butter sandwich, cherry tomatoes, raisins and cracker for my son! What is your favorite brown bag lunch to pack?
Disclosure: My family received a complimentary Rubbermaid Lunch Blox Sandwich Kit sample for the purpose of writing a review, no monetary compensation was received. All opinions are my own.
7 thoughts on “Rubbermaid LunchBlox Sandwich Kit Review”
I absolutely love these! Rubbermaid rocks
Those are nice. I need some new containers for my lunch packing ease.
These look awesome! I love that they stack up!
I love the look of these. I am going to have to buy some.
This looks great to keep everything in its spot… my little guy would love that!
Love the way they stack – might have to try this!
Those are so cool! Much better than putting a sandwich in a plastic baggie and having it get all smashed up.