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    I know you mentioned it's a pack of other containers. I'm looking now but I can't find the whole set. Could you please send me the link. Sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajimum View Post
    Sorry, just saw this. It's a lunchbots bento cinco. We are loving it so far!
    Would that fit a sandwich? I looked online. There not cheap either. πŸ˜ƒ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Would that fit a sandwich? I looked online. There not cheap either. οΏ½οΏ½οΏ½οΏ½οΏ½οΏ½
    If we cut up a sandwich it will fit into the 2 large sections (though you need to cut into 6 smaller pieces! DD doesn't often take a sandwich so it works okay for us. They aren't cheap I know, but I am hoping we get so much use out of it that it won't matter too much!

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    Finally remembered a photo this morning.

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    Pasta salad with egg, popcorn, mandarin, goji berries and a piece of lemon slice.

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    Turkey, Swiss and spinach sandwich, popcorn, pineapple, goji berries, cucumber and capsicum

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    These lunches all sound yummy!! Must remember to post a pic tomorrow. I've also had a realization that I am terrible at baking πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ my savoury muffins are the worst texture, they'll be going in the bin πŸ˜‘ any good lunchbox treat recipes anyone want to share?? Hopefully fool proof so I dont ruin them and waste more ingredients πŸ˜‚

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    Great thread! I desperately need inspiration and any (simple) recipes.

    i love the lunch boxes too esp. the planetbox. I have been on the verge of buying one but am unsure of how my dd would use it. Is the whole thing taken outside at recess and then again at lunch?..my 5 year old would probably pick everything apart at recess and then drop half of it and end up with nothing for lunch! She is not quite used to balancing her lunch box on her lap as at preschool she sat at a table for morning tea and lunch. Also, crunch and sip needs to be in a separate container. But its on the cards when/if she becomes more coordinated!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeaAndToast View Post
    Great thread! I desperately need inspiration and any (simple) recipes.

    i love the lunch boxes too esp. the planetbox. I have been on the verge of buying one but am unsure of how my dd would use it. Is the whole thing taken outside at recess and then again at lunch?..my 5 year old would probably pick everything apart at recess and then drop half of it and end up with nothing for lunch! She is not quite used to balancing her lunch box on her lap as at preschool she sat at a table for morning tea and lunch. Also, crunch and sip needs to be in a separate container. But its on the cards when/if she becomes more coordinated!!!
    Yes , my DS is in kindy and he takes it out for recess and then lunch they have to sit in the classroom and eat before they go out to play ( ten mins I think) , I bought it last year and practiced in the holidays before school started, it comes with 2 separate containers that I use for fruit break so he just grabs the small container and takes it to his desk to eat ( or an apple fits in the pouch on the front of the bag as well) I pack his lunch the night before and in the morning show him before I put it in his bag - veggies and crackers and cheese usually for recess and fruit and wrap ( or whatever is in the main compartment ) for lunch - he's never had any problems with it and about 5 other kids in his class have now bought one as well!

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    Oh I must have a read through this properly later. I have just finished googling a bunch of "freeze ahead" snacks for my kids lunch boxes that I intend to spend the weekend baking.

    These are my kids lunch boxes. Coloured ones are for Mr6 at school and Mr4 and Miss3 at preschool. Little square one is for Mr2 for when out with me (I run school canteen) or when he has little stays in the preschool room.
    I will do some proper pics/updates as of next week hopefully.


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