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    I put a small icepack in a snaplock bag which stops everything getting wet.

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    I get plain uht milk boxes or as a treat a v8 juice and freeze it. I also make lunch with frozen bread and make sure everything is really chilled before packing it.

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    I'm not sure if this has been said, but what's the best way to keep those yoghurt pouches cold? (The Calci yum ones)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    I'm not sure if this has been said, but what's the best way to keep those yoghurt pouches cold? (The Calci yum ones)
    I freeze them and they do double duty as an ice pack & they stay cold

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    I bought a "pack it" lunch bag for dd.
    The whole insulated bag goes in the freezer and stays cool for 8 hours and doesnt sweat or leak

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    I use an insulated lunch bag and freeze a yoghurt the night before to keep fruit cold.

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    Will the "frozen" yoghurt still be able to be sucked out of the opening?

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    Ds has an insulated lunch bag from smiggle with two frozen bricks inside. Hasn't leaked on anything yet. Fingers crossed.

    We also use anything we can to be frozen. Ie. yogurt pouches, frozen meatballs, banana bread or zucchini slice so it keeps other things cold and by the time he eats them its all defrosted or close to it.

    Most days the yoghurt defrosts in time for lunch break. But ds also quite happily sucks the life out of it like a yoghurt slushy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    Will the "frozen" yoghurt still be able to be sucked out of the opening?
    It usually thaws out by 11:30 when my daughter has lunch

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    Quote Originally Posted by kezanazz View Post
    I bought a "pack it" lunch bag for dd.
    The whole insulated bag goes in the freezer and stays cool for 8 hours and doesnt sweat or leak
    Thanks I haven't heard of these before. Just ordered one for dd and it was on special 40% off so hoping it will do the trick. I like that it has the gel in the lining.


 

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