LunchBots: Sturdy, Fun, and Versatile

For someone who packs lunches daily for a household of three, using waste-free materials is important to me. They need to be sturdy enough to stand the abuse of a six year old, aesthetically pleasing so that the fella won’t think they’re too “cutesy” to carry at work, convenient for packing healthy foods, and easy to clean. Especially since I am my family’s dishwasher! 

LunchBots has four stainless steel containers that meet all those needs and my family loves. Combine their compartmentalized convenience plus one of the MOMables lunch menus, and I can pack lunch for the entire family by just changing the portion size!

BPA–free and made from food-grade stainless steel, LunchBots are 100% reusable and 100% recyclable.  I also love all the fun color options there are for the lids! A great way to express your personality through your lunch box.  Whether you use an Uno, Duo, Trio, or Quad, the possibilities are endless for great lunches for the entire family.

The Trio and Quad, specifically, are great for kids’ lunches because it allows you to divide your food into three or four compartments. You can easily pack Bento-style lunches without the tediousness of cutting food into cute shapes. They give you more capabilities to be creative, and to keep food from touching for those picky eaters in your family!

Each space provides enough room to pack nutritious fruits, vegetables, protein, and more. Different size containers for different size appetites—perfect!  LunchBots also come in handy for keeping dinner leftovers in. With their spacious sections, you can easily store tonight’s dinner in them to enjoy for lunch the next day or even to use as ingredients in your next meal.

Avoid the use of wasteful baggies, foil, and plastic wraps! Instead, start packing in these Bots that will keep your food not only from getting squished, but are environmentally friendly as well. Did I mention they are sturdy? The ones in our MOMables test kitchen are 3 years old and still feel and function like new!

 

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About Keeley McGuire

Keeley is our resident allergy friendly contributor. She is a full-time working mom to one little girl who loves her homemade lunches. In her personal blog, KeeleyMcGuireBlog, she shares her gluten free and peanut free recipes, her love for her crockpot, and the occasional craft.