3. Thermos Funtainer Food Jar: Jenny recommended this for keeping things warm. She fills them with boiling water in the morning for about 10-15 minutes. Then put the food in hot and sometimes it is still warm when leftovers come home after school. She even puts in grilled cheese sandwiches cut into quarters and quesadilla that were reported still warm (but mostly it’s pasta, mac&cheese or soup leftovers).
I feel like we all need a little help and inspiration when it comes to what food to send to school for lunch and what container to put it in. I have found a good lunch container and thought I would share it with you. I also asked Jenny for her favorites.
1. Sistema lunch cube: It is easy enough for my 3 year old to open. It keeps the food well organized and separate .
2. Fit & Fresh Kids Value Lunch Set: Jenny likes these! The build in freezer pack is pretty cool.
4. Reuseable Snack Bags: If you are feeling crafty. Check out Jenny’s post about making your own reuseable snack bags.