Follow these easy tips to make packing (and remembering) your lunch a breeze. Helpful ideas for creating an organized lunch-packing station, keeping Ziploc® containers stain free, and making lunchtime “tool kits” so you never forget a fork or spoon ag
"Don't call it salad". My kids say they don't like salad, but they like all of this stuff! Lettuce, tomatoes, cheddar cheese, ham, and sugar snap peas. One has sliced boiled egg. On the side: strawberries, raisins, and cashews. Packed in Easy Lunchboxes .
Trash is for Tossers: The Ultimate Zero Waste Lunch Kit: 1x Airtight stainless steel lunch container. Totally spill proof, easy to clean, optional dividers so that I can keep my food separate. 1x Reusable fork, fancy or second-hand. 1xReusable napkin, used for a week. 2xOrganic cotton bags for snacks(granola/nuts/popcorn) or sandwiches. 1xMason jar, glass, or stainless steel drink bottle.