August 18, 2013

Rubbermaid LunchBlox Kit :: Review and Giveaway




Lunch on the go just got easier! Just in time for back to school, the Rubbermaid LunchBlox Kids Tall Kit makes packing lunch easier than ever! These modular containers snap together to stay organized in kids’ lunch bags. Kits include a Blue Ice tray to keep foods cold, and they’re designed to fit neatly into standard lunch bags. Containers are perfectly portioned for kids’ favorite lunch foods, so packing and carrying a variety of foods is easy!



I love the perfect portion sizes of the containers. It is so easy to fill, close and snap. Everything in the kit (including the Blue Ice tray) snaps together easily! Then you just slide everything into a tall lunch bag. It is so compact, it will be easy for your kiddo to transport to and from school.


Features of the LunchBlox Kids Tall Kit from Rubbermaid include:
  • Modular containers snap together to save space in your lunch bag
  • Leak-proof lids are easy to open. No adults needed!
  • Containers snap together with a Blue Ice Tray, keeping lunches chilled and fresh without refrigeration
  • Optimally sized for kids’ favorite lunch foods, so packing and carrying a variety of foods is easy!
  • Microwave safe, dishwasher safe, freezer safe and BPA-free

The kits are available in pink/purple/green or blue/orange/green. I plan on using this myself for my own adult lunches! Be sure to check out all of the LunchBlox Food Storage products to find one that is just right for you. They offer Sandwich Kits, Kits for Flat Lunch Bags, Entree Kits and more!


One lucky reader will win a LunchBlox Kids Tall Kit from Rubbermaid!

Connect :: Check out www.buildabetterlunch.com! It is full of coupons, recipe ideas and other helpful tips! Be sure to also visit the Adventures in Organization Blog for more great tips from Rubbermaid. You can also find Rubbermaid on Facebook and Twitter.

Buy It :: The LunchBlox Kids Flat Kit is currently available for purchase at Rubbermaid.com, Target, Wal-Mart and grocery stores. The price of the kit on Rubbermaid.com is $10.99.

Win It :: One {lucky} reader will win a LunchBlox Tall KitThe Tall Kit includes a sandwich container, two side containers and a Blue Ice chill pack.

How To Enter :: Just use the simple form below to enter. Open to US and Canada. Must be 18+ to enter. Giveaway closes on September 1, 2013 at 11:59 pm EST. Only one person per household/IP address may enter. Good luck!
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90 comments:

  1. there is a great turkey thanksgiving sandwich recipe!

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  2. I like the classic and the summer tuna salad recipes.

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  3. Oh my the Classic Tuna Sandwich would be such a hit with my family.

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  4. I like tip #15 to break down larger portions into individual containers. I would love a whole fridge full of lunch blox!

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  5. I like the PB and J burrito. too bad the kids can't take that to school anymore though. no peanut products allowed.

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  6. Deep fried buffalo chicken wrap sounds so good.

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  7. I learned I can actually be organized even with the lunches. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  8. I've been using Rubbermaid products for years. It's high quality and lasts a lot longer than most food storage products. These Rubbermaid lunchblox kids products will be a hit with the kids and make it where they don't have to eat the plain old sandwich. Thanks for the review.

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  9. Turkey Veggie Sandwich recipe

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  10. Save money by purchasing lunch foods in bulk and store in kids lunchbox containers in the refrigerator for the coming week.

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  11. My kids would love the PB&J burritos.

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  12. The Deep-Fried Buffalo Chicken wrap sounds good.

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  13. I like the Classic Tuna Sandwich, I like to make it on white bread not toasted and hubby likes it also with hard boiled egg in it

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  14. Cut cool shapes out of bread using a 2-inch, star-shaped cookie cutter.
    Then, spread Jif® Peanut Butter on half the stars and Smucker’s® Jelly on
    the remaining stars. Press them together to make five small sandwiches,
    then thread them, adding strawberry halves and grape halves, onto
    mini wooden skewers. It makes for a fruity treat that’s fun to eat. Such a great tip!

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  15. I found a recipe for Fiesta Chocolate Pretzels that would be a great treat for lunches.

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  16. The summer tuna salad looks yummy!

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  17. They give a lot of helpful tips on making better lunches like sandwiching the jelly for non soggy sandwiches and putting some jam in with yogurt to make it more desirable! Good stuff!

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  18. Liked the idea of putting peanut butter on both pieces of bread and sandwiching the jelly in the middle! Never even thought to do that, but it makes sense!

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  19. My kids would love the PB and J Burrito recipe.

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  20. The Summer Tuna Salad looks great!

    Servings: 1 Prep Time: 10 minutes

    Ingredients:
    1 pouch (2.6 oz.) StarKist® Chunk Light Tuna in Water
    3 cups salad greens, washed
    4 artichoke heart quarters
    ¼ cup sliced roasted red peppers
    4 olives (kalamata and green) sliced in half
    1 Tbsp. blue cheese, crumbled
    1 Tbsp. toasted pine nuts
    1 Tbsp. balsamic vinegar dressing or olive oil and red wine vinegar (optional)

    Directions:
    Place salad greens in large bowl. Add tuna, artichoke hearts, peppers, olives, blue cheese and pine nuts and
    toss well. If desired, sprinkle with some olive oil and red wine vinegar or balsamic dressing and serve.

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  21. The Classic Tuna Sandwich looks good to me.

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  22. The Deep Fried Buffalo Chicken Wrap looks delicious :)

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  23. Would be great to have for when we go camping! Portable, and easy to store away and carry all those healthy snacks and keep dirt and bugs out of food. :)

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  24. I like the summer tuna salad recipe.

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  25. I like the Buffalo Chicken Wrap! Sounds yummy

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  26. The deli-fried buffalo chicken wrap looks delicious!

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  27. Wow! The chocolate peanut butter munch looks great!
    savewish@yahoo.com

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  28. I like the mediterranean tuna wrap.

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  29. I love wraps for lunch, an easy way to hide lots of veggies and still taste great.

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  30. I think my girls would love the PB&J Sushi RollS!

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  31. wraps, sound good and are healthier

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  32. I learned that it makes it easier if you set out and prepare everything you need to put the lunches together the night before

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  33. I like to make the Mediterranean tuna wrap .

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  34. The Mediterranean Tuna wrap sounds delicious!

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  35. I like the deep fried buffalo chicken wrap!

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  36. I learned that you can save money and time by organizing bulk purchases into smaller rubbermaid container portions.

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  37. the thought of going beyond Bread - If your kids love sandwiches, think about packing lunches that get away from

    white, wheat or rye breads. Mix things up with StarKist® Tuna or Butterball®

    Turkey in a tortilla wrap, a bagel, a toasted English muffin, a pita pocket or

    even a fresh-baked roll. Or pack their favorite crackers to use as a

    mini-sandwich substitute for the same-old sandwich breads.

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  38. I didn't realize that they would have recipes there! That chocolate peanut butter munch looks awesome!

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  39. Turkey veggie sandwhich

    raffelcopter name i jackie reid

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  40. I like the Jif Chewy Peanut Butter and Chocolate( Hazelnut) Cookies but would not use the Hazelnut spread. No one in our house like Hazelnuts.

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  41. I like the wraps and I think this will be a big hit with the kids... Thanks for the giveaway.. I hope to win

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  42. I like the Turkey Veggie Sandwich recipe

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  43. the turkey veggie sandwhich sounds yum

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  44. The P B & J burritos would be a great lunch.
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill12@gmail.com

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  45. wash in hot water and avoid using in microwave and dishwasher

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  46. PB&J Burritos!? What a great spin on classic PB&J!

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  47. I liked the Jif Peanutty White Chocolate Snack Mix recipe - how delicious!

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  48. Would have to try the Pb&J Burritos! My kids would love these!

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  49. pb and j burrito...different
    hollow_sins@yahoo.com

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  50. I'd like to try the pb and j burritos!

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  51. The Jif Chewy peanut butter and chocolate hazelnut sandwich cookies look absolutely AMAZING! I want to make these asap!

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  52. When making a PB & J, spread your Jif® peanut butter on the
    insides of both bread slices and then spread on the Smucker’s®
    jelly. It’ll make for a super non-soggy sandwich.

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  53. The Turkey Veggie Sandwich sounds delicious!

    Tammy Dalley

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  54. I like the pb & j burritos recipe

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  55. I like the summer tuna salad recipe

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  56. Id like to try the peanut butter triangle sandwichs.
    Dawn Monroe

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  57. I like the PB & J burrito recipe, I bet my son would love it!

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  58. I love the wraps, anything but the normal sandwich.

    leannemacg at gmail.com

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  59. sae money by buying in bulk and seperating it into smaller containers!

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  60. I am a big turkey meat eater. I will take the turkey veggie sandwich.

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  61. My grandson would love the Classic Tuna Sandwich!
    ptavernie at yahoo dot com

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  62. I like the Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich Surprises.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  63. The Summer Tuna Salad is a definite must-do!

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  64. The buffalo chicken wrap sounds great.

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  65. The Summer Tuna Salad sounds great.
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  66. My kids would love the PB&J Burrito.

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  67. Turkey veggie sandwach..have to do anonymous..name is Theresa M.

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  68. Buffalo chicken wrap! lbmose at gmail dot com

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  69. I would like try their tuna receipe

    lmurley2000@yahoo.com

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  70. I like the dip tip. Kids do love to dip things!

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  71. I liked the Summer Tuna Salad recipe.

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  72. My favorite is the PB and J burrito.

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  73. The best tip is to break food down into smaller portions in containers.
    ericacarnes(at)gmail(dot)com

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  74. The recipe for PB and Jelly Sushi Rolls is so adorable - what a creative idea - thanks for sharing!

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  75. i want to try the classic tuna salad recipe
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  76. I like the sounds of the tuna salad

    Londia

    silverneon2000 at yahoo dot com

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  77. I like the tip about packing a dip for lunch. Kids do like dipping their food, it's a great way for them to eat their veggies.

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  78. I like deep fried buffalo chicken wrap

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  79. The Deep-Fried Buffalo Chicken wrap sounds great and I know the kids would love it

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  80. My son is a relatively healthy eater and he would enjoy the veggie turkey sandwich.

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