Over the past year I’ve slowly been reviewing bento lunchboxes for kids and now we’ve come to a point where I feel like I’ve done enough of them to warrant a show down. I’ll also be talking about easy stuff to put in those fancy lunchboxes that won’t bring on the mom guilt. And I’m giving away a prize pack featuring a Go Green Lunchbox , Honest Kid’s Juice, and Quinn Popcorn. I sought out each of these companies because there are staples in our home or something I have been interested in trying out for some time. Purchase links inside the chart are affiliate Amazon links. All thoughts and feelings expressed are my own.
|Lunchbox||Go Green Lunch Box||Laptop Lunches Bistro Bento||EcoLunchboxes Tri-Bento||EasyLunchBox System|
|Full Review||N/A||Bistro Bento||Tribento||N/A|
|Easy to Clean?||4/5||2/5||5/5||3/5|
|Durability||Thumbs Up||Thumbs Up||Thumbs Up||Some discoloration but still structurally sound|
|Includes Lunch Bag?||Yes||No||Kind of||Yes|
And once you’ve picked out the perfect lunch box you have to figure out what to put into it. We try to keep stuff as healthy as possible around here. Lots of whole grains, fruits, veggies, and lean protein. Harper is a high energy. She can go and go and go. Like all day at Disneyland with out a breather or 7 mile hike. That kind of energy can often come with an insatiable appetite and I want to make sure the things that go in her body are the right things. Honest Kids juice has been our main traditional juice box alternative because they contain so much less sugar than other leading brands due to the omission of extra sugar. Quinn Popcorn pulled me in with their ecofriendly approach at quick, healthy snacks and their variety of unusual flavors like Kale and Rosemary.
Along with Go Green Lunch Box, Honest Kids and Quinn have been kind enough to sponsor a giveaway prize pack. Enter below for a chance to get yours.