A Lunchbots snack in a box

I’ve been drooling over the Lunchbots boxes as much as any kid might drool over what may go inside them! Ever since I read about bento and packing an artful lunch, that is. And I finally got my Lunchbots boxes in the mail! Yoohoo! (I suppose even Sid isn’t as excited as silly old me.) Anyway, here’s the first Lunchbots snack in the Duo box. And if you’re anything like me, you’ll LOVE the divided sections. It’s stainless steel, so safe too. They’re perfect for adults too. (For more gyan, see Sheri’s review here).

pears and plumsSliced plums and pears, placement learnt from Happy Little Bento again – totally healthy and hopefully not too much for a 10 minute snack break.

Pssst, I also got the Lunchbots Trio, now only to rustle up some appropriate food (maybe tomorrow?)

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2 Responses to “A Lunchbots snack in a box”

  1. neeti says:

    Life comes full circle, doesn’t it? We traded our humble stainless steel lunch ‘dabbas’ for Tupperware. And now Tupperware makes way for Lunchbots, which, though handsome, are nothing but smarter cousins of the steel dabbas still available at our local ‘bartanwalla’ :)

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  2. Anu says:

    Very true Neeti. Our school dabbas were heroes, they lasted so long. In those days they made them sturdy! But I’ve had it with badly made, thin stainless steel boxes you get these days where the clasps fall off or the steel rusts (which it is isn’t supposed to do, if it is steel)!

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