Take It From Me: Best Lunch Box Ever (Review & Giveaway)

August 11, 2013

Best Lunch Box Ever (Review & Giveaway)

I absolutely love feeding my family healthy and yummy food, but there are many times when I get stumped! I'll have a a great week, where snack and meal plans are made, groceries are bought and I am ready to go! Then the next week rolls around and I get busy or I get caught up with something and forget that I have a family to feed! Oops! 

If it wasn't for people like Katie Sulivan Morfood, the author of Best Lunch Box Ever, I would probably be a little insane. She has helped me brighten those "dark" weeks where I couldn't even think of one meal to make, and the best part is her meals are nutritious and delicious, so you don't have to worry whether or not your kids will enjoy them! 
"Best Lunch Box Ever is packed with 75 delicious recipes of made-from-scratch lunch box mains, snacks and after-school pick-me-ups that are easy to throw together on busy mornings (or even the night before)."

A few of our favorites is the home-made apple sauce. I can make this on the weekend and it will last all week, plus it's super quick to make, it's easier on my wallet and it's healthier.

Her sour cherry oatmeal bars are to die for and lastly, her "Betcha Can't Eat Just One" Parmesan Kale Chips are very yummy!

This book is full of helpful tips, fun and unique ideas and full of great ways to make packing lunches a little less terrifying! Check out this super cute video for a little inspiration! 
Buy It!
You can purchase the Best Lunch Box Ever book online!

Win It!
Katie, author of Best Lunch Box Ever has generously offered 1 very lucky Take It From Me reader a copy of Best Lunch Box Ever: Ideas and Recipes for School Lunches Kids Will Love along with a set of 3 nesting, leak proof stainless steel containers by Kids Konserve!

ENTER: Enter the giveaway using the Rafflecopter form below. For info on how to use the Rafflecopter form, check out this video tutorial HERE.

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A BIG THANKS to Katie, author of Best Lunch Box Ever for the providing a product to review and giveaway for one of our readers. I was compensated for this post, however, these are my honest opinions, your experience may vary.

26 comments :

  1. That they will not want to eat it!

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  2. Everyone wants something different ugh

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  3. Trying to make a meal with vegetables

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  4. Getting something everyone likes.

    hanner.da.nanner at gmail dot com

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  5. My biggest challenge is making sure sandwiches don't get squashed and that the food tastes good.

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  6. My son is a picky eater and the biggest challenge for me is to make something healthy and tasty so that he would eat it.
    elena.cacahuete(at)gmail(dot)com

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  7. coming up with new ideas for lunches that are healthy

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  8. Incorporating healthy foods in a fun way has been a challenge for me

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  9. getting my son to try new things

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  10. My biggest challenge is that I will make something super delicious and then right before I serve it she will change her mind! It's so wasteful. She starts school this fall and I really can't imagine making things ahead of time and them actually getting eaten :S

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  11. my biggest challenge is my son won't eat sandwiches

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  12. Everyone wants something different

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  13. I get in a rut packing the same thing for multiple days in a row. My kids get bored and like variety.

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  14. I find it a challenge to balance between making sure they have enough to eat and then not wasting food either.

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  15. My biggest challenge is just trying to think of new things to pack!

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  16. Finding a variety of healthy foods that she won't get bored with.

    andysavi.mom@gmail.com

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  17. Packing healthy lunches that my kids will like

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  18. We struggle with making sure we sneak in enough veggies and also trying to make sure the lunches aren't the same-old, same-old!

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  19. We struggle with keeping things healthy, REAL food, and simple/quick to make and also cost-effective.

    I love the names of some of these recipes - I think this would help get us out of our rut!

    Angela Rhodes Ingles
    nofearpapertiger AT Gmail.com

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  20. My biggest challenge is getting my daughter to eat healthy things.

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  21. My challenge is including variety

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  22. finding things they want to eat

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  23. Making sure that everything is healthy and yummy.

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  24. my challenge is my daughter is very very picky and nothing can touch something else.

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