Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Review: Warmables Lunch Kit to keep your Back to School (or Work) lunches Warm!! #warmables

Dear Readers:

 It is almost that time of year (for some of you start early, though most of the schools around here start after Labor Day), that time when you are out there searching for the perfect back to school items. For the teachers in my family and my friends, that means back to work! For me, that means back to routine, regularly scheduled runs and workouts and activities.
 For all of us, that means Lunchtime!!! I am pretty lucky, as I have Ana with me for one more year of lunchtimes (le sob). Next year, she will be in full time kindergarten and I will be packing lunches for her.

 In the meantime, we received this very cool bag set to review here. Check it: You can keep your food warm for 4-6 hours if you follow the specific directions included with the cherry pit bags and insulated lunch bags..

Something like this:

  • Fill provided plastic container with food(heat it up) Yes!! (or you can use your own container)
  • Heat the cherry pit bags without burning the pits,so about 45-90 seconds in the microwave.Heat in 30 second intervals,shake and repeat until hot.
  • Put plastic container and cherry pit bags inside the Warmables pouch, then seal it!
  • Put the pouch inside insulated lunch box. And voila...warm, homemade food. Fresh and hot for my baby! 

I suspect a lot of mac and cheese, grilled cheese and other warm, comfy comfort food items may be included in these lunches for my sweetie.

Ana and her Warmables kit!

I cannot wait until we are eating warm lunches to try this out with all of our healthy food. Mama's Broccoli, and Homemade Squash pasta, or Daddy's Eggplant Paleo Parm. As soon as the temp dips, the warm lunches begin.
Check out the links below for more info and to order a Warmables lunch kit for yourself. It comes in an Adult size, and a Children's size.

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