Monday, February 15, 2016

On The Go Lunch Ideas for Your Toddler

Twice a week Connor has preschool and on those days I usually run errands right after picking up him from class since we are out and about already. Because school is over at 12:15, I typically bring a packed lunch with me for my little guy. Packing his lunch makes my life so much easier. He can munch on lunch as we drive from school to the grocery or whatever shop we need to visit. One of my favorite products to use for lunch on the go is our French Bull Pack & Snack container. Here are our top 3 lunch options for mess-free eating on the go.

I try to give Connor a variety during our lunch out but don't want to give him anything that's going to make a mess in the car or his car seat. A lunch that includes protein, dairy and a fruit is usually what you'll find in our pack & snack. Here are our most common lunch combinations.

Our lunches usually contain the following toddler friendly foods:
Boiled Eggs
Turkey Breast Slices
Yogurt Covered Raisins
Peanut Butter Crackers
Veggie Straws 

I am a huge fan of our French Bull Snack & Pack container. The small container clicks into the larger base, securing our lunch and snacks in place. The lids secure tightly so messes and spills are avoided. It also comes with a utensil for easy eating while running errands. And I can't forget the cute designs you get to choice from. I love the colors and patterns available. Every Snack & Pack is made with Tritan plastic. This is the clear plastic on my French Bull Snack & Pack that doesn't scratch or break or retain odors or stains. Which is exactly the kind of material we need when handing something to an always moving 3 year old. I need something that will stand up to every day use.

Eating on the go is so helpful for me when we have a lot to get done and don't want to eat fast food. Connor doesn't do well with dining out so packing our lunch is a most. We can snack in the car in between the grocery, Target, post office or while on the way to a play date or doctor's appointment. I would love to hear what foods your little ones like? We have a short list that's on constant rotation so I'm always looking for new foods for Connor to try and enjoy.

Disclaimer: I received this item at no cost for the review I shared with you today. The opinions are my own and as always, I would never share something with you if I wasn't a fan! 

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