***Munchbox Mini Giveaway***

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Yahoo! We have another great giveaway for you all! This time it’s from Munchbox Mini.

The prize includes all of these amazing products:

1 x Fuel Bento Box
1 x Fuel Sandwich Box
1 x Fuel Salad to Go Box
1 x Fuel Snack ‘n’ Dip container
1 x Medama Eye Picks
1 x Plane & Clouds Sandwich Cutter
1 x Teddy Sando Sandwich Maker
It is valued at $100 including courier delivery in Australia, how amazing is that!?

For your chance to win this great giveaway pack all you have to do is answer the question below and follow the terms and conditions.

This is a game of skill; the most interesting/creative answer will be chosen by my team at the Lunchbox Ideas For Kids blog.

—WHAT IS THE ONE THING YOU FIND HARDEST ABOUT PACKING LUNCHES FOR YOURSELF, YOUR CHILDREN OR WHOEVER YOU PACK LUNCHES FOR?

***This giveaway closes 7pm AEST Thursday 12th of March 2015 and the winner will be contacted via email only and so you must ensure you provide your name and a valid email address. The winner has 48 hours to respond to the winning email or the prize will be redrawn. Entries who do not provide an email address will not be valid entries. Open to Australian residents only and the judges decision is final.

***Having trouble entering on your mobile device? Click on the title of the blog post then scroll down to the bottom of the page, click ‘View web version’, then scroll down to the bottom of the page again and click on ‘Post a comment’, then type your answer in the comment box. Good luck! :)***

Don’t forget to check out Munchbox Mini’s website at www.munchboxmini.com for their great products. And remember to share this wonderful giveaway with your friends and family so they can enter this giveaway as well.

This giveaway is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook.

Get creative everyone, I look forward to reading your entries and thank you once again to Munchbox Mini for this amazing giveaway!

From Anita

32 thoughts on “***Munchbox Mini Giveaway***”

  1. the hardest part about packing lunches is maintaining variety whilst maintaining my views on healthy food. Constantly making new stuff to keep both kids excited!

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  2. the thing I find the hardest when making lunches for my 6 year old is his unwillingness to try new foods. He likes to take mostly the same things everyday, so all of my yummy exciting ideas go to waste.

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  3. Packing lunches the night before, it’s always hard to know exactly what to pack, because how do I know what the children or I are going to feel like for lunch the next day.

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  4. The hardest thing i find is keeping the food cold enough come lunch time for my daughter. And for my son is making sure his food is in the right groups (high functioning Austism) so food need to be group correctly for him to eat it.

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  5. The hardest thing I find in packing a lunchbox is to find a suitable leakproof lunchbox (so food does not need to be wrapped) that is easy for my daughter to open and has enough space/compartments to fit a variety of food choices. And then being able to keep it cool enough in our hot climate to still be edible by lunchtime.

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  6. The hardest thing I find is when I freeze multiple different lunches in various plastic containers for the family to have variety, I always forget to label what it is and when it was made and which family member it is for so come defrosting time it’s a guessing game and often I find myself unnecessarily throwing out food because I can’t remember when I made it or what was inside.

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  7. the hardest thing I find is remembering to take a picture before it gets taken so school so I can post it on Lunchbox Ideas for Kids!

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  8. The hardest thing about packing lunches is trying to get every healthy (not pre packed)
    All made from home – with fresh fruit etc

    And having a leakproof lunchbox the doesn’t need all kinds of wrapping
    Most importantly that easy for my master 4 to open
    & easy for my mr 17 to use also.

    As single mum would love to win this for my family

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  9. The hardest thing for me is variety, my son is a big eater and ats mosts things but gets bored easily. I find that we are wasting a lot of food because he is just ‘over it’

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  10. I find it difficult to not get stuck in packing the same things all the time. I have to be a bit more open minded! (Which is much easier now thanks to all the great posts on Lunchbox Ideas for Kids!)

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  11. The hardest thing I find is trying to balance between being healthy+yummy+good variety+fresh and oh yeah- that will actually be eaten! By the time I have packed my all my kids lunch and hubby’s lunch I’ve ended up with a plain old tin of tuna and some crackers…;-)

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  12. The hardest thing I find about packing lunches is my husband wants bulk whilst my 15 year old daughter loves bento style with no bread, so finding variety that in 2 weeks she’s not sick of and I end up throwing out ,she’s a grazer so small amounts of lots of things

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  13. The hardest part is satisfying my husband’s picky eating habits. He wants indulgent food that is healthy! Finding a balance between indulgent and healthy is hard. However, in a small way, I have started working that challenge. In the process of working that out, I have managed to get my husband to carry packed lunches, which he has not done in 2 decades!

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  14. The hardest thing about making lunches for my family is to remember myself!
    I prep, prep, prep, cut, cut, cut, pack,pack, and pack…followed by clean – tidy – clean. Put everything away, kitchen nice and clean – all lunches lined up on the kitchen bench – and then I realize, what about my lunch?
    No wonder I live of crusts and the pieces no one else eats. And yes – coffee!
    I think getting my own lunchbox would be a start, at least then I’m reminded as I start the process every morning!
    Would LOVE to win this pack!

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  15. The hardest thing about packing lunches for my son would be Stopping each other from eating the lunch while we pack it! He loves helping choose the items and always wants to taste what I’m making and it goes from popping one bite in to every time I turn around he pops another one in lol learnt his lesson quite quickly when he popped a pistachio in, shell and all.

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  16. FiThe hardest thing packing for my five year old is making sure it all equally exciting or equally yummy and healthy too otherwise the favourites dissapear and he gets far to busy too eat anything more.. i have become quite good at hiding chickpeas kidney beans zuchini chia and coconut oil in even the naughtiest looking super treats now.. thankfully he is none the wiser just yet πŸ™‚ funky packaging helps keep up the interest and the lunchbox out a little longer to give all food a fighting chance..

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  17. The hardest thing about packing my sons lunch for daycare, is putting food init πŸ˜‰ he just won’t eat at daycare! Im trying to be creative, even added mater and mcqueen sandwiches but that day only a nibble πŸ˜• im outta ideas, i love the eye picks and all the fuel boxes so maybe just maybe that might be my answer πŸ‘

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  18. OMG, these lunch boxes are amazing . I’m 44 fit and healthy, just recently had a heart attack for no apparent reason 😞 , my splurge when I came out of hospital was one of these lunch boxes. I have continued my healthy food intake using this for daily outings, stuff the kids ( they make their own lunches and would never know if I had a 2nd one) lol,2 of my kids are in high school, other primary school. Now he has an issue with opening lunch boxes, suppose I could share with him, maybe

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  19. The hardest thing would be fighting the urge to just pack $10 in the lunchboxes after a long day knowing that the kids and hubby would all probably prefer that and use the time to have a cuppa. Win win for all (but for the unhealthy part) πŸ˜€

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  20. The thing I find the hardest about making lunches for my children each day is making them different without putting any processed food in them. I have just found I need to be organised and ‘Lunchbox Ideas’ has helped with that. My kids are a lot happier now and I don’t have lunch coming home again. THANK YOU..πŸ˜‰

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  21. The hardest thing about packing lunches in my house is finding things to pack that everyone enjoys. I don’t want to cook/make/pack 6 different meals every day.
    Some days mr 5 wants sausages, but mr 15 is totally shamed out to have them in his lunch, miss 7 loves dragon fruit, but its too pink for mr 11, and dont get me started on Daddy’s lunch box….lol

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  22. I find that I put so much emphasis into my children eating a well balanced lunch that is also yummy that I lose motivation when it comes to my lunch and I usually end up with Vegemite on toast 😦

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  23. the hardest park is trying to get my youngest (autistic with sensory issues) to try new foods. Thankfully making it look ‘fun’ works most days but we only have a small selection of bento products and he hates having the same thing twice in a week.

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  24. The hardest thing I find is making it look tasty and interesting,
    Wrapping in cling wrap looks dull and several little containers
    just looks like to much work. But put it in a spunky munchbox
    and it just pops with excitement

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  25. Hardest thing is finding something my fussy autistic child will eat. Trying to make it as interesting as I can with the limitations I have. And trying to remember to eat myself.
    Trying to keep it wrapping free and as healthy as possible with the food intolerance she has.

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  26. The hardest part for me is knowing my son hardly eats his lunch. I try to keep it exciting but know that I will be throwing it away by the evening. I have tried so many different things to get him to eat, but he still comes home with a mostly full lunchbox!

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  27. The hardest thing I find about packing lunches for my prep boy is the fact that we strike gold and they love strawberries or baby cucumber or whatever food so I pay the earth for fresh raspberries/strawberries/kiwi berries/salami whatever it is that is healthy he takes a liking to, I prepare it and present it beautifully in the lunchbox and it comes home untouched! His reasoning: the other kids said something about it or he’s decided he no longer “likes” that food and it’s straight back to drawing board for this mama to find the next healthy food that I can get him to eat before he changes his mind again, luckily his little bro and I will eat said foods but I buy these things special for his lunch and health and two days later “I don’t like them anymore/I don’t eat that anymore” !!!! Constantly on the hunt for nutritious foods he will like and actually eat for more than a few days.

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