Mornings are always crazy around here. We always have more bags that I have hands, which means lots of trips back and forth to the car. Adding to the craziness lately — trying to leave myself enough time in the morning to pack a lunch! I am the. worst. at taking a lunch to work. I just love getting out of the office for lunch (Also I’m always running late. Also I hate cooking.) We typically have leftovers we want to take for lunch (vs. frozen meals) but storing the leftovers in lunch-box friendly containers is always a pain. IF I succeed at all of the things I mentioned above (packing a lunch, getting it into a container that fits in my lunch box, and remembering to take it to work) then going up to the lunch room and rinsing it out when I’m finished eating is just absolutely the last straw. That never happens… my poor husband. (He does all of our dishes. Thanks, Jason!)
Imagine how excited I was to try the Reynolds™ Heat & Eat Disposable Containers. For all of the reasons listed above. They’re made of plant fibers and are a great alternative to plastic. Jason’s favorite part? No need to clean the containers, just toss them out when you’re done! They come in a few different sizes, one for large portions and one the perfect size for your lunch box. Just don’t look for them in the tupperware aisle… they’re with the Reynolds™ wrap. ;)
We’re loving our Reynolds™ Heat & Eat Disposable Containers and they’re making our mornings a little less hectic. PLUS they’re helping me stick to my budget (less money on lunch means more money on maternity clothes!), which is a win/win, right?! The best news? You can get a coupon to try them for yourself! (You can find the coupons through the Reynolds site here or through Coupons.com here!) If you’re really feelin’ like an overachiever, you can find lots of yummy recipes perfect for your Heat & Eat container on the Reynolds site!
Have you tried Reynolds™ Heat & Eat Disposable Containers? Are you going to?