Great School Lunch Ideas with @Momables {Review and Giveaway}

What is Momables?

It is a subscription to a weekly lunch plan that is jam packed full of healthy, creative and simple, child friendly lunch ideas. Each Friday, a new week is posted. As a paid subscriber, you log in, print it, go shopping and prepare the lunches.

We have a few favourite parts to the Momables subscription: the photos (if you love Pinterest, you'll love this too!), the user friendly shopping lists and of course, the lunch ideas!

This month, Momables subscribers even got offered the option to have a short phone conversation with Laura, the Chief Mom at Momables who can answer all of your lunch questions!

All of the lunches we have seen so far in this fun subscription service are simple with easy to find ingredients! And while I have only been subscribed for a month or so, according to their FAQ section, there is little if any repetition of recipes. This means that with a full year's subscription, you will receive unique meal ideas all year round!

How much does Momables cost?

The Momables website is also full of great tips and useful information for parents including recipes and more.

At the top of the Recipes section, you will see a link where you can sign up for a FREE WEEK trial subscription. I encourage you to try that out! Trust me, you'll love it.

If you're a Mom who strives to be organized, but needs a bit of help, especially when it comes to kids' lunches, Momables is definitely the place for you.

Prize: 3 month subscription to Momables
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Giveaway ends December 7, 2012
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  1. Make sure you pack something they like. I always make sure there are berries in my DD's bag.

  2. I alwasy try to give my LO a choice...I pick out healhty things in advance and give him a gives me a little comfort that at school he'll eat all his food!

  3. I always buy items in bulk and then pour into containers - like applesauce, yougurt, canned fruit etc. cheaper and portion controlled.

  4. Pack the night before at least.

  5. Teach them to learn to eat anything. Then it's easy to pack food for them.

    Narathip Wall
    polo_wataga at yahoo dot com

  6. Fruits and celery and peanut butter

  7. Thermoses are fantastic - hot tomato soup in the AM goes right in. Fast & kids love it.

  8. I homeschool my girls so no need to make school lunches. But in the winter I like to warm up soup of chili and put it in a thermos for hubby's lunch.

  9. If you want to pack a cold or frozen drink frozen, put a sock over it. The sock will absorb the moisture and prevent everything else from getting wet.


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