This is a follow-up post to yesterday's introduction of this cute new elephant lunch box.
A couple more lunches we have enjoyed packing in this fun lunch box:
How is that for a plethora of "P" foods? How appropriate this was eaten by Paige. :)
- crepes (peanut butter & honey inside)
- fishie crackers
- dried snap peas
- cucumer slices and bell pepper pieces
This was the first time Tyler has had bell pepper, I think. He wasn't too sure if he liked it or not. He ate two of the 4 pieces. The dried snap peas however, he totally devours those things.
- cucumber & bell pepper pieces
- fishie crackers
- hummus on multigrain sandwich
- cheddar cheese, cut with cute animal mini cookie cutter
Second time Tyler had bell pepper. He took one bite of one piece. I'm backing off the the bell pepper for now and will try again in a few weeks.
In yesterday's post I mentioned I'd be back to show how the Boon Trunk Snack box fits in a variety of lunch box carry bags, and here is that rundown.
In a PlanetBox carry bag:
Fits perfectly. Not cramped or squished at all.
In a Go Green Lunch Box carry bag:
The Go Green lunch box is huge, so no surprise that it fits in here with room to spare. I can almost get that Thermos FunTainer drink bottle to fit in beside it. It's really squeezy with it smushed in, but can be done. It stresses the zipper a lot though, so it's not something I'm advocating.
The Boon Trunk Snack Box in a Goodbyn carry bag:
The elephant box fits fine inside the Goodbyn bag, but it takes some wiggling to get it past the zipper (which is the case for a lot of bento boxes we pack in this lunch box). Once you get past the tight-opening that the zipper causes it fits great inside.
The Trunk Snack box in an Olive Kids lunchbox:
It is a bit of a tight squeeze, but not difficult to fit the Boon Elephant Box in here. The Olive Kids lunchboxes are not big at all... really, just your average-sized normal lunchbox.
Zipped up in the Olive Kids lunch box:
It's a little tricky to zip it up in this one, but it's not hard. I don't think it is stressing the zipper too much.
And finally, the elephant lunchbox inside an EasyLunchboxes cooler carry bag:
It may not look like it, but it fits in here easily. It sits at a slight angle, but there is plenty of room to spare to add in a drink container or additional snack box and ice pack.
The elephant box, all zipped up:
Look at that. You'd never guess this EasyLunchbox bag was packing a pachyderm. ;)