Early on in our switch to real food, I made it my personal mission to switch from white flour to wheat flour. I even took on the additional work of soaking grains, like in my soaked whole wheat bread.
And you know what happened? My family retaliated.
I don’t remember his words exactly, but I’m pretty sure my husband said something like, “Wheat bread is too wheat-y. Can’t you just make homemade white bread instead?”
As of this post, I’ve packed over 1200 school lunches.
(Yes, I know you can teach your kids to pack their own school lunches, but I’m not ready to let this part of my job go just yet.)
I’ve packed for homeschool and traditional school, and I’ve even packed lunches for summer camps, hiking excursions, and 2500 mile road trips. I’ve packed for toddlers, elementary kids and adults (and have these 18 school lunch hacks to prove it!).
And I’ve tested A LOT of lunch boxes.
You work hard for your money, and there’s nothing worse than spending it on things you thought were great, but turned out otherwise. I’m sharing my experience today in what I consider to be the best school lunch box containers for a variety of age groups. The best part – they’re all affordable!