03 March 2013

ECO Lunchbox Review

I received an ECO Lunchbox oval to write a review about.  I decided to make a fun sea life themed bento for this lunchbox review post.

In the inner container is sea life pasta mixed with a little butter.  Then we have cucumber and carrot sticks, a couple green olives,  orange slices, and a hard boiled egg shaped like a fish.

The ECO Lunchbox in its packaging.

Items that come inside the box.

The ECO Lunchbox oval which holds 3 cups and a leak proof yogurt cup which can hold 3/4 cup.
The box has fun ECO Lunchbox  facts printed on the box.  They are printed to look like nutrition facts.
The ECO Lunchbox is made from stainless steel.  It is dishwasher safe and clearly not microwave friendly.  It is easy to open even for a four year old.  It holds plenty of food for my daughter.  The yogurt container is leak proof and the lid on this container is BPA free.  I give this lunchbox an A!  We love ours and will continue to use it for years to come due to its versatility and sturdiness.
*This review is based on my sole opinion and experience with my ECO Lunchbox oval.*
What I used to make this bento.
ECO Lunchbox oval and the yogurt cup.  ECOlunchboxes.com
Lettuce silicone cup.  Bento USA
Fish egg mold.  Tokyo Discount
Sailboat cupcake pick.  A cake shop
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  1. Cute lunch! I have this box and love it.

  2. What a great box! And such a delicious lunch inside :D Thanks for linking up to Meatless Monday!

  3. Thank you! I am loving my ECOlunchbox!

  4. Love this lunch! I have those boat picks, too...love the way you put them in the oranges. So clever!


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