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Thursday, September 3, 2015

GIVEAWAY Meal Preppies Containers: Send Them Out With a Nutritious Meal Prepared By You - ends 9/20 US


With school here, it's time to think of our children's diets when it comes to school food.  I never had to worry about what my kids were get to eat all the way until they entered college as we homeschooled each one.  Yet college is different.  Once my kids started the university, all they found in the cafeteria was high priced food, a bunch of fast food shops, and vending machines full of candy.  Needless to say, since they were brought up with good nutritious food, they still wanted that, and brought their lunches to school with them.

Now that I only have one left in college, he is just like his older siblings, he takes his lunch and dinner to college with him.  His meals usually consist of a sandwiches, fruit, and some homemade cookies.  He has to be careful with his sandwiches as they my get squished in his big lunch box.  Isn't it dreadful to end up with squished food?


No more squished food!  Now I pack both his lunch and dinner into convenient containers from Meal Preppies.  No need for a bunch of zip-lock bags anymore.  The Meal Preppies Containers keep his food fresh and because they are so sturdy, no more squished food.


The Meal Preppies Containers is not only the perfect item to bring your food with you in, but will also help you with calorie control portions.  The three compartments, the larger one: 3 5/8"x 6 1/8", the two smaller ones are each: 4"x 2.75", will help you to take control of portion sizes and keep a person from packing way too much food for one meal.


As a rule of thumb, weight loss and weight maintenance is generally 80 percent diet and 20 percent exercise, so it's really important to eat healthy meals. However, most individuals are time deprived due to work, school, family, etc  which causes them to grab the quickest and most closest meal near them (which is usually unhealthy).  We, too, are guilty of this infraction at times, but try our best to always eat healthy.

Lid snaps on and stays on until you take it off.
At Meal Preppies, they believe that in order to eat well, one must prep well.   Order you set of 10 MEAL PREP CONTAINERS today so that you can deliver the best meals to a loved one! This set also includes a Reusable Plastic Smoothie Cup which is perfect for your daily Protein or Green Smoothie on the go.


They are great for your daily prep menus:

  • Save money due to less eating out
  • Portion control
  • Lower calorie intake
  • Convenience
  • Meal planning
  • Save time
  • Stack together to save room in the cupboard
  • Very durable and safe
  • Comes with a great insulated smoothie cup, lid, and straw


Full size of at container is 9 7/8"x 7 1/2"x 1 3/4"  The containers can fit in a lunch box, a purse, and refrigerators.  You can also prepare some meals in advance and stack them in the freezer.  These containers are microwave safe, freezer safe, and dishwasher safe.  They can withstand temperatures between 0° to 250° F.

Make Meals In Advance or a Bunch for a Picnic
Since my husband is a contractor, I now pack his lunches in a Meal Preppies Container as well.  It's perfect for him to take to work for his cold lunches.  I'll be giving a few of these to my son-in-law as well.  He always packs his own lunch for work and then zaps it in the microwave.  My family loves good healthy food from home!

At Meal Preppies, they believe in the idea of selling a healthy lifestyle whereas, most companies focus solely on selling a product. Their mission is to encourage individuals to Prep Well so they can Eat Well daily. In today’s society, most of us are very busy individuals. We are working, taking care of our children, older loved ones and eating healthy is usually the last thing on our minds. By preparing our meals in advance, we have a better chance of eating healthier!

Meal prep containers are perfect for individuals who have structured meal plans such as diabetic, cardiac and high cholesterol patients. They are also great for those who desire to lose weight through calorie and portion control.

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Your culinary side is waiting for you to create new nutritious different food varieties for your special someone!  With many thanks to Meal Preppers, one person is going win a 5-pack of Meal Preppers Containers with a Smoothie Cup so that you can whip up some fabulously nutritious meals for your loved ones.  This giveaway will ends on September 20, 2015, and is open to US residents 18+ only.




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Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

105 comments:

  1. I would pack left overs from dinner in them. We send leftovers for lunches

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  2. I would pack lemon pepper chicken with steamed bell peppers, onions and squash!!! Yummmm

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  3. brown rice, salmon and roasted asparagus :) Thats our favorite "leftover" meal that we love to take for lunch the next day!

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  4. I would pack grilled chicken and steamed broccoli

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  5. I would pack a healthy lunch for my preschooler. Chicken, grapes, carrot sticks and some string cheese. This would be perfect for her

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  6. I would pack leftovers in a Meal Preppies Container to send with a loved one off to work with.

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  7. I would pack lunches using leftovers, fruits, and veggies.
    Thank you!

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  8. I would send some leftovers with fresh fruit and vegetables.

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  9. I would use this to pack my hubby a good chicken stirfry with extra veggies for his 12 hour shifts! I would make a freeze so it's easier for him to grab and go!

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  10. I would pack for my 17 year old as she never wants to take anything but chips, candy and jerky. I bought her an expensive bento box but it's too small.

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  11. i would pack veggies, turkey sandwich, pringles, and if they fit some banana nut muffins.

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  12. I would pack a turkey wrap, some fruit and maybe chips.

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  13. I would pack a few slices of turkey, 2 hard boiled eggs and a few teaspoons of hummus.

    Love3570@aol.com

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  14. I would make grilled chicken, with broccoli and quinoa.

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  15. I would make homemade Cream Cheese Chicken Enchiladas with a Tropical Fruit Smoothie!

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  16. i would probably pack salads, or some white rice and japanese omelettes.

    danielle marie xdanimarie(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  17. I would pack a small wrap with some carrots and sliced cucumbers.

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  18. I would pack some lemon rosemary chicken with whole grain pasta and green beans.

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  19. Chicken would be my choice of a protein and then some grilled veggies, maybe zucchini and squash.

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  20. These would be perfect for my husbands leftovers. I could throw in some veggies or a side salad too.

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  21. This would make packing lunches so much easier.

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  22. I'd pack a tuna sandwich and some carrot sticks.

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  23. I would pack leftovers, like some pork chops, mashed potaoes and some corn. Would be great for lunches

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  24. I would like to do vegetables with different dips

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  25. I would pack some fruits and put the dip in one of the sections. Brittney House

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  26. A salad, dressing and fresh fruit.

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  27. Would use it for crème of corm, mashed potatoes and a lean meat

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  28. I would pack meals for my husband for work these are great little containers. Thanks for the chance

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  29. I WOULD PACK SOME SORT OF FRUIT AND VEGGIES AND TUNA SANDWICH OR GRILLED CHEESE

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  30. I would pack a salad in the large part dressing in a smaller compartment and some chopped fruit, nuts in the other

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  31. I would pack some left overs from the previous nights dinner and a small salad.

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  32. I would do some chicken breast, rice and cheesy broccoli!

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  33. I would pack a small cobb salad and some fruit.

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  34. I would make fruit salad .ham and cheese sandwich

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  35. I'd make a turkey and Munster cheese sandwich.

    Desiree Dunbar
    desireednbar@hotmail.com

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  36. I would pack vegetable stir fry and grilled teriyaki chicken for a healthy lunch.

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  37. A whole wheat turkey sandwich, with fresh fruit and vegetables.

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  38. Grilled chicken and some fruits and veggies!

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  39. I would pack a sandwich, fruit and some sliced veggies. Thank you for the chance.

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  40. I would pack more fruit and veggie in lunch.

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  41. This would make packing fruit and veggies easier. My husband is a fan of crock pot pork chop with rice and a veggie.

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  42. My husband loves Indian food, so I have become very good at preparing them. I would use these to pack the leftovers for him to take to work. I also have 2 kids in elementary school. This would be great for saving me from using endless plastic baggies to separate their main lunch (sandwiches, salads, pasta, etc.) from their sides of fruit, veggies, and/or yogurt or cheese.

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  43. It would be great for BBQ chicken mashed potatoes and gravy with corn.

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  44. I would make a body builders meal. Chicken, rice, steam vegetables.

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  45. I would salads, sandwiches, and fruits

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  46. I typically pack leftovers from dinner for lunch. These containers would be great though since right now I have to bring a bunch of separate little containers.

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  47. I would use these for lunches for my homeschooler. Pre-making lunches saves a lot of time and headaches. They would be perfect.

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  48. I would use these for healthy lunches and portion control as I am trying to eat healthier

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  49. I would love to pack my husband's lunches in these, I usually send leftovers with him. I love that they have separated compartments. I sometimes have to send him with two containers, so these would be very useful!

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  50. I would use these to prepare my own meals ahead of time & to send meals home with my youngest nephew. The cup would be great for my Mom. She has a similar one that needs to be replaced.

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  51. I have been trying to do meal prep on Sunday evenings, to help me stay on the diet during the week. Right now everything runs together, the compartments would be helpful!

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  52. Salad, meat, boiled eggs or leftovers from the night before.

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  53. Salad, meat, boiled eggs or leftovers from the night before.

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  54. I would pack lunch for my 5th grader granddaughter that would include her favorites: a turkey sandwich, carrot & celery sticks, grapes & mozzarella sticks.

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  55. I would pack leftovers and I would also use them to freeze meals.

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  56. Mine would be a tuna sandwich, fruit, hard boiled eggs. On other days, I would pack leftovers.

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  57. I'd pack chicken salad and some veggies for my husband's lunch, instead of him always eating fast food.

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  58. I would pack a wrap and some fruit and a dip!

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  59. Grilled chicken, sweet potatoes, and some celery.

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  60. Probably a spinach salad with chicken, some cheese and maybe some fruit

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  62. these are awesome. Iwould use them everyday.Put fresh fruit, salad, and cottage cheese.

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  63. I would pack a sandwich, fruits and veggies

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  64. I would pack leftover meat, veggies, and fruit.

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  65. I would pack pork tenderloin, rice, and candied cooked carrots.

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  66. These would be given to other family members to take and they would pack their own, but we keep fruit, sandwich cuts, finger eatable vegetables, etc. available all the time. There would be times when leftovers would be packed as well.

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  67. I love the compartments for fruit, veggies, dip, salad greens, and nuts! That would be great for work at the hospital.

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  68. Pineapple and blueberries!

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  69. One thing I often do is save a small portion of dinner for leftover lunch the next day. These d be perfect for that.
    Mary Beth Elderton

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  70. I would just do a peanut butter sandwich and apple slices for my daughter

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  71. These would be great for packing salads. The lettuce could go in the bigger section and the toppings / dressing could be stored in the others to keep the lettuce fresh.

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  72. Grilled chicken wrap , with pringles fat free chips & apple/grape mix.

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  73. My diet is very limited, due to multiple food allergies and gluten intolerance. These would help me so much since I have to cook almost everything I eat. I could always have something ready and wouldn't be sitting watching others eat when there is nothing safe for me. thanks

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  74. I would pack some apple slices, carrot sticks and a turkey sandwich. I would use this to take my lunch with me to work.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  75. I would pack vegetables and dip for my youngest son. Thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  76. I like to pack a variety of nutritious food for lunch like salads, cut veggies and dip, pepperoni, cheese and crackers, grilled chicken and pasta salad as well as fruit and water.

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  77. My husband always takes salads or leftovers for his lunch..so id pack that in these.....

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  78. I would send turkey with cheese and a side of carrots and grapes.

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  79. The first thing that I would pack would be an old-fashioned PB & J sandwich with nuts.

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  80. I would pack left overs from dinner

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  81. I would pack left overs if that's what they want or sandiwich and vegetables with dips

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  82. Leftovers from dinner so protein and veggies then prob add grapes as well.

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  83. I would pack a turkey sandwich and veggie sticks and hummus

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  84. I would do a sandwich crackers and fruit for my daughter for my husband leftovers and fresh fruit

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  85. I would do salads putting the tomatoes in one of the compartments so that they don't get the lettuce all wimpy.

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  86. I've got a variety of ideas for which I would pack in a Meal Preppies Container...On that topic I would love to use these for that of a child care facility.Oh, I cant forget that they would even be perfect for that of the upcoming holidays so guests can take leftovers with them or to send some to those that were unable to attend (for health reasons).It may not be much for some but I have relatives that have been through strokes, heart attacks, foot surgery, brain operation, broken bones and torn ACL.

    computertech2you@live.com

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  87. Peanut butter and jelly sandwich and an apple.

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  88. I would pack some pasta, chicken and some fruit

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  89. I make salads with turkey and dried cranberries for lunch.

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  90. I would pack leftovers in a Meal Preppies Container to send with a loved one off to work with. -

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  91. I would do a salad and put a hard boiled egg in one extra spot and some chicken breast in another. I am weird about my food touching each other before I eat it. This would be perfect.

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  92. My daughter has doesn't get breakfast at school anymore because she has to be there early to catch the bus to vo-tech. I would use these to pack her breakfast like eggs or pancakes, so all she needs to do is toss it in the microwave for a minute and have a hot meal.

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  93. I would pack my lemon garlic broccoli and cheese cubes.

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  94. Grilled chicken, salad and cucumbers.

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  95. pasta, soup, yogurt, and juice

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