Lunchbox Ideas with PlanetBox Review & Giveaway

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If you have been following my Family and Kid lunchbox ideas, you can see that I LOVE our PlanetBox


PlanetBox is the smart lunchbox that guides you in packing a well-balanced meal quickly and easily.  


As you can see, there are several pre-proportioned compartments in the tray, that are the  perfect size for fruit, veggies, sandwich, and treats.

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This Rover set also comes with two small round containers that fit into the tray compartments, The Little Dipper (shown in the top right) and The Big Dipper (shown in the bottom left and right)  perfect for any sauce or food that might leak.


PlanetBox has many different sets you can purchase, that also include an insulated lunchbag, and personalized magnates for the PlanetBox. How fun is that?! 


I really can’t say enough good things about the PlanetBox lunchbox.  It will make your lunch-packing life easier…..PERIOD. 


Here are four PlanetBox  Lunchbox Ideas  that were all assembled  in about 10-15  minutes.  At the end of this post, make sure to enter to win your very own PlanetBox Rover set!



{ School Lunch } For this  Planetbox  lunch , there is celery, carrots and a small container of dip, hard boiled eggs, some lunch meat and crackers and fresh fruit.

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{ School Lunch } For this  Planetbox  lunch , there’s grapes, edamame, caramel corn, almond butter and jelly sushi and fruit leather.

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{School Lunch} This lunch contains pistachios, cheese cubes, fresh watermelon and pears, breakfast bar and a couple gummy treats.  

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{School Lunch} This lunch contains fresh raspberries, caramel corn, crackers and steamed edamame.  

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(Disclaimer: PlanetBox sent me a Rover lunch box to review. I was not otherwise compensated for writing this review. All opinions are of my own.)

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  1. One of my struggles is keeping their food warm until they eat it.

  2. One of my struggles is pre-planning meals

  3. keeping packed food at a safe temperature is a struggle

  4. My biggest struggle is getting my older boys to take their lunch. My 15 year old has Type 1 diabetes and the school lunch choices are NOT healthy. In order to get all the carbs he needs he has to eat a lot of the foods I would not feed them at home.

  5. I need better planning so I have everything I need to make those nice nutritional lunches you post.

  6. Thinking of different items to pack and not getting stuck in the same rut

  7. A struggle for me is finding me is finding new things. I feel like I pack the same foods all the time.

  8. My biggest struggle in packing lunches everyday is packing something for all 4 of my kids that is both enough food for their individual appetites and also something all 4 will eat. Plus trying to keep up a variety. They are all so different and although I would not call them “picky” they all have their own individual likes and dislikes. Considering packing for 4 is far harder when making 4 different things, I try to make one meal they will all like for lunch. That is my largest struggle.

    Also WE LOVE PLANET BOXES!!! And would love one. (Buying 4 is a small fortune!) THanks for the giveaway.

  9. My struggle is finding new ideas to satisfy my lunch-time cravings!

  10. Keeping food cold. My older son likes things like cheese and yogurt and I always worry about that not being the fridge.

  11. Maria Malaveci says:

    Finding something that they will eat is my struggle.

  12. It’s just tiring to make 3 lunches 5 days a week. One child only ever wants PB&J.

  13. These lunches look so appealing that even the pickets eater would enjoy them

  14. My biggest struggle is t make lunch different and fun! Variety is the spice of life! :)

  15. I feel like I run out of food for lunches 2 days after I go to the grocery store, and that they get the same things every day. My kids also eat WAY more than is usually pictured in pretty lunch box photos. :)

  16. I dislike the current lunchbox I have for my daughter. Due to her dairy allergy, I pack her lunch everyday. A new box would be GREAT!

  17. Finding a variety and keeping choices healthy is my biggest struggle.

  18. My biggest lunch packing struggle is ensuring the healthy food or new foods I pack are actually eaten by my kids. I lose heart when they are hungry after school because they didn’t eat enough at lunch time. Also, I have one child that wants the same items every day and another that needs variety.

  19. My biggest struggle is thinking on new things to pack that they will eat!

  20. Kathy Damron says:

    Finding variety that keeps their interest. My younger son is a very selective eater so presentation is important, as well as lots of selections to choose from so he won’t be hungry if he refuses something (or multiple foods).

  21. Gina Bloom says:

    Keeping enough food in the house! Four hungry boys!!!!

  22. Lori Myers says:

    These look awesome! One thing that I struggle with is meal planning and finding new foods for my picky eater for school lunches.

  23. Catheryne Garate says:

    I love all these little planet box lunches! I need to do more meal planning! :) Love your site!

  24. Love these lunchboxes! I struggle with creativity & meal planning.

  25. Ideas!! My daughter is a super picky eater I over pack in hopes there will be something she will eat. If she liked it today she will hate it tomorrow :(

  26. My stuggle is mainly with getting lunches packed the night before. I’m such a procrastinator.

  27. packing portion sizes

  28. This looks so great and it keeps the food separated so it doesn’t get smashed. I love your lunch ideas and this box looks great!

  29. Susan Bones says:

    I always have trouble packing easy lunches to-go that are both healthy and don’t require heating!

  30. I struggle with making the same lunches, all the time. I love those lunch boxes! Do they keep everything separated really well? My kids have their lunches in their back packs and they get thrown around.

  31. I have a son who takes medications that drastically affects his appetite. Anything we can do to encourage him to eat more is always good and this set with the magnets would be awesome.

  32. In general I do not struggle packing lunches. But if I have to mention a struggle it is finding a variety of healthy food one of my nephews is willing to eat.

  33. My biggest struggle is getting a balanced meal and descent containers to put it in.

  34. I struggle with providing variety day to day with the limited foods my daughter will eat.

  35. Variety, variety, variety! I am always trying to find new and creative ways to pack lunch for my son. Quick and easy to make; quick and easy to eat! His social time is priceless and he will forgo eating if the lunch is too “fussy”. Grab and go is most appealing to him…nutrition is my goal. Always a challenge to find the right balance. I love the design of the Planetbox lunchbox. It is attractive and offers a nice variety of snack-size compartments which are “cute and kid-friendly”. :-)

  36. i love your ideas. this lunchbox would be awesome for my little one. thanks for the giveaway!

  37. My biggest struggle is remembering to prepare items before I leave the house!

  38. What do I pack? One day he’ll love turkey, the next day, he won’t eat it!

  39. My biggest struggle is making time to actually pack a lunch. It doesn’t take much, but, ugh.

  40. my struggle is planning ahead

  41. I don’t have any struggles yet! My daughter is 2, and usually just snacks on one single food. However, It would be nice to have one of these when we our out hiking, climbing, or visiting family- so that she can have a well rounded meal already put together!

  42. I struggle with coming up with a variety of foods that he will actually eat.

  43. Keeping it fresh. I feel like I give my kids the same thing over and over.

  44. Ellen DeFrancesco says:

    I need to prepare lunch the night before. It makes my mornings so much easier but by the end of the night I’m too tired to do it.

  45. My biggest struggle is finding time to pack lunches ahead of time so I’m not throwing things in the box seconds before we run out the door.

  46. I often run out of room in our lunch containers! I don’t always have enough compartments for all the little treats!

  47. Leaky containers is my biggest struggle!

  48. My biggest struggle is making everything fit in one place!!

  49. My daughter has a planet box an my son is so jealous! I am tempted to use one for portion control too!

  50. Awesome ideas! I’m glad I happened onto your site!

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