Snapware: A Review and Giveaway
I also got this two-layer sandwich container. It fits two full-sized sandwiches or 8 quarters. This is a great tool. I love this for lunch preparation for my children’s schools. I find myself exhausted at the end of the day and don’t want to be making sandwiches at 9 p.m., so ever since this arrived I have been preparing them in the morning or early afternoon when I have a moment and storing them this way in my fridge. Later I will transfer the sandwiches to a lunch-box sized reusable container. (I’m not sending this to school with my kids because I don’t want it lost) This Snapware container saves me time and energy and, truth be told, I am more creative with yummy sandwiches when I’m not making them all bleary eyed in between twitter parties. Also great for picnics and for storing leftover sandwiches.
Snapware is freezer safe, dishwasher safe (top rack only) and microwave safe. It is BPA free and made in the United States.
One lucky reader gets a package just like the one I got. One egg-tainer and one two-layer sandwich caddy. Open to Canada and the US.
Mandatory you must visit http://www.snapware.com/ and register as a family member.
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1. Five extra entries if you blog about this giveaway.
2. Two if you tweet the giveaway . Idea: “I just entered to win Snapware on http://www.thriftymommastips.blogspot.com/ Open to Canada and US.”
Draw with random.org on Jan. 26th.
Sounds like a neat product. Wonder if the two layer sandwich container would work for Rich. If he could make 2 days worth of lunches at a time I might succeed in getting him out the door earlier in the morning. Also dreading making lunches for Rachel once school starts next September.
This sounds really good.. i could use the two layer container for sandwiches and fresh fruit.. talk about balanced meals!
I’ve never made devilled eggs because I couldn’t think of a good way to transport them to events. This would be a good way to do so!
I tweeted. (#1) 🙂 @canadiancindyb
I tweeted! (#2 entry) @canadiancindyb
I love the idea for transporting deviled eggs. I always make these for special occasions and have never had a way to easily transport them.
I tweeted. @lilhandprints (entry 1)
I tweeted. @lilhandprints (entry 2)
I am a registered member of the snapware family
thanks for the giveaway
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Thanks for entering. Julie wins the Snapware prize.
Thanks so much Paula 🙂 I really like their products
Have a great weekend