Aug 202012

Rubbermaid Lunch Blox

Bringing lunch from home can be a big money saver, especially if you have more than one child in school or if you and your significant other work outside or the home. It is easy to be stuck in the same routine though, and then buying lunch or sending money to school with the kids become tempting. The new Rubbermaid Lunch Bloxes makes it easier to be creative and to switch things up a bit, because with side and snack containers, you can keep things separate.

We have the Rubbermaid Lunch Blox Sandwich Kit, which consists of a sandwich container, a 1.2 cup side container, 2 x 0.5 cup snack containers and a block of blue ice.

Rubbermaid Lunch Blox


The Rubbermaid Lunch Blox has been designed with minimal waste, as the small rectangled shaped containers fit together perfectly. The containers snap together, and the blue ice block snaps in place with the lunch bloxes as well.

Although our Rubbermaid Lunch Blox is a sandwich kit, it is also great for salads, and I love that I can keep dressings and yogurts separate from everything else until I need to combine it. This provides sogginess, and if you have a picky child, who likes to keep his or her food separate then it is an extra bonus.


Rubbermaid Lunch Blox


Why are the Rubbermaid Lunch Bloxes so great?

  • They stack together to save space in your cooler bag
  • They inspire creativity
  • They are BPA Free
  • They are dishwasher safe
  • They are freezer safe
  • They are microwave safe
  • They are durable


Buy The Rubbermaid Lunch Blox

You can buy the Rubbermaid Lunch Bloxes at your local grocery store or mass retailer such as Target or Walmart, and I have also spotted them at Walgreens. You can also find the Rubbermaid Lunch Blox – Sandwich Kit at You can also buy the Rubbermaid Lunch Bloxes at, and if you use the coupon code WOMANSDAY at checkout, you even get 40 percent off!

Disclaimer: My family received a complimentary Rubbermaid Lunch Blox Sandwich Kit sample for the purpose of writing a review, no monetary compensation was received. Any opinions expressed above are based solely on my experience with the Rubbermaid Lunch Blox products.

  4 Responses to “Rubbermaid Lunch Blox Review”

  1. I always pack the lunches right after I we eat dinner. I start with the leftovers from the dinner and I get creative. Let’s say we had tacos for dinner then all the fixings become a salad for lunch the next day, with some added cottage cheese and a hardboiled egg.. If we had chicken for dinner they get a few chicken strips and cheese and crackers. Ground beef becomes a buririto as does steak. Our children’s school will reheat this for them. So lunch can have some twist of what we had for dinner and yet I use the leftovers when I start packing. No leftovers then it is peanut butter and jelly or cheese and crackers with a hard boiled egg.

    • Jenna, I love the fact that your children’s school will heat up their food for them – that’s just awesome. Around here peanutbutter is basically banned from our schools due to allergies.

  2. I really like these containers. The shape is great and I like how they stack. I think I will get a set.

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