Rock the Lunchbox with Honest Kids – Giveaway

Honest Kids  rock the lunch Parents are faced with the daily daunting task of making lunches that provide healthier options their kids will actually eat.  Am I right? That’s why you have to make lunch fun and exciting and this year I am challenging myself to rock my kids lunch boxes in a whole new way. 

 Honest Kids is teaming up with some of our other favorite brands like Annie’s Homegrown, Organic Valley, Applegate and Rudi’s Organic Bakery in a fun campaign to make lunch fun again for parents and kids, called Rock the Lunchbox.  You can get creative ideas, submit your own lunchbox photos and ideas and even get coupons on the lunchbox products you already love.

Honest Kids  (1) Our girls don’t mind seeing Honest Kids in their lunchbox and because I know what’s in it I can feel good about them having juice with their lunches. To keep lunch fun this year I invested in several small cookie cutters. It’s amazing how something so simple can create such a fun and exciting meal.

We found some really good organic hummus and my kiddos love it when I cut their flatbread into shapes. It makes for perfect dipping and a fun meal. Fresh fruit and star cucumbers  topped off with a few Annie’s Cookie bunnies for fun!

Honest Kids lunch
It’s easy to make lunch fun and exciting and with Honest Kids I know I can feel good about what’s in their lunchboxes.

Are you ready to Rock the Lunchbox?

Honest Kids giveaway

We have one gift pack to give away. The package includes a bento box, carton of Honest Kids, and coupons from each of the brands. 

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  1. rebecca norton says

    I love Honest kids. Its the only fruit punch my kid can drink. they DONT add melon to it.

  2. Jamie W says

    I’ve been making my own lunchables for the kids, crackers and cheese, fruit and veggies, and yogurt instead of pudding.

  3. says

    I have always love turkey wraps where the turkey is the outside and everything else is wrapped inside like tomatoes, cucumbers, spinach leaves, swiss cheese,etc.

  4. Jessica H. says

    I like to pack less processed foods when I can. Like cheese cubes, cucumber slices, celery with nut butter, yogurt with fresh berries. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

  5. Jill Myrick says

    My sons favorite lunchbox foods are soup and a salad while my daughter prefers sandwiches such as turkey and mozzarella and fruits in her lunch box.


  6. Laurie Emerson says

    My daughter loves turkey and cheese with a snack of sliced apple, orange slice or grapes.