Mrs Tink’s something for every bunny Easter Giveaway

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For kids, Easter is filled with chocolates for breakfast, lunch and tea. My mind is constantly racing on how to get healthy food into my two to balance out all the sugar. These Easter holidays I’ve thought outside the box – or outside the lunchbox to be exact – and have a new friend that will be accompanying me everywhere, the ‘So Young Bunny Insulated Lunch Bag‘, a super cute environmentally friendly lunchbox that is not only completely adorbs but is a must-have for kids and busy Mummies on the run. Fully insulated, it’s ideal to pack full of healthy treats to take on the run, and with its eco lining it’s great for messy kids who spill things, i.e. both of my two! It features fab mesh pockets for storing bibs, napkins and spoons.

The one feature I love the most without a doubt is that this gorgeous lunch bag is machine washable and dishwasher safe making it easy to keep clean and ready for the next use. Such a clever idea that makes it easy to keep my little ones full of healthy, fresh food on the run.

The So Young Insulated Bunny Lunch Bag is available to purchase from Sustainababy

In the spirit of Easter the fabulous team at Sustainababy are giving one lucky reader the super cute So Young Insulated Bunny Lunch Bag. To enter simply share with us what you would fill your little ones lunch bag with? The judges will choose their favourite answer and announce a winner on the 28th of March at 10pm.

Good luck everybunny xx

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So Young-Aqua bunny lunchbox
Nothing makes a child feel more like a big kid than the first lunch box they can call their very own and the So Young Insulated Lunch Box with Aqua Bunny print is sure to please!
So Young lunch boxes are made of coated linen and have a clean, modern feel with a palette of retro-inspired designs to suit every taste. Wear it backpack or messenger style for hands free adventure outings! Dimensions: 25cm (length) x 17.5cm (width) x 8cm (height)

Features:
– PVC-free, phthalate-free, and lead safe
– Coated linen exterior with fully insulated lining.
– Detachable long strap for wearing as messenger bag or backpack
– Adjustable carrying handle allows lunch box to be secured to another bag or hung from a stroller.
– Extra back pocket for cutlery, napkins, or artwork.

19 thoughts on “Mrs Tink’s something for every bunny Easter Giveaway

  1. nikki cashion says:

    In my step sons lunch box he gets a milo bar , roll up , to lots of fruit one for in class for brain power and the other for lunch , for lunch he either wants a salad wrap or a tomato sandwich with pepper . were pretty lucky as he’s not a great junk food eater.

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  2. Jade says:

    We love tuna and hummus wraps in our family so that would be the first thing to go in there. We would also fill it with yummy fresh fruit and a delicious yoghurt.

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  3. Mamaliving says:

    Heaven forbid I pack yoghurt or honey sandwiches but what is a favourite is homemade spinich and cheese rolls and homemade mini pizza’s. Cut up apples WITHOUT the skin or the world comes to an end! Cheese and crackers but only seaweed crackers and only cheese that’s been cut into cubes cause it just wouldn’t taste the same any over way! Strawberries cut in half not quarters with the stems removed cause that’s the only way they can be eaten. If these food guidelines aren’t met..I get a hungry grumpy 4 year old to come home too! Lol #mumlife

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  4. sapshu says:

    My son loves his jam sandwich which i normally cut in heart /star /dinosaur shapes. Plus i will pack apple ,cheese ,yoghurt, crackers ,strawberries & grapes in the spacious So Young Insulated Lunch Box …..it will be like a buffet in lunchbox.

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  5. Natalie M says:

    I have no idea how but I had Greek kids. I had never eaten an olive in my life then suddenly I had a 2yr old boy with a Greek salad fetish. As he got older he got fussier… he now has to have his fetta and olives in one container and his tomato and cucumber in another.. Lucky for me his sister loves vegemite pop corn crackers or I’d be making till all hours. School rules here!! No Junk!! They have fruit daily, I send 1 lot and the school provides the other (donated by community great people) My middle boy draws me pictures of what he would like so I get to wait till I need to make it before finding out his lunch.

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  6. Leigh Isabeth says:

    My wee family is careful with our Diet, so mr 2’s lunch box is quite healthy.. It helps he doesn’t have a sweet tooth ๐Ÿ˜„ His staples in his lunch box are box of sultanas, a slice of ham in a mini wrap (doesn’t eat lettuce or cheese) rice cakes, raw carrot bites, and some popcorn

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  7. Sarah L says:

    My daughter goes through stages of hammering the same foods in her lunch bag, so it might have changed by next week but this week she would have tuna and rice with aioli (if I forget the aioli it won’t be eaten ๐Ÿ˜), some chopped grapes, chopped orange, a yoghurt pouch, a banana and an apple.
    Her lunch doesn’t normally fit in the one bag so we’d be happy to keep the banana and apple on the side ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  8. Anj K says:

    My two little ones love a variety but yesterdays lunch box looked like this:
    Avocado and Cucumber Homemade Sushi (kids helped to make)
    Pepita and Sunflower Seed Mini Muffin (was made a week ago and frozen for lunches)
    Carrot and Zucchini Spirals
    Peas and Corn
    Fruit Salad (grapes, raspberries, watermelon)
    A tub of Natural Yogurt
    Water Bottle
    This might sound like allot of food for little ones but they are very small serves of each in a bento style lunch box.
    I also make the same for myself each day ๐Ÿ™‚

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  9. Suzi Ware says:

    My little one just loves to pick and choose what she wants so I pack a buffet of toasted ham and cheese sandwiches, banana, apple, muesli bars, yogurt, cheese sticks and cookies.

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  10. teena towns says:

    My little one loves cooking.Luckily we have our own garden,and a few fruit trees too,that help nourish our whole family.We make our own pies ,quiches etc. My little one adores zucchini slice with ham!brilliant! I always add fresh fruit,a home made muffin,crackers,and plenty to drink.

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  11. Lucinda says:

    I would pack a sandwich, fruit, cheese or yoghurt & whatever else I could find in the fridge. My daughter would eat &/or swap the food & repack a banana peel or other scraps, some flowers, & maybe a new favourite pebble or feather!

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  12. Tanya Walsh says:

    l must admit l am the strict mum, not to many treats . my children normally have a multigrain mini wrap with a little salad and chicken or tuna , a piece of fruit or tub of fruit salad , a tub of yoghurt and a slice of muesli slice (home made) or a berry muffin. Always water never juice , l sometimes put in some sultanas or carrot sticks depending l what they want . l pack the lunches i the evening so the kids help with the preparation and packing

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  13. Kathryn C says:

    Such a gorgeous little lunch bag! Love how it is machine washable ๐Ÿ™‚ In my little ones lunch bag he would have Yummy fresh strawberries and grapes, a ham sandwich, pretzels and a freddo frog as a treat. My little mans favourites ๐Ÿ™‚

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  14. Rebecca Barta says:

    My daughter is 6 months old and only just beginning her journey onto solid foods, so I want to give her the best beginning possible. Bunny’s are our favourite animal (or as I joke, her ‘spirit’ animal), and we would love to fill this little lunchbox with neatly organised containers of cut up fresh fruit and vegetables. Health and Sustainability is important to our family, we are currently building our own vegie patches so I would love to offer her seasonal produce from our own garden for lunch!
    Her favourites at the moment are cherry tomatoes, natural yoghurt and sticks of cucumber!

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  15. Amy Bascomb says:

    Oh this adorable! It would be filled with fruit and veg, a smoothie or water to drink, and a homebaked sweet treat too ๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿฐ๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿฐ

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