Yes, this is a "as seen on TV" product, I found my at Target, but they are incredibly useful for packing nutritious food portions. This is 48 piece set (49 if you count the spinning storage caddy, which is handy to keep things organized). The containers are 8 oz, 16 oz & 24 oz, (8 of each) and the lids fit all sizes.
These containers have made it to prepare lunch & snack items in advance, then I just grab on my way out the door during the week.
The 8 oz is great for packing 10 honeydew melon balls, a cup of cottage cheese or yogurt, etc. I use the 16 oz to pack coleslaw, etc. I don't take items that need to be heated in the microwave to work in these however.
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I like to use my Sundays to make meals for the rest of the week. I chop my veggies and put them in plastic storage bowls for my lunches. I cook one thing in the slow cooker to eat on all week. I portion it out for my meals so I never over eat it.
Plastic storage containers, slowcooker, and a meal plan.
You can never have too many single serving storage containers!
I hate measuring my food, so I bought a ton (okay, maybe not a ton...) of single serving storage containers. When I buy something like cottage cheese, I measure out the whole container into single servings and recycle the container.
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