Lunchbox Dad ECOLunchbox Giveaway!!!

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Hey Lunchbox Dad readers, enter now for our first ever giveaway contest! 

Earth Day is coming up on April 22 and ECOLunchboxes is partnering with us to give away one of their stainless steel oval lunchbox containers!  All you have to do is comment on this post or on our Facebook page under the giveaway post.  We want your ideas for an Earth Day lunch.  You can give us the whole lunch or just an element of the lunch (i.e. make a tree with pretzel sticks and broccoli).  Also post your idea to celebrate Earth Day.  Be Creative.

If I use your idea for the Monday lunch on Earth Day April 22, You will get the ECOLunchbox Oval!  If I use an idea that is posted more than once the first person that posted it will get the prize.

To see the ECOLunchbox Oval in action check out our Curious George Lunch HERE.

Deadline to enter is Friday, April 19 at 11:59 pm Pacific Time

23 comments:

  1. You should make a clean energy lunch. Have string cheese windmills in a field of grapes painted like watermelons. On a coast of rice pilaf next to an ocean of blueberries. Clean energy is the perfect way to promote Earth Day!

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    1. Please don't submit anonymously so if you win I can contact you!

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  2. I use a lot of dinner leftovers which isn't always exciting but certainly Earth friendly. I've used an arrow mini cookie cutter to do the reduce, reuse & recycle symbol. I like the idea of a land and sea lunch to show that we should care for both as we need both to survive! Love your blog!

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    1. Thanks for the ideas Sarah F, and for reading the blog. Check back on April 22 to see if you won!

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  3. I'd make a completely plant based meal. Nothing too fancy, just some basic things that come directly from the Earth. :-) Beans, nuts, fruits, veggies. Yum!

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  4. A grape tree, complete with stem and grapes!

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  5. You can't beat an organic fruit salad with local produce from the Farmer's Market and a side of homemade vegan coconut yogurt. This is my lunch almost every day. I love it so much. ^_^

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  6. A veggie burger loaded with sprouts and avocado!!!! AND, a lovely spinach salad with garnished with edible flowers!!

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  7. You could focus on people interacting with plants/animals (possibly endangered). For land - a tree reaching its roots into the ground, people beside the tree (maybe a giant redwood). For sea, a boat (people) above the ocean, marine life below. Or hands holding the earth (sandwich).

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  8. I would do a tree with trunk from bread and leaves from baby spinach or broccoli.

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  9. A veggie burger with a face made out of shrooms and carrots
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  10. I'm still working out my lunch for earth day...so I'm not sure...I think maybe I'd make a tortilla look like a globe...

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  11. Last year I cut the continents out of fruit leather and arranged them on top of a round sandwich, my kidlet liked that!

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  12. Does dessert count? How about "Dirt"?

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  13. Make an Earth using blue tinted rice in a circle. Then make the continents out of... lettuce or cheese painted green.

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    1. Congratulations! You are the winner of this giveaway. I will contact you by email to get your shipping address. Thanks for entering.

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  14. I want to see solar panels, or wind turbines :) I have no idea what foods to use but I have no doubt you will create something wonderful.

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  15. I'll keep it simple... how about a muffin cup filled w/ guac (like MOMables' new recipe she posted or something greenish) and then surround it with healthy snacks to dip into it, like crackers and various veggies?

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  16. How about a couple of panda onigri pieces, surrounded by some bamboo slices representing a bamboo forest (now is the time to get fresh bamboo, but u can also used canned), use more vegetables like carrots and use flower cookie cutters... and a blueberry yogurt cup with green cereal pieces like trix or froot loops resembling the planet... Can't wait to see what you make!!! [email protected]

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  17. I would make Earth-shaped and Tree-shaped Cookies. Sugar cookies that are made with natural ingredients, then frosted to look like our Earth and frosted light green (with natural dyes) to resemble trees. You could also do flower shapes, too.
    Thanks!
    Ross Olson
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  18. I would use blueberry jello molded into a circle. Then cut hands with kitchen shears, and use red grapes for the fingernails. The U.S. outline would be Swiss cheese(oops I guess I should have used American cheese! )Then a slice or orange for the sun.

    Mary Huggett

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  19. Contest is now closed, thanks for all your entries! Check back Monday to see if you won.

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