Eliminate Cabinet Clutter with Mr. Lid {Giveaway}

Hubby and I have been trying to watch what we eat lately. One of the downfalls of dieting for us is the temptation to eat out for lunch while we are away from home.  In an effort to resist the draw of headed to the nearest restaurant, my hubby has been taking his lunch with him to work everyday.  While we has been quite successful in his weight loss, the number of plastic containers we are washing on a weekly basis is out of control!

Nothing is more frustrating when trying to pack a lunch on a time crunch is missing the much needed lid.  Trying to navigate our container drawer can be incredibly frustrating as it never stays organized.  I have often wished that there was a way to make sure that the lids stay with their matching containers so I was thrilled when Mr. Lid sent me a few products to try.

Containers with attached lids that NEVER got lost?!? Yes, please!  Mr. Lid has a patented attached lid design with a SealSafe hinge to keep your food fresh.  The lid closes securely to create a seal and drop proof container (which is create for kids).  Mr. Lid containers are 100% made in America, BPA free and mircowave/dish washer safe.

We have been using the containers for the past two weeks to not only take lunch to work, but pack lunch for the kids and even store our new Guinea Pig’s food pellets.  I absolutely love that the lid is attached as it makes the morning rush so much easier.  When my hubby gets home, he simply pops his containers in the dishwasher and they will be ready for the next day with minimal effort.  I also love that the containers are stackable which saves so much space in our cabinet!

Right now, you can get a 20 piece set of Mr. Lid containers for just $19.95 plus shipping and handling (an $80 value!).  This would be the perfect holiday gift for any Mom or young professional leaving home. Check it out and save time searching for lids!

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This post is the opinion of the Experimental Mommy.  While I received a sample to facilitate this review, all opinions remain 100% mine.

Comments

  1. Kari Flores says:

    Everything! No more scouring the cabinet for a matching lid to a particular tuperware. Out with the old, In with the new.

  2. Lucy Schwartz says:

    I would pack leftovers, a salad to take along on an outing, cookies for the neighbor.

  3. I would pack my kids their grapes or my boyfriend his lunch in this everyday

  4. I would put leftovers in them

  5. Jennifer C says:

    I would use Mr Lid containers for leftovers.

  6. Aimee Fontenot says:

    I would pack things for my snacks and lunches at work like chips, grapes, pistachios, etc…of course separately.

  7. Desiree Dunbar says:

    I would use them for packing lunches and snacks and leftovers.

  8. Misses Giveaways says:

    leftover dinners and lunches

  9. i like the 48 oz deluxe container

  10. Lots of left overs or fruits and veggies for the kids. Alley loves plain lettuce.

  11. Gennie Lancaster says:

    I would put cut up fruits and veggies in them.

  12. I’d pack my work lunches.

  13. I would pack lunches for school and work.

  14. Leftovers!

  15. veggies!

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  16. Brittney House says:

    fruits and veggies for lunch

  17. Karl Wankowicz says:

    LEFTOVERS

  18. I would pack leftovers in Mr. Lid to take to work for lunch.

    Thanks for the chance!

  19. My husband’s supper for work.

  20. sandra davis says:

    leftovers

  21. Melanie Montgomery says:

    I’d pack my lunch for work

  22. Chrissy Nestor says:

    Snacks for my daughter for school!

    chrissylea1979 (at)gmail(dot) com

  23. Leftovers, snacks

  24. mary reynolds says:

    open pkgs of snacks, leftovers, travel snacks

    thanks for the sweeps

  25. amanda whitley says:

    id pack leftovers and my lunches i bring to work.

  26. Susan Smith says:

    I would pack leftovers in Mr. Lid to take to work for lunch

  27. Salads.

  28. Lunches!

  29. Carolyn Daley says:

    We would pack left overs, fruit, and sandwiches in the containers.

  30. Leslie L. Stanziani says:

    I would pack leftovers and lunch for my husband in them.

  31. Samantha Meyer says:

    my lunch for work, and leftovers

  32. Dorothy Deakyne says:

    leftovers

  33. I would pack lunches for my husband

  34. Vikki Billings says:

    I would cut up veggies and put them in there, I would pack sandwiches for my fiance’s lunch and maybe keep some m&M’s in one of them.

  35. kathy pease says:

    id pack salads and rice

  36. susan smoaks says:

    i would pack my lunch and hubby’s lunch in these!

  37. I would pack roasted vegetables for my lunch!

  38. JoeyfromSC says:

    I’d pack leftovers so I can take lunch with me to save money

    Thanks for the chance!!

    joeycanwin(at)gmail(dot)com

  39. Robert Pyszk says:

    i would pack salads

  40. Kellie Rose Wilson says:

    My homemade pasta salad!

  41. Leftovers

  42. Richard Hicks says:

    soups and leftovers

    brich22 at earthlink dot net

  43. Barbara Stenby says:

    ramen stirfry! Maybe some pie!

  44. snacks for my daughter and hubbys lunch

  45. Thanks for the giveaway… we would store washed & prepped vegetables for use in cooking !

  46. Cassandra M says:

    leftovers and the kids snacks

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