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Thursday, August 1, 2013


Review: The Lunch Punch ( Critter Cutters and The Match & Munch set)

I was sent two sets of The Lunch Punch earlier in July to review. I receive the Critter Cutters and The Match & Munch sets. Last year, I wrote a review of the VRRRM and SWEET sets that can be found HERE.

The Lunch Punches are one of my favorite cutters. After using them for almost a year I find myself reaching out to them especially during busy and hectic days. They are so easy to use and add some cuteness to Nikolai's lunches. The best feature about these cutters is that they are designed to capture the most amount of bread to minimize waste.

The Match & Munch set includes 4 piece “corners” puzzle, 4 piece “sides” puzzle, 2 piece “inner and side” puzzle  and a 2 piece puzzle.

Here is a bento lunch made using the Match & Munch cutters.


In this bento lunch:
  • Main section: Puzzle shaped sandwiches of pumpernickel and wheat bread.
  • Upper left: Rainier cherries.
  • Upper right: Chobani Greek yogurt with a puzzle shaped fruit leather.
  • Lower right: Salad with ranch dressing in the small container. 
  • Far right edge: Spoon and fork. This lunch is packed in our Laptop Lunches.
 Here is a look at the complete Match & Munch set.


The adorable Critter Cutters set comes with 4 friendly animal shapes: mother and baby elephant, dog in dog house, butterfly and twin dolphins.
These cutters are BPA free, lead free, mercury free, phthalate free, kid friendly, dishwasher safe and fully recyclable.

And here is a bento lunch made using the dog in dog house cutter. 


In this bento lunch:
  • Main compartment: Dog in doghouse sandwich of pumpernickel and wheat bread (using Critter Cutter) with raisin eye.
  • Lower left: Sugar snap peas and ranch in little dipper.
  • Upper left: Bone shaped cheddar cheese.
  • Center and Upper right: Bone shaped watermelon pieces.This lunch is packed in our Planetbox Rover.
Here is a look at the complete Critter Cutters set.


Here are the supplies that I used to make and pack these lunches.


Disclosure: The Lunch Punch generously provided me with the items for review without cost to me. Other than receiving the items, I have not received any compensation to write this review.

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12 comments:

  1. These cutter sets are so cute. Great lunches!

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  2. Wonderful lunches and great review!!

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  3. I love the constrast of the bread and how the jigsaw fit perfectly. very cute!

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    1. Thank you Shirley and glad to know that you like the contrast of the bread!

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  4. Fantastic review, beautiful lunches!

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  5. Love both! I love lunch punch too, they save me a lot of wk in the early morning. I need to review my set soon. :)

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    1. Thanks Ming and I am happy to know that you love them too! :)

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  6. Looks awesome! I finally ordered one of the Match and Munch Lunch Punch sets after eyeing it for many months.

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    1. Thanks bentodays and I am sure you will enjoying using them! :)

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