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u/LouisesRabbytEars · 7 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

It's really cool that your gf wants to start meal prepping, she definitely should give it a try! :)


Bear with me in case this turns into a 'novel'...


The first and maybe best piece of advice I can give is to take the whole mystique out of it. Meal prepping really is not some mysterious, ritualized, uncharted intimidating endeavor that you need to meticulously set up for. There's honestly not much more to it than cooking foods that you (1)enjoy and (2)will keep well for a few days in the fridge and/or freezer. As much as people hate to hear it, and there honestly is a debate over this, meal prepping can really be thought of as glorified leftovers. You cook a meal and eat it later on. To some people that qualifies as leftovers. To others, you might as well have cursed their sweet granny to burning hell for even daring to say that. Semantics.


You'll want to first decide your purpose for meal prepping.

  • Do you want to save money?
  • Do you want to eat healthier in general? Or do you have specific health needs or goals like counting macros or reducing sodium intake, etc.?
  • Do you want to merely save time and not have to think about what you'll be eating every day?
  • Do you want to just experiment and try new dishes you otherwise wouldn't have been interested in before?


    Get an idea of the purpose of your meal prepping. Then you'll get into equipment.

  • Plastic containers such as the ones pinned to the top of this subreddit are great if you want more containers and want to spend less. They're more lightweight than glass, and most of them are microwaveable. You'll want BPA free. Some may not last as long, and some don't hold up over multiple washings very well. But the better ones are good for pretty much anything you want to make. It sort of depends on if you have issues with plastics or not.
  • Glass (my own preference) is heavier and more pricey for the the number of containers you'll get in a set, but the better ones, such as these, can go in the microwave and in the oven, are dishwasher safe, freezer safe, and durable. They'll usually come with either 0, 1, or 2 dividers (making them 1 big compartment, 2 compartments, or 3) and, like the plastic ones, have snap-on lids. It's a personal preference, really.
  • There are rectangular, square and even round containers that will be available. It all depends on the meals you'll be making most often - baked chicken, wild rice and asparagus would suit well in a 2 or 3 compartment container. A teriyaki stir fry would work in anything, and even a round container, making it basically a teriyaki bowl.
  • You might want to get small plastic ramekins with leak-proof lids to hold condiments like sauces and dressings IF you think you'll be using them. It isn't a must-have, but can be a nice addition. Also smaller bowls to hold fresh fruit or nuts as a side dish come in pretty handy, but again, not totally necessary.
  • Amazon has a treasure-trove of good containers, and probably other places like the Container Store.
  • You'll amass containers as time goes on, and as you start to realize exactly what you needs are. Start with a few basics to get going.


    Yummy, now the food part:

    As far as meal prep recipes, your limit is Google. Literally Google and Pinterest and anywhere else you can find a recipe, so basically the sky is the limit. Many dishes can be made into a meal prep - the recipe does not have to be "meal prep specific". Spaghetti and meat sauce can be a meal prep (my husband had that last week). Casseroles, meat dishes, slow cooker meals like stroganoff or pot roast, pasta dishes, Asian food dishes, fish...too many to name, as long as it will keep well for a few days and reheat well. Again, your purpose for meal prepping comes into play big time here:

  • If you're prepping solely for budget purposes, then a blackened miso cod dish with truffles isn't gonna cut it. You'll want to look for good sales on ingredients at the store, search online for delicious meals you can make on a budget, etc. Many 'mom' blogs are excellent sources for this as they'll show how to make great dishes to feed a large family (for meal prepping, the "large family" is you, but over the course of a few days!). Many time-saving meal preps will be found within budget-friendly recipe sources as well.
  • For healthy prepping, look for substitutes of familiar favorites. Spaghetti squash and zucchini can be shred into noodles that beautifully mimic pasta noodles, cutting a significant amount of carbs. Turkey sausage or meatless options can sub for pork. Big portobello mushrooms can make excellent substitutes for ground meat patties in a meatless burger. Learn which veggies are sources of which vitamins and minerals you want to add to your diet. There are more health-conscious meal and recipe sites than there are grains of sand on Earth, so it should be super easy to find what you're looking for. If you're into macros, again, many many sources for that information to get you started.
  • If health and budget don't concern you as much, and your cooking options are pretty broad, then you have literally A TON of recipe options. As with any other recipes for meal prep, what you want are foods that you'll enjoy. The more you like the food, the less you'll mind eating it for 3, 4, 5 days, and you'll look more forward to actually cooking the food and discovering new dishes and techniques. Make it fun. Restaurant and fast food copycat recipes can be excellent for this IF the dishes hold up well to being refrigerated or frozen for several days. You can search online for advice on certain foods, but a lot of it is trial and error, honestly. Carino's restaurant has this Garlic Jalapeno Tilapia dish that I absolutely adore, but how often do we actually ever go there to eat it? Occasionally in the distant past, never now. So several years ago I found a perfect -- I mean PERFECT copycat recipe. Better than the original. I decided a few months ago to give it a shot for meal prep. Hah. It wasn't terrible, the taste was still really good, but the reheating wasn't problem free, and it wasn't great after 4 days. Would I do it again? Yes, but ONLY as a 2-day meal prep. Trial and error.
  • Don't depend solely on r/MealPrepSunday for recipe inspiration. I cannot stress this enough. There is a WORLD of fantastic food ideas out there, and it honestly doesn't take that much searching. There are many cookbooks as well, and the more you search, the more you'll find exciting new possibilities. Try to have some ideas in mind as to what you want to eat, and then find it.
u/motodoto · 5 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Cheap tips...

Rice Cooker, Slow cooker, Food Processor, Blender.

Zojirushi Rice Cookers are consistent and long lasting - I had one of these for 12 years, and it always got the job done right. When I moved in with my wife, she had a rice cooker that was old, but still worked (another Zojirushi). We recently splurged and got a really high end one. It's AMAZING, 10-15 minute perfectly cooked rice.

Cuckoo CRP-HV0667F IH Pressure Rice Cooker - For reference.


Get the simplest cheapest crock-pot - Less things to go wrong when it's as simple as this.

Get a cheap food processor

Get a decent blender - Don't go too cheap on blenders, you really get what you pay for in a quality blender. Blenders and mixers are the two things KitchenAid does best.

Now... The reason why I said get cheap stuff? Because you said you know nothing about cooking, and you might destroy a nice piece of equipment in your ignorance. It's bound to happen. Since you are going to be living on your own, if family gives you free stuff, don't feel bad about getting rid of it if the equipment sucks. They didn't want it anyways. Good tools? And you'll do a good job.

Watch this for other equipment... - Gordon Ramsay may be a celebrity, but his kitchen knowledge is definitely high-end.

Personally don't skimp on the saucepans, frying pan, and the knife (honestly for 99% of jobs you just want a really good chef's knife, other than a pairing knife can do most everything). They will make your life easier if you have quality equipment. I disagree with him about the cutting board for 2 reasons (10 years in restaurants in the past here)... One, you are a beginner and might ruin a wood board. Two, wood boards can accumulate bacteria from meats if not taken care of properly. I advise this one...

OXO Grips Utility Cutting Board - Great video showing you some good techniques in cooking. - Another video along the same vein, great techniques for cooking.

As others have said Budgetbytes is great.

Raw beans and raw rice are always going to be significantly cheaper than buying pre-made/pre-cooked. Use a slow cooker to cook beans overnight. Use google for a recipe.

Chicken skin-on, bone-in is always going to be significantly cheaper than not. Breast is usually drier/tougher but lower calorie per oz. Thighs are juicier/softer, but higher calorie per oz. Remove the skin if you want to be more calorie efficient. Keep the skin on for flavor. Personally? I always leave skin on, remove the bone (but use it for cooking to extract the flavors), and I always use a chicken thigh. Personal preference. A cool tip is to remove the skin, coat in olive oil, and fry by itself. Try that out, see if you like it. Fry till like crispy bacon. If you don't use the skin in cooking, you can use it like this as a snack later.

Seasoning things is really important. Don't over-season, less is more. Because you can always add more seasoning later. When I make chicken, I always put a pinch of salt on each side, grind some pepper (use a pepper grinder, it's always superior to that pre-ground pepper crap), slap that into it. Olive oil, don't skimp out on this either. Get stuff actually from Italy, larger bottles are usually a better deal. Chicken with salt, pepper, olive oil is simple and tasty.

Get some kinda meal prep containers... - These should work great. I like having a separation point in the container.

Some simple recipes I like... - Anything here. - Again, using the search function at budgetbytes is huge.

One thing that helps is to develop your palate. If you will be doing okay for money, the occasional outing to a restaurant to try something new can be really beneficial. When you eat food out, imagine what possible technique they could have used to achieve a certain texture or taste.

I'm just rambling, but hopefully this will help a little.

u/Reiterated · 3 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Hey there! I've been meal prepping for quite a while, and this sub has been great for helping me get ideas. I can't take all the credit for any of these recipes, but I did make them into things that I like. I do freeze the food in the black containers, and take one out and thaw in the fridge the day prior. This prep was for 10 total chicken thighs, cauliflower mash for 10 containers, and then mixed vegetables. The salads I keep in the fridge. Containers are the Fit Packer containers, which I purchased from Amazon. I am actively trying to lose weight (12 pounds gone!) and meal prepping has really helped me stick with my goals. Because of this, I included the calorie information from MFP for those of you who would like that.

Roasted Chicken

10 5oz(ish) chicken thighs (these have bones/skin)

Rosemary (like 4-5 sprigs)

Lemon Juice (about a quarter cup)

Preheat your oven to 400 Fahrenheit and take your chicken out of the package.

In a large bowl, put a quarter of the lemon juice at the bottom with one sprig of rosemary

Layer in your chicken thighs, making sure each has some lemon juice, and rosemary sprigs.

Allow to marinate for about 20 minutes, or until the oven is preheated (You can also marinate overnight, the lemon is VERY strong when you do this though.)

Bake for 45-60 minutes depending on your oven (Side note for this, I like to use those aluminum disposable pans for this from the dollar store. They're $1 for two and the acidity of the lemon killed my metal pan...)

Let cool for about 10 minutes before putting into meal prep containers.

Cauliflower Mash
I got this recipe from, and followed it pretty much exactly. I doubled it, then divided it by 10 so each container has about 100 grams of the mash. (MFP says that each serving is 110-ish calories for 8 servings. I kept this calorie count even though I divided it by 10 to account for any mistakes in counting.)

I do buy frozen, steam-in-bag veggies. These are super cheap and easy to prep, and I haven't had any issues with cooking them and then re-freezing them and having them be mushy or gross at all.

Nutrition Info

With the Green Beans:

  • Calories - 353

  • Protein - 34.5g

  • Carbs - 24.2g

  • Fat - 14.9g

    With the Mixed Veggies:

  • Calories - 363

  • Protein - 34.5g

  • Carbs - 25.2g

  • Fat - 14.9g

    Mason Jar Salads
    This is not my idea at all, and you can totally put whatever veggies you want in this. The idea here is to layer your dressing, then hearty veggies, then less hearty veggies, then lettuce at the top. This particular week I didn't do dressing at the bottom (I like to choose my dressing in the morning before work) Here's what I did!

  • Tomatos (Sunbursts) - 148g

  • Mushrooms (sliced) - 60g

  • Chick Peas - 85g

  • Lettuce - fill the rest of the jar (it's about 85g)

    Nutrition Info

  • Calories - 190

  • Protein - 12g

  • Carbs - 37g

  • Fat - 1g


    In the pictures I have some veggies and hummus. My trick with these is to cut them up and pre package them, just like with the food. Each plastic bag is about 1/2 a red pepper, and I write the total in grams on the bag to make it easy to track. They range from 85-100g per bag. The celery ends up being pretty consistent at 115-120. The hummus I do pre-portion, and that is exactly 28g, or one serving at 60 calories.

    I didn't picture it here, but I also do this with snacks I buy (veggie sticks, mini rice cakes, etc). I find it easy to grab things in the morning this way when everything is prepackaged, but then I don't have to pay for individual packages at the grocery store.

    All in all, this is a fair amount of work (probably 2 hours.) I do this about once every other week. For breakfasts I either do plain rice cakes with peanut butter, or cereal depending on my work schedule. Dinner I usually leave open, but I keep large quantities of salmon and meatballs in the freezer to make easy meals.

    If you have any questions, let me know!
u/woofie11 · 3 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I've used glass containers for microwaving eggs, but never for meal prep. The only thing that is holding me back is the weight, storage, and price. I need about 10 containers, so that will set me back around $100 or so. Glass is awesome though, super easy to clean. I just need something around 28 ounces to hold meals, that's it.

These look nice. Kind of spendy, though. I use this brand's plastic containers and they work nice. I bet that these are a great choice for a meal prep container.

These look sort of promising, cost-wise at least. I just wonder how good the seal is. According to Amazon reviews, it's not the best.

u/MotherofSalsa · 3 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Do not buy these containers. They're fine for a few weeks and washings but they crack and shatter super easily. I'll never buy them again.

I also own these and these hard ones. The single compartment ones I've ordered over and over (they're plastic, they start to show wear and tear and break down after a while. Also I just like fresh containers lol. I buy new ones evey 3 months or so) because they're so great. Never had one break on me and they're a great size. The hard plastic ones are also amazing. The Plastic is thick and not flimsy at all. They're smaller but I've had no problems with them either.

I just bought a Jaxx FitPack luchbox yesterday on Amazon. It comes with it's own containers and ice pack. A coworker has one and I've messed around with her containers to see what they're like and they seem pretty sturdy too IMO. It'll be here tomorrow so if you're interested I can update you on them when I actually have them in my hands.

u/inkyysquid · 135 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Total cost was almost exactly 100 dollars, so 25 per person - that includes the lunches here as well as enough leftovers for everyone's dinners and snacks - this week we filled half cup containers with grapes, chopped carrots, chopped celery, and also got some pita for extra hummus from the wraps, chips and salsa, and like 20 cups of yogurt!! We also got a few apples and bananas to eat for breakfast.

From left to right:

  • Paninis with teriyaki sweet potatoes

  • Pasta w/ lemon, herbs, and shaved Parmesan and green beans

  • Wrap bowls (these can be constructed into wrap form in advance but we always make them the morning of w/ some red pepper hummus, it's super good) with strawberries

  • Taco bowls (same idea as the wraps but with salsa instead of hummus) with roasted corn

  • "Take-out" style noodles w/ chicken with cucumber salad with ginger/garlic/soy sauce

    A quick note that applies to both pasta recipes is double the sauce! For the take-out noodles we took only four servings (like half) of the cooked pasta and mixed it with the doubled sauce and it was still only just enough.

    One of our roommates is a vegetarian, so we try to make meat and vegetarian protein options for all the dishes - this made great vegetarian meatballs but you can also just cook the mix and throw it into wraps/onto sandwiches or salads. We also have tofu "chorizo" as the alternative for the taco bowls.

    These are our containers! They're microwave and dishwasher safe, but not totally leakproof (they're fine for brothy/saucey stuff but I wouldn't put soup in them).

    We use a mix of these and a cheap bulk pack we got at Fiesta for leftovers. The rubbermaids are expensive but they don't stain and are actually leakproof which is nice!! We also have three of those lunchblox sandwich kits and we use the half cup containers that come with those to portion out snacks in advance (fruits and cut veggies mostly).
u/xoPurple · 4 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I live in Canada, and personally found it difficult to find decent containers (still on the hunt) that are not overly expensive since I need to buy at least 10.

I currently use a mix of these plastic containers which probably wont last as long as the glass containers from ikea. They seem like they are good enough thus far lasting through microwaves and dishwashers. IMO, they are a pretty decent size - at least for my needs... for my basic meal prep it fit 1 cup cooked rice, 112g of chicken breast and a bunch of broccoli.

If I was American I'd probably go for these containers

I'm not a pro at this as I just started MPS recently, but I've learned it's best to get containers that are freezer/microwave/dishwasher safe, BPA free. Hopefully others can chime in with their experience!

Finally, I get my inspo from:

u/gatorade2008 · 3 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Very true, I'm going to link some of my equipment that I love feel free to ask questions. The pre cut bags are amazing because my portion size is consistent due to the constant container size that is/was the real game changer

FoodSaver B016C4KK20 Vacuum Sealer GM2050-000 GameSaver Outdoorsman Sealing System, kkkk Black

Enther Meal Prep Containers [20...

Enther Meal Prep Containers [20...

100 Gallon Vacuum Sealer Storage Bags for Food Saver, Seal a Meal Vac Sealers, 11" x 16" Size, BPA Free, Heavy Duty Commercial Grade, Sous Vide Vaccume Safe, Universal Design Pre-Cut Bag Avid Armor

u/calamazoowho · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Yes they are reusable! I find sticking them in the dishwasher after use works best to clean them. Amazon has lots of options. I bought these ones: [10 Pack]3 Compartment Meal Prep Food Storage Containers with Lids/BPA Free Bento Lunch Boxes/Divided Portion Control Container Plates-Microwave, Dishwasher Safe, Free Cutlery

u/seller9612 · 6 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Been meal prepping and lurking here for a while! My employer provides free breakfast Mondays and free lunch Fridays, so here's a week's worth of work containers for me:

Breakfast: Chickpea and avocado smash (work provides free bread for toasting), idea from /r/GifRecipes

Lunch: Whole-wheat spaghetti, pasta sauce, Tofurkey veggie kielbasa, sauteed herbed garlicky chickpeas. Also got the idea for the chickpeas from /r/GifRecipes
(470 calories, 15 g fat, 63 g carbs, 29 g protein. I should be watching my carbs, but I love them)

Snack: 1 lb strawberries

Cat tax

I got the large containers from Amazon and the smaller ones from a Korean grocery store! They're great for little snacks and sides.

edit: added GifRecipe and container links

u/lkantra · 53 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

On Amazon! here! They're super great. Have used them pretty much every week for a year - dishwasher safe, microwave safe, and they don't leak.

u/ChubbsMcLubbs · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

These have been my go to for the past year and I cant go to anything else. Perfect size, freezeable, the lid is super secure, and they stack perfectly. Highly recommended. (Note: for all the packs they include an extra container for free so its actually a 17 pack)

u/iaintjewish · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Thanks! I got them on Amazon, they're not the greatest quality but they do the job. I figure if I get into meal prepping enough, I might buy some better ones. But these are super cheap and work pretty well!

u/cupofkate · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Freshware Meal Prep Containers [15 Pack] 3 Compartment with Lids, Food Containers, Lunch Box | BPA Free | Stackable | Bento Box, Microwave/Dishwasher/Freezer Safe, Portion Control, 21 day fix (32 oz)

I’ve had them since January and they’re pretty durable! They’re dishwasher and microwave safe. I usually carry a backpack or shoulder bag and they fit great!

u/GhazaliGTE · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Thank you! All there is to it is to do it! I only have my dinner plate left after my workout tonight, everything has been going well! These containers are holding up great, but of course this is the first use. They held up in the microwave and I don't see any deformations. The lids clip on tightly and securely! They stack very well with the little ridges they have on them, I don't want to speak prematurely but I think I recommend them haha here's the link again:

u/kikocat · 7 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I got these . It’s only my first time using them, but so far it seems like they seal pretty well and they have a lot of good reviews so I’m hoping they’ll transport well!

u/manette_spam · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Glass glass glass! They don't spill and don't end up staining, getting stinky, and therefore can be used for years if treated well. Also, with their plastic lids removed, they are completely safe for reheating in the microwave. Depending on your needs, amazon has loads of options, but a rectangular container that holds about 28oz is a good start; MealPrep makes some solid ones that aren't too pricy on Amazon. I've found that, while having multiple different sizes can be nice, I keep going back to these: mealprep

Edit: Cons are that they're heavy, can break if you're determined enough, and the latches on the lids may break.

u/omnigasm · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Sure thing! I love these and since my go-to dishes don't usually need to he divided it's perfect for me. I lost a bunch of lids in a move and asked the seller if they could sell me just the lids. They said they couldn't, so instead they sent me an entire new set for free! So highly recommend that type of customer service!

u/bansheeofbedlam · 7 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Those baggies will get expensive! If you want to do this for the long run, invest in some glass tupperware from Amazon. I've been really happy with these, but they also make one with more compartments. Mine don't collect smells and they've carried some pretty stinky stuff.

Also might want to pack the tzatziki separately. Not sure if it will make your salad soggy. Great start though! Hope it works out for you.

u/meandrunkR2D2 · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Yes they are and the link is below.
I do believe that a person could find similar or better ones for much less through a restaurant supply store as they seem to be fairly similar to the take home boxes. But these are a good quality and clean very well and have held up to my meals and reheating the past month.

Healthy Meal Prep Containers - Certified BPA-free - Reusable, Washable, Microwavable Food Containers with Lids (7 Pack, 28 Ounce) with Meal Prepping Ebook

u/where_are_your_shoes · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Here's an amazon link to a 7 pack with lots of good reviews! Not sure if this is what you're looking for exactly, but one compartment should be good for salads. It claims to be microwave, freezer, and dishwasher safe, though I haven't got them yet to try out myself. Hope this helps!

u/Primathon · 3 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

What do I call it? I dunno :) good luck in the kitchen, though.

The containers are 28oz, they're made by a company called Fitpacker, and they're only ~$20 for 16 of em. They make all sorts of sizes. Check it out.

Is it a lot of food for a meal? Yes. Eating one of these in a single sitting will definitely leave you full. But that's by intention...

u/UrBroFromAnodaHoe · 3 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I use these and they work perfectly, haven't had any issues what so ever I do hand wash them rather than toss them in the dishwasher I'm sure they'd be fine but better to be safe than sorry.

u/Mthecrouton · 7 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

5-6 meals is a whole lot. What I might do is pick a protein like chicken and vary the spices to make different kinds of chicken. Like maybe greek chicken then chicken fajitas, then chicken marinated in hot wing sauce, chicken in a mustard marinade. That to me might be easier then mixing up proteins. Thats me however. You might also try cooking a few nights a week different dishes and make a lot then freeze left overs. I've done that before, that gives me some variety for dinner and lunch without doing all the cooking in one day. Its failed me before though because I'll get home and be like nah I don't feel like cooking then eating all my lunch leftovers for dinner. As for the veggies, they make different frozen mixes so that would be easy to mix up. Green beans, or broccoli and cauliflower, or just broccoli, squash and zucchini. Me personally I don't add extra carbs like rice unless it goes with meal because honestly I don't like rice that much. l find I can hit my carb content with fruits and vegetables alone and maybe some oatmeal. Unless rice goes with the dish then I'll eat it. But it would be easy enough to cook a bunch of rice and divvy it up. You might also try a crock pot to make one type of meal in it while you make others on the stove. I think your over reaching with 5-6, I'd try 3. If you alternate them its really not bad.

As for how long they last frozen, a long time. In the fridge, a few days. Containers, take your pick, some people like these:

my brother uses the rubbermaid containers with the heavy duty plastic, I like to use pyrex rectangle glass ones because I think they are easier to clean but thats me and Pyrex is way more expensive.

u/WeAreTheMassacre · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Pretty sure its Prep Naturals.

They dont stack with the lids off really, and if they do it's so minimal that I wouldnt feel secure with them since its heavy glass. With the lids on they stack okay, but definitely not "nesting" like you see from nearly every big brand of Tupperware. I have the one compartment and two compartment versions, and they're great if you have the space. I've never really seen nesting versions.

u/PM_ME_BrusselSprouts · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

All I can say is I bought these:

(32 Oz. 2 Compartment Meal Prep Containers Durable BPA Free Plastic Reusable Food Storage Container Microwave & Dishwasher Safe w/ Airtight Lid For Portion Control & Bento Box Lunch Box)

I have been using them successfully and they are pretty good, but they are not leak-proof. Even brand new they weren't so "airtight" that dressing didn't leak out of them if they were accidentally turned on their side. I portion my dressing into once cups but a few times something like Thai sauce has leaked through onto my paper lunch bag. So I would be weary of that.

Also the compartment isn't quite big enough. I like it for chicken/rice since I don't eat a lot of that, but for something like a sandwich with normal bread or pizza (I meal prep for BF who eats a lot more than me) it's juuuuuuuust too small. I kind of wish we would have gotten one without a divider. But I know some people wouldn't have a problem, and the divider does come in handy when I want to separate a small side from a small meal. Just my 2 cents.

If we had more space I would get a set of ten non-compartmentalized containers for occasionally having bigger servings.

Overall I would give them a 4/5 stars.

u/Quesa-dilla · 5 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

If your just doing sandwiches then I'd head over to a Target/KMart/Walmart store and pick up a few containers that will fit your sandwich, like this example. Mostly because sandwiches don't really stand up well to being prepped multiple days in advance. So you're really just looking for something to ensure it doesn't get smushed.

If you're looking for a step up, you might try something like this or a compartment style like this.

If you really get into it, I'd maybe go buy some higher quality Tupperware designed for freezer->fridge->microwave or even freezer->microwave, that's all dishwasher safe.

u/davedawg2000 · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Yep! Microwave all the way.

I get mine from Amazon -- in addition to being microwave-safe, they are also dishwasher safe, very durable, and delightfully stackable :)

u/MacBreeeezy · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Yep! Got them off of amazon:

They’re spendy but worth it. I never had too many problems with plastic ones but these are more robust and easier to clean.

u/Syuk_Dat_Deke · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

I don't take my meals outside of the house either, but I think it's worth it for a few reasons.

You cook once instead of multiple times a day, and you know the calories for that meal.

I have my whole meal in one container. Next week I think I'm going to make burrito bowls so I'll put lettuce and tomatoes in a baggie to mix in after it's heated.

I'd say either a combo of both or go with the non compartment ones. I bought these and they're pretty good.

u/perfectpencil · 6 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I know this sub gushes over the cheap-o plastic ones, but I recently switched to the glass kind and OH MY GOD it is heavenly. Its the cadillac of meal prep. Once you go glass you never go back.

u/IFORGOTMYLOGINTWICE · 53 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I have what would appear to be the same containers. I guy them on Amazon. They work well but you should use plastic cutlery with them because metal knives will score them.

They are microwave and dishwasher safe.

Enther Meal Prep Containers [20 Pack] 3 Compartment with Lids, Food Storage Bento Box | BPA Free | Stackable | Reusable Lunch Boxes, Microwave/Dishwasher/Freezer Safe,Portion Control (36 oz)

u/PMmeyourcrochet · 3 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I use these.

[20 Pack] 3 Compartment Meal Prep Containers BPA Free Portion Control Bento Boxes (39 Oz.)

I have two different kinds by the same manufacturer. The other one I purchased has two compartments instead of three. When I received them one of the 20 boxes was broken beyond use, and Amazon was super quick in refunding me like 15% of my purchase (was around 3 dollars if I remember right, I did buy them on sale on cyber monday). They have held up very well for me and there is more than enough boxes (I am prepping for two). Had them over a month now and use them everyday. They do just fine in the microwave and have had no breakage past the shipping damage I had mentioned. Bonus: they are on sale right now!

Also, I do not own a dishwasher so I hand wash everything. I can't comment on how they hold up against a dishwasher.

Edit: typo and wanted to add that I do not ever microwave the lids, just the actual containers.

u/yesnis · 8 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

These were definitely pricey—quite a splurge—but loving that I get both glass and divided spaces!

2-Compartment Glass Meal Prep Container Set with Snap Locking Lid, BPA-Free, Airtight, Leakproof, Microwave, Oven, Freezer, Dishwasher Safe (40 Oz, Rectangle)

u/zelmarvalarion · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Myself and a couple other people use the 750ml glass rectangular Pyrex containers. I think I got mine for $2 each from Marshall's, which is good for glass containers.

I think the Lift containers (e.g. are pretty popular, and I think I've heard that Costco has them even cheaper than Amazon if you have a membership (I haven't checked myself though)

u/rosebatteredgirl · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

[10 Pack]3 Compartment Meal Prep Food Storage Containers with Lids/BPA Free Bento Lunch Boxes/Divided Portion Control Container Plates-Microwave, Dishwasher Safe, Free Cutlery

I just ordered these off Amazon today. Not sure how well they work yet, but I'll check back this week to let you know! 😁

u/nodig · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

So I can't speak for everyone but the ones I use are these and these from Amazon. They are microwavable, freezable and dishwasher top rack safe. The only issues I've had with these particular ones is the lids are so hard to get off that I've had a couple where the corners cracked but that's after 6 or so months of use. But look around on amazon, there are ton of different brands and sizes and shapes.

u/blackkittenpresident · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

As someone who does prep for a family of 4 every week I have been using containers like these for years. They're great in the dishwasher and far less expensive then glass. I feel safe with them, and I always have enough.

u/pggu1123 · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I bought them off of Amazon here This particular one is currently unavailable, but there are plenty of alternatives. I've been using them for 9 months now, pretty religiously and are starting to chip a bit on the edges. If these keep deteriorating, I'll be in the market for something nicer.

u/usepseudonymhere · 31 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Not OP but I ordered these, which look similar, back in April of 2015 and still use them to this day. I would say over a year of use out of them I definitely got my money's worth. They also have 3 compartment/single compartment available, if you should desire.

u/zxcv437 · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

beginner I like these because they were relatively cheap, have had no issues hand washing them, and they were delivered to my house.

I've seen someone talk about how he was doing this for a while and got tired of $20 every other month or so, so he went and bought something like this and now doesn't worry when one warps or breaks he can just toss it and he's out a buck.

I'm not a guy who goes for the separated boxes, idk, when you eat on a plate it's all together, I just plan my meals the same way. Also invest in some good ziplock baggies, things like celery, jerky and sandwiches I don't like free floating in the container and it's easier to grab a bag or two when I'm running out the door.

u/MatthewDM111 · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Prep naturals. I have never put them in the freezer, but the covers are amazing. Lock securely in place.

u/ngroat89 · 6 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Freshware Meal Prep Containers [15 Pack] 3 Compartment with Lids, Food Containers, Lunch Box | BPA Free | Stackable | Bento Box, Microwave/Dishwasher/Freezer Safe, Portion Control, 21 day fix (32 oz)


Evolutionize Healthy Meal Prep Containers - Certified BPA-free - Reusable, Washable, Microwavable Food Containers/Bento Box with Lids (7 Pack, Single Compartment, 28 Ounce)

u/meredithftw · 5 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

These! They have held up really well. No discoloration or damage. I’m not sure how leakproof they are, but I haven’t had any issues! Sometimes I wish I would have gone with a divided container — there are a few divided options from the same manufacturer. They also photograph beautifully!

u/easa123 · 6 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I got these on Amazon. They're sturdy and a great deal.

[20 Pack] 3 Compartment Meal Prep Containers BPA Free Portion Control Bento Boxes (39 Oz.)

u/quixoticx · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

I use a lunchbox that you can plug in to warm up your food, and I can't recommend it enough! Amazon reviews say its great for truck drivers, so I assume you can plug it into a van's car charging thing. Alternatively rice meals do well in a thermos!

u/lo_pope · 7 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Agreed! I ordered these in the photo (10-pack) and a few even got holes from hot food. They definitely leak so keep flat when transporting.

I just donated my remaining plastic ones locally and purchased these as replacements. I prefer the glass for a number of reasons and I prefer the smaller size/2-compartment better than the larger ones. Makes the meal feel bigger :)

u/deosama · 55 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I use these containers

I use reusable containers. I really like doing all the meal prep, and cleaning on Sunday. Then during the week I don't have to cook, or do any dishes. I put my empty containers in the dishwasher and do 2 loads during the week before Sunday. Super simple, and a time saver. :)

u/pizza_cheesecake · 5 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I have these and I love them! [5-Pack,29oz] Glass Meal Prep Containers - Food Prep Containers with Lids Meal Prep - Food Storage Containers Airtight - Lunch Containers Portion Control Containers - BPA Free Container

u/theshawnch · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

[Amazon! Love them. ](Enther Meal Prep Containers [20 Pack] 3 Compartment with Lids, Food Storage Bento Box | BPA Free | Stackable | Reusable Lunch Boxes, Microwave/Dishwasher/Freezer Safe,Portion Control (36 oz)

u/smackavelli · 3 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Got these from Amazon a while back. Work well so far. They've been fine in the microwave, and clean up easy. Planning on buying another set.

u/sebkul · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

The containers are good size, but the lids don't seal well. Some lids stay closed, some pop off. Not too happy with them. I bough them on Amazon here.

However, I bough this and they snap shot and work perfectly.

BTW: This breakfast is too big. Next week, I'll need to scale it down a bit.

u/1Juliemom1 · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

I recently bought these from Amazon.

They seal amazingly well. I put water in one and tried to get it to leak out but it stayed inside the container. I will be using them this week for the first time. They are taller when filled than my Walmart ones so I can't stack as many in the fridge but they seem like better boxes. It was supposed to be 20 boxes but there were only 19 in my shipment.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Perfect size. Anything bigger and I pack way too much in to them, and then I eat too much. These are the perfect size for a cup of grains, a serving of vegetables, and a portion of protein.

u/ashfont · 6 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Yep, that's where I got them.

Enther Meal Prep Containers [20 Pack] 3 Compartment with Lids, Food Storage Bento Box | BPA Free | Stackable | Reusable Lunch Boxes, Microwave/Dishwasher/Freezer Safe, Portion Control (36 oz)

u/Herunterladen · 6 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I saw them on amazon, and i think they're the same ones. I always wondered how durable they were. I was thinking about buying them if they were, awesome to find them here.

OP, are they good?

u/inlover · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I can say that we (SO and I) bought Fitpackers and they have lasted us an entire year. Together we use about 8-10 packs a week. Some of them are a little beat up but for the most part they have lasted excellently!

u/ASYMBOLDEN · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Those LOOK like the ones I have! I bought theeese

I want to see how yours hold up op! Mine are pretty decent!

u/SnyperPrincess · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I love these off of Amazon. I actually went back and ordered another set. They're so much better than the plastic containers that stain, bend, and are miserable in the microwave. ALso, they're reusable which is great.

u/cambridge28 · 3 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

These are myths go to. They also make a container with two divided areas. I love them. They also hold up really well and are not flimsy at all.

u/idonotliketoknowit · 7 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Amazon! They are way bigger than I thought they would be. Definitely won’t fit in a regular lunchbox - Enther Meal Prep Containers... maybe that will work?

u/Burrowing_camel · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

I got these containers from Amazon. They stack up nicely and are supposedly dishwasher and microwave safe; I'll see how they hold up long term.

u/2beta4meta · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Amazon! Recently bought these and they work great! Can prep 3 meals a day for the entire work week.

u/BluWake · 16 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Fitpacker on Amazon

28 Oz. Microwavable and Top Rack Dishwasher Safe

I've frozen a few, seem to hold up just fine.

u/bobby3eb · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Oh, I'm eating 2k cals per day. i eat things other than these.

Fitpacker Meal Prep Containers BPA-Free Food Storage and Portion Control (28oz - Set of 16)

17 containers with lids for $20, freezer, dishwasher (top rack), and microwave safe, bpa free

u/rachinator87 · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Freshware Meal Prep Containers [15 Pack] 3 Compartment with Lids, Food Containers, Lunch Box | BPA Free | Stackable | Bento Box, Microwave/Dishwasher/Freezer Safe, Portion Control, 21 day fix (32 oz)

u/chipbloch · 36 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Not OP, but I believe those are the same containers I use. You can get them here, they're fantastic.

OP confirmed!

u/Mtn_Goat · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

I got them from here on Amazon- I love them!

u/TheRaginAsian135 · 4 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Amazon here

I really like them, but I did get them previously and had to return them because they were damaged. They feel pretty heavy duty and are dishwasher safe.

u/ricamnstr · 4 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Meal prep bento boxes

These seem to be pretty popular in the meal prep community.

u/kinarism · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Old post but I bought these exact ones on amazon

Enther Meal Prep Containers [20 Pack] 36oz 3 Compartment with Lids, Food Storage Bento Box BPA Free/Reusable/Stackable Lunch Planning, Microwave/Freezer/Dishwasher Safe, Portion Control,

u/jmuhorn99 · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Here they are! They are holding up great, other than when the boyfriend throws them around or steps on them in the car. I've never had a problem:

u/DangerousTides · 3 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I ordered a 16-piece (plus one free) set of containers for $19 from a brand on amazon called fitpacker. They're awesome. Link if you're interested.

u/Reevos · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

You mean like these? Enther Meal Prep Containers [20 Pack] 3 Compartment with Lids, Food Storage Bento Box | BPA Free | Stackable | Reusable Lunch Boxes, Microwave/Dishwasher/Freezer Safe,Portion Control (36 oz)

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u/torpedodaisy · 10 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Here are some on Amazon I like I suggest hand washing but haven’t run into issues microwaving them. And they actually keep the foods divided. I don’t like my foods mixing so that’s a big plus for me

u/earthwormjimwow · 3 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Looks like the same set I have:

The lids have silicon rubber gaskets, which are very easy to remove and put back in place. There's a bunch of different "brands" selling the same product. Here's another:

u/TridentSC2 · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

i just copy pasted this link from another thread, full credits do not go to me :)

u/PEE_SEE_PRINCIPAL · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I really like these meal prep containers (I have the single compartment ones)

And if you plan on making something like chili ahead of time I would portion it into your containers and refrigerate the ones for your first two days and freeze the rest.

u/Turtleonapost · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Available on but not at a reasonable price.

[20 Pack] 3 Compartment Meal Prep Containers BPA Free & FDA Certified Food Grade 3 Compartment Food Containers Portion Control & Stackable Bento Box Lunch Box Food Storage 3 Compartment

u/hungry20s · 3 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

These are my favorite! 2 compartment glass containers. I believe they have 3 compartments as well.

Glass Meal Prep Containers Glass 2 Compartment

u/muchmadeup · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I believe the link was to those boxes, but I ended up getting these, looking at the review pictures they do not ahve a logo on the lid :)

u/Mitchell_Delgado · 3 pointsr/MealPrepSunday


Edit: these aren't exactly the same, but they're pretty darn close and rated highly

u/jgardner04 · 3 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

There are all kinds of things out there. I have something similar to these on Amazon but my wife and I picked them up from Costco for pretty cheap. They are reusable and we have washed them in dishwasher quite a bit.

u/MarvelHulkWeed · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I usually buy these, the lids are a little fragile but otherwise very good containers

u/__REDDlT__ · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

I think I might have the same ones? I love them

Enther Meal Prep Bowls

On mobile so if that doesn’t work, let me know

u/vector78 · 7 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I'm not OP, but I bought mine here. They are dishwasher and microwave safe!

u/BoDid100 · 6 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Amazon, Enther Meal Prep Containers [20 Pack] Single 1 Compartment with Lids, Food Storage Bento Box | BPA Free | Stackable | Reusable Lunch Boxes, Microwave/Dishwasher/Freezer Safe,Portion Control (28 oz)

u/bunsworth814 · 6 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Thanks! I think someone actually shared the link on here awhile back, but they're from Amazon.

u/growing · 6 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

These are the ones I picked up. I purchased two sets and have been very happy with them.

u/s_valle52 · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

I have these for my boyfriend, I have a smaller set for me. The top is plastic but the container is glass
Hopefully this helps.

u/PMmeBoobsImRich · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I found them on Amazon! They have 3 compartment ones, too.

ChefLand 2 Compartment Microwavable Food Container with Lid Divided Plate, Bento Box, Lunch Tray with Cover and Microwave Safe, 10-Pack

u/dontsuckmydick · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Thanks! Found this in the suggested items which is in stock from Amazon:

u/WorseBlitzNA · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Thanks! I got my containers off Amazon, i prefer glass over plastic because i rather not heat plastic in the microwave.

I ordered ten 29oz containers, after tax, it averages to $6 per container, which i think is reasonable priced for glass.

u/Genesis2001 · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Curious. Is this assessment limited to only the containers linked in OP?

I've had my eye on these for a couple months now but haven't had the money due to YNAB budgeting (money went more to savings than expendable money).

edit: If either OP or the ones I linked are bad, can you recommend alternatives? :)

u/sraffetto6 · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Does this link work??

Enther [20 Pack] 3 Compartment Meal Prep Containers with Lids,Premium Food Storage Bento Boxes, BPA Free, Stackable,Reusable Lunch Box, Microwave/Dish

u/DudeOnACouch2 · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I'm still new to meal prep, but this is what I'm using. 16 of them for $14.

If you click around, you should be able to find ones with partitions, like these.

u/iknowstoomuch · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

I didn't have any, so while I was cooking I ordered some from Amazon Prime Now.
ChefLand 2 Compartment Microwavable Food Container with Lid Divided Plate, Bento Box, Lunch Tray with Cover and Microwave Safe, 10-Pack

u/SirDubbington · 5 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I picked up a pack of 15 containers with lids for less than 20$ on Amazon prime now. Microwaveable and dishwasher safe. I’ll post a link if I can find it again.

Here they are

u/snipingpig · 5 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Found something similar on amazon;
2-Compartment Glass Meal Prep Container Set with Snap-Locking Lids, BPA-Free, Airtight, Leakproof, Microwave, Oven, Freezer, Dishwasher Safe (5 Cups, 40 Oz, Rectangle)

u/Angry_Farmer · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

This is the exact one I ordered on Amazon and with prime they came in just 2 days:

(sorry if there is a better way to link this, I'm on mobile, currently.)

u/Falschnachricht · 7 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

"Is it worth it?" is always such a personal question, so I'm sorry if my answer isn't as decisive as you're looking for. I'll try to tailor my response to your budget concern.

Short answer: plastic containers will get the job done cheaper than glass in the short-term.

Your first purchase of plastic containers will be available for much cheaper than glass (e.g. [$11 for 7 containers] ( vs $5/pc for glass. You'll also be able to get much more variety and specialization for your dollar in plastic containers: rectangular, round, multi-compartment, etc. That means you'll have more options when planning your food, which should help vary your diet while still eating cheap.

You get what you pay for, however, and this is where the debate of plastic vs glass really turns into an investment in my opinion. Plastic will eventually scratch, retain odors, stain, warp, leak, and some people still have concerns about negative health impacts from ingesting plastics. Anecdotally, most people I know cycle through their plastic containers every six months

So now for your second purchase of meal prep containers, you'll either spend another $11 on plastic containers, or you'll look at glass. It's heavier, when it breaks it shatters, and it's much more expensive per piece. BUT, take care of it and it'll last much longer. The grommet will seal much better than plastic containers. You're no longer limited to cold foods and microwave heating because they're also oven-safe. I now use the IKEA glassware linked above and the glass doesn't have any indications of damage. The lid may wear out over time, but two years in mine are still going strong!

Call it $20 on plastic containers every year, or $30 up front that may need lid replacements every few years - your budget should make this decision for you.

u/AdjacentShelf · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

[3-Pack] Glass Meal Prep Containers Glass - Glass Food Storage Containers - Glass Storage Containers with Lids - Glass Lunch Containers Food Container - Glass Food Containers - BPA Free Container Set

I got these for Christmas, and they are amazing. Very heavy duty think Pyrex but thicker. They come in different types I got some dinner one container, some that are split into two, and some that are split into three compartments.

u/nexusxis · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I have these containers but they only have the middle divider. I'm also interested in where OP found glass containers with 3 compartments.

u/hosway · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

A company called ChefLand. I saw someone on Reddit recommend them and purchased them off of amazon. They're pretty inexpensive and get the job done. They're a bit on the flimsy side, but I have reused them several times already with minimum problems. Here is the link.

ChefLand 3-Compartment Microwave Safe Food Container with Lid/Divided Plate/Bento Box/Lunch Tray with Cover, Black, 10-Pack

u/notthekyrieirving · 9 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

The black containers are from Amazon: Enther Meal Prep Containers...

The red ones are Mama Fu’s take-out containers lol

u/GetThere1Time · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I got these, and they definitely do the trick, but there are countless similar products available, depending on the quantity and compartments you're looking for. I bike to work so I wrap two elastic bands around before putting it in my bag which works well, nothing here has much liquid though.

u/pksullivan · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

No problem! Got them on Amazon. A set of 10 is pretty cheap; I'm going to hope to get a year's worth of lunches out of them before I recycle and get a new set.

u/Bford11 · 3 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I just searched glass divided containers on Amazon. The specific ones are linked.

3 compartment:

2 compartment:

Edit to add: I’ve had them for a few months and they’ve held up very well!

u/Swarliey · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

[20 Pack] 3 Compartment Meal Prep Containers BPA Free Portion Control Bento Boxes (39 Oz.)

u/janhleesi · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

[5-Pack,29oz] Glass Meal Prep Containers - Food Prep Containers with Lids Meal Prep - Food Storage Containers Airtight - Lunch Containers Portion Control Containers - BPA Free Container

u/OmarTheTerror · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I got them from amazon. They have decent sales on those, and the single compartment ones pretty regularly.

u/craychel · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Sometimes the containers will tell you how much each compartment holds. Like these from Amazon, the larger compartment holds 16 oz and the smaller compartment holds 9 oz.

u/duganaok · 3 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

These are the ones I got and if I can say, I am quite pleased with them. They don’t seem to stain and are odor resistant.

u/guardianfx · 3 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I picked them up from Amazon. I also ordered myself a new Lunchbox to go with them. It has made this week really easy.

u/selflessGene · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Highly recommend people using plastic containers switch to glass for your health. Heated plastic releases potentially toxic chemicals.

Bought one of each of the following last week. One has a partition, the other doesn't. They're about the same size.

u/AgonyWilford · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

I recommend glass ones like this.

They can be used in the oven as well as microwave, dishwasherz freezer etc. Plus you can see what's in them. (And less plastic, even though the lid is plastic.)

You can also get ones with dividers, but I've never felt the need.

u/mnpharmer · 8 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Freshware 15-Pack 3 Compartment Bento Lunch Boxes with Lids - Stackable, Reusable, Microwave, Dishwasher & Freezer Safe - Meal Prep, Portion Control,

LIFT Certified BPA-Free Reusable Microwavable Meal Prep Containers with Lids, 28-Ounce, 7 Pack (Includes Ebook)

u/Cinders7450 · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Here you go. Freshware 15-Pack 3 Compartment Bento Lunch Boxes with Lids - Stackable, Reusable, Microwave, Dishwasher & Freezer Safe - Meal Prep, Portion Control, 21 Day Fix & Food Storage Containers (32oz)

u/Stargaryan · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Freshware 15-Pack 3 Compartment Bento Lunch Boxes with Lids - Stackable, Reusable, Microwave, Dishwasher & Freezer Safe - Meal Prep, Portion Control,

u/ashthecat15 · 3 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

[LARGER PREMIUM 5 SET] 2 Compartment Glass Meal Prep Containers with Lifetime Lasting Snap Locking Lids Glass Food Containers BPA-Free, Microwave, Oven, Freezer and Dishwasher Safe (4.5 Cups, 36 Oz.)

u/Kaprica6 · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

[LARGER PREMIUM 5 SET] 2 Compartment Glass Meal Prep Containers with Lifetime Lasting Snap Locking Lids Glass Food Containers BPA-Free, Microwave, Oven, Freezer and Dishwasher Safe (4.5 Cups, 36 Oz.)

u/kjb0419 · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

No, Amazon! We’ve had them for a couple months and really like them!

[5 Pcs] Glass Meal Prep Containers Glass 2 Compartment - Glass Food Storage Containers - Glass Storage Containers with Lids - Divided Glass Lunch Containers Food Container - Glass Food Containers 30oz

u/Scurvy-Jones · 43 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I just bought those same containers the other day!

$10 for 20 of them on Amazon right now!

EDIT: [OP commin in clutch with the link] ( while I was distracted by the NFL Draft. Good lookin out /u/Ikantra

u/RoseartSpoonbill · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

These are 2 compartment, but they work well for me. Divided Glass Lunch Containers Food Container - Glass Food Containers 30oz

u/RippingAallDay · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

How about these or these?
I've seen them floating around on amazon. I thought the price is fair, but they're more expensive than the MMG containers...and don't come with any food inside.

u/comofue · 5 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I always preach about my Hotlogic here

I just pop in the food in the morning and it’s ready by lunchtime

u/Cecibustballs · 11 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

I use Isobag's reusable containers and I've had them for over 2 years. It looks like that people are using reusable to me.Amazon containers

u/Cyt6000 · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

It looks like the same ones I have. They're $17 on Amazon. Your local thrift store might have similar for cheaper though

u/heyuguuuys · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

It was one of the top hits on amazon. I think I just searched glass meal prep container.

u/s0undsleep · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

These containers are what I’ve used for meal prep. They’re relatively cheap, store easily, and have lasted about a year of frequent use so far.

u/rubadub_dubs · 6 pointsr/MealPrepSunday


There are roughly 4 billion options! These have worked well for me the last couple months.

u/WeightLossHobo · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

I have 28 oz containers.

These are the perfect size for me. My normal prep is a protein (chicken breast, sirloin, salmon), rice, beans, and a vegetable. I can fit a 700-800 calorie meal easily into my containers. I only prep 10 a week but I have 16 for times if I forget a container somewhere, lose one, break one, or just don't feel like doing the dishes right away. It's nice to have extras and if I want to prep more I can.