Summers are the perfect time to pack a salad lunch. One of my favorite green salads is a Turkey Cranberry Spring Mix Salad. Thanks to our friends at Eco Lunchbox, I can easily take a salad for lunch in their new Seal Cup containers.
I toss all the turkey salad ingredients together in a Large Seal Cup by Eco Lunchbox. Then, I pour a little bit of Raspberry Vinaigrette in a Small Seal Cup, and my salad lunch is ready to go. Don’t forget to bring a fork! (I have done that before and let’s just say it is much easier to eat a salad with a fork than with your fingers.)
Eco Lunchbox Seal Cups are an easy way to pack a plastic-free and waste-free lunch. I love the stainless containers – they last forever. Okay, maybe not forever, but I have a few other Eco Lunchbox stainless containers still going strong after years of use. I always wash our Eco Lunchbox containers in the dishwasher, too! They are definitely sturdy and made to last.
The Seal Cups are my first Eco Lunchbox containers with a silicone lid. They are amazingly leak-proof and free of plastic, BPA, and phthalates. All parts are dishwasher and oven safe.
Seal Cup Trio retails for $29.99 and includes three nesting round containers in small, medium, and large.
Photo Credit: Eco Lunchbox
Grab your Seal Cup containers, and give this Turkey Cranberry Spring Mix Salad recipe a try. It’s one of my salads EVER. I love that I can make it myself instead of having to go out for a restaurant salad.
Below, I have listed the amount of ingredients I use to pack a salad in the Eco Lunchbox Large Seal Cup (20 ounce.) Feel free to tweak the recipe to fit your taste.
I LOVE lots and lots of Feta cheese, but if you aren’t a fan of Feta, you can substitute shredded Mozzarella. Either way is delicious!
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Learn more about Eco Lunchbox containers and order online at EcoLunchboxes.com