Lunch Punch Review & Giveaway

What a great idea, my kids hate the crust on bread and i spend more time cutting crust off and begging them to just try it one more time when I don’t feel like cutting it then I do eating my own lunch.  With the help of Lunch Punch it is a snap to take off the dreaded crust.  And the kids find it oh so fun too.
The Lunch Punch®. The Original Sandwich cutter. Punch a fun lunch with The Lunchpunch® and wake up your Lunch Box! Try a Puzzle shaped cookie cutters for sandwiches, Butterfly shape, Dog shape, Whale shapes or Elephant shape.  Use for Sandwiches, Fairy Bread, Egg-in-the-hole, Toast, Playdough, Cookies, Biscuits, & More!

Lunch Punch sets come in two different shape sets.  The first one is the puzzle piece set, what a great idea and in this case I don’t mind if the kids play with their food, heck I even play with them somedays haha. 
You see each one cuts out a different puzzle shape and each puzzle shape fits into the others so you can make a giant sandwich puzzle before you eat your lunch.

The second shape set is their Critters set.  There is four different critters to cut out this time, there is a butterfly, elephant with a baby elephant a dog and a pair of whales.  While the boys prefer the puzzle pieces Maddisyn prefers the shapes, the butterfly shape to be exact.  I was asked if I thought this was a waste of bread but when I think of how much extra bread is stuck on the crust I think that this is perfect and I would rather waste the small piece of crust then the big pieces.

Created by a mom for moms this is for sure a huge win in my books.  Coming soon are two new exciting sets as well (you might just see those here on Jabbering Jessi too).  They are the Landwich set which consists of 7 shapes and also contains informationabout each continent (eg. population, languages, industry, etc.).  As well as the VRRRM! set which is 4 shapes all with things that go VRRRRRM! such as a truck.
Lunch Punch is going to give a jabbering Jessi reader a critter and a puzzle Lunch Punch sets.

Tell me if your kids eat the crust or not, and if they do tell me how you get them to do it.

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This giveaway is open WORLDWIDE.

Ends Feb 9 2010 @ 11:59 PM EST
(Winners will have 48 hours to respond to my email before I choose a new winner)
Thank you to Lunch Punch for this awesome giveaway.

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  1. Jennifer says:

    OMG I am so excited about this one! My daughter does NOT eat crust. I have tried everything to get her to without luck.I am subscribed!

  2. Jennifer says:

    I have your button!

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    I follow you!

  4. Jennifer says:

    I have linked to Lunch Punch on my blog!

  5. Jennifer says:

    I have blogged and linked to the giveaway 🙂

  6. Jolanthe says:

    crusts are iffy in this house ~ somedays yes and somedays no! 🙂 If there is a 'treat' on the line, those crusts get gobbled up quickly!

  7. The Gosfam says:

    My girls will eat some of their crusts. Not always all of it. I have no secret. They eat as much as they can, and I don't fight it 🙂 Normally not too much waste at our house though.mattles22 at yahoo dot com

  8. The Gosfam says:

    I follow the Lunch Punch on facebook: Gosfam

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  12. Brie H says:

    My son eats the crust – I never took it off so he doesn't know that you can do that yet!

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    I have your button

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    I follow you and tweeted

  17. kuparstwn says:

    My daughter does eat the crust. She actually prefers it. I'm not sure how I "do it." She just likes it. Of course she's only 20 months old and eats most things I stick in front of her. Ask me again in two years!

  18. kuparstwn says:

    I follow with GFC.

  19. one frugal lady says:

    Ironically, my toddler wants the crusts removed, only because she wants to eat them separately!

  20. one frugal lady says:

    I subscribe to your blog via e-mail!

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  22. Anonymous says:

    My kids do not eat their crusts.denise_22315 at yahoo dot com

  23. Anonymous says:

    I subscribe.denise_22315 at yahoo dot com

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    I follow you and tweeted. at yahoo dot com

  25. Andrea says:

    I'm hoping to win these for my nephew who does not eat crusts. These would make sandwiches much more fun and much faster than cutting off the crust by hand.andreapaetkau at gmail dot com

  26. Andrea says:

    I follow via google friend!andreapaetkau at gmail dot com

  27. Andrea says:

    I'm an email subscriber!andreapaetkau at gmail dot com

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  29. Lori Taube says:

    My son used to eat the crust, no questions asked! Then, all of a sudden, the luck stopped.. I refuse to cut it off for him, but he eats around it. :-)clctaube @

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  33. mamawj says:

    no my grandson will not eat it no matter what so i feed the crust to the birds, this is neat item thankssewitupjulie at gmail dot com

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  37. Linda Kish says:

    My son always ate his crusts. I never gave him the choice so he didn't know any different.

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  39. moushka says:

    My daughters always eat all of their sandwich, crusts included. They have never questioned it.However, these would be fun to use for school lunches.

  40. moushka says:

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  41. moushka says:

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  42. debbiekl says:

    As long as it's soft, my son eats the crust. I've never had a problem!

  43. debbiekl says:

    I'm a follower

  44. Debbie says:

    About 6 months ago, my then 2 year old wasn't eating the crust on his triangle pb&J's… I didn't do anything, just let it be and now he eats the whole sandwhich – crust and all. So my thoughts: they grow out of it (I'm sure there aren't too many college kids out there who are still cutting their crust off!?). In the meantime, don't sweat it – just go with it and these Lunch Punches are a great way to do that.

  45. Debbie says:

    I follow with Google Friend.

  46. Debbie says:

    I subscribe by email.

  47. Leonard Family says:

    Our daughter is 2, and so far she eats the crust 99% of the time with no problem at all. :-)dropcqueen at yahoo dot com

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