The weather is starting to cool, and it’s getting harder and harder to coax our kids out of bed and motivate them to get excited for the school run. One thing that always helps? The promise of a delicious hot (or cold, in summer!) lunch packed in their Yumbox Zuppa.

We often reach for our Yumbox Zuppa in the warmer months, but it’s during winter that it really gets a workout.

Yumbox’s answer to the insulated food jar, the Yumbox Zuppa comes in two funky colours – Neptune Blue and Bijoux Purple – and has an extra wide mouth, a ‘no slide’ bottom ‘no slip grip’ lid to make it extra kid-friendly.

The Zuppa keeps hot food warm for six to eight hours, and cold food cool for up to eight hours with an ice pack. It’s made from stainless steel and is totally food safe and BPA free.

Pack an I CAN SPOON in your kid’s Yumbox, or one of our handy Emondo cutlery sets in their bag, and send them on their merry way with a delicious meal to enjoy at lunch.

  1. Spaghetti Bolognese
  2. Muesli and yoghurt
  3. Cereal
  4. Two-minute noodles (when it’s one of “those” days)
  5. Scrambled eggs
  6. Freshly baked cookies
  7. Overnight oats
  8. Stir fry
  9. A small tub of yoghurt, with ice
  10. Fruit salad
  11. Pumpkin soup
  12. Porridge
  13. Caesar salad
  14. Macaroni and cheese
  15. Chia pudding
  16. Chicken noodle soup
  17. Bircher muesli
  18. Vegetable stew
  19. Sausage rolls
  20. Rice pudding
  21. Fruit sorbet
  22. French onion soup
  23. Carbonara
  24. Rissoles
  25. Lasagne
  26. Potato and leek soup
  27. Pesto pasta (with chicken, olives, sundried tomatoes… you name it!)
  28. Bangers and mash
  29. Hard-boiled eggs
  30. Custard
  31. Dumplings
  32. Pasta salad
  33. Pizza rolls
  34. Chilli con carne
  35. Ravioli
  36. Chicken nuggets
  37. Pasta bake
  38. Shephard’s pie
  39. Hot dogs
  40. Spaghetti and meatballs
  41. Mashed potato
  42. Casserole
  43. Baked beans
  44. Pot pie
  45. Fried rice
  46. Corn on the cob
  47. Ramen noodles
  48. Potato wedges
  49. Smoothie bowl
  50. Vegetable fritters