great containers for kids
I love all of the Sistema Klip-It containers, and these breakfast containers are great. My kids (2 1/2 and 5) eat breakfast at school, and these are perfect for them. I particularly love that the Klip-It closures are easy even for little ones to do it themselves. My 2 1/2 year old is pretty determined to be self-sufficient, and with these, she can be. We put the milk in the larger container, and put the cereal in the smaller top compartment, and haven't had any leaks. It's easier for the kids, too, to just pour the cereal into the milk instead of the other way around.
March 18, 2013
Wanted to like this
I bought this container mainly for taking cereal/milk to work. I was a little disappointed that is smaller than I was expecting, so the amount of cereal and milk that fit in it is less than what I would eat at home. Although the milk did not leak outside the container, it leaked into the cereal before arriving at work. I think it will work fine with yogurt, but unfortunately, my main reason for buying was to use with cereal. The spoon is good...much better than expected. It is sturdier than your average plastic spoon, and snaps nicely into the bottom of the top container. I am sure I will find things to use this for, but probably not cereal.
November 30, 2012
Pretty handy, but messy inside.
I bought this hoping it would work for may 9 year old for yogurt & graham crackers. I put the yogurt on top & the graham crackers on the bottom...it travelled in the lunchbox, on the bus to school. By the time it came back home it was a mess! (the top container is not sealed from the bottom container, there was yogurt in the bottom with soggy graham crackers) I'll try fruit on top next time with cheese cubes on the bottom. Just know that whatever you place in the top protion can leak into the bottom portion. The clip-top seals the whole container very well; just know that the top portion is not sealed seperately from the bottom.
January 22, 2013
Great for yogurt parfaits
I love this for taking yogurt with granola to work. Yogurt in the main compartment, granola in the top tray, and the spoon's in there ready to go. Know that it's fairly equal proportions; I end up having a bit more granola and a bit less yogurt than I might otherwise serve. But it's so handy to have it all in one container!
November 19, 2011