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Go Greens - Snack, Medium & Original Sizes

Go Greens - Snack, Medium & Original Sizes

Want a lightweight, durable, easy to clean, all-in-one lunchbox made for BIG eaters? Take a look at my recent facebook LIVE where I talk all things Go Green. Watch here.
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Insulated Food Jar - by

Over sandwiches already? Want to keep their bellies full at kindy or school with hot, hearty meals? Take a look at the insulated jars – one of the best I’ve found, and this is why…Click here.

Read more - The brand new 'wholefoods' lunch box - The brand new 'wholefoods' lunch box, also known as the whole food’s lunchbox, is brand new to the bento box world and is taking the Australian lunch boxing market by storm! Let me show you why. Click here.

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Lunchbox-Sized Pikelets

Sunday morning home-made pancakes is a tradition here and every week I make a few extra lunchbox-sized mini versions to freeze for the lunchboxes. This is my kid's favourite sugar-free, healthy, filling recipe that can cover breakfast, snacks or both!


  • 2 large, over-ripe bananas
  • 100g oats
  • 60g plain flour
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 70g milk


  1. Put all ingredients in the Thermomix/food processor and blitz for 10 seconds
  2. Add 1/2 tsp coconut oil to a pre-heated crepe/frypan and swirl to coat
  3. Pour the batter onto the pan, 1 spoonful at a time for the perfect lunchbox-sized pikelet
  4. Flip once bubbles start to appear, then remove off heat when cooked on both sides
  5. Once cooled, freeze for an easy, healthy, filling lunchbox addition!
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Tomato Paste in the Thermomix

Five ingredients. No unknown ingredients. Make and freeze, no waste. We always have this in our freezer - save money and make your own!



  • 1kg tomatoes
  • 20g olive oil
  • 1 tbs oregano (or any other dried herb)
  • 1 handful fresh herbs (I use basil or parsley or mix of both)
  • 10g rock salt


  1. Cut the tomatoes into quarters and put in thermomix bowl
  2. Add all other ingredients
  3. Mix speed 10 seconds, speed 8
  4. Scrape down sides
  5. Cook 30 minutes, veroma, speed 1, using steaming basket in place of measuring up
  6. Scrape down sides
  7. Cook further 10 mins, veroma, speed 1, using steaming basket in place of measuring cup
  8. Scrape down sides
  9. Blitz 1 minute, speed 9
  10. Allow to cool and freeze in single-serve portions for easy use
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Chocolate Milkshake Syrup

This is a new, refined sugar free recipe that's fast become a staple at our place. Especially since school's out!


  • 1/3 cup maple syrup
  • 2 tbs cacao powder (or cocoa powder)
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla essence
  • 1/3 cup water


  1. Put all ingredients in a saucepan over low heat and stir until mixture is smooth
  2. Leave to cool, then pour into container/glass jar and store in the fridge


  • Makes approx 4-6 milkshakes
  • Add 2-3 tbs syrup in a glass of cold milk and enjoy!
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Hello! Want to know a bit about me and how I got to be here at Lunchbox Mini?

I'm Anna and I'm the proud chief Mum-boss here at Lunchbox Mini. In 2011 I went on 12 months maternity leave, not knowing that it would actually turn into 7 kind-of-long but kind-of-quick years of "home duties"...

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