Thursday, September 16, 2010

True Love, in a Box.

(image courtesy of Eat Your Best)

I'm not normally a fan of any meal in a box. Mainly because I enjoy cooking and I usually like to add my own seasonings to things. I find most things in a box to be rather bland. Or taste like cardboard. But, I have a really busy semester ahead of me and there are some nights I don't get home until late, which means I probably won't pack my lunch before I go to bed. (Yes, I'm crazy and pack my lunch the night before... and pick out my clothes.. but you already knew I was a little crazy)

While I was out grocery shopping this week, these loverlies were on sale and I thought it might be a nice solution to those days when I don't have a thing to pack for lunch, or don't feel like making anything. You know, because I get home at like 10:00 and that's past my bedtime.

Thank you Smart Ones for creating this piece of heaven in a box. Seriously, I could eat another one right now. Sadly, I don't have one. Instead? I'm going to run off to kickball and have a beer.

Remind me to tell you about my awesome coaching job! You're going to be sooooo jealous!


Jenny said...

Making your lunch and picking out your clothes the night before does not sound crazy at all. I make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the week on Sunday night and stick them in the freezer. I also bag up some veggies (carrots or sugar snap peas or such) ready. All I have to do each night is dump one of everything into my lunch box. I don't have the energy for anything else.

Lil' Woman said...

I'm going to have to try these...I need more options than Banquet frozen meals.

Classy Fab Sarah said...

I agree that this meal is surprisingly delicious! I eat these about once a week!