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A Crockpot Lunch Box Is the Perfect Practical Gift This Year

A person spoons a noodle dish into a small metal container designed to sit into a Crockpot lunch box warmer.
Crockpot

Whether you’re a teacher, nurse, or simply busy during the day, quick lunches are a must. Unfortunately, that can often rule out a hot lunch. After all, you don’t have time to wait for a microwave. But a Crockpot lunch box could fix that.

Yes, you read that correctly. There’s a Crockpot lunch box, and it’s essentially a tiny, adorable way for you to have a hot lunch every day.

While you won’t be able to cook a full meal at your desk like other slow cookers, this portable Crockpot is ideal for slowly and steadily warming up soups, oatmeal, noodles dishes, and leftovers. No waiting in line to use a microwave, pacing the floor thinking about your to-do list as it heats your food, and it’s all done from your desk or workstation.

Crockpot Electric Lunch Box

Guarantee yourself warm lunches no mater who busy you are.

The mini Crockpot isn’t like the small versions of a slow cooker you’ve probably seen before. This one is designed to be portable for day-to-day. It comes with a spill-proof lid that locks into place and has a built-in handle for carrying, and it fits 20 ounces of food—perfect for an individual meal.

The cord is integrated into the design and can be easily removed and plugged into a standard outlet. Pop it into an outlet a few hours before lunch, and you’ll have a hot meal. When you’re done, unplug it and take it right now. The outside won’t warm, so it’s still fully transportable after use. Remove the interior pail and lid and place them in the dishwasher for an easy clean.

If you’re a lover of leftovers, can’t get enough soup during chilly months, or just miss having any sort of hot meal at lunch, the Crockpot lunch box is a must-have. Whether it’s for you or a gift for someone else, that’s up to you (but you could always just buy two).

Shea Simmons Shea Simmons
Shea Simmons is the Assignments Editor at LifeSavvy. Previously, she worked as a freelance writer with a focus on beauty and lifestyle content. Her work has appeared in Bustle, Allure, and Hello Giggles. Read Full Bio »
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