I like this idea especially since I bake bread at home.
And easy to open so kids can help themselves of course.
I hadn't really thought about that aspect but something sort of similar to lunchables where you can see the contents.
It just must appeal to kids. Maybe have stickers or some sort of collectible item, game or reward.
I typicall fill my tortilla and roll it so it ends up being rectangular in shape.
Veggies like carrots and celery can be in strips like fries so they are easy to pick up. Dippabes don't have to be limited to veggies either but are great option for parents who want something different. You can do nuggets or chicken fingers with some veggies on the side for a more complete lunch. You can have sweet potato baked fries or corn dogs or boneless wings all with a veggie on the side. As far as the dressing, it seems as if kids already like the original ranch flavor but you can have a variety, maybe add parmesan cheese or a zesty flavor so kids have a few more choices.
I'm afraid I'm not so adept at using the computer to draw but basically a rectangular box that will fit and individual corn on the cob or tortilla wrap or hot dog so it's easier to send it for lunch. Probably 3x8 maybe?
I like the colors and the white background reminds me of Hidden Valley packaging- freah and clean. I love the food photo most of all. I like the idea of a microwaveable bag for ease of preparation..
A slight tweaking of a small ziplock with freshscent/odor absorbing and cute design or graphic would be just the thing.
I've encountered this problem on quite a few occasions. One time I was in the examination room with my daughter waiting for the pediatrician to come in for a regular visit- baby girl pooped while I was waiting and I had to change her but for obvious reasons (she was already undressed and if I didn't know how long it would be before they emptied the trash) could not dispose of the dirty diaper in the tiny examination room. The doctor gave me a latex glove to stash it in until I could properly dispose of it.
Another time I was about to go in to get my 5 yr old from school and as we sat in the car, baby girl pooped again (huge mess). I changed her in the back seat since I didn't want the poop to ooze out as I lifted her up to go with me to get her big brother. But I didn't have a plastic bag handy in the car or anywhere to throw the diaper and didn't want to take it in with me to throw it out in the school bathroom. I just secured it as best as I could and put it on the floor mat. We had to smell it all the way home- yuck! Longest 15 minutes of our lives-lol
I could share more but those 2 stand out in my mind- a baby will poop in the most inconvenient places!
I could see these diaper baggies as a little cinch sack but I guess a ziplock would work just as well. I could see it with a caution sign and a cute saying so people don't confuse it with their lunch or some other cute design.