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Reheat Leftovers with Reynolds™ Heat & Eat

Reheat leftovers with Reynolds Heat and Eat

We are a family that stays home a lot. I homeschool so my kids don’t leave the house for school anymore. My husband travels a lot, so he doesn’t even need to take lunch to work. We store most of our food in glass at home. What about those occasions that he is home and has to go to the office? Or the time when we go to the cousins’ house and I need to bring my own lunch? I don’t want to put my food in plastic and I don’t want to carry glass around with me. Reynolds came up with a new option. The new Reynolds™ Disposable Heat & Eat Containers are perfect for these situations.

Reheat leftovers with Reynolds Heat & Eat

Reynolds™ Heat & Eat Containers are made with plant fibers and are perfect for the microwave. They are not meant for long term storage, though, so make sure you put your meal together that morning before heading out. You can see I put together a taco meal for myself. When I get to where I’m going I can take out the cheese and lettuce and heat the rest in the microwave for a yummy home-cooked meal, instead of picking up fast food.

Find Reynolds at Walmart

You can find Reynolds™ Heat & Eat Containers at Walmart in the food storage aisle. They come in two sizes: 24 oz or 32 oz containers. I love having them on hand for taking food to go or giving friends some food to take home after a party at our house. They are inexpensive and a great alternative to using plastic or lending out my glass dishes!

Reheat your leftovers with Reynolds Heat and Eat

You can get some recipes that go great in your Heat and Eat containers below:

Steak Fajita Bowls

Taco Pasta Shells

Blue Cheese and Bacon Chipotle Beef Sliders

Loaded Potato Wedges

You can also get a coupon here or here. Reynolds™ Heat & Eat Containers are a great item to have on time with the holidays coming up!  Pick up these Reynolds™ Disposable Heat & Eat Containers at your local Walmart today. You can find them in the food storage aisle by the Reynolds Wrap.

About Paula

Paula Krueger considers herself a "baby "chef, not because she cooks for babies, but because she's still learning how to cook. She started this blog after taking Wilton method classes and at that point was more interested in baking. She's since become more interested in learning to cook as her family has grown. She also covers product reviews and travel as well.