Cooking & Baking

Meal Prepping Tips that Will Bring More Joy (and Less Sad Desk Lunches)

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    How to Poach Chicken, Fish and Shrimp

    Poaching chicken, salmon and shrimp is an easy way to get tasty results and feel full for longer with the added protein for a lunch or dinner.

    By Heather Ramsdell
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  • Baby & Toddler

    How to Make Your Toddler’s Lunch More Fun

    Sometimes it’s not how it tastes, it’s how it looks that determines whether toddlers love or hate their lunch. Here are some quick ideas guaranteed to win you a thumb’s up. (more…)

    By Jennifer Geddes
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  • Baby & Toddler

    Staff Picks: Healthy Lunch Ideas for Kids

    Let’s be honest. Making weekday school lunches for your kids can be daunting. You want something healthy, but it needs to be easy to prepare too. Four OXO parents weigh in on how they keep lunchtime interesting for their kids. (more…)

    By Rebecca Ulanoff
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  • Cooking & Baking

    Avoid the 3 O’clock Slump with These Healthy Snack Ideas

    At around 3 o’clock, it feels like hunger strikes the whole office. You’ll catch people wandering from their desks for another cup of coffee and searching for any lingering snacks. It helps to be prepared for this inevitability and to have healthy, homemade snacks by your side. Here are some ideas to get you started:

    By Amalia Safran
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  • Cooking & Baking

    New Year’s Resolution: How to Bring Better Lunches to Work

    At OXO, we take lunch seriously, and over the years have perfected how to bring lunches (that you actually want to eat) to the office. (more…)

    By Amalia Safran
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  • Cooking & Baking

    How to Meal Prep for a Week’s Worth of Lunches

    As much as we love following recipes, when it comes to meal-prepping for the week ahead, it’s worth taking a different approach. Instead of preparing five different recipes for the five-day work week (how time-consuming!) or making a week’s worth of one dish (boooring!), prepare simple building blocks that both keep well in the fridge and mix and match well together.

    By Veronica Chan
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  • Cooking & Baking

    The Math Behind Perfectly Pureed Soups

    When it comes to soup and temperature, it boils down to simple math. Soup consumption and temperature operate in an inverse relationship—when the temperature drops, soup consumption rises.

    By Veronica Chan
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    6 Tips for Making Better Summer Salads

    We’re leaning into summer salads and take simple steps to keep them exciting and delicious.

    By Marian Bull
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