Rated 5 out of 5Â by PapaBear Preston The ONLY food storage containers we use!
My family and I meal prep all of our lunches days in advance. We use the Total Solution containers from Pyrex (formerly called Snapware) and it's the only thing we use now. The glass is safe for all foods and doesn't stain from tomato-based sauces. The lids snap and click when you lock them down. They've revised their stance on microwaving with the lids, though. DO NOT MICROWAVE THE LIDS as they can and will warp over time. instead, use a damp paper towel or plastic cling wrap to cover the glass container when reheating with microwave. Other than that, these containers are perfect and very resilent!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Karenme Food Storage must have
I got this to add to the ones I had. I love the covers to these. They seal air tight (I have kept bread slices in one for weeks and they keep fresh) and the snap lids are easy to put on and take off. I like going back to glass after many years of plastic. IT is much nicer for microwaving as my plastic containers will stain or even melt from grease. The glass is heavy and I have frozen with them. and then put them directly in the oven or microwave. If you are looking for quality storage containers, you won't go wrong with these. Also, the manufacturer has a life time guarantee and one time I needed to call them and they are very easy to deal with and took care of my issue with no problems.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Bridge Girl WARPS EASY
I heated soup in the Snapware Total Solutions 4 cup round bowl using a paper towel cover in the microwave, but I put the lid on unsnapped to carry my soup back to my office. The lid melted on the inner rims in just a short distance walk, and now won't fit the bowl or snap on. Very disappointed. I looked on line for a replacement lid, but there doesn't seem to be any. It should have held up better than this.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Jenifercdm Love glass snapware!
These containers are great. They are a bit expensive but are virtually leak proof. You can go from freezer to oven to microwave. They come in all shapes and sizes. My husband uses them to bring lunch to work every day, including liquids, like soup, with no problems. I would not recommend heating in the microwave with the lid on. I usually place a piece of paper towel over it to prevent a mess. With all the news about how bad it is to cook in plastic, the less we use the better!