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Product FAQ

Product FAQ

 

 

How are Lunch Punch sandwich cutters different to a cookie cutter?



 
The Lunch Punch are sandwich cutters specifically designed to capture the most amount of bread. They are taller than a cookie cutter making it easy to cut through a full sandwich, while keeping the bread light and fluffy. A fun lunch with minimum waste! Check out our about page for more information and videos!

What are Lunch Punch sandwich cutters made from?

 

The Lunch Punch are made from USFDA approved food-grade ABS plastic. They’re BPA FREE, PHTHALATE FREE, LEAD FREE, PVC FREE and 100% Recyclable.

Can your sandwich cutters go in the dishwasher?

 

Yes! The Lunch Punch is dishwasher safe!

How big are Lunch Punch sandwich cutters?

 

The Lunch Punch designs do vary slightly and range from cutter size: 8.5cm x 8.5cm x 3cm deep to 9cm x 9.5cm x 3cm deep. They’re sold in a colourful gift box with dimensions ranging from 12cm x 8.5cm x 10cm to 12cm x 9.5cm x 10cm.

Are your sandwich cutters safe for little hands?

 

Yes! The Lunch Punch was designed with kids in the kitchen in mind too!

What age are Lunch Punch sandwich cutters suitable for?

 

Kids of all ages love sandwiches made using The Lunch Punch. (Even big kids! Ahem.. dads!) Our cutters are safe for little fingers, but most suitable for kids aged 3 and up.

What else can I use my Lunch Punch sandwich cutters for?

 

The Lunch Punch cutters have many uses. Try them on other yummy foods like pancakes, fairy bread, slices of watermelon and fun craft activities like play-doh, stencilling and sand play.

What kind of bread works best?

 

We recommend using fresh bread, it works best! The impressions won't be quite as sharp in a grainy bread, so a smooth bread (such as white, wholemeal or rye) gives the best results.

Where can I buy Lunch Punch sandwich cutters?

 

You can buy all our Lunch Punch cutters right here on our website - we ship to most countries! You can also check out our stockists list for a local store in your country.

How do I get the most out of my Lunch Punch Cutters?

 

For the perfect Lunch Punch Sandwich PUNCH down firmly with both hands, FLIP your cutter over and PRESS in for finer details, PEEL the crusts away from the sandwich, POP your sandwich out using fingers or a bread knife, ADMIRE!!

What fillings are best to use for my Lunch Punch Sandwiches?

 

You can use any fillings you like! Our LunchPunch cutters do work best with less filling, if you want to add more fillings such as lettuce, salad and meats we recommend cutting your bread before adding fillings. With spreads, again less is more - it can be best to cut your bread before adding large amounts of spreads. For example, jam will ooze out the sides when pressed down.

What are Stix by Lunch Punch made from?

 

Stix are made from USFDA approved food-grade ABS plastic. They’re BPA FREE, PHTHALATE FREE, LEAD FREE, PVC FREE and 100% Recyclable.

How long are Stix?

 

Stix are carefully designed to fit in all popular bento lunch boxes and they’re just the right size for school and party food share platters too.
Stix measure 10cm or 4 inches long.

What sorts of things can I use Stix for?

 

Stix are carefully designed to fit in all popular bento lunch boxes and they’re just the right size for school and party food share platters too. Popular food combinations include a rainbow of seasonal fruits, veggies, cheese and meat and cut squares of sandwiches. For loads more Stix ideas be sure to follow us on Instagram!

How many Stix come in a pack?

 

Stix by Lunch Punch are sold in 4 and 7 packs. Please refer to the product listing for more information.

Can I wash Stix in the dishwasher?

 

Stix are dishwasher safe, however due to their size Stix can easily slip through the dishwasher basket and get caught or bent, so to prolong the life of your Stix we recommend hand washing.

Are Stix safe for little hands?

 

Stix are independently certified for quality and safety, however we do reccomend that they are only used with parental supervision for children aged 3 or younger.