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Our Favorite Thermoses to Keep Soup HOT
Keep soup hot with these top-rated thermoses. They’re perfect for toting hot lunch to school, work and everywhere in between.
Keep your food fresh all day with this stainless steel soup thermos ($23) from The Friendly Swede. Available in three colors, the food flask has a built-in folding spoon and 5-ounce cup for easy, on-the-go eating. The lid features a storage divider perfect for housing dry soup toppers.
This classic thermos from Stanley ($25) looks just like the one your dad used to take on fishing trips. Vacuum insulation keeps your soup hot for up to 15 hours, and the lid doubles as a bowl. The thermos’s wide mouth makes it easy to fill without spills.
If you don’t want a bulky, old-fashioned soup thermos sitting on your desk, reach for this beauty from Zoie + Chloe ($12). Its 12-ounce capacity is the perfect size for a single-serve meal, and the black-and-white exterior is simple yet sleek. The thermos’s short and stout stature makes it easy to clean.
Make a statement with this colorful thermos from Hydro Flask ($30). Available in Mango, Lava, Mint or Pacific, this double-walled thermos is as practical as it is pretty. Food stays hot for up to three hours, making it ideal for kids’ lunch boxes or quick hiking trips.
Instead of a traditional thermos shape, try this insulated bowl from Bentgo ($15). Soup stays hot for up to four hours, and a reusable spoon and fork nestle in the top dish (which is also large enough to hold an extra snack!).
Massive appetites need this over-sized food jar from the original Thermos brand ($26). It holds a whopping 24 ounces and keeps food hot for up to 14 hours.
Keep your soup looking modern and chic with this soup thermos from Simple Modern ($19). Available in Carrara Marble, Ocean Quartz and a ton of other fun colors, this container is a beautiful addition to your lunchbox. Soup will stay hot for up to seven hours.
Save your kid from having to use the dirty microwave in the school cafeteria with this Foogo from Thermos jar ($18). Designed with kids in mind, the soup thermos is durable, cool to the touch and available in fun color combinations.
Want your thermos to always look like new? This food jar from Energify ($27) features a scratch-resistant base and comes with a velvet carry bag for optimal protection.
This thermos from Bklyn Steel ($22) looks high-end, but its modest price tag keeps it affordable. Lined with copper, the food jar promises to keep food hot for hours. And the thermos’ sleek matte black and wood finish makes it a handsome addition to your desktop.
This soup thermos from Newdora ($18) keeps everything you need for lunch in one tiny package. Food stays hot for seven hours, and a bunch of built-in features (like a detachable inner lid, foldable spoon and lid that doubles as a bowl) make this thermos a one-stop shop.
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