Updated: Nov 19
Beeswax wraps are versatile and come in a range of sizes to meet your needs.
There are so many uses for them, and here are some of the uses that we've seen:
13" x 13": sandwich, fold into bag for sandwich or snack (crackers, carrot sticks, pretzels, nuts, seeds), crisper liner in the fridge
10"x10": small sandwich, muffin, english muffin, fold into snack bag
7"x7": snack bag, cut produce (onion, pepper, apple, tomato, cucumber), cover tupperware in the fridge
12": large bowl cover, half a melon, tied / twisted into a baggie for loose items, bowl cover for letting dough rise
9"-11": cheese cover, plate cover (cover a plate of food instead of using Tupperware for fridge leftovers)
6"-8": bowl cover, cut produce (pepper, apple, onion, cucumber, kiwi), stick of butter
5": cut produce such as half a small apple, half a lemon
4": average size mason jar cover, toothbrush cover, half a lime
3": end of cut cucumber
2": bottle cap substitute, wine bottle cover (to keep flies out or in the fridge).
These are just general ideas! Have fun and get creative.
Use beeswax wraps as an alternative to plastic wrap. They are reusable, can be folded into bags, can cover bowls, containers, jars, produce, toiletries, cheese, reusable straw sleeve.
Beeswax wraps are also great for extra grip when opening hard to open jars!
Beeswax food wraps are great for picnics, school lunches, work lunches, and home use.