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Calendar December 9, 2013 12/09/13 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 9 Comments 9

Cuisine Cube Review, Discount and Giveaway

Cuisine Cube is a new subscription box company that sends full size gluten free items for breakfast, lunch, dinner, desert and snack items for $29.99 a month.  You can also buy your favorite gluten free items in their online store!  Cuisine Cube sent me this box for review and I was really excited to see what would be inside.  Cuisine Cube strives to find the best tasting, healthy and gluten free items each month.

The Details:
Cost: $29.99 a month
Coupon: Use the code  BOXMOMCUBE to save $5.00 off your first month of a regular or gift subscription.
What’s in the box: Every month, you’ll receive at least one item from each meal category: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snack and Dessert. Sometimes, you’ll receive an extra treat, too
When will I get my box?  Boxes ship the first week of the month.  Please note, if your initial subscription order is placed after the 15th of any given month, your Cube will not ship on the first of the next month, but the one after that!
Can I pause my subscription?  yes, email info@cuisinecube.com and you can pause your subscription for up to 3 months
When am I billed? You are billed when you purchase, and then ever 30 days after that.
 
How do I cancel?   Email info@cuisinecube.com to cancel
 
The Box
Information Card
Cuisine Cube included a large card with all the pictures and names of the items included.  I wished there was more information about each item, but I liked the full color pictures of each item.
Quinoa “All’ Italiana” $5.80
From Pereg “Quinoa, the “mother of all grains”, is an healthy and easy food to prepare. It holds a pleasantly light, fluffy texture when cooked, with a mild and slightly nutty flavor. Mixed with Pereg’s spices, hand-picked tomatoes and carrots, create a robust and flavorful combination. The mix is easy to prepare, taking only 20 minutes. You can cook on the stove top or microwave. Voila! The perfect addition to any meal. One box is 4 servings.”
This is made with 100% natural ingredients, including carrots and tomatoes.  This looks like a really healthy dish.  I like to have new things to try for dinner.  This will be used this week.
Kyotofu Gluten Free Pumpkin Spice Muffin $10.00
This is gluten free and made with a signature rice flower blend.  My husband likes pumpkin, so he tried this.  C thought it was really soft and chewy.  It had a nice flavor but he didn’t think the nuts on top were needed.  He said he would like to have more of them.
Pangea White Corn Fusilli $6.50
This is made with 100% Italian white corn and is gluten-free, has no dyes, no additives, highly digestible,  and has low fat content.  This looks really tasty and I look forward to pasta night this week.
Freedsgoodsco Coco Brownie $3.75
Freedsgoodsco was started by Stephanie, when she found out she had an intolerance to wheat, gluten and yeast.  She also struggled with infertility and found out it could be an immune response to wheat and yeast.  She decided to create an alternative that anyone could enjoy.  5% of Freedgoods profits go to support infertility education, research and treatment.  This brownie is wonderful.  It was soft and had a great chocolate taste.
Organicasaurus Baked Organic Corn Snacks $4.11
These area  family favorite now.  They are certified organic, gluten free, non gmo, has no preservatives.  L loves the dino shapes and I love how healthy they are for him.  This are fun and free from the bad stuff.
Thatcher’s Sea Salt and Chocolate Caramel Corn $3.99
I love popcorn!  This has caramel corn, sea salt and chocolate.  What’s not to love?  This is great stuff and being gluten free is a nice bonus.
Final Thought: The total value for this box is $34.15.  Considering this is a brand new subscription box, I am really impressed with the cost/value.  I also enjoyed that there were more than just snacks in this box. There were items for breakfast (the muffin), lunch (the dino snacks), dinner (quinoa and pasta), desert (brownie) and snack (popcorn). The white corn fusilli and the quinoa all’Italia can be used in dinners this month.  This is one of the few food subscription boxes, that include some full size grocery items.  If you are interested in trying Cuisine Cube, click HERE, and use the code BOXMOMCUBE to save $5.00 on you first month.   Also, Cuisine Cube has been generous enough to give one month of Cuisine Cube to a reader.  Just enter below to get a chance to win!
Do you love Giveaways? Click HERE to enter.
Disclaimer: This box was received free for review.  My opinions are my own and I was not compensated in any way.  This post contains affiliate links.


9 Comment(s)

  1. Amy Wing, December 11, 2013:

    This is so exciting! I recently went gluten-free for health reasons, and a lot of gluten-free goodies are disappointing, but these look fabulous!

  2. brittany riley, December 12, 2013:

    This “cube” looks amazing!

  3. Robyn Donnelly, December 12, 2013:

    I would like gluten free muffins or breads like banana nut or something. The box items look great though no complaints here.

  4. Catherine LaChapelle, December 14, 2013:

    I would love to see some dairy/egg free options too!

  5. Sylvia Mayá, December 18, 2013:

    I can’t wait to try Cuisine Cube! What a cool twist on the food subscription box — part treats, part ingredients. Thanks so much for sponsoring the giveaway!

  6. Jean Eckert, December 19, 2013:

    I love sweets so I like seeing any kind of Gluten-Free sweets in the box!

  7. Deanna Carter, December 30, 2013:

    Wow! This is awesome! I would love to see some grain free/dairy free/egg free options. Thank you!

  8. MISSY MARIE, January 7, 2014:

    Gluten free crackers would be awesome.

  9. Paola, January 8, 2014:

    I would love to see a gluten free muffin or a chocolate bar! Thanks for the chance!