Monday, March 24, 2014

Cuisine Cube Review & Giveaway

I was so excited to receive the March 2014 Cuisine Cube in the mail.  Who doesn't like to receive packages, especially when they are full of gluten free goodies?

So how does Cuisine Cube work?

You can order a monthly subscription for $29.99 a month.  Shipping is free and you can cancel at any time.  A Cuisine Cube will arrive at your door each month filled with gluten free breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack, and dessert items.  You can order a subscription for yourself, or give the gift of hand-picked, foodie-tested gluten free groceries to a friend or family member.  


I love the handy one page sheet that came in the box.  On one side, it has information about the all the products contained in the Cuisine Cube.  


On the flip side, it shows pictures of each item.  


I am really excited to try the GalloLea Barbecue Pizza Mix, especially after reading a great review from Shauna Ahern on her blog glutenfreegirl.com.  


The March Cuisine Cube also included Oven Baked Organics Pancake Mix, Saffron Road Lemongrass Basil Simmer Sauce, Euforia Triple Delight Cake, Zero Grano Crackers, and Sun Cups Dark Chocolate Sunflower Butter Cups.  


We sampled three of the items for lunch the day after we received our Cuisine Cube.  


The Zero Grano Crackers were a huge hit with my whole family and are the best gluten free crackers I have ever eaten.  In some ways, they remind me of a Saltine, but they were way better!  I especially loved the slight hint of rosemary they had.  I will definitely be buying this product in the future.  One great feature of Cuisine Cube is that you can visit the Stock Up page on their website to purchase more of the products you love.  


My family enjoyed the Sun Cups, but the Euforia Triple Delight Cake was the dessert we were all wishing we had more of.  The taste and texture of this cake were just amazing!  


Cuisine Cubes are a great way to try a variety of new and different gluten free products.  You can visit their website here.  

So would you like to win the May Cuisine Cube?

How it works:

Each person can be entered into this giveaway 5 times via Rafflecopter.  

One winner will be picked randomly, via Rafflecopter, based on valid entries.

The giveaway is only open to people living in the continental United States.

The winner will appear here when the giveaway ends and will be contacted by me.  If the winner does not respond within 48 hours, a new winner will be chosen.  Winner = Jacklyn Novak

I was given my Cuisine Cube to review, but the opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.  

Discount Code -- If you would like to order a Cuisine Cube, you can use the discount code GFINORLANDO5 to receive $5 off.  The code is good until May 31, 2014.  





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11 comments:

  1. Very interesting - I'm always looking for new products - particularly crackers, rolls, pizza-related products.

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  2. Thanks for the contest! I would love to try out new gluten free products. I am new to Gluten free so would love to see what is out there.

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  3. I would love to try new GF products. That cake looks yummy!

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  4. Cariolyn RutigliasnoMarch 24, 2014 at 7:27 PM

    I was thinking of signing up for their automatic delivery, but was waiting to see what more people thought of their products. This would be the perfect opportunity to find out for myself. I am still learning, so a variety of products for different types of meals or snacks would be great in a box.

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  5. Pizza please. And the crackers look yummmm

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  6. I'd love to Grainnassance Mochi, Explore Asian pastas and new products!

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  7. I would love some good crackers, none of the ones I've tried so far have even come close to a good old ritz or saltine cracker.

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  8. I would love to see some Chebe mixes and blends as well as asian pastas! :)

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  9. I love to try new products-especially cookies and crackers

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  10. Great review! I was subscribed to the Guru service but finally stopped. So many of their products included soy so I couldn't eat them. I have to say, though, that I discovered quite a few products that I still get from first becoming acquainted with them via their box. I'm game for just about anything... as long as it doesn't include meat or soy.

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  11. I would love to try this out and see if it would be something I'd want to receive monthly.

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