Cub Snacks Monthly Subscription Box Giveaway – Cook with your Kids! – ends 11/1

Cub Snacks Monthly Subscription Box Giveaway

The older our girls get, the more they want to help in the kitchen with baking and even cleaning.
When I first heard about Cub Snacks, I thought wow, that sounds fun but how long will these baking projects take? What exactly do these projects include?
I have to say I was pleasantly surprised with what this monthly subscription box contains.
Every month you are sent new kid approved food project kit, that contains every ingredient needed to make a seriously easy and popular recipe. Yes, seriously easy 🙂
Cub Snacks snack project kits are designed to educate, entertain, BE EASY to complete but most importantly, to taste great.
Your kids will get into character by donning the chefs aprons and a custom sized kids chefs hats. You get 2 in every box.

Easy to follow picture based Recipe and Instructions guide as well as Fun Foods facts sheets and a quiz so your kids can learn more about food sourcing.


The Finished product

All finished recipes are taste tested and kid approved prior to been launched.

We make sure to design our recipes around healthy versions of the most popular fun snack foods that kids love.

We do this by REDUCING THE BAD INGREDIENTS and replacing with healthy Coconut oils (instead of bad fats), raw Honey, Gluten free Oats and unsweetened Brown rice puffs.


Options for all family budgets.

We have a one time purchase option if you want try us out or just to gift a box, and a subscription program of 1, 3 and 6 month reducing prices!

If you want to quit worrying about finding recipes online, hoping they work, avoiding bulk recipe buying and working hard to create a fun environment then this box is ideal for you. Visit for more info!

Now for the giveaway!
THREE lucky readers will have the chance to WIN a Cub Snacks box!
Just head below for your chance to enter to win!
Giveaway is open to US only and ends on 11/1 at 11:59pm Eastern.
Must be 18 to enter!
Good luck!

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  1. I think this is such a good idea. I shop at Cub Foods every week. This is a neat way for kids to learn how to cook and to have something special Moms can do with their kids. I would like to try this out for my kids.

  2. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    This is such a great idea for the children that want to help out in the kitchen. It sounds like a project that will make them feel like they have accomplished something. I love that they educate them on eating healthy

  3. I like that they offer a few subscription options. It’s also nice that they choose healthier ingredients for use in their recipes.

  4. I like that the box contains all the ingredients necessary for the project. I also like that they come with Fun Foods facts sheets and a quiz, as well as complete instructions.

  5. Jennifer M says:

    My daughter would love this! She is just starting to get interested in cooking and baking, so this would be a fun way to spend time with her. I love that the recipes are healthy too!

  6. I love this idea! My boys already love to help out in the kitchen, this would be an amazing treat for them. Plus what child doesn’t love getting packages in the mail too? I think this is a super cute idea!

  7. Great idea! Love that they try to make the recipes healthier and have some ways for kids to learn while they are cooking!

  8. molli vandehey says:

    oh wow! so many different kind of subscription boxes popping up, but this is really different. may try this in the future

  9. Jodi Hunter says:

    This is such a super cute idea. I can’t wait to try this one out.

  10. Such a unique and fun idea. My kids love to cook. This will make it so much easier and do away with the tendency to procrastinate!

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