Cuisine Cube Gluten Free Subscription Box Review – Nov 2014
Cuisine Cube is a gluten-free subscription box that specializes in pantry/meal items. (A lot of food subscription boxes are more snack oriented, so this is a nice change for me).
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Cuisine Cube
The Cost: $34.99 a month (or $29.99 a month with 6-month subscription)
The Products: Gluten-free grocery items.
Ships to: US
Each box comes with a card detailing each of the items included.
Moon Rabbit Foods Pie Dough Mix – Value $10
I don’t bake often, but I’m pretty excited about this gluten-free pie dough mix! (It gets excellent reviews on Amazon). Pumpkin Pie is my favorite Thanksgiving food ever, and for the past few years I’ve been eating a crustless version, so I’m excited to get back to the real thing!
I can’t find this baked brittle online for sale, so I’m estimating the value. It’s made with milk so I couldn’t try it, but my husband loved it!
ParmCrisps – Value $4.75
Olivia’s Gluten Free Stuffing in Rosemary and Sage – Value $6.50
My husband loves cheese crisps so these were gone almost immediately!
This stuffing is great. (I should also mention that this box arrived before Thanksgiving – I’m just terribly behind on the review). I think it was a great item to include in a November box, and it’s dairy free as well with almost no sugar. (This is particularly impressive since most gluten free breads tend to have added sugar).
Jules Cornbread Mix – Value $10
Jac’s Pumpkin Pecan Muffin – Value $2.50
I’ve tried other Jules mixes before, and I like that they don’t include dairy in the mix – you can add your own milk and butter or milk and butter alternative. I think I’ll make this to serve with chili soon!
This Pumpkin Pecan muffin was a perfect treat for me – almost everything in November that is made with pumpkin spice and looks delicious contains gluten, dairy, or both, so this was such a win! (It’s made with almond milk and tastes delicious). I think I may order more items from their online bakery too. (Their bagels and soft pretzels look amazing).
Verdict: This box has a value of about $40 – that’s higher than the cost of the box (which is impressive for a gluten free food box), and much better than the value of the September box I reviewed. I hope that means the boxes will continue to have a value like this. I’m also really impressed with the curation – most of the brands are new to me, and everything is high quality. (I also really appreciate the mix of sweet/snack items with pantry staple items).
What do you think of the November Cuisine Cube?