Giveaway: Cuppow & BNTO Jar Adapters

Want to up your packed lunch, picnic, and snack game? This week, Cuppow is offering five $20 gift codes up to the Food in Jars community! Use the widget at the bottom of the post to enter!

During the winter months, I can happily spend week after week working away at my dining room table or perched at my desk (located behind the television), without feeling even a little bit restless. Many a day has passed when I haven’t so much as stepped toe outside my apartment building. But as soon as the weather begins to warm and the days lengthen, I start to feel squirrelly.

Lately, staying inside has made me feel fidgety, as if the walls of my apartment are a particularly itchy and confining wool sweater. And so, I’ve been changing my patterns and heading outside.

Some days, I only go as far as my neighborhood coffee shop or the covered concrete patio that juts off on the west side of my apartment building. Other days (far more infrequent than I’d like), I blow off work entirely and visit a friend who moved about an hour away this time last year and had a sweet baby boy back in December.

The one thing that all these outings have in common is my devotion to always packing a snack. As someone who tries to eat well most of the time but is highly susceptible to bakery cases and bags of chips at the check-out counter, being prepared is hugely helpful in avoiding temptation.

Lately, I’ve been reaching for my stash of BNTO jar adapters from Cuppow to help me pack up portable and waste-free snacks (because even when you do find a relatively virtuous snack in the world, the amount of packaging is enough to drive an environmentally minded person a little bit crazy).

On the particularly day pictured here, I filled jars with carrot sticks, apple slices, and yogurt with a dollop of quince jam. Into the BNTO adapters, I put peanut butter, hummus, and a bit of granola (embarrassingly, it was not homemade). Some homemade cold brew went into a wide mouth pint, with one of my original Cuppow lids secured on top for easy sipping.

With picnic season upon us, I encourage you all to spend a few minutes thinking about how you pack up your sandwiches, snacks, and treats. Perhaps a new BNTO or two would make the process more streamlined and less wasteful!

To that end, for this week’s giveaway, our friends at Cuppow are up five gift codes worth $20 a piece. Five lucky Food in Jars readers will each win one code to redeem over at the Cuppow website. You can choose from Cuppow lids, BNTO jar adaptors, Mason Taps, and CoffeeSocks! Use the widget below to enter.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure: Cuppow is a Food in Jars sponsor and are providing the codes for this giveaway at no cost to me. Products pictured were sent for review purposes. However, all opinions expressed here are mine alone.

Related Posts:

, , , ,

138 Responses to Giveaway: Cuppow & BNTO Jar Adapters

  1. 101
    WendP says:

    We have multiple road trips planned for the summer as well as trips to the local park and whatnot. The BNTO is a great way to minimize the number of containers in the picnic bag!

  2. 102
    Tracy Ringwell says:

    Snacks with dip and salads with dressing

  3. 103
    Maneesha Pradhan says:

    My kids will be home this would be great to send them out on their jobs and extra classes with snacks to keep them going.

  4. 104
    Jill says:

    Would be great to pack my lunches for work! And breakfasts, I pack those, too. 12 hour shifts are long and I need sustenance.

  5. 105
    Michelle Proper says:

    Perfect for picnics at the creek with my Grandsons 🙂

  6. 106
    Karine Lalonde says:

    I’d Stop spending so much money and wasting time ordering takeout almost every workday lunch with BNTO! Nutella and sablé cookies ftw!

    • 106.1
      Karine Lalonde says:

      I’d Stop spending so much money and wasting time ordering takeout almost every workday lunch with BNTO! Nutella and sablé cookies ftw!
      (Duplicated since rafflecopter can’t tell the difference between the email address I use from my Facebook only email which I have yet been able to figure out how to change.)

  7. 107
    Sarah says:

    I’d love to take a picnic hike this summer and pack some chips and salsa in a BNTO with a grain veggie salad and something sweet for dessert.

  8. 108
    Heather M says:

    I would use these packing lunches for work. My husband and I are trying to get healthy and have commuted to not eating out anymore.

  9. 109
    Janet Mack says:

    I’m thinking it would be a way to bring hummus to the beach. YUM!!

  10. 110
    P says:

    Would love to use these for lunch snacks!

  11. 111
    Deborah N. says:

    These are so cool. I would us them to make ready to go snacks in the fridge. I have two teenage boys that are always hungry. I love the idea of cut up veggies and dressing.

  12. 112
    Sarah says:

    I’d do some BNTO things! We’re about to move to more packed up snacks and lunches and I am looking forward to fun, creative solutions like this that don’t depend on a ton of tupperware.

  13. 113
    Karen Jeanne says:

    I’m all about homemade iced coffee and pink lemonade in the summer, and I’d love an easier way to tote these drinks plus lunches to work. Thanks for the giveaway!

  14. 114
    Karen Simon Peterson says:

    I’d do carrots, broccoli, etc with hummus or dip.

  15. 115
    Joanna says:

    I’d do snacks for work and home.

  16. 116
    Toyia H. says:

    I love to go on bike rides after work in the summer and bring along a dinner picnic! It’s the best antidote to being inside all day…

  17. 117
    Anne says:

    These would be great for packing snacks for day trips with my kids over the summer.

  18. 118
    Amber O says:

    Summer time lunches, outdoors of course!

  19. 119
    Kira says:

    The bnto would be perfect for cottage cheese + jam + granola snacks. Alsao refrigerator oats + fruit!

  20. 120
    Mike says:

    Looks great for heading to summer concerts!

  21. 121
    melissa says:

    I would use them to take lunch to work. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  22. 122
    Beth V. says:

    So many possibilities. ..apples and peanut butter

  23. 123
    Lydia Ruddy says:

    I will use them to take my lunch to work. And snacks!

  24. 124
    RobinS says:

    Yogurt w/fruit, veggies w/dip, salads w/croutons — all good uses for the BNTO.

  25. 125
    cat says:

    I’d use them to take lunch to work

  26. 126
    Tracey says:

    I would love to be able to take apples or bananas with peanut butter! 2 of my favorite snacks but hate having to buy the individual PB packs. Thanks for the giveaway! 🙂

  27. 127
    Esther DeWaters says:

    I would so love to have an adapter to pour my salad dressings out of the jar without spilling onto our table or making a mess

  28. 128
    Gidget Shenefield says:

    These would be so handy in my lunchs for work!

  29. 129
    Michelle says:

    Hummus or peanut butter and carrots/celery

  30. 130
    Kerry Blondheim says:

    Salads with toppings

  31. 131
    Megan says:

    I’d love these for snacks for the kids for summer trips – camping and the zoo!

  32. 132
    Anj Milner says:

    Question, would these also be good for holding a small amount of cabbage under its juices for sauerkraut? Just curious. I do love Cappow products for making my life easier.

  33. 133
    Cathy says:

    These would be great for snacks.

  34. 134
    Pete says:

    Oh, my. These would be great for setting up snacks/little meals for the rest of the day, or even a couple of days. In summer, I really dislike spending time in the kitchen when there are so many fun things to do outside. Plus, a lot of small meals are better during hot days.

  35. 135
    Kim T says:

    I would love to put healthy snacks in them for the pool visits.

  36. 136
    HS says:

    I would put lunch in it and bring it to work.

  37. 137
    Maria Cotto says:

    I’d love to put snacks in them for my lunch in the park on warm summer day.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.