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.

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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.

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138 Responses to Giveaway: Cuppow & BNTO Jar Adapters

  1. 51
    Michelle C says:

    I’d use it to pack snacks for work! So convenient!

  2. 52
    Chrissy says:

    A few years ago, I used to drive quite a distance to work. I always packed a bag with finger food snacks like cereal squares, granola bars, juices, cheese and crackers, I called it my “I might starve bag.”

  3. 53
    Katie says:

    I would love to use the inserts to hold dips for my children’s lunches, such as peanut butter to dip celery sticks in.

  4. 54
    Connie says:

    Iced coffee to-go and yogurt with granola.

  5. 55
    heather says:

    I would love these for the summertime for my kids snacks!

  6. 56
    jennifer says:

    We would make good use of them for snacks at all my boys’ baseball games!

  7. 57
    Ashley says:

    I currently love using the inserts to pack veggies and dip for lunch.

  8. 58
    Jan Elmore says:

    I love using jars for my lunches. I like to make a fuss to get a nice lunch but if it tips over on the way to work or spills in my bag…that’s not good. I’m thinking I could really use jar inserts in my daily routine. Thanks for the offer!

  9. 59
    Sarah says:

    Oh man, I could see these being totally useful for my veggie & dip habit. It’s a lunch go-to for me.

  10. 60
    Michele says:

    What a nifty invention. Admire your healthy snacking forethought.

  11. 61
    Sue Ellen DeCesare says:

    They would be great for salad dressings and leftovers. Great for on the go. Also great presents for your loved ones who work.

  12. 62
    Courtney says:

    Hummus and carrots! Clever idea!

  13. 63
    harper says:

    Cold brew or Kombucha… Loving the granola and yogurt… so many options! 🙂

  14. 64
    Chela says:

    These would be great for any and all lunches!!

  15. 65
    Anna says:

    These are such perfect little adapters but I haven’t pulled the trigger and bought any yet!

  16. 66
    Kat says:

    Adapters for picnics! The perfect use! I love my cuppow top, use it all the time for my morning tea. Thanks!

  17. 67
    Jemimah says:

    This is awesome! I’ve loved these products for a while now! This is the perfect time of year to use these. With all the outdoor activities like sporting events, picnics and bike rides these would make the perfect waste free accessories for my lifestyle!!

  18. 68
    katklaw777 says:

    Dips for my fresh homegrown veggies…hummus and veggies…peanut butter and celery/apples and all things delish!

  19. 69
    Melanie says:

    I love the idea of using this to hold dressing for salad in a jar!

  20. 70
    Lolo says:

    I like using Cuppow for cereal … my grains go in the glass compartment and my yogurt or almond milk go into the little cup. I also have an amazing salted caramel recipe that I oour into the jar and add the sipper lid. I can pour it right out when it’s warm to drizzle over desserts. It’s ingenius!

  21. 71
    Kate R. says:

    Love Cuppow!

  22. 72
    Elisha Pettit says:

    My friend has discovered she needs several small meals during the day because of her blood sugar levels. These would be perfect for her!!

  23. 73
    Dianne V says:

    These would be great for picnics.

  24. 74

    Picnics, travel, endurance rides and holding snacks for our little one!

  25. 75
    Liz says:

    I have celiac disease, so it’s sometimes hard to find safe, gluten free food for me. I always feel better having some snacks with me just in case. These would be great for that!

  26. 76
    Anita E says:

    this would actually make me pack a healthier alternative instead of grabbing whatever junk is at work!

  27. 77
    Susan Clay says:

    These look like such a fun way to pack picnics and snacks! I would love to try these out!

  28. 78
    courtney a says:

    What a great idea for summer picnics!

  29. 79
    Lola says:

    I would heat up chili in a mason jar and use the cup for the shredded Cheddar cheese to put on top.

  30. 80
    Heather says:

    I pack my lunch for work every day. These would b3 amazing for that!

  31. 81

    I’d use them for salads and dressings for me and cereal and milk for the kids!

  32. 82
    Jamie says:

    I think I should try them for my kids lunch. Get them to eat more veggies with dip.

  33. 83
    Alison Y says:

    I would love the adapters for peanut butter, hummus, etc

  34. 84
    mandy says:

    I could see these working great for my son this summer. If I had some of these, he might even let me start packing his lunch again. I could see vegesticks, lettuce wraps with meat and dippers.. He is a fan of salads as well. Yes, this could put me back on his lunch maker track! I’d sure be a happy mama.

  35. 85
    Linda says:

    Love iced tea in Mason Jars with drinking lids!

  36. 86
    Madeleine says:

    Lovely! My brother in law just tagged me in a post on Facebook about reusing the little fruit or applesauce cups for this!

  37. 87
    kacy says:

    work lunch so I don’t spend $$ on so so cart food!

  38. 88
    Sue D says:

    I would definitely use the BNTO jar adapters to take along peanut butter and hummus for my fruits and veggies when I am out and about.

  39. 89
    Becks says:

    To take my homemade New Orleans Iced Coffee on the go! It’s brewed with chicory, cut with whole milk, absolutely delicious. After trying it for the first time at Blue Bottle Coffee in San Francisco and subsequently finding instructions for brewing on their website, it’s my favorite treat to welcome summer!

  40. 90
    Priscilla says:

    Lunch and snacks! Cute!

  41. 91
    yarnmule says:

    Mmmm, hummus and carrots.

  42. 92
    Kathy says:

    These would help me think about new ways to pack school lunches.

  43. 93
    Jennifer McLean says:

    now that it’s finally warming up I want to switch back to protein smoothies in the morning, power up the protein to lose weight. So I’d love to transform a mason jar to a smoothie sipper.

  44. 94
    Darla says:

    I would like to pack carrot and celery sticks with some low cal dip. Also granola and yogurt.

  45. 95
    Kim Wood says:

    These would be great for summer picnics!

  46. 96
    Carmen says:

    Ooooh, how awesome. Would love to have these beauts!

  47. 97
    Ruth says:

    These would be great for chips, veggies, and guacamole!

  48. 98
    Brenda C says:

    These are great!

  49. 99
    Kelly says:

    Definitely for a picnic – I like that idea. Especially for salad dressing / salads in a jar.

  50. 100
    Robin Chesser says:

    I can put them into use by using them on our long health walks, we’d carry our snacks and beverages in them!

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