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Snackeez review

June 16, 2014 Sarah Coggins
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Do your kids beg you for products they see in commercials? We’ve started to reach that point which is why I was happy to get the opportunity to review Snackeez for free.

Snackeez All-in-One Snacking Solution

Snackeez (if you’ve missed those commercials with the catchy jingle) is an all-in-one snack/drink cup. It holds a 16oz drink along with 4oz of a snack in a separate compartment that attaches to the top and features a lid. Sip your drink through the straw. Flip the lid to enjoy your snack. Easy for kids of all ages to use.

After removing our Snackeez from the packaging and washing the pieces (very easy – overall cup, snack cup plus straw and all are dishwasher top rack safe), Dylan was anxious to fill it and give it a try. His choice? Blackberries and water.

Snackeez All-in-One Snacking Solution

As a parent, I do like the all-in-one design. Often he’s trying to juggle a cup plus a snack and will drop or spill something. With Snackeez, he simply has to hold the one container and can enjoy both easily. I also appreciate how easy it is to clean.

If you are interested in purchasing Snackeez¬†for your family, visit the Snackeez website or check your local stores. We’ve spotted them in Target and Walgreens. Snackeez retails for $9.99 and comes in 4 color combinations.

Note: I was provided with a free Snackeez cup for review. The opinions expressed are are strictly my own.

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