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Saturday, October 21, 2017



Welcome to Dunky Cup

Dunky Cup is a fun, new way to enjoy one of America’s favorite pastimes – Cookies & Milk. The super durable cup includes three pockets for cookies such as Oreos ® and a separate holder for milk, meaning no more plates to wash! It even allows you to sip milk between cookie bites by use of a clever pocket and spout design. What better way to enjoy your favorite tasty-sweet snack? Kids and adults love it, making it the perfect gift for the cookie or dessert connoisseur in your family.

• 3 cookie holder design. Great for sandwich-sized cookies such as Oreos ®
• Interior pocket holds 8oz of milk, coffee, or tea
• Extra heavy-duty and strong. Designed in the USA for a lifetime of dunking
• Food, microwave, and dishwasher safe. Made from BPA free, FDA approved plastic.
• Also works for dippable snacks such as pretzels and carrot sticks. Compatible with The Dipr ® spoon

• Material: food-grade ABS plastic
• Width: 5.4 in (13.6 cm)
• Depth: 4.4 in (11.1 cm)
• Height: 3.2 in (8.2 cm)
• Capacity: 8 fluid oz (237 ml)
• Weight: .71 lbs (.32 kg)
• Max. Cookie Size - Round: .61in thick x 2.0in dia. (15.5mm x 21.0mm)
• Max. Cookie Size - Rectangular: .61 thick x 2.0in wide x 3.0in long (15.5mm x 21.0mm x 76.2mm)
• Recommended ages: 2+
I love cookies. Growing up, cookies were one of my favorite snacks. I wasn’t too fond of Oreos (Truth be told, I’m actually still not), but I loved a few Chips Ahoy or iced Oatmeal cookies with a glass of milk.

However, the glasses we had were always the wrong shape for dunking. They were either too tall and the cookie would get too wet, crumbling into the bottom of the glass, or the cup was too narrow, and I’d have to break the cookie in half to dunk it. I finally got to the point of just eating the cookies ‘dry’ and drinking the milk to ‘wash it down.’ I STILL do it this way, unless it's a cookie like biscotti or a stroopwafel.

While I’m too old to be dunking cookies, what about future generations? Surely there HAD to be a way for today’s kids to enjoy dunking cookies in milk.

There is. Enter the Dunky Cup.

^^Stock Photo^^

The Dunky cup is designed to have your milk and cookies all in one little area. It’s no bigger than a Cool Whip or a soup bowl, but it holds 8 ounces of liquid and has 3 ‘pockets’ for cookies. This is super convenient for kids, since they can have the cookies within easy reach of their little hands.

^^What I received^^

There are TWO things I really like about this cup…
1. It’s made from heavy-duty, food-grade plastic.
Dropping things is a GIVEN with CP. It’s like I have the steadiness of a toddler (which is the MAIN reason I could never work as a waitress), so it’s not unusual for me to drop things. I have dropped this cup at least 5 times now, and not one crack in the plastic, not even in the handle.
2. It’s not just for ‘milk and cookies.’
Unless you’re a child or watching how many cookies you eat, no one I know eats just 3 cookies. You can also use this for
~Veggie sticks and dip (although 8 oz of dip might be overkill)
~Soup and crackers
~Soup and ‘sandwich sticks’ – We’ve all seen the Pinterest posts of making Grilled Cheese sticks instead of full sandwiches. The pockets on the side would easily hold 2 or 3 ‘sandwich sticks’ per pocket.

The cup is pretty simple to use; it’s just like any other cup. You will, however, have to drink from the cup while holding it in your right hand. The only problem I see disabled people having is washing it by hand, especially the pockets.

You can buy Dunky Cup from two places… Directly from the DunkyCup Website for $20.00 with Free Shipping OR Amazon for $19.77 (Prime shipping available)

This would make a perfect gift for an older toddler/young school aged child, but also a great gift for anyone who loves cookies & milk.

**As per FTC guidelines, I received this product in exchange for an honest review. Only compensation I received is the product(s) mentioned above. All opinions are my own and your usage/results may vary.**

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