Kitchen Cube

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The Kitchen Cube is a fairly small, solid device that's made of food-safe materials and contains 19 compartments that correspond to 19 common metric and imperial cooking measurements. This square device has been created to help people who are cooking or baking measure out their ingredients without cluttering their drawers with many smaller measuring utensils. Each dishwasher-safe cube comes in five different shades, including red, teal, yellow, gray, and white, and is accompanied by a recipe book.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Kitchen Cube is $19.95 plus $3.50 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Kitchen Cube at the discounted price of only $3.50 for a total price of $26.95.

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page which was taken offline due to Kitchen Cube being discontinued. Kitchen Cube may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page which was taken offline due to Kitchen Cube being discontinued. Kitchen Cube may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.

How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Add the First Ingredient 

    When you receive your cube, you'll notice all the differently sized compartments that have been designed to hold different amounts of your chosen cooking or baking ingredients. These range from a quarter of a teaspoon to a cup in the imperial system, and from two to 120 milliliters in the metric system. To start using your cube, choose the most appropriate compartment and pour your first ingredient into it.

  2. Transfer Ingredient to Bowl

    Once your first ingredient, such as flour or sugar, is in the appropriate compartment, hold your cube over a mixing bowl and dump the ingredient in.

  3. Repeat Process (optional)

    If you need to measure and add any more ingredients to your mixing bowl, which is likely, repeat the first and second steps above to do so. You may need to use different compartments of your cube, depending on which ingredients you're adding and the quantity of each you require. If you have to reuse a compartment after more than a few minutes have passed, it's best to quickly rinse it out first so there's little to no residue from the previous ingredient left behind.

  4. Finish Cooking or Baking

    After you've used your Kitchen Cube to add all your required ingredients to your mixing bowl, continue with your cooking or baking project. Put your cube in the dishwasher for cleaning or place it near your sink so that you remember to hand-wash it with soap and water when you're finished making your meal.


  • Fairly Small

    At about the size of a coffee mug, although it's a different shape, the Kitchen Cube won't take up a great deal of space in most kitchen drawers or cupboards. Once you have one of these, you may want to give your old measuring cups and spoons to someone else, which will free up even more space for you. Furthermore, since this cube-shaped device in question is fairly compact, the vast majority of people should be able to grip it in one hand without dropping it while preparing food.

  • Durable, Food-Safe Material

    Each cube-shaped device has been made from durable material that's also food-safe. It's so durable that it'll likely survive being stepped on or dropped without incurring permanent damage. Plus, since the material is food-safe, that means you won't be exposing yourself or anyone else you cook for to toxicity by using this tool to hold your ingredients.

  • Safe for Microwave, Dishwasher

    Aside from being dishwasher safe, the Kitchen Cube is also microwave-safe, so if you need to melt an ingredient inside one of its compartments, you'll be able to do that in your microwave. Just be sure that the compartment with the melting ingredient is facing upward so that it doesn't make a mess of the appliance. When it comes to its trip through your dishwasher, you may be happy to notice that the cube won't take on lots of water in the way that a measuring cup or spoon might.

  • Built-In Egg Cracker

    One side of every cube contains a built-in egg cracker, so if you're making a dish that includes eggs, you can quickly flip the cube over and use the cracker to crack each egg. That means you won't have to crack each one against your mixing bowl, which may not be as effective at cracking eggs if it has thick, rounded edges.

Positive Points

  • Both Metric and Imperial

    The Kitchen Cube offers compartments that correspond to imperial measurements, such as cups, teaspoons, and tablespoons, and this makes it compatible with American recipes. However, if you're following a recipe from Canada, England, or another country that uses the metric measurement system, the cube will provide you with metric measurements (milliliters), too. As a result, if you're more comfortable with one system than the other, you won't have to convert each amount you have to measure in your head or with a calculator.

  • Safe for Children

    This device is safe for children to use, as it doesn't contain any sharp parts that could cut their fingers. Children also tend to be able to grip a cube more effectively than they can grip the handle of a spoon or a traditional measuring cup. If you let a child under your care use this device to measure ingredients, they may learn to eyeball common measurements more quickly than their classmates.

  • Wide Color Choice

    Instead of only coming in one shade, the Kitchen Cube comes in five different shades, so you can choose the shade that best matches the kitchenware you already have. Alternatively, if you want to start teaching a child to cook or bake, you could select a color that small children find attractive, such as bright yellow or red. People who cook extensively might even want to get a cube in every color and designate one for sugars, one for dairy products, and so on. Users will be able to get one at once or a set of two.

  • Recipe Book Included

    With every Kitchen Cube, you'll receive a recipe book you'll be able to use to whip up more than 100 good-tasting recipes that involve measuring ingredients with your cube. This book may come in handy if you're a fairly new cook and don't know where to get started.

Negative Points

  • Doesn't Measure Large Amounts

    Those people who cook or bake large batches of food at once may be disappointed that the Kitchen Cube won't measure out more than a cup of a certain ingredient at a time. If you were to need 10 cups of flour for a particular dish, measuring out 10 individual cups with this device would be possible. On the other hand, though, you might be better off using a larger measuring cup, if efficiency and speed are your priorities.


  • For Food Only

    You must only use your Kitchen Cube to measure out food-safe ingredients, even though it might look like the perfect tool for you to use to measure out other substances. It might be tempting to use it for substances like glue for crafts or play sand for kids, but even if you cleaned it well afterward, trace amounts of those substances could be left behind. That means you'd run the risk of adding those non-edible substances to dishes that are prepared with the same cube in the future.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Kitchen Cube online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Kitchen Cube online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.


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