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Souper Cubes
Cookie Dough Freezer Trays

BPA-free · Dishwasher safe · Equivalent in volume to a #40 cookie scoop

  • Instructions: Fill compartments with cookie dough. Freeze. Store frozen cookie dough rounds in tray or remove and store in freezer bag. When removing, allow tray to sit on counter for 3-5 minutes for lid to warm up. This will help the dough be removed more easily
  • Extremely sturdy and easy to handle
  • Snug fitting lid keeps out freezer odors, enables easy stacking and long term storage
  • Each mold will create a 2.5" cookie, equivalent in volume to a #40 cookie scoop
  • Made in China


Two trays with two lids


11.75" x 5.75" x 2"


1.6 lbs


Tray: Food-grade BPA-free silicone, embedded steel rim; Lid: BPA-free polypropylene plastic


Dishwasher safe. Oven safe up to 415° Fahrenheit. Wash before use. Do not use in microwave


Souper Cubes

Souper Cubes was cooked up by four friends in Palo Alto, California who shared a love for soups and a dislike for food waste. Michelle and Jake Sendowski thought up the idea when wandering the prepared section of their local grocery store. They got to talking about making their own chicken soup, but since it was just the two of them there would be way too much left over. Jake thought they could freeze it, but Michelle said there was nothing useful to freeze it in. Jake searched the internet that night and Michelle was right. There was nothing. So Jake got to work building a CAD model of just what they were looking for. They then asked Jake’s friend Sasan Salek, who worked in production and sourcing, and their neighbor Shaun Saperstein, who worked in design and storytelling to join them. Together, the team created a smarter way to freeze soup, stock, broths, and sauces.