Friday, May 18, 2012

Easy Portion Control with the Aardvark Strainer- Review

When I was first approached about reviewing the Aardvark Strainer I jumped on the opportunity... An easier way to make root beer floats? YES please! But when it arrived I realized there's so many more uses for this little kitchen tool. From portion control, to chilling beverages and straining olives, to single serve snack portions for the kiddos... The possibilities are endless!


About the Aardvark Strainer: It all started with root beer floats. Kids and adults alike love this classic treat, but oh, the foam! Start pouring the root beer over ice cream in a glass, and before you can say “get the paper towels!” the root beer will foam up like a volcano over the top of the glass, spilling all over creating a sticky mess. With the Aardvark™ anyone can make a float without the sticky mess.


The Aardvark was created to make perfect floats, but its uses sure don’t stop there. Expand your mind! The Aardvark will open a whole new world of possibilities, yes, even beyond the world of floats.

When you're trying to lose weight it's all about portion control, and since I've started on my weight loss journey I've come to realize how much of a pain it can be... First you have to find a measuring cup, the you have to find a strainer to rinse your fruits and veggies, then you have to get a bowl to put them in... Well, with the help of the Aardvark Strainer, portion control just got simpler!


With the Aardvark Strainer you simply measure your fruits and veggies with the cup, dump them into the strainer, rinse, then pour them back into the cup. It's so simple, and best of all you're not making a million different dirty dishes. Plus the Aardvark Strainer is dishwasher safe, so when you're all done portioning your snack just throw it into the dishwasher and you're good to go!

You can purchase the Aardvark Strainer for $9.99.

Disclosure: I was provided with the product(s) mentioned above free of charge by the company or PR representative for review purposes. I was not compensated in any other way for this post. All opinions are my own.

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