Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Like your Keurig? You'll Love your K-Caps!

Reuse your Keurig K-Cups!

Are you wondering what that little disk-like item is? I think it looks like one of the coolest inventions ever!!! It's called a K-Cap. Is that enough explanation? I didn't think

A K-Cap is a handy-dandy little gizmo that allows you to re-use the K-Cups in a Keurig brewer! I am so very excited to try these! I adore my Keurig, but I don't adore having to purchase a new box of K-Cups every couple of weeks at a cost of about .50 a K-Cup! The coffee is good, and of course, it's a lot less expensive than going to the 'Bucks, but I can buy a bag of Dunkin' Dark and brew it for a lot less than .50 a cup!

And then along came the K-Cap. This wonderful invention actually allows you to remove the foil cap of a K-Cup, carefully rinse it out, refill it, and then cap it and brew fresh coffee. Amazing!! I have always hated watching the waste as I drop those K-Cups into the trash can after a single cup of coffee is brewed, and I am completely enthralled with the idea of re-using them in such a simple way!

If you are a Keurig user like me, this is definitely a concept to investigate. You can purchase the K-Caps in several different quantities by visiting their website. The website itself is great, too. You can read the specifics on the K-Cap, view a video that explains them even better, or even learn how your blog can earn you free K-Caps to try.

I can't wait to give these a whirl. When I receive them, I will post about them and tell you how much I love them, because I know I will. :-) In the meantime, please visit K-Caps. If you love your Keurig, I bet you are going to be as excited about them as I am!!


Annie Jones said...

I thinks those are going to be awesome for you!!!

I use a Senseo instead and love being able to make just one cup at a time. I have refillable/reusable pods for it; if I hadn't found those I know I wouldn't still be using it. Those throwaway single use pods are just too expensive.

Beth said...

I still have a Keurig on my wish list :) I have priced the K-cups so I know how expensive they are. I'm glad they have invented something to help offset the cost.

Annie Jones said...

There was a Keurig ad for some store in yesterday's paper. (I think it was Kohl's or maybe Bed, Bath & Beyond). It looked like there might be a reusable basket you can get for them now. I'm not sure, but that's what it looked like in the picture.