Are Bubs matzo balls?

Not quite. Bubs are made from panko breadcrumbs which gives them an incredibly fluffy consistency and rich flavor. They are inspired by the beloved matzo ball, but elevated to create a whole new kind of soup accessory.

What’s in the bag?

Bubs are sold as a pre-mixed dry powder. We have carefully formulated the Bubs dry mix with precise proportions of only the essential key ingredients to create a Bub with the perfect texture and flavor.

Do Bubs arrive prepared?

Nope, you’ll need eggs and oil. We could ship those to you, but it’d be expensive. We’re confident you can find them at your local grocery store.

Bubs freeze super well. So if you don't want to prep them every time you want to enjoy some enhanced soup, just make a big batch and store them in the freezer.

Learn how to prepare your Bubs here: How to Make Bubs

What about the soup?

Bubs are designed to be compatible with any type of soup. Matzo balls are traditionally enjoyed in chicken soup, but we don't limit ourselves to tradition. Bisques, chowders, stews, and consommes all pair beautifully with Bubs.

Here are some soup recipes we love: MMM SOUP!!

Are Bubs Kosher?

Well, all the underlying ingredients are certified as kosher, so almost definitely, yes. But Bubs haven't been blessed by a rabbinic agency yet. If you keep kosher, maybe hang tight until we can get the endorsement of a certified clergyman.

Are Bubs Kosher for Passover?

Definitely not. Regular matzo balls are for Passover. Bubs are for the other 357 days of the year.

Are Bubs Gluten-Free?

Definitely not, they are gluten-FULL!

But we would never forget about the gluten-free population. We are hard at work on a gluten-free version.

I'm Not Jewish

That's not a question! But don't worry, most people aren't. While Bubs are inspired by Jewish cuisine, they are a proudly secular treat.