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Jul 23

Making Food Fun with FunBites!

This FunBites cutter added a new twist to my kids’ lunch today!

I did the usual routine of making sandwiches but instead of cutting triangles and squares I just took the heart-shaped cutter and placed it on the bread. With a press down and a couple rocks back and fourth, we had cute bite size triangles and hearts! My daughter was so excited to see her food in a new shape and gobbled it right up.  My husband saw the new fun item and thought he’d give it a try too!

Heart-shaped FunBites Cutter. Piece 1: Cutter. Piece 2: Pusher (use after food has been placed in cutter for easy removal)

 

Cuts even soft, thin sandwich bread!

Final Result! Perfect for my toddlers lunch!

The FunBites cutter works on fruit too!

For Fourth of July I pulled out our FunBites cutter and used it for our watermelon.  I sliced the melon and then cut the melon into the heart/triangle shapes that appears after we use it.  The kids went crazy over the shapes and it was quickly devoured.  The fruit cutting was so much easier than bread, but both were fun to do.

Watermelon slice and the FunBites cutter

Pushes through with the solid piece and places nicely on the flat surface.

Each time the clean up was easy.  We made the messiest sandwich possible, peanut butter and jelly.  I rinsed it off, got some sticky parts off with a dish brush and placed it in the dishwasher!  It was ready to use the next morning when I got it out of the dishwasher.  When I used it for the fruit the clean up was even easier.  A quick rinse and then a run through the dishwasher just like we do any other typical dish in our house.

I browsed the site and want to add the cube set to our lunch routines.  To buy either set, head over to their site where they ship to anywhere in the United States.

FunBites is hosting a giveaway for a fun bites cutter. Enter the Rafflecopter below for your chance to win. (Winner must reside in the U.S.)

*I was not compensated for this review. Any and all opinions are my own.

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1 comment

  1. Robyn E

    I would love to win this, we have a little one starting kindergarten

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