Sunday, March 11, 2012

FunBites Review & Giveaway!


FunBites is a kitchen tool you can use to cut up food into fun-shaped bite-sized pieces.  The product was created by a mom who had a child who was a picky eater.  I can definitely relate to that!  The cutters are BPA free and made in the USA.  There are two shape options for FunBites~ the Cube It! and the Luv It! 

I received a Luv It! cutter to try out.  My daughter loved the pink color.  The cutter feels quite solid for its small size. It definitely seems sturdy.  The easy to grab handles make it easy for anyone to use.  It's a fun tool for your little kitchen helpers. FunBites comes with two pieces.  To use you first place the FunBites cutter on top of your food.  Then grab the handles and rock it back and forth.

Insert the "popper top" next and push down to pop out the pieces of food that are now in fun triangle, semi-circle and heart shapes.  It's nice that there is no need for your own hands to touch the food again and its pretty much mess free.  I did first use it on a peanut butter & jelly sandwich, so the cutter itself did need to be cleaned, but it was mess free on my hands. The cutter is best if hand-washed, but it is top-shelf dishwasher safe.

This sandwich was shared with my daughter.  She quickly gobbled the fun shapes up and Mommy got the crust.  Yesterday morning we made pancakes, so I had to try it out on them.  We always have to cut up pancakes anyway we might as well make it fun!  The heart shapes makes it so sweet too. 


FunBites makes cutting food into small pieces quick for you and fun for your child. It's a definite win-win!

FunBites recently entered the Walmart Get On The Shelf contest.  If you'd like to be able to purchase this product in a store near you please vote. You can vote daily through the link above or by texting 3402 to 383838.

FunBites is also offering all readers free shipping with any purchase when you use promo code MarchMadness.

The Giveaway: Thanks to FunBites one lucky winner will a FunBites Luv It! cutter of their own to use. 

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64 comments:

  1. nope, no picky eaters here. but we would still enjoy this product.

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  2. I have 3 out of 5 picky eaters. I'd use it on anything that could be cut, sandwiches, pancakes, waffles, french toast etc.
    houseofchaos@metrocast.net

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  3. I do.. I would use it on sandwiches first.

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  4. My daughter does not eat crust, so this will help me with having no crust and getting her to eat more different foods.

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  5. I would just love to try it with bread and thin cheese to make meal time more fun for my toddler.

    ykatrina at hotmail dot com

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  6. I don't have any picky eaters. I think that the Funbites cutter would be fun to use. I would use them on grilled cheese sandwiches.

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  7. I do have a picky eater. I would use the Funbites on toast, sandwiches, and I might even sneak in a piece of cheese or two

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  8. I have 2 picky eaters in my family! I would use them to cut cheese slices :) Thank you for the giveaway!

    - lablogs@yahoo.com

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  9. No real picky eaters here, but they do love shapes and different ways of being served foods. I can see this being used on sandwiches, pancakes, hot dogs, hamburgers, chicken...pretty much ANYthing!

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  10. I would use it for sandwiches to send in his lunch.
    mintstatesportswear(at)juno(dot)com

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  11. Yes, my son can be very picky. I would probably use this on his favorite pb&j sandwiches!

    joditrinklein at gmail.com

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  12. no picky eaters here. i would use it for sandwiches

    catherine0807 at hotmail dot com

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  13. I would use it for sandwiches

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  14. My little one isn't too picky. I would use it on sandwiches

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  15. I sure do .. I would use this on his sandwiches..


    dollhousecreation(at)gmail(dot)com

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  16. My son is very picky. I would use this on sandwiches, and veggies if I could figure out a way to do it.

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  17. My son is the picky one who will not eat sandwiches. Maybe he will now!

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  18. I'd love to use it for parties. What a convo piece!

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  19. I have a great niece that I keep. She would love for me to use these on her food.

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  20. I have a picky eater (my 3.5 year old) and I have 17 month old twins who often need some encouraging. :)

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  21. My kids aren't too picky luckily but they do enjoy when I make their food fun. I'd use this to make neat lunches for them

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  22. My daughter is 16 but would still love this. She would think its "funky".

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  23. A huge yes to that! My kids would love pb and j sandwiches with these tho!

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  24. will it work on fruit?cus that would be fun

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  25. I would try the cutter on slices of melon...so excited to try it!!

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  26. I don't have a picky eater. I will use the Fun Bites on sandwiches :)

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  27. yes there is a picky eater. I will probably use the fun bites on bananas!

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  28. Christina - xristya@rock.com - No picky eater yet, but I'd try it on bread and all kinds of fruits!

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  29. I don't have a picky eater but I do still think that it would be fun to cut the food up into fun shapes.

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  30. My son is a very picky eater and I hope this would make it more fun to try to get him to eat more.

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    1. I think they would be good to use on sandwiches, because he does not like the crust.

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    2. I think it would be fun to use on cucumbers, squash, etc.

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  32. my kid bro :)
    potatoes, cookies, nuggets :)

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  33. We are all picky eaters in my house. This would be fun!
    ericacarnes(at)gmail(dot)com

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  34. My kids are very picky eaters.
    I would use them on fruit and sandwiches.
    shawnac68@hotmail.com

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  35. grandkids are picky and i want to try grilled cheese
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  36. My son is so picky so I would use this on burgers and chicken sandwiches!

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  37. YES! My son eats nothing. no fruits, no veggies, only bread and cheese.
    Tam S. Rafflecopter

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  38. Oh, and we'd use this on sandwiches. I mean, that's all he eats, after all.

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  39. Melanie MontgomeryMarch 25, 2012 at 8:50 AM

    Yea, we do!



    clarkmurdock@yahoo.com
    Melanie Montgomery

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  40. my son is the picky one, he would love this!

    christinejessamine at hotmail dot com

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  42. no picky eaters i would use this on fruit..i love this

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  43. I don't have a picky eater and I would use theses on sandwiches.

    Desiree Dunbar
    desireedunbar@hotmail.com

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  44. I am the picky one lol, but that is a cool gadget lots of uses for it too. sandwiches first ...

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  45. My son is picky, I would use it to make sandwiches.

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  46. My son is picky, I would use it to make sandwiches!

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  47. Would utilize the materials to use cuttable stackable finger foods.

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  48. yup! and we'd use the cutters on turkey!

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  49. somewhat picky I'll use it on sammies!

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  50. No picky eaters here, but I would love to use this product to make some fun lunches!

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  51. Not a picky eater, but I think it would be fun to make some unique school lunches to pack for my son.

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  52. I have a finky eater, I would love to try this on all sorts of things, the ideas ran through my head, sandwiches, pancakes, fruits and more!

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  53. No picky eaters! But I think we could have some good fun with this :)

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  54. My daughter likes sandwiches but she always messes it up so this would be very handy to have and bread won't be wasted!

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  55. BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.comMarch 25, 2012 at 8:22 PM

    My kids aren't picky eaters, but I would use it on sandwiches!
    BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  56. Yes, cheese and almond bread.Gluten free.
    spcale at yahoo dot com

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  57. Ours aren't too picky but this will make lunch more fun

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  58. My son is a picky eater. Looks great for grilled cheese.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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