Monday, December 5, 2011

FunBites Review and Giveaway! - CLOSED!


Sam is a picky eater.  He only eats certain foods and when he's presented with something out of his norm, he pushes the plate away without even trying it.  I was given two FunBites cutters to review: Cube It! and Luv It!  I was anxious to give them a try.  I made Sam and Bella cheese quesidillas for dinner aka "shells and cheese" (per my children).  I pulled out the FunBites and used Cube It! for Sam's dinner and Luv It! for Bella's dinner and they were so excited to have their food cut into fun shapes!  There wasn't a bite left on either of their plates!  I've tried using the FunBites numerous times and my kids think that they are getting a special treat every time I use them!  It makes their food fun!  Sam is more willing to try new foods when I use the FunBites cutters instead of just serving it to him without the fun shapes.
I love using the FunBites to cut up thier pancakes into bite sized pieces.  It's much easier than cutting with a knife and the kids enjoy their meal more!  This is a great product that I would highly recommend to moms with picky eaters!

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47 comments:

eclairre said...

I think it would work well with melon.

Kris said...

This is so cute! My daughter would love me to cut her peanut butter and jelly sandwich with this!

Tara Oliver said...

very cute! I think I'd do cheese with it instead of buying the expensive shaped cheese. thanks for the giveaway!

Kate said...

I like your quesadilla idea but I'd like to try cutting things like cucumbers or green peppers with it to make them more appealing...haha!

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leanne_mac said...

Sandwiches and pancakes!
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m&msmommy said...

I would use it for pretty much everything my daughter eats! :) She is in a horrible habit of not chewing up her food, so I think this would be a neat, creative way to help! :)

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jmcghee2024 said...

pizza!
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orangefukurou said...

I would use this for sandwich
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•´.¸¸.•¨¯`♥Kat F.♥´¯¨•.¸¸.´• said...

Cute! We'd use this for sandwiches mostly.
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alena said...

i would cut sandwiches for my daughter
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Anonymous said...

sandwich i think

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Heidi said...

I would try it on French toast.

noreen said...

Pancakes

pridelandmama said...

i would love to cut pancakes
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Isaiahsmom said...

My son has Autism and has issues with food. I am hoping maybe this would make it fun and that it would help us with his eating. I would use anything and everything like bread, cheese, lunchmeat and anything else I can think of. Maybe a baked cake or more.

wallindeb said...

i would love to cut pancakes
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Chip said...

This is awesome!!! Quesadillas and pancakes would be number one here - Jill L
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Suzanne said...

I'd try it on apples and sandwiches.

C said...

We would use it daily with our kids sandwiches they take to daycare!

sarah buki said...

pb and j!
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Dealsfan32 said...

Apples and pancakes
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AmberFaith said...

Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches!

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lisa said...

Sandwiches

Anonymous said...

Sandwiches
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Melissa said...

These are so cute! We'd definitely use them with cheese. We buy the Sargento sticks because we don't like the processed *feel* of the other sticks and I could buy a brick and use these instead. What a money saver!

Emily said...

Pancakes, French Toast, Sandwiches, the possibilities are endless!

degood said...

I would like to cut french toast for my kids with it.

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Donna said...

I would use it to cut grilled cheese
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Stephanie said...

Our sandwiches!

Brittany said...

waffles!
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Jennifer Candanosa said...

Peanut butter and Jelly's. So cute!

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Tracy D said...

Sandwiches, fruit, cheese, wow, so many things you could use this product on...My grandkids will love eating lunch at grandma's, lol

mummytotwoboys said...

Sandwiches, cheese, pancakes and waffles I think :)

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Christin said...

cheese!

Robin Blankenship said...

Grilled Cheese


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Mandy said...

sandwiches!

Mandy Kauffman said...

I'd cut my son's sandwiches with this! Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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Stacey P (cosaver213) said...

PB & J's.

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Jessica said...

I would love to ure this with watermelon.

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Alena T said...

sandwiches

Shannon said...

Pancakes, veggies, ham, and cheese! :)

Shannon F.

esluka said...

My son is a Cheese-a-holic! We would have fun cutting up all sorts of foods!

Beckeesdeals said...

Pancakes would be fun to cut up with these.
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collegestudentfreebies said...

cheese!!

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Trista Z said...

love the cubes - would cut salami sandwiches hehe

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Deal Dishin' Momma said...

pancakes would be cool with this!

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The Dawson Family said...

sandwich!!!