Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Back to School Shopping Guide: FunBites Giveaway! - CLOSED!


A while back I did a review for FunBites!  They are great food cutters that I really can't live without!  I cut up so much food for my kids and the daycare toddlers with these fun cutters!  The kids love have their food cut into bite sized pieces and fun shapes.  I love how easy they are to use and clean!  You can read my full review here.
FunBites are great for Back to School time, because they make preparing lunch for your kiddos easier and more fun!  I love sending Bella bite-sized pieces of cantaloupe and watermelon and with FunBites, it's super easy to cut them up and throw in a container for her lunch.  She's getting healthier options and as I said earlier, FunBites are super easy to use and clean!  (They are top-rack dishwasher safe.)

 BUY IT:

You can purchase FunBites here!  They are priced at $12.99 each or you can purchase both for $22!

WIN IT:

Thanks to FunBites, one lucky Adventures of a Thrifty Mommy reader will win a FunBites cutter of their choice! Click "Read more" and follow the Rafflecopter directions to enter. 

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it  on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally  and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.   


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72 comments:

ReggieMann said...

I think this would be great for Canteloupe & Honeydew Melon

Katrina said...

this would be great with some cheeses

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Kris said...

peanut butter and jelly sandwich!

Kate said...

Maybe pizza?

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Jennifer said...

pancakes
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HannahAchrissmile said...

watermelon!

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helpful heather said...

umm watermelon? heather.loftus@aol.com

daivabaum said...

Cantaloupe
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deanna said...

sandwiches!
xoxo

Caitlin McClure said...

sammiches!

Jessica Rose said...

Hmm..... A sandwich!

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sgregory0714 said...

My sons sandwiches for school!

Shelley P said...

a cheese or pb sandwich

ani hearts japan said...

I think it would be fun with sandwiches or pancakes.

shebebes said...

GRILLED CHEESE SANDWICHES :)

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(SHAYNA B.)

costana said...

Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches Costana78@gmail.com

Lindsey Gain said...

quesadillas

Jayme said...

I'd use it with cheese, fruits, & sandwhiches!

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Kristy Thiel said...

bananas!

Danielle said...

These look like they would be so great for fruits and cheese!
Oh, and maybe some veggies- like squash and then the kiddies would eat them!
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Sarah said...

Sliced cheese would be fun to cut!

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Nat said...

Kiwi or Apples.
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Denise said...

Do you think it's strong enough to cut fudge into smaller under-my-daily-calorie-budget sizes?

Erika P. said...

Summer sausage and cheese.

rpatrick1 said...

I think my daughter would love watermelon with these!

Betsy said...

fruit and sandwiches

Teh Doll said...

pb&j

Laura @ Mrs. in the Making said...

I've been seeing these awesome little funbites all over the internet lately... the Mr likes a PB&J sammie in his lunch EVERY DAY and I get so bored of making him the same thing... one of these would be so fun to change it up a little bit!

Kristi S said...

Sandwiches!
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Christina said...

Watermelon!

Amy V said...

i'd love trying it with good old pb&j

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dispatcher_kristy said...

lots of stuff like sandwiches, toast, cheese, fruit

Austin Baroudi said...

Canteloupe for my little girl! She loves it!

Shannon Romein said...

I'd use it to cut cheese sandwiches for my son

Kendra Warstler said...

PB&J sandwiches for my little ones

Naomie said...

Sandwiches.

degood said...

I would love to cut jelly sandwiches with this.

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Yummy Boy Mummy said...

I'd like to use it on block cheese.

Rhonda M.

Erica C. said...

I think this would be fun for pizza.
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Melissa said...

Sandwiches
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Tamar said...

PB&J Sandwiches

C.P. said...

I'd love to cut some fun shapes out of watermelon slices and sandwiches!
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Mercedes said...

I'd use it on canary melons!

Nicole said...

Watermelon!

CaseyCG said...

I would use for sandwich pieces. I can't get kids to eat any kind, this might help.

Jen H said...

I would use it to cut cheese cubes & sandwiches, pretty much whatever it would cut.. my kids are so picky & hopefully that would help

thescreamingmeme said...

tofu! and sandwiches!

Jen said...

Melon, cheese, maybe a sandwich?

paula michele said...

Grilled cheese or peanut butter sandwiches!

Paula Michele Hafner

Marianna said...

Apples and cheese

Valerie Taylor Mabrey said...

think it would be fun to use for jello but also grilled cheese
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Anonymous said...

I think it'd be funny to cube up some cookies or brownies, but I'm sure I'd at least use it on apples.
-Mike S.

Mommy 2 Monkeys said...

I'd use it on the kids peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.

Country Cookin' Mama said...

bananas!
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drake14 said...

Watermelon! Honestly I'm now craving some watermelon, haha.

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wwe11 said...

pb & jelly
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Jennafer211 said...

Maybe if I use this on meatloaf my nephew would eat it. Thanks!

Eliz said...

Sandwhiches!! Tempt the kids to eat with different shapes!!

frecklefacecakes said...

melon, cheese, sandwiches..

MELINA said...

I would like to cut peanut butter and jelly sandwiches

Gianna said...

Pancakes.

Victoria said...

Looks like it would be great for fruit

Nicole B said...

I'd like to use these for sandwiches, also for meat & cheese bites for my kiddos school lunches! Thanks!

Melanie Montgomery said...

Use this to make sandiwches to pack lunches.

Anne N. said...

Sandwiches and watermelon!

susansmoaks said...

this would be great for appetizers, they would be cute sandwiches
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Erica Heft said...

I would use this on my son's sandwiches for day care! How fun!

Jenny18286 said...

This would be great for sandwhiches - first thought that came to mind was pb&j!

brendaelsner said...

I would use this for peanut butter and jelly sandwiches!

Hoa said...

Sandwiches and pancakes

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Sherry Conrad said...

Cheese, melon, sandwiches.

laurasloves said...

I would use it for my son and daughter's lunches for school.
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