Monday, August 10, 2015

Funbites is YOUR Solution to Make School Lunches FIN! (review and giveaway)

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this product, free of charge,from Funbites, for review purposes on this blog. No other compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it

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Do yo have a child starting pre-school or Kindergarten this Fall?

Photo courtesy of Funbites Pinterest Page

If so, you may be interested in this new Back to School item, that can make lunch FUN!

funbites set 1

Funbites is the fun kitchen gadget that cuts food into bite-sized shapes that help kids get excited about eating, and about taking their lunch to school!

funbites set 2

Funbites comes in a 2 piece set, unlike cutters you may have seen at the grocery store. You get the base cutter, with handy push guides on each side, and a top popper, to help push the pieces out of the cutter, in case they get stuck!

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As a sample,I made one of Miss Grace's favorite snacks, peanut butter on a flour tortilla, then folded over to make a sandwich. As you can see, the Funbites cutter fits perfectly over half of the fajita size folded over tortilla. Then you press down on the cutter.

funbites in action 2

As you can see, the cutter goes all the way down, but it semi seals the tortilla, so the popper section is helpful to push the triangles out. Easy peasy!/

Before: folded tortilla
After: fun bite size triangles that are quick and easy to eat!

Miss Grace scarfed them up and asked for another!

funbites cutters

The Funbites cutter also works on fruit, veggies, regular sandwiches, quesadillas and even 
It is BPA free and dishwasher safe!It comes in the 6 primary colors- red, yellow, orange, blue, green and violet. And in 3 designs: hearts (10 bites), squares (12 bites), and triangles (10 bites, as shown). You can find Funbites in local stores (check their store finder for one in your area) or online on the Funbites website! The Funbites site has special pricing when you buy all 3 of the cutters too!

This is a super fun way to get you kids to not only try new foods, but to eat more of the foods they do like, by shaking up their school lunch routine and making it FUN! We can't recommend them enough!

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And lucky you- one BTHM reader will get to win their own Funbites!

Note: selection provided by Funbites, winner will have no choice on color shape.

Photo courtesy of Funbites Pinterest Page


Bobbie Thonda came up with the idea for Funbites 5 yrs ago when her 5 yr old daughter Dylan would not try new food, unless it was fun. An idea was born about how to cut food into bite size pieces more easily, and after an appearance on ABC's Shark Tank, earlier this year, the product took off! 


  1. Be creative, imaginative, and colorful. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

  2. Have them help in the kitchen. My little ones always enjoy eating foods that they helped make or assemble.

  3. Try to hid veggies in sauces and smoothies.

  4. Be creative in presentation and have them try things periodically as their taste buds may change.

  5. What works well for us is leading by example. More times than not, they will eat it if they see us eat it.

  6. We play a game and pretend that the food on the fork is a scared sheep & it's scared of my daughter as she's the "BIG GIANT" who eats everything! This usually gets her to gobble up the "sheep" with lots of giggles! Ha!

  7. My son is more exited to eat things when he helps make the food. :)

  8. mix in veggies so they dont notice :)


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