At meals we would spend so much time cutting food into small shapes. Wouldn't it be easier if there was something we could just press down into their food and bippity boppity boo! Food would be made into bite-sized pieces? Maybe our kids would try new foods and eat better; maybe mealtime could be less stressful and more fun. Is that even possible?
Welcome to FunBites. It cuts food into bite-sized shapes. FunBites works on kid-friendly food from lunch meat and cheese to hamburgers, pancakes and fish. Jackie loves FunBites because the food is cut neatly and evenly. Dylan finally eats her food, real food, not junk food.
We just had to share FunBites with you. Maybe you have a kid like ours or maybe you simply want to add a little more fun and simplicity to your kitchen. We hope FunBites makes your mealtime more nutritious, a little easier and a lot more fun.
Little M is your classic picky preschooler. I have become a sneaky chef to get him to eat what I want him to eat. That is why I was very excited when I came across FunBites website. I knew I really wanted to review it. Our first try was a little messy. We used FunBites on a PBJ sandwich and while little M loved it I had peanut butter everywhere. Our next try we used it on cheese and fruit and it was perfect for that. My husband uses it when he makes little M pancakes.
One of my favorite part is that FunBites are safe for kids to use as they are made completely from hard plastic with no sharp metal. I also love that they are easy to clean and can be washed in the dishwasher! I also have noticed that little M is more excited to eat food that looks fun. Overall we give FunBites two thumbs up one from Mom and one from Little M.
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