Have a picky eater? Try Funbites!

Last Updated on October 22, 2013

Funbites "Luv it" "Cube it"

Have a picky eater or maybe a toddler who needs their food cut into bite sized bits?  What about a school aged child who trades their healthy lunch with other kids because they think theirs is “boring”.
FunBites has a solution for you!  FunBites cuts food into bite-sized shapes in three easy steps and comes in “Cube it” or “Luv it”.

Step 1: Place FunBites cutter on top of food.  Remove popper top and set to the side.

Step 2: Grab cutter handles on both sides, press down firmly and rock 5-6 times to cut through the food.

Step 3: Lift the cutter up, insert popper top and pop out the bite-sized pieces!

FunBites was created by a Mom and Dad who spent just too much time cutting food into small shapes.  They realised it would be so much easier if they had something they could just press down into food to make bite-sized pieces.  I guess it would take a parent to come up with such a time saver for those with picky eaters and toddlers!

FunBites is also made in the USA and is BPA free so you don’t have to worry about toxins leaching into your little ones food.   

Funbites Cube it - French Toast

I tried out “Cube it” and found it cut pieces of food into just the right size for baby led weaning with my daughter.  (That French Toast was mine though… I just had to verify if food does taste better that size or not.)  You can use it for sandwiches, toast, pancakes, watermelon, cheese and so much more!

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You can purchase FunBites online or Through Amazon.

15 thoughts on “Have a picky eater? Try Funbites!

  1. They’re really cute, but since you said to rock it about 5-6 times, honestly, is it a little difficult to use for cutting?- Tara Berke Torres

  2. What a great idea, I wish they had these when my kids were little! I’m going to let my daughter know about this because her son is an extremely picky eater!

  3. I love these cutters. My children were always such picky eaters when they were young, and I do believe had I made it more pleasing to look at, they would have been more anxious to try different food. I’ve got to get me some of these for my grandchildren. Thanks.

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