Sunday, August 12, 2012

Funbites Cutter Giveaway (Winner's Choice)

I absolutely love my Funbites Cutters and I am thrilled to be able to bring you, my readers, another chance to your choice of one of these ingenious inventions. We love our Funbites Cutters as much as Jenn, Mom of Two Munchkins does. Keep reading for her review and the details for the giveaway. 

The Munchkins and I were given the awesome opportunity to review FunBites Cube It cutter.  This is a product I had seen around and was curious to try so you can imagine my excitement when I was chosen to review it.

I was super excited when it came in the mail and I was finally able to try it.  Luckily for me it came right before lunchtime so after a quick wash it was off to making and cutting sandwiches. 

Munchkin 2 had developed this nasty habit of dissecting her sandwiches and eating the filling but not the bread, or licking the jelly out of the middle.  FunBites has stopped that behavior!  She now eats her sandwich without taking it apart. 

FunBites cutters so easy to use even Munchkin 2 could help me cut her sandwiches and Munchkin 1 could do it on his own.  The best part is they are great to use on much more than just sandwiches.  We were able to use it on e brownies, fruit, cheese, chicken, and so many more items.  Unfortunately I was unable to get pictures of it all because they had devoured it before I could get the camera.

I think that the Luv It cutter would be just as easy and fun to use.  I plan on buying one in addition to the FunBites Cube It cutter.

FunBites are great to get picky eaters to eat a larger variety of foods.  A big advantage is it makes foods look fun so kids are more apt to eat them.

FunBites are super easy to use; all you do is position it, press gently, and rock the cutter back and forth, then push the cut food out with the top.  So easy and quick!

The only thing I was not thrilled with is that it cut the crust off the bread but this is great for those whose kids don't like crust.  It was a simple fix though because I just cut the crust on its own or gave it to the Munchkins as is.

I also used it to quickly cut different meats to top mac and cheese for lunch when everyone wants a different meat.

My family really enjoyed using our FunBites and used it everyday.  Jenn, Mom Of Two Munchkins and Fun Bites would like to offer the opportunity for one of our amazing readers to win a FunBites of their own through this giveaway!  The winner will receive one FunBites of their choice (Cube It or Luv It).  Giveaway is open to US and CA residents.

Jenn, Mom Of Two Munchkins is not responsible for shipping of the prize.

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  1. Well the start of school is coming here in the next few weeks so I'd use it on all kinds of things for my boys lunches! I have 3 that will be in school and then a 1yr old so it would be great for all of them!! Sandwiches would probably be the first thing!

  2. I will probably use it on my sons PB&J sandwiches first !

  3. If I had the pleasure of winning...I would chose the squares just because I am ocd about things looking the same :)

  4. First I would use it on a pj sandwich :) i always cut it up small to begin with so this would get it to the table in half the time... my kids would be very thankful

  5. I would choose the heart! Love this giveaway and review, thanks so much!

  6. I would use it on PB&J sandwiches :)

  7. i like the squares pretty standard

  8. i like the squares -- krystal rivera

  9. i would try it first on some sort of meat -Krystal Rivera

  10. i would try it on a sandwich first


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