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FUNBITES- Sandwich art

Thank you FunBites for sending me the "heart it" pattern to conduct my review.  I was not paid for this review and all my opinions are 100% mine

ABOUT FunBites
 My name is Bobbie Rhoads. My husband and I have two girls...Jackie who is now 13 and Dylan who is 9. A few years ago we came up with FunBites. Jackie has always been a great eater. She would eat pretty much whatever you gave her so long as the food was neat and organized. My little one, Dylan, was a different story. She was truly picky nicky - she liked the same food all the time, didn't like to try new things, unless it was junk food. 

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! 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. 

My Review:
The fact that the heart FunBites comes in pink thrilled my daughter who is 5 years old.  One of her staples during the week is peanut butter n jelly sandwich.  She loves them!!  The day I used the FunBites she ate the entire sandwich, this mom was happy she ate so fast and the whole sandwhich, even the crust that was cut off!  :)   

I really enjoyed the puzzle aspect in the big heart.  Sneaking education during meal times is an added bonus so I loved the idea.  The downfall for me was a bit more mess then normal.  The FunBites did squeeze extra jelly and peanut butter out when I pushed down on the FunBites.  It was no big deal and when we have a meat sandwich or use a lot less jelly the mess disappears.  

I like the extra tool to push the shape out so you do not have to push or pull or make a huge mess dealing with sticky peanut butter.  The product is very easy to use and my children love the extra fun they get at their meal time.  

I also love the idea of using the FunBites on other food items.  One thing we will be trying is cheese and fruit.  

Also find FunBites on Facebook and Twitter.   

Please enter the giveaway below for your chance to win your choice (Square or heart) FunBites!  Thanks FunBites for sending the product to the winner of this giveaway.  

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Unknown said…
I prefer the heart.
Terri. said…
I would like the heart
Terri. said…
I entered the gift card
Lydia Harpe said…
The heart would be great!

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