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Funbites Review and Giveaway

I was never a picky eater growing up. Well I don’t think so anyways, my mom might say different. My daughter she is picky to a certain point, but not to over board. My niece on the other hand she is picky! She will not eat crust on her sandwiches, she will only drink certain things, and she won’t try new things. Recently, we were able to check out a product called funbites. I new this would help get my niece to eat what I make when she is here. I would love to try this on pancakes!

get creative with funbitesFunbites is a neat little product that allows a parent to be creative with their child’s food so they actually give it a try. Whether you want to turn cheese into perfect squares, or cute little hearts funbites can get the job done. I used it on a bologna sandwich, and it didn’t come out so well the first time around. I would recommend using a cutting board instead of a plate. The problem I ran into was the cutter part didn’t want to go through the full sandwich. I think if I had a cutting board, it would have gone through no problem.

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See not the best of a first timer, but I am sure I will get better, I think the creators of funbites was on to something when they thought of this product. I can think of a ton more uses of the funbites, besides food. With being homeschoolers I want to check them out with some craft projects, I bet we could make some neat jewelry, or even some cute Christmas tree ornaments.

With school in full swing get creative with funbites! One lucky reader of The Neat Things in Life is going to have a chance to win their own funbites to get creative with their children’s lunch this school season.

Giveaway is open to US residents age 18 and older.

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I received product for review purposes only no other form of payment was received.

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Jammie is of Native American descent, she has family from the Ojibway/Chippewa tribe in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. She was born and raised in Michigan, where she later moved to Tennessee with her husband and daughter. Jammie and her husband home school their daughter, and enjoy doing many things together as a family. Some of those activities include geocaching, hiking, fishing, playing games together as a family, and just being silly with their daughter. Jammie is Owner of The Neat Things in Life. For more information visit on Google+.

Comments

  1. Renee Richardson says:

    I found out Funbites was featured in Woman’s Day magazine. Thanks for the awesome giveaway :)

    Renee
    fattybumpkins at yahoo dot com

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  2. Richard Morris says:

    the geometric shapes are really cool

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  3. I really like that the products are 100% Made in the USA.

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  4. I learned that Funbites are BPA-free, which is something I always look for when buying plastic products.

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  5. I learned that they have been featured in Parents Magazine.

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  6. Heather Zeh says:

    See that they’re highly recommended by a few well known comapnies!

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  7. Kristy Thiel says:

    I think it’s interesting that they have been featured in some well known magazines!

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  8. Traced as far back as the fifth century in Japan, bento boxes are traditional compartmentalized lunch boxes that are 1 part protein, 1 part healthy grains and 2 parts fruits/veggies.

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  9. Karen Medlin says:

    Small food pieces can be a choking hazard for kids under 3, fun product to get the kids to eat.

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  10. Her kids are 11 and 7

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  11. Georgiana O. says:

    Each funbites® Pack includes a high performance curved blade cutter that quickly creates small bites and a matching popper top that pops out food instantly so hands are clean, food is untouched.

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  12. Georgiana O. says:

    These would be so fun to use inside my sons lunches.

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  13. christina barnes says:

    Each funbites® Pack includes a high performance curved blade cutter that quickly creates small bites and a matching popper top that pops out food instantly so hands are clean, food is untouched.

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  14. christine jessamine says:

    i learned you can use this with fruit for appetizers

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  15. It’s been featured in so many media…like Nickelodeon.

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  16. Beth Palacios says:

    100% made in the USA :-)

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  17. the geometric shapes are great. learned that they have been featured in Parents Magazine

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  18. I learned that they have been featured in Parents Magazine.

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  19. They have a fun ideas section.

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  20. susan smoaks says:

    i learned that funbites is BPA free, can be hand washed and is top-shelf dishwasher safe.

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  21. Chrissy Nestor says:

    I learned you can use it on many different items!

    chrissylea1979 (at)gmail(dot) com

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  22. That are made in the US and are BPA free

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  23. Lauralyn Ward says:

    They are handwash and dishwasher safe

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  24. cassandra (rab pom) says:

    This would be a great way to make lunch fun

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  25. Jennifer Peaslee says:

    I learned that this product can make finicky kids eat and enjoy their food more!

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  26. I learned that I could use this on a lot of things, not just sandwiches. I would like to try it on some cheese.

    kelleyc76(at)live(dot)com

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  27. They are dishwasher safe

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  28. Laurie Emerson says:

    I learned that her daughter Dylan now eats real food and not junk food because the foods are cut neatly and evenly thanks to FunBites.
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  29. They have a Fun Ideas section

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  30. Sarah Yurga says:

    they work on kid-friendly food from lunch meat and cheese to hamburgers, pancakes and fish

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  31. Sarah Yurga says:

    My daughter has autism. I think she will like this due to her need for order and symmetry.

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