Friday, August 24, 2012

FunBites Review and Giveaway

Recently, Zoe's Lunchbox was given the opportunity to review these fantastic FunBites food cutters! They are easy and fun to use, and you really can do everything from bite size bits for kiddos to fancy appetizers for adults. I cut through a multitude of fruits, veggies, grains, tofu, meats, and cheeses in an effort to find an area where they failed. Some items took a couple more rocks to cut, but all cut clean, and even my 3 1/2 year old could help out with these tools. The name says it all. They really are Fun Bites to make and eat! I wish this product had been around when my kiddo was just starting finger foods. How simple would that have been?

Funbites lunch bento
FunBites Cube It used to make cream cheese, salami, and cucumber bites, and squares of corn tortilla and red bell pepper. FunBites Luv It used to make watermelon and swiss cheese hearts and triangles. Lunch also has smoked turkey and celery.

How does it work? It couldn't be easier! Simply put your FunBites cutter over the food you wish to cut, then press and rock the tool. To remove the cut pieces, place the plunger portion into the cutter and press. Just like magic you have perfect little FUNBites of food! Heck, because these are dishwasher safe, I'd bet you could even use these on crafty things with the kids like play dough or, better yet, on cookie dough! Good to know also is that they are BPA free and 100% made in the USA!

funbites zoe's lunchbox

funbites heart pancake
Look what Fun-Bites you can have with blueberry pancakes! Makes you just want to eat them up!

Now, I know you're wanting to get one of these exceptional tools for your family, and you can order from directly. These cutters sell for $12.99 each, or you can get both for $22.00! Or you can try your luck at our giveaway. The folks at FunBites have been generous enough to offer a cutter to one of our readers! Enter to win by using the Rafflecopter form below! Open to the US only, ages 18+ please.

a Rafflecopter giveaway
Disclosure - I was provided with this product for the purpose of my honest, personal review. This blog post is not a paid post and the opinions stated are my own.


  1. Probably Luv It because it seems SO versatile.

  2. I would probably say Cube It... tough choice though. I love the luv it... but I'm not sure how my 12 year old son would feel about it :-)

  3. I would love the cube it!!!!

  4. My little one would love Luv It!

  5. Awesome giveaway! I love the Luv It! Little hearts are fun to eat.

  6. Hello Sara. I don't mean to post here, but this is the only place I could find to respond. I saw you were talking about Quorn crumbles on another site and I had no idea what they were, so I looked them up and found this article... just thought I would share. What do you know of this stuff? Love finding new things, but this alarmed me a little.
    Thanks for sharing!!

  7. HI Dawn. I know that a small percent of people have experiences GI issues from it, but just as with any food, some people do have sensitivities. It is mold, and people with allergies to some molds may want to avoid it. The product also has gluten and dairy proteins, so the reaction can be from that as well. From my understanding, it is a tiny fraction of people that have reaction to this mycoprotein vs. soy, wheat, nut, dairy, etc. So, eat in moderation and if you have a mold allergy, be cautious. We love it. And soy is LESS healthy for me with thyroid disease, so we try to vary our protein sources. Thanks for the article though.

  8. Love it! I've been looking for a review of this product. Thank you.

  9. Very cute. The cube it looks great for mini sandwich skewers. I linked it o my FB page. Thanks for hosting!

  10. Either one because they are really cool!

    Sabrina Caines