FunBites: The Fun Way to Eat!

As an avid Shark Tank watcher, aka my weekly business 101 lesson, I get excited when I see products online or on store shelves that were featured on the show. FunBites® was no exception. Being a children’s product that has to do with food, it stood out to me in a good way. We were excited to do this review for complimentary FunBites® to test out! This review also includes affiliate links.


This one also hit me on a personal scale. I don’t know how many times I went to my mom’s house and she would ask if my son’s food was chopped up small enough. I would then grab a knife and start chopping each piece of his food into smaller bites. It was tedious. I wish I had FunBites® when he was young!

FunBites® is great for picky eaters and makes healthy food fun! It creates fun bite-sized foods in a variety of different shapes and designs, including Paw Patrol’s Chase and Skye. It doesn’t have to be just for sandwiches either! You can use it on watermelon, cheese, pancakes, and more! And as a bonus, it is made in the USA, dishwasher safe, and BPA free.

It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3!

Step 1: Place FunBites® cutter on top of food. Remove popper top and put to the side.
You’re ready to go!


Step 2: Hold cutter handles, firmly rock back and forth 5 to 6 times to cut all the way through the food.


Step 3: Insert popper top. Lift cutter up from food. Insert the popper top and push down to pop out the bite-sized pieces.


And that is it! There are no sharp edges (my 4 year old could easily do it) and it’s quick to do. It puts parents at ease and kids will be able to enjoy their food!


The FunBites® 2 piece set includes a carved cutter and matching popper top. One of the best things are that it won’t break the bank! For only $9.99, it’s easy to get a few designs (and scoop up the free shipping deal) to change each meal up so your kids will be excited to eat healthy food!



(Disclaimer: We received complimentary products for this product review)

FunBites: The Fun Way to Eat!

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