FunBites For Kids


FunBites is the first and only kitchen tool that cuts kids’ food into fun-shaped, bite-sized pieces. What makes FunBites stand out from any old sandwich cutter? They’re made of strong, durable material and curved blades that cuts through food quickly and easily as you push down in a rocking motion. Each FunBites includes a matching “popper” that instantly pops the bite sized pieces of food out of the cutter.

FunBites are BPA-free and 100% made in the USA. They’re also top dishwasher-safe which makes for easy cleaning. There are two designs to choose from – “Cube It” which cuts 12 bite-sized squares and “Luv It” which cuts a big heart from 10 shapes.

I’ll be honest: when I first heard of FunBites, I thought it would be just another cheap sandwich cutter that doesn’t work well. I’m also not a mom who takes the time to entice her kids to eat food with fun designs. There’s nothing wrong with that, but I just don’t have the time. I barely have time to eat my own meals somedays, muchless cater to my children with food fun. But I was curious about what the buzz was all about, so I agreed to review FunBites.

After using FunBites for over a week now, I can’t believe how wrong I was. Instead of taking extra time to make fun designs for my kids, FunBites actually saves me time. That’s right – instead of having to painstakingly cut up Luke’s sandwich into bite sized pieces, I just cut it with our FunBites. First, I put it on the food, then rock it firmly back and forth, and lastly pop out the small pieces with the popper. Done! It is so much quicker!

FunBites are much sturdier than I anticipated. They are in a completely different league from your everyday sandwich cutter. The secret is the strong materials and rounded blades that you use to rock back and forth over the food you are cutting. That brings me to the “blades.” They don’t feel that sharp (I let my 5 and 8 year old use FunBites and even my 2 year old tries it) but they cut so well. 

The popper works much better than I anticipated for popping all the food pieces out easily. And any crumbs or food residue left inside comes out easily in the dishwasher. The folks who invented FunBites really thought of everything. I also love that they are made in the USA!

I mainly use FunBites for the kids’ sandwiches, but we’ve tried it on pizza and it works equally well on that. Other suggestions for FunBites use are: pancakes, cantaloupe, deli sandwiches, cheese, burgers, tofu, and more.

Whether you have a picky eater and want to add some fun and variety or whether you simply want to save yourself some time in cutting up food for little ones, FunBites are a great product that I recommend.

Buy It:
You can buy FunBites online.
1 FunBites is $12.99 and the set of both FunBites is $19.99 

Disclaimer: Thank you to the sponsor for the free product I was sent to review. I received no monetary compensation and my opinions are my own and were not influenced by the sponsor.
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About the Author

Erika is a happily married mom with four energetic children. With a love for Jesus, photography, organizing, and encouraging other moms, she stays busy and definitely does not have it all together.


  1. I’d love to try these with brownies!

  2. This would be cute for fruit!

  3. christine mitchell says:

    brownies..yummy….delicious and cute you can’t beat that

  4. I think your pizza idea would be cool.

  5. These would be awesome for my 18 month old granddaughter. She loves the “little pieces” so she can eat by herself completely.

  6. Whoops….forgot to answer the question. Would love to try this on some of the meat, like chicken — that’s softer but still needs to be cut properly.

  7. vicki carter says:

    I have trouble cutting pancakes,so that’s what I would try first

  8. I’d love to try this! Maybe then my daughter will actually try foods!

  9. Shannon F. says:

    Pancakes, chicken and sandwiches!

  10. PB and J and maybe pancakes!

  11. These look so fun! Thanks for the chance to win. =) This would be a favorite for sandwiches, definitely.

  12. pancakes & gruit

  13. I would love to try this on sandwiches for my sons.

  14. Sandwiches, pancakes, all sorts of things I can think of!

  15. I would use funbites on toast, sandwiches, cheese, burgers, meatballs, cereal bars, I don’t know I just would love to experiment. I keep trying to win this!

    Amy B

  16. I would like to do this with fruit or veggies for my kids. Thanks for the idea and having the giveaway!

  17. Jackie Griebel says:

    Would love to try Funbites on cheese!

  18. ronda peyton says:

    i would love to try it on apples and on pizza would be fun

  19. tiffany dover says:

    brownies for sure!

  20. Elaine Bell says:

    PBJ sandwiches.

  21. Elaine Bell says:

    I left a comment on the review of Giada’s at Target.

  22. I would love to try it out on my grandaughter’s egg pancakes :)

  23. Trung Nguyen says:

    I’d love to try these with fruits!

  24. It such a pleasure to collect this colorful fun bites, my children will happy for having this kind…

  25. Michelle Macaluso says:

    I’d like to try it with cheese

  26. I’d love to try these with pretzels. Mmmm pretzel bites :)

  27. Spring Ross says:

    French Toast, Cheese, Apples.

  28. pb&j!

  29. grilled cheese

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  30. pancakes and french toast…fun!

  31. Crystal Mexico says:

    Great review/giveaway. I have a set of these and I LOVE them. Hence why Im going to enter this giveaway in hopes I can win a set for my sister in law 😀

  32. Crystal Mexico says:

    My daughter is just under a year, so my choices are limited as of now. However, I could do pancakes and sandwiches maybe? Even if its not something flat like that, I would be able to use this to piece fruits and veggies too. Saves the hands when you don’t have to use a knife to slice and dice lol.

  33. Sandy VanHoey says:

    My daughter bakes alot with her girls so I think she’d try the cake

  34. Danielle Davis/Grady says:

    I have one of these & i absolutely love it!

  35. I would love to try this on sandwiches

  36. sarah cool says:

    id love to try these on pancakes!

  37. christina moore says:

    This would be great for my granddaughter

  38. alisa niki says:

    i would love to try these on pancakes!!!

  39. I’d love to try this to encourage veggie eating!!!

  40. these look great!

  41. Veggies and fruits!

  42. I would make little sandwiches and cakes.

  43. Patti Hess says:

    Fluffanutter Sandwiches….(Marshmellow Fluff and Peanut Butter

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  44. Donna Roucoulet says:

    I would love to stack sandwich meats & cheese and use the cutters on those. What fun would this be?

  45. sandwiches for lunch!

  46. Stephanie Gerard says:

    These are soooooo cute~ What a creative way to make food fun for kids.

  47. susan varney says:

    like to use it on sandwiches

  48. Joni Dolniak says:

    Grilled cheese sandwiches

  49. Rachel Robertson (Azrael) says:

    It would be wonderful for Pancakes

  50. Michael (CihaGratis) says:

    PB&J would be the stand-by answer…
    Watermelon, waffles, pancakes, brownies, cookies,

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  53. Robyn Galloway says:

    Pancakes and waffles

  54. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    I’d like to try these with different fruit

  55. pancakes

  56. Wow, what a great idea. This would making eating so much more fun for my daughter.

  57. I would love to try this on a sandwich

  58. ashley dominguez says:

    i would love to try the waffles

  59. Tammy Lynch Sigond says:

    fruit and flluffernutters

  60. Sarah Shields says:

    These look interesting. Sound easy. I have a friend that has an 18 month old and another on the way. This maybe a perfect gift for her to try out. I think even my 10 and 7 year old would like to have shapes sometimes also. I am glad you mentioned the other foods you have cut as well. I wondered how they did on pancakes.

  61. My daughter loves little bit size hand held food like this!

  62. nannette dayton says:

    these look like tons of fun

  63. “eggies!” i’d love to try them on eggs!
    tam s.

  64. Alicia Zirjacks says:

    These are so cute! I would love to try them for brownies

  65. Maria Balmeo says:

    for fruits,


  66. pb&j sandwichs

  67. Angie Downs says:

    I would love to try this on sandwiches for my daughter!

  68. I am forever trying to make lunch fun for my daughter and this would help out immensely!

  69. amy deeter says:


  70. I’d love to try it on PB&J sandwiches.

  71. Ashley C says:

    I’d like to try it with peanut butter & banana sandwiches!


  72. I’d try these on pancakes!

  73. Lily Kwan says:

    I would love to try FunBites on pineapples!

  74. Melissa says:

    I know my daughter (and me to) would love to have food cut in shapes.

  75. I love the idea of these cutters. I have a sandwich cutter that is “okay” and makes clover shapes, but it is for larger pieces, like taking the crust off of a pb&j. But like you said in your review, I find that I spend as much time (if not more) cutting my 2 1/2 yr old’s food, as I do actually preparing it! I love that it has a “popper” to help get the pieces out. I know I missed the giveaway, but that’s fine by me. I think I’m going to go buy it anyhow! Thanks for the great review 😀

  76. STephanie Olmsted says:

    My two year old would love it if I cut her sandwiches, fruit and snacks with these. FUN food.

  77. What a fun product, my 5 yr old would love cutting his own food, he’s so independent!

  78. this would be handy for cutting dough too!! awesome

  79. Such a great idea!!

  80. I thought this was the coolest thing ever! can’t wait to get this when my little one gets to that stage!

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