Bite Size Fun: Fun Bites Review

Are you looking for an inexpensive kitchen tool that will help make meal time more fun for your children, and easier for you? We recently reviewed Fun Bites and if you have a small child, it might be just the thing for you.


Fun Bites was created by Bobbi Rhodes, after looking for a quick and easy way to cut her daughter’s food into small, bite-sized pieces so that she would eat it. Fun Bites works on lots of different types of food, such as watermelon, sandwiches, omettes, burgers and cheese.

We tried it on pancakes and it worked perfectly. Fun Bites comes in two parts – first, you place the cutter on top of your food, press down and rock back and forth a few times, then you insert the popper top and pop out the small pieces. I can see young kids getting a kick out of it and even my teen daughter thought it was fun!

Fun Bites is 100% made in the USA, which is always a plus for us. I know that Fun Bites was created for kids, but this would be a great way to quickly chop us food for appetizers and finger foods for holiday parties and potlucks. It would also be useful for bento boxes (you know how I love bentos!!). Check their website at the link above.

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  1. With the FunBites cutter you can cut little pieces quickly, safely and uniformly. And then you can easily remove them by pushing the popper top in. I enjoyed using this to make a muffin tin meal. I used it on all sorts of food. Cheeses, meats, vegetables, fruits and a sandwich. And I use it quite a bit for watermelon. So easy to slice the melon, cut it with the FunBites and have a bowlful of watermelon to enjoy. Not only is this easy to use, it is actually quite fun!Here is how to use it:Push the cutter into the food and rock it back and forth a few times.Insert the popper top and push it through.Out pops the bite-sized pieces of food.See, easy!The FunBites cutter worked well on all the food I gathered for the muffin tin, except for a little extra rocking needed for the green pepper with its thick skin. However, it was cut through enough that I just needed to break the pieces apart. It worked really well on the peanut butter and apple butter sandwiches too.I guess the one thing I had concerns about was not knowing for sure if I have it clean enough in the crevices. Yes, it is able to go in the dish washer (top rack only) But I also washed it by hand after soaking it, and rinsed it really well. I have also seen the suggestion of using a brush, but haven’t tried it yet, especially because I didn’t really end up seeing the need for it.Highly recommended product for making fun meals for your children or preparing large amounts of food for parties.Disclosure: I received a Cube It! FunBites Cutter for free in order to review it. This did not in any way influence my review. I only recommend products I use personally and feel will be a good products for others.
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