This product seems to be well made and durable. Using the tutorial I had seen on BentOnBetterLunches, I used the FunBites "Cube It" to make both my daughters' lunches. It was super easy to use and the bite-sized pieces turned out great! I just stuck them on a stick (you know, because everything is more fun when eaten off a stick!) and I was done! Easy!
- Ham, turkey, on whole wheat bread with honey mustard (cut using the FunBites "Cube It", of course), lettuce and cherry tomato kabobs
- Strawberries and blackberries
- Carrots and celery with ranch
- Ferrero Rocher, for dessert
Does your little one have a wiggly tooth? Look at this cute lunch Cristi from "Bent On Better Lunches" made for her little one:
Kendra from "biting the hand that feeds you" made this adorable Valentine's Day lunch using the "Luv It" cutter.
Karen from "What's In Our Lunch Bags?" made this yummy dinner for her son,
also using the "Luv It"
FunBites aren't just for meal time! Look at the snacks that Jenn from BentoForKidlet made.
FunBites has generously offered to give a FunBites "Cube It" or "Luv It" (your choice!) to one lucky reader! All you have to do is leave a comment on this post, telling me which FunBites cutter you would like to have and "Like" FunBites on Facebook. If you want bonus entries, you can "Like" Bento-logy on Facebook and/or repost about this giveaway on your blog or Facebook page.a Rafflecopter giveaway
Please remember to only enter with one email account per household and if you choose like/follow entries, you need to be a current liker/follower at the time of the drawing. Also, the winner will have 48 hours to claim their prize. If I do not hear from the winner within that time, I will pick an alternate. Thanks!
Do you want even more chances to win one of these fun gadgets? Head on over to Tiny Princess Lunchbox and enter her FunBites giveaway too!
Here are the products I used when creating this lunch: