FunBites Triangle, Cube It, Luv It 3-Pack

cut snacks into bite-sized shapes that make eating more fun

FunBites

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Kids love playing with their food, but sometimes that gets in the way of actually eating it. Fortunately for moms, there's a convenient middle ground between mealtime fun and finishing every bite — FunBites! These convenient snack food cutters make eating more exciting and help encourage finicky eaters to chow down. Now available in a 3-pack with the all-new Triangle cutter and the popular Luv It and the Cube It cutters, FunBites feature curved non-toxic blades that quickly and easily cut food into bite-sized shapes that make every meal or snack more entertaining. After cutting, pop the tasty morsels out with the inter-locking popper, and present your kids with a plate full of delicious FunBites.

Features
  • made in the U.S.
  • top shelf dishwasher safe
  • handwashing is best
  • BPA free

NEW Triangle
Creates 10 fun bite-sized triangles!

Cube It
Creates 12 fun bite-sized squares.

Luv It
Creates a big heart from 10 geometric shapes.

Try it on

  • cheese
  • pizza
  • grilled cheese sandwiches
  • pancakes
  • omelettes
  • turkey burgers
  • tofu
  • watermelon

Easy to use

Step 1: Place cutter on top of food. Remove popper top and set to the side.

Step 2: Grab cutter handles on both sides, press down firmly and rock 5-6 times to cut through the food.

Step 3: Lift the cutter up, insert popper top and pop out the bite-sized pieces.

Safety Instructions

Wash thoroughly before use. Intended for adult use. Functional sharp edge. Keep fingers away from blade when using and washing. Small food pieces can be a choking hazard for kids under 3.

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Press

FunBites has been featured in Nickelodeon Parents Connect, Real Simple, CBS morning news, and Parenting.com

About FunBites

At mealtime, FunBites creators Bobbie Rhoads and her husband, would spend so much time cutting food into small shapes for their picky eater, they decided it would be easier if there was something they could just press down into food to cut it into bite-sized pieces. Their hope is that the FunBites creation will get kids to try new foods, eat better, and maybe make mealtime less stressful and more fun.

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