FunBites: Making Food Fun! {REV!EW and G!VEAWAY}

I am all over making food FUN for my kids! Ever since they were babies and eating finger foods, I have tried to make them special meals and snacks once in a while.

I always have my eyes peeled for new fun ways to add a bit of creativity to my childrens’ food!

Recently, I have been introduced to FunBites that can be purchased in Canada at

The possibilities are just about endless when it comes to the types of food that you can use FunBites on! We really enjoyed making fun bite sized sandwiches for school.

My daughter doesn’t usually eat her whole sandwich when I send it and my son doesn’t like crusts so using FunBites to make them bite sized, crustless mini sandwiches is the perfect solution for both of them.

I found FunBites very easy to use. The rocking cutting motion allows me to make perfect cuts every single time! I also love how “popper top” makes it easy to pop out all of the mini pieces in one quick push!

FunBites come in two shapes: squares and hearts.

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30 Responses to FunBites: Making Food Fun! {REV!EW and G!VEAWAY}

  1. gibberish says:

    We like to make mini pizzas on english muffin halves. It’s always fun to let the kids make faces on them with the toppings.
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  2. Sweet Panda says:

    I like to make mini snacks like using toothpicks to pin mini sausage (or for regular ones, chop them in bite size) with pineapple or cherry tomato. Or on toast, I will use Nutella to draw a happy face on it.

  3. Lisa KH says:

    I like to make food fun with lots of colours. I add different types of fruits and berries which make it more interesting to my son…. and more likely he’ll eat it.
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  4. Gemma says:

    We make food fun by using cookie cutter so make fun shapes with food. This would be great to add to our collection.

  5. lelalacc says:

    we designate 1 night of the week for each person to create/suggest the meal – and each meal must include at least 2 different veggies

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  6. The Zoo says:

    I hide things in Easter Eggs (peanuts, raisins, blueberries) and then get them to look for them!

    Thanks for making this open to Canadians.
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  7. ~Shannon~ says:

    I let them help to cook and they tend to enjoy the food more.

  8. Jonnie (JB) says:

    I get them to help prepare the food and let them choose what we have some days

  9. Faa says:

    Make the sandwiches look like animal face. 😀

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  10. Tara says:

    Get the kids involved in helping make it. Personal pizzas are great for this.

  11. Corie says:

    the best way to encourage kids to eat is by letting them help you make the food. i agree with many other mama’s that say mini pizzas and snacks, i like to offer a wide variety of foods and let em have fun with it! 🙂

  12. I see all sorts of ideas on pinerest to make food into faces and such. I am just lucky to get them food… on a plate… and somewhat healthy.

  13. My favorite fun thing to do as a kid was getting donuts and decorating them with icing using piping bags… go figure now I do cakes…

  14. We make mini rosettes from cherry tomatoes and call broccoli ‘trees’. Its so much easier to get your son to eat his veggies when you play hungry dinosaur! 😉

  15. I made a fruit rainbow platter the other day for a group of kids and it was a hit! and healthy

  16. Sw33tKrv3lty says:

    I use food colouring on potatoes

  17. oddduck says:

    I let the kids help out as much as they want. They love to help with pancakes and bread. I often let them add extra things, like blueberries, cheese or chocolate chips.

  18. oddduck says:

    I let the kids help out as much as they want. They love to help with pancakes and bread. I often let them add extra things, like blueberries, cheese or chocolate chips.

  19. Mystic Misha says:

    Make a great vegetable soup,purreed so they can tell the difference.

  20. Jen M says:

    I’m already using some little cutters for cheese and and my son loves it. It’s the only way he’ll eat cheese!

  21. Karhma Dent says:

    I like to use cookie cutters to make different shapes & try to make tableaus/scenes w/the food.

  22. Emily says:

    I like adding food color to water or milk.
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  23. tobyhir says:

    Little pieces for little fingers!

  24. Samorjj says:

    Use a muffin tin and put a different food item in each cup.

  25. stephanie says:

    When ever I make sandwinch’s for my son I use cookie cutters to cut the crust off so he thinks it is so cool.

  26. marbles999 says:

    We’ve planted raspberry bushes in our backyard and when they are ready for the picking, we get our daughter out picking them (she likes that) and bring them back in and serve them up with vanilla ice cream.

  27. Melissa says:

    I make hot dog eating fun but putting slits lengthwise and poking eyes with a fork to make an octopus! DD loves eating her hotdog this way (sans bun)

  28. Maegan Morin says:

    If you let them help you make it, they have fun and are more likely to eat it!

  29. surprise plates!!! fast, easy and good. i put little bits of the kids favorite foods on the plate, a bit of this and a bit of that, jello, cereal, marshmellows, fruit, salad’s, cold cuts, cheese, a cookie or two, granola bars. the kids love it and usually clear their plates.

  30. Jennifer L says:

    I like to let my daughter get involved in the process of making her own food – she seems to enjoy it more than way!

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