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Monday, July 8, 2013


Review: FunBites Triangles

In June I was sent the newest item from FunBites, the New Triangles to review. This comes as a two piece set. One piece is a rocking curved blade to cut foods into pieces and the other is the popper topper which removes the food with one motion and drops them onto your plate. It was easy to use and their New Triangles not only worked for sandwiches but also for a variety of other foods including cheese, fruit, pizza, pancakes and more. The cutter piece is not sharp to the touch so it is safe for kids to use and both are easy to clean.

FunBites Triangles set is made of high performance material for strength, sharpness and durability to create fun, bite-sized meals in less than 10 seconds. It works best on flat surfaces, top-shelf dishwasher safe and BPA free.
 
Below are a couple of snacks that my son and I made for snack time the other day. My super creative friend, Ming from Bentomosters, made a very cute rocket ship as well. Click and see all her awesome creations here and I am sure you will love them as much as I do :)


In this snack: Sunshine shaped sandwich using a circle cutter with icing eyes and cheddar cheese smile made with a small circle cutter.  Kite sandwiches and sun-rays cut with FunBites Triangles cutter. Kite strings hand cut from seaweed (nori).


In this snack: Rocket ship shaped sandwich made from whole wheat and pumpernickel bread with FunBites Triangle cutter.

Here are the supplies that I used to make these snacks.


Disclosure: FunBites generously provided me with the product for review without cost to me.

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8 comments:

  1. Cute snacks! I have the Fun Bites square and I am planning to get this one!

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    1. Thank you Melissa! They also have a FunBites hearts but I have not used ours as of yet. More information can be found on their site if you are interested.

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  2. Awww, tks so much for the mention! Love ur rocket ship n sun sandwich!

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    1. Ming, it's my pleasure and glad that you like them! :)

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  3. Those are cute....You could make a farm house or a stable with those too!

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    1. Joanie, thanks for sharing some great ideas!:)

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