Fun Bites Festive Giveaway #HolidayGiftGuide

We have a multitude of parties and get-togethers planned for the holiday season and that means having a meal and snack menu planned ahead of time. The kids in my family are really big on bite-size sandwiches and I have to admit, so are the adults.

Fun Bites has created some really cute kitchen tools to help snazzy up meals and snacks. They are unique food cutters that cut almost any food into fun shapes and sizes.

The bite-size pieces are perfect for children, especially fussy eaters. Although ideal for kids, these cutters are not limited to kids; the shapes are also great for any adult social affairs. I personally love how dainty they are.

The shapes are alluring and they capture the attention of the young and old. The Fun Bites are so versatile, they make meals and snacks creating fun for everyone. There are three different designs and you can really use your imagination to create some fabulous shapes. I found the kids anxiously wanted to make their own lunches and munchies, even the few picky kiddos in my family. They thought long and hard about dreaming up some interesting shapes and yummy combinations with Christmas in mind. Peanut butter and pickles anyone? They ate them just as fast as they created them. We found that bread and fruits cut the best and maintained their shape.

Using the Fun Bites requires just a little bit of pressure and some rocking to get through your food. Everybody had to take a turn at this. The cutters are strong, durable, and quite blunt so no little fingers will get hurt. They were probably dropped a few too many times but they managed to survive the kid treatment. They are also dishwasher safe.

The fun part is selecting the toppings and anything goes really. Part of the holiday fun is being with family and to me, that includes creating memories in the kitchen. This year Fun Bites will be part of your holiday festivities!! These would make fabulous stocking stuffers!

Disclaimer: I received product to facilitate a review. All opinions are my own, yours may differ.