Easy Bites, Funbites, getting a picky eater to eat

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Easy Bites, Funbites, getting a picky eater to eat

There are 2 words that until I became a mom I had no clue the amount of stress they would bring me...  Those 2 words are "picky eater!"  Brandon Jr my oldest happens to be an OVER the top picky eater.  For anyone who never dealt with a picky eater let me tell you it is no fun.  There has been times when I had to make 3 or 4 different things at dinner just to get my little guy to take a bite of 2 of each.  And the food had to be cut a certain way and if 1 piece was bigger then the other his whole meal was ruined
  A long time ago I learn a little secret.... MAKE FOOD FUN!  You may remember this post dinner-round-1-fight

But recently I discovered another way to make food fun and that is FunBites.  
I love this product!  It cuts food into perfect cubes!  Making prep time so much easier on me!  I no longer have to spend 20 minutes cutting food up.  I simply have to take out my fun bites press down, then use the top to re-pop the pieces out!  I'm sure I am not the only mom who is always busy, so anything that can save me time is definitely mom approved by me!!

Plus it is nice to be able to eat my own food when it is still warm!

I can cut up so many things:
You name it and I most likely used Fun Bites to cut if up for my little guys. 

Brandon Jr loves that his food is cut into perfect pieces.  And the fact its fun to watch me use fun bites.   These make the perfect size for small fingers to grab onto.

Fun Bites is not only mom approved it also picky eater approved :)

Wondering how easy it is to use?

Step one pick what you want cube! 

Take your Fun Bites and press down.  You may have to wiggle it a bit to make sure you get all the way threw! 

Take the top part and push down!  This will pop your pieces back out :)

And ta-da perfect cube sized pieces.
No really it truly is as easy as one, two and three.

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