FunBites Giveaway


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Some days it is nice to add a bit of whimsy to your food and Funbites can do just that.  Some days you have to make food “fun” for the kids in your life.  And, some days you wish there were an easy way to cut food into fun shapes.

Get Creative With FunBites

My daughter loves her FunBites.  She loves it so much that I decided to share the love and host a giveaway! Read Nicole’s review of FunBites here:  FunBites Review

I have one (1) FunBites to give away.  Would you like to start making the food in your life fun and child friendly?


There are two (2) ways you can enter the giveaway:

1.  Like FunBites on Facebook, Click here:

                                   FunBites Facebook   

Then, tell us you did it in the “Speak Your Mind” section of this post.

2.  Answer the following question in the “Speak Your Mind” section of this post:

“What was your favorite food as a child?”

Were you a mac and cheese lover?  Did you go through a “white food only” phase?  Did you spend a whole summer eating nothing but strawberries?  Whatever your favorite food was, please share!

Note: If you didn’t have a favorite food, no problem! Just say something along the lines of “hello” and you’re good to go.


Two entries per person, please.  USA only.

Giveaway ends Wednesday  March 13, 2013  at 8pm CST.

The winner will be chosen by and announced Thursday March 14, 2013 !

Winner must email with their name and mailing address.

Note:  Giveaway sponsored by FunBites

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One Comment

  1. I like fun bites on facebook already because it seems like such a fun and quirky little contraption that can make food a lot more fun!
    My favorite food as a child was probably ribs. I could eat them every dinner. I did like mac and cheese but I didn’t have it very often. I didn’t go through a white food only phase though, nor did I only eat strawberries for a summer. I had watermelon too!

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