FunBites has lots of different shapes and sizes to choose from, and we are having fun experimenting with a few of of them.
With this one you can make a little house or flowers or both.
With this one you can make a heart sandwich or a heart watermelon. My son loved his heart sandwich. The only downside was that he didn’t want to eat any other part of the sandwich only the ones shaped as hearts no scrapes. lol. I don’t have dog…so I have to be the dog or throw out the scraps.
These ones are awesome for my 2 year old. I made french toast and used the cutters to quickly cut his french toast and it could not have been easier. On the plus side the scraps get eaten because pancake syrup makes them yummy!
The one we had the most fun with was the Minion one. I looked through hundreds of pictures trying to get inspired to do this review. I wanted to do something that hasn’t been done before and finally one day it came to me!
You will need:
Egg whites from one of the eggs for eyes
Black olive for eyes
Bread for glasses
Butter (just enough to grease the pan)
1 Minion FunBites Cutter
Coat the small saute’ pan with butter so that the eggs won’t stick. Pour enough egg whites in the small pan to cover the bottom. Try to flip carefully and make sure both sides are cooked. Take out of the pan and set aside on a plate.
Whisk the rest of the eggs together with about a tbsp of milk.
Coat the pan again with just enough butter to coat the pan. Add only half of the egg mixture. Cook it on low until you are safely able to flip it without it falling apart. Make sure both sides are cooked.
Repeat with the second egg mixture. (You only have to do the egg whites once because you will have enough for four eyes)
- Cut the sides of the yellow egg into the shape of a minion. (I ate the scraps)
- Use the FunBites Minion cutter to make four eyes out of the egg whites. (I ate the scraps)
- Place egg white eyes on each of the yellow shaped Minion eggs.
- Add one sliced black olive per eye.
- Use the FunBites Minion cutter to cut eye glasses into the slices of bread. Place the glasses over the minions eyes. (My toddler ate the rest of the bread scraps and we used two pieces for the minions mouth.)
I hope you have fun making these for yourself or for your kids!