One thing that I worry about as a mom is my kiddos being safe while they are eating. I always make sure to cut up their foods to reduce the risks of choking but that can be time-consuming and difficult depending on the foods. I recently found a great product called Tiny Bites Food Shears that has made this process simple and quick.
Tiny Bites makes cutting up food so fast. The scissors are nice and small and compact so I can take them anywhere with me. It’s great when we are traveling in the summer time. I can take them out on our day trips and pack them to take with us when we are on the road as well. They are dishwasher safe so very easy to clean. They even come with a cover for safety.
Tiny Bites comes with a ruler printed on the blade so you can easily see how big you are making the pieces. I try to aim for 1-1 1/2 inch pieces. Depending on your kiddos you might want to make them bigger or smaller. The scissors are durable and well made making them easy to use.
They easily cut through any foods. I have used them on all sorts of things even harder foods like fruits and veggies. It makes simple work of cutting up whatever your kiddos might be eating. I love taking them with me on the go during summer trips when we eat out. I can easily cut up a piece of pizza without having to battle a hot slice of pizza with a knife and fork. It is super easy.
Where Can You Find Tiny Bites Food Shears:
Visit the Tiny Bites website for more information and ordering.
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