Review Spotty Frog Lunchpunch cutters

Feeding toddlers and thinking up fresh new ways to present food that your toddler will both enjoy and eat can often be quite the challenge.

So when I saw Spotty Frog Lunchpunch sandwich cutters I knew I’d found a winner.

Introducing Spotty Frog lunchpunch sandwich cutters

If you haven’t yet discovered these handy plastic kitchen helpers you will want to keep reading.

Spotty Frog Lunchpunch sandwhich cutters come in 4 varients…

💙Critter cutters animal shapes

💙 Vrrrm! Transport shapes

💙 Sandwishes Fairy tale shapes

💙 Match and Munch puzzle shapes

Lunchpunch sandwich cutters are BPA FREE, PVC FREE, LEAD FREE, DISHWASHER SAFE and CHILD FRIENDLY. Packaging is beautifully put together and 100% recyclable. Easy to store and use.

The platic cutter shape punches a design over an entire piece of bread so you waste very little. It also removes the crust, which if your kids are like mine, means no more removing the crust off every sandwich.

Multiple uses

Although they are designed for sandwiches, these versatile cutters can also be used on :-

  • Fruit
  • Vegetables
  • Waffles
  • Pancakes
  • Sandwiches
  • Fried eggs
  • Pizza
  • Wraps
  • Cake loaf slices
  • Cold meats
  • dried fruit rolls
  • Chicken snitches
  • Fish fingers
  • Potato cakes
  • Fritters
  • Cheese
  • Biscuit dough

You could also use them with:-

  • Playdough
  • Moonsand
  • Kinetic sand
  • Salt dough
  • Clay
  • Slime
  • Or as a mould to make sidewalk chalk

Put your cutters to the test

Put your Lunchpunch cutters to the test and try this fun recipe for side walk chalk.

What you will need:
* Water
* Plaster of Paris
* Food colouring
* Vaseline
* Moulds Lunch Punch
* Wax Paper


{Work on wax paper and dry on wax paper to protect your working area} Lightly coat your moulds with a thin layer of Vaseline. Mix Plaster of Paris with water to the consistency of peanut butter. Add food colouring to the desired colour {will fade a bit with drying and fade even more as used and left outside}. Spoon mixture into your mould without running over the edge of the mould.

Set aside to dry for a few hours.

( activity supplied by Spotty Frog)

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