Pop Chef Review | Push, Pop, Eat!

Pop Chef

Sample item received for review. All opinions are my own.

I’ve been trying to come up with creative ways to make school lunches and snacks more interesting. I noticed the Pop Chef and thought that it would be a great product to make foods more fun.

I got a chance to review the Pop Chef and from the moment it came out of the box, my youngest has been obsessed with it. She wants me to make shapes out of everything! There have been a few times that it just wasn’t possible (“No, honey, you can’t have butterfly shaped spaghetti. Nice try, silly!”) The very first thing we tried was apples. Mikenah was very pleased with the results.

Later, I tried cheese and that turned out nice, but the cheese wanted to stick. I wasn’t sure how well the dislodging tool would work, but it did just fine. I’m sure thicker pieces of cheese would have worked better. These are thin, pre-cut sandwich slices.

There are 6 shapes to use:

  • Circle
  • Heart
  • Flower
  • Butterfly
  • Sun
  • Star

The flower is the biggest shape and all the others can be layered nicely over or in it. For instance, as the box shows, you could cut a flower out of watermelon, then cut a circle shape out of the center of the flower and fill it with a honey-dew melon circle. It fits perfectly and looks great!

Some great uses for the Pop Chef could be mini sandwiches, ham and cheese bites, fondant decorations for cupcakes, fruit kabobs and even cookie dough shapes. The possibilities are endless!

The Pop Chef comes with 3-piece Pop Chef tool, dislodging tool, skewers, 6 shapes, and an instruction & recipe guide.

Check out the Pop Chef here: www.getpopchef.com


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  1. That looks really fun.. and might make eating lunch fun for my son.

  2. Julie Wood says

    I really like this fun Pop Chef item to get for a present for my niece. It looks like the cheese flowers turned out really good. I think it is a creative and fun way to get kids to have fun making fun food creations!

  3. courtney b says

    my kids love toys where they can cook!! this is so neat!

  4. Michelle F. says

    How fun! I would Loventhat.

  5. Sarah L says

    That looks like a fun addition to the kitchen for kids. Thanks for the review.

  6. courtney b says

    this is so cool 🙂 my daughter would love this,

  7. Richard Hicks says

    I like this. Great way to get those picky eaters to eat and have fun

  8. Rebecca Parsons says

    Never heard of this before. But I think it would be great for making kids’ eating more fun. And also great for decorating. Really neat product.

  9. Betsy Barnes says

    This is so cool! I used to go through great pains cutting foods into fun shapes when my son was younger, this certainly would have saved me time and makes prettier shapes:)

  10. ellen beck says

    Thats really kind of fun looking! It might make picky eaters get curious enough to try something new and it looks easy enough kids can use it.

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