Handy feeding sets

Handy feeding sets

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  • Thinkbaby Complete Feeding Set

    Moms who worry about BPA in plastic dishes like to buy from companies like Thinkbaby, which uses only nonleaching stainless steel. This colorful feeding set comes with a baby bowl, soup bowl, kids' cup, bento box, fork, and spoon – plus lids.

    What to watch out for: The lid on the bento box can lose its grip, and the utensils are best suited for younger kids.

    How much: $40

  • BabyBjorn Plate and Spoon Set

    Simple, classic, and sleek, this set is designed to minimize mess while your tot learns to self-feed. The fat spoon is easy to grab, and the plate's contoured shape helps kids scoop up food (while making it tricky for them to pick the thing up and hurl it across the room).

    What to watch out for: It can be hard to remove stains, and some moms complain that the plate is too large for highchair trays.

    How much: $35

  • Oxo Tot 4-Piece Feeding Set

    Design junkies will love the look of the OXO feeding set, in bright tones like orange, aqua, and green. The utensils have nonslip grips, and the plate ring that keeps food inside the plate (it's removable for bigger kids) is sheer genius.

    What to watch out for: Parents complain that the plate is too small and wish it came with a lid, as the bowl does.

    How much: $20

  • Zoe b Fantastic Anti-Plastic Dish Set

    Dishes made of corn? Yes, you read that right. After years of development and much anticipation, zoe b has come out with the first line of dishwasher-safe dishes made entirely of corn. We don't have to tell you what that means: no BPA or phthalates.

    What to watch out for: The dishes aren't microwave safe, so don't try to nuke 'em.

    How much: $16

  • Boon Groovy Interlocking Plate and Bowl Set

    A favorite among parents who want their kitchens to look modern and mess-free, the Groovy Interlocking Set is a good choice for tots still learning to get food from plate to spoon to mouth. Picky kids will also like how it neatly separates all their food. The attachable small bowls are good for dipping sauces and for toddler-sized portions.

    What to watch out for: The suction could be stronger. And some parents complain about the bowls being a bit too small.

    How much: $12

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