From sippy cups to plates and utensils, make mealtime easier with these top toddler feeding products!
With the holiday season upon us and Black Friday and Cyber Monday less than one week away, I figured it might be useful to some to round up some of my favorite toddler feeding products. You know, for those kids of yours that don’t have ANYTHING! Actually, this list is really for Mom and Dad or Nana and Grandpa… unless your toddler finds it as much fun to shop for feeding supplies as much as I do!
Here’s Lily’s first video appearance when I talk about a few of these products on Facebook:
The Best Toddler Feeding Products
Posted by Mom to Mom Nutrition on Sunday, November 20, 2016
I have yet to create a baby feeding products list but I’ve found that most of these products can be used for babies too! Or at least they are what little bro used when making the transition from formula to solids [with the addition of a few small spoons, bibs, and high chair].
Why do I love these products? Basically, they are all super easy to wash [most dishwasher friendly] and reasonably priced. And well, they work well for my family- hence, why we use them almost daily! I’d love to hear if you have them too… or something else that food-loving Santa should bring my toddlers!
10 Toddler Feeding Products
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Re-Play Divided Plates
Pottery Barn Fork and Spoon
Camelbak Kids Water Bottle
OXO Tot Straw Cup
Ozera Popsicle Molds
Silicone Ice Cube Trays
Beyond the food but useful at mealtime….
Farmers Market Sorting Set: From color sorting to recognizing new foods, this has been a staple play food toy in our house [and play kitchen].
Black + Decker Hand Vacuum: Highly recommended if you do not have a dog picking up the scraps on the floor after your toddler has finished his or her meal!
If there’s anything on this list I think you should buy it’s the hand vac. And the plates. We could all use a little help from electronics and a dishwasher when it comes to feeding toddlers!
So tell me: What *things* beyond toys do you plan on buying for your toddlers this holiday season?!