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Feeding Essentials: Baby Spoons, Cups, Plates & More

by Holly V. Kapherr


Feeding Essentials: Baby Spoons, Cups, Plates & More

Starting solids? Make mealtime a success with these fab baby feeding tools

NICE to have:

The no-slip Baby Björn Plate & Spoon Set was designed for baby with low, shallow sides to help him feed himself, making this a go-to fave. ($25; target.com)

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Fight baby’s urge to fling with the Munchkin Stay-Put Suction Bowl. Leftovers? Snap on the stay-tight lid. Bonus: You get three for the price. ($10; babiesrus.com)

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With the date dial on the Baby Brezza Quattro Storage System, you won’t have to guess about freshness, but it only holds four portions. ($15; babybrezza.com)

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Freeze two weeks’ worth of portions in the mumi&bubi Solids Starter Kit and have meals on hand at a moment’s notice. ($30; amazon.com)

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Committed to making all your own baby food? The Béaba Babycook defrosts, steams, blends and reheats. ($119; amazon.com)

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Puréeing part time? Pull the rip cord of the Boon Mush Manual Baby Food Processor and blend purées in seconds. ($25; booninc.com)

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Safeguard against spills! The mOmma Non-Spill Sippy Cup always keeps baby’s beverages upright. ($12; diapers.com)

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The MAM BPA-Free Learn to Drink Cup’s soft spout makes the transition from breast or bottle to cup easy. ($6; babiesrus.com)

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The double-sided Spoon-Z is angled to conform to baby’s grasp, making feeding easier, but you only get one for the price. ($8; amazon.com)

NEED to have:

Tommee Tippee 8-Pack Explora Feeding Spoons are a great value for an everyday essential. ($5; babiesrus.com)