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The best baby weaning products for less mess at mealtimes

It only feels like yesterday your little one was having her first newborn feed and now they are ready to start on solids.

It’s an exciting time - and a major milestone in your little one’s life – although you’ll definitely be going through more bibs than usual over the next few months! However you're choosing to start weaning your baby, make the process as smooth (and as mess-free) as possible with these brilliant weaning buys:

Types of baby weaning products

  • Weaning spoons
  • Weaning Bowls
  • First cup
  • Blender or other baby food making electronics
  • Freezer portion trays
  • Lidded storage pots
  • Freezer bags
  • Splash Mat

Safety features to look out for:

  • Look for products that are microwave, freezer and dishwasher resistant
  • Don't give any product that is broken for your baby to eat with
  • Read all the instructions to use the product, this way you can make it last longer

The Best Baby Weaning Products: 

Tommee Tippee Baby Food Steamer Blender


Please read as well the full review of this gold award winner


  • It’s fuss-free

  • It's easy to use

  • It does its job quickly and effectively.

  • You can choose the consistency of the puree


Bamboo Bamboo Suction Bowl and Spoon Set


Please read as well the full review of this silver award winner


  • It has a good suction that doesn't weaken over time.


MAM Trainer Cup


Please read as well the full review of this bronzer award winner


  • Its eye-catching design, grippy handles, and non-spill teat

  • It helps you to measure your baby’s fluid intake


Oxo Tot Feeding Plate



  • It has two separate sections, each with 120ml capacity
  • It fits comfortably in the hand
  • It has a non-slip base

ClevaMama ClevaFeed


  • Perfect to introduce your baby to fresh solid foods

  • Reduce the risk of choking

  • Hygienic silicone teat that is easy to clean


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