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Our favourite bamboo baby plates your weaning tot will love

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Bamboo baby plate

So much of our tots weaning gear (bowls, plates, spoons, everything…) is made from plastic, which is why we're such huge fans of the bamboo baby plate. Not only are they super cute, but they’re also made from natural bamboo, so they’re great for the environment too. 

Weaning expert and PE teacher to the nation, Joe Wicks, first sparked our obsession with these eco-friendly plates after using them for both his children's weaning journeys. 

They are now very popular meaning there is now a wide range of plastic-free children’s crockery and cutlery, bowls and plates to choose from. We’ve chosen our favourites you can buy today, ready for you to try out lots of new weaning recipes.


Cute as a button, this little panda bamboo plate is just adorable. You can (if you have the time, ahahhaha) arrange your little one's food to make it look even more like a panda's face. 

The unicorn trend is here to stay and your unicorn obsessed tot will love this fun plate. Plus, we're more than happy to have this weaning crockery out on the sideboard and not hidden away in the cupboard with the rest of the plastic stuff. 

Suction is an important part of weaning bowls - it keeps things in place when your baby would rather throw everything around the room. This bamboo bowl comes with a cute matching spoon, too. 

Match your new bamboo bowls with these cute spoons too - the silicone heads can be removed for cleaning (hand-wash only). 

These bowls aren't bamboo wood but bamboo fibre, in some lovely colours. Going plastic-free doesn't have to be boring! 

Coming in a choice of six colours, this divider plate with suction is great for every meal time, especially if your tot doesn't like their food touching. It also comes complete with a bamboo spoon for feeding. 

  • Author: Sophie Knight Sophie Knight
  • Job Title: Contributing Editor

Sophie is a journalist and mum of one, and previously edited before moving on to write about family cars for - now Sophie is Commercial Content Editor for M&B, Closer, Heat, Empire, Yours, Garden News, and 

She is passionate about raising awareness around postnatal depression and is a Mental Health First Aider.

Sophie studied History at the University of Sheffield and has been in journalism for 16 years. 

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