Kitchen Gadgets Food

Skip Hop Palette Plate More Views Skip Hop Palette Plate $30.00 This is one clever plate set, from its easy functionality to its eye-catching design that looks like an artist's palette. Three drop-in bowls and a non-slip cup pad surround an open snack area, keeping foods separate and allowing for plenty of options. Translucent lids let you prepare and store the meal in advance, or easily put away leftovers for next time. Even the bottom has a non-slip grip, helping it stay put during even the most animated of mealtimes.
  • 96 months ago Giggle »

    Squirt Baby Food Dispensing Spoonnew! $8.00 Want an easier way to serve up baby food? End the back and forth between jar and mouth with this clever utensil. Just load up the dispenser and give a little squeeze for instant spoon refills, one bite at a time. The protective cover seals food in, making it a great choice for meals on the go. It makes feeding so simple, you can do it with one hand!

  • 98 months ago Giggle »

    Snack Ball More Views Snack Ballnew! $6.50 Innovative, smart and stylish, the Snack Ball is a great way to serve up munchies. Sturdy enough to keep food from getting crushed, it's perfect for tossing into a purse or diaper bag when you need to take it to go. The two halves unscrew for easy cleaning, and the lid rotates for easy dispensing.

  • 101 months ago Giggle »

    Mimi the Sardine Lunchbug $22.00 These fun, sturdy, and re-usable lunch bags have a zip top to prevent spills, making them the perfect bag for taking snacks and lunches on the go. Made of acrylic-coated cotton with a black nylon lining, they're also eco-friendly and a breeze to clean. Another fun option from Mimi the Sardine!

  • 110 months ago Giggle »

    Fluid No-Spill Toddler Cupnew! $6.00 This easy-grip cup is ergonomically designed for little hands. The angled spout requires less head tipping to drink, making it easier to use and harder to spill. It holds up to 9 ounces and is dishwasher-safe for an innovative way to serve your child’s favorite beverage.

  • 110 months ago Giggle »

    Benders Adaptable Utensilsnew! $6.00 A little flexibility is always a good thing, especially when you're teaching your child how to eat. These bendable utensils can be adjusted to accommodate your child's grip and make mealtime easier for awkward early eaters. As motor skills improve, gradually straighten them to help ease the transition to regular utensils. They also have soft grips and generous scoops to make sure some food actually makes it into baby's mouth!

  • 110 months ago Giggle »

    Catch Bowl More Views Catch Bowlnew! $7.00 This bowl won't prevent spills, but it will help contain them! A built-in food catcher bridges the gap between bowl and mouth so that crumbs and dribbles don't end up in your child's lap. A suction cup base also gives the bowl extra stability. It's a simple and innovative feeding solution that's perfect for ages 9 months and up!

  • 117 months ago cooking-gadgets.com »

    Pizzazz Pizza Oven: Perhaps the weirdest way to bake pizza - it rotates your pizza around to bake it with the powerful little 1,235 oven - and in half the time a normal oven bakes pizza.

  • 119 months ago Tokyomango »

    This is a microwave potato chip maker. Good for those who are having movie night at their house but only have a bag of Russet potatoes, or for those who like to have everything homemade. It comes with a slicer, which you first use to thinly slice your potatoes. Then you simply place the slices on the rack, stick the rack in the microwave for 6 minutes, and you have your own fresh, sodium- and funky chemical-free bowl of crispy potato chips!

  • 125 months ago Jamieoliver »

    Flavour Shaker is designed to crush, mix, puree, blend and release flavour from whole spices, herbs, garlic, nuts, citrus rind or even lime or bay leaves. In just a few seconds you can create and add flavour to all kinds of everyday dishes. Simply pop your ingredients inside, add the magic ball and give it a good shake.

  • 127 months ago Sur La Table »

    A divine cooking and living site.

  • 130 months ago Compactimpact »

    Throw away the top of your soda bottle and put this on. Give it a few pumps by squishing the ball on the top until the bottle is slightly hardened.