Baby Dipper Feeding Set, Pink

Baby Dipper Feeding Set, Pink

Who says a bowl has to be round? The patented triangular-shaped Baby Dipper® bowl allows one-handed feeding of infants, and makes self-feeding easy for toddlers. The non-slip base, contoured interior, spoon-shaped lower corner, and colorful transparent sides combine to make mealtime a fun and clean experience for all. Parents can use their free hand to clean or entertain baby, or to keep baby’s hands out of the bowl. Toddlers can concentrate on getting their food onto their spoons and into their mouths, and avoid the frustrations of chasing the food around the bowl and the bowl around the table. This set is BPA-free, phthalate-free, lead-free, and PVC-free. Meets CPSIA standards.

Main features

  • Easy feeding using only one hand for parents or toddlers
  • Non-skid base helps prevent slipping
  • Contoured triangular interior and matching spoon and fork aid in gathering food
  • Vertical transparent sides assist with scooping and provide clear view of food
  • BPA-free, phthalate-free, lead-free, PVC-free

Verified reviews



this bowl is TINY! my 9 month old used it once before we gave up and just switched to adult plates. i had to fill it 3 times and the whole point of this bowl is to create independence.

Madeline North Windham, CT

Toy utensils

These utensils are toy size and do not work well for either a baby or toddler. The spoon is tiny, yet deep. The tines on the fork are so thick they just break the food so it cannot be picked up. My daughter never learned to use the bowl. I gave these to my daughter to use in her toy kitchen now that she is older as they are useless for actual eating. Instead I recommend the Vital Baby First Stainless Steel Cutlery Set.

Caryn Norfolk, NE

Only used a couple times, regular tupperware works better!

I make my own baby food and freeze it in ice cube trays before storing it in the fridge as mini-meals to defrost and reheat prior to mealtime. I bought this naively thinking that I needed a special little dish and silverware set to feed my daughter. I used it twice and then moved on right away to a more simple solution. Simply put, you don’t need to spend the money unless it’s a gift. I purchased BPA-free small disposable containers at Target and use those for defrosting and heating, then feeding her directly from it. You cannot heat this item, so unless you’re serving food that does not need to be heated, it is not useful for that purpose (unless you want to dirty additional dishes). The silverware is nice and small for me to give her to play with while I feed her from a different spoon, but is not what I use for feeding. The 6-pack of Munchkin spoons you can buy on Amazon is much better.

Rosanne Jensen Beach, FL

baby bowl

I hate this bowl! My husband bought it for our daughter and I can say we NEVER use it. Ended up throwing away the spoon and “fork” because my baby is teething and therefore chews on everything, she ended up easily ripping the rubber off the ends. They are also super small. The spoon is dipped in so much my baby has a hard time getting everything off it, the bowl is an awkward shape and makes it hard for her to get food out. Over all ends in a very frustrated and hungry baby… she does great with other spoons and bowls. So now this bowl just sits on the shelf. Very disappointed. Don’t waste your money

Melba Norridgewock, ME

nice idea,needs improvement

I like the triangle concept but I expected the bowl and spoon lil bigger and second con is that the base doesn’t really stay put,I thought its more rubbery

Frankie Canton, MA

My favorite dish

I bought several different bowls to use for introducing my baby to solid foods. This one is my favorite. It’s very small, which is what I was looking for. The inner corners are rounded which makes it easy to scoop food into the spoon. It also adheres to the table, which keeps my little one from knocking it out of my hand when she reaches for it.

Maricela Hampton, FL

Love this bowl!

This bowl is a such a fantastic idea! My little guy is very busy, even when eating, so it’s helpful to be able to have one hand free to hold him somewhat still to make sure feeding time doesn’t take an hour! The shape is also great for helping him use the utensils himself. LOVE LOVE LOVE!

Verna Olanta, PA