- Safely introduces toddler to utensils
- Wide, easy-grip handles for little hands
- Rounded fork tines for extra safety
- Includes(1) fork, (1) spoon
- Dishwasher-safe and BPA-free
Great Toddler Utensil Set
I really like this NUK BPA Free utensil set. The handle is perfect for chubby, little hands. I really like that the fork is hooked at the end so that it doesn’t accidentally poke or get used to do excess scratching (a favorite hobby of my 13 month old). I highly recommend this set!
Easy to grip and kids love it!
These work really great for my children! The handles are nice and wide and easy to grip, and it makes easy for a child that is just learning to use a fork/spoon. Would recommend!
Buy an extra set!
This set is the best one out here! I bought a few different sets when my daughter was around 9 months old so that we could try a few out to find the best one. She picked these up so much faster than others, and now that she’s 19 months, these are the only ones she uses. We bought a set for both grandparents’ house, and everyone is so happy with how well she eats with a spoon and fork.The fork is the big deal here. The tines are rounded, but still very easy to pick things up with, plus I don’t have to worry about her poking her mouth or anything with sharp tines. She can pick up anything from apples to pieces of hamburger to egg to strawberries to pasta, and the list goes on.The spoon is pretty flat, so it’s not great for very liquid things, but who gives their toddler really runny things anyway? lol She eats applesauce, oatmeal, most soups (we thicken runny soups for her), and we know she can handle it.I like that the handles are not curved or anything like some other brands. These are chunky and straight, and the little ball on the end makes it easy for me to rotate the spoon or fork if she gets it at an odd angle.Five stars, for sure!!
After a long search, these are the best!
My 1.5 yr. old daughter has just begun feeding herself, and after searching for forks that actually work, are BPA free, and won’t hurt her if she jabs herself in the mouth or face, I can happily say that I’ve found the best toddler spoon/fork set! She can grip the chunky handles steadily and use the utensils better than any I’ve seen her try so far, and I don’t have to worry about safety. Even the spoon is well designed: she actually gets a mouthful of food on it and eats effectively! (Other spoons were too small, or too deep, this is just right!) The look of accomplishment on her face is so rewarding!
Fork is useless
The spoons are great. They have big nubby handles perfect for little hands. The fork however, just seems to be a source of frustration for a child of any age as the tips are so rounded they cannot pick anything up with the fork except maybe spaghetti noodles.
Nice, but not that helpful.
My son has been eating with these and several other types of cutlery since he started eating solid foods at around 9 months. They are easy for him to use to scoop up and stab the food, but almost too big for his mouth. Still searching for the perfect set! I wish I still had my baby fork and spoon set that was metal. I’m not convinced the modern nubby handle designs are best.
Handle shape is great…
…but I think the fork and spoon parts are a little bit too big. My son is a big boy, but he often hits the sides of his mouth while trying to feed himself due to the size of these. We have some plastic toddler spoons which are a better size for us.
Great little set!
Very grippy handles perfect for little hands, my 10 month old son loves these. The spoon is not too shallow, I get plenty of food on it for him. I like that the tip is metal rather than plastic, so food won’t stain. Best baby flatware I’ve found! Dishwasher safe too — added bonus!