- Even if you don’t eat your greens, you can “green” your meal time with colorful, reusable green eats bowls
- Made from 100% recycled plastic milk containers, this ultra-safe recycled plastic has no melamine, bpa, phthalates, pvc, or external coatings
- Ideal for holding everything from applesauce to ziti, and they’re dishwasher safe
- Made in the USA from 100% food-safe recycled plastic milk containers
- Green Eats manufacturing processes save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Excellent tableware for toddlers!
I bought the Green Eats bowls, cups and sectioned plates for my grandson, who had outgrown his baby plates. The tableware is absolutely safe, with no chemicals that will leach into his food and drink. Also great was the price and the fact they were packaged in two’s, so he has a set at home and at Nanny’s.
Perfect for toddlers and preschoolers
I love these bowls! My 19 month old daughter has a habit of tossing her plates and bowls when she’s done eating and these won’t break. The bowl is low and wide enough for her to eat cereal and yogurt from easily. They’ve held up well in the dishwasher and haven’t stained from tomato sauces. I’m happy that foods, like dried oatmeal, are easier to remove from these bowls than from ceramic bowls. I’ve never needed to soak these bowls.
Everyone that comes over and sees our set complements them and can’t believe they were made of recycled plastic. We have had ours for half a year and they still look brand new. They hold up in the dishwasher perfectly, even on the bottom rack. These are a perfect size for me to cut up a little sandwiches or fill up with cut fruit without overflowing. We also use these bowls to mix easy bake oven cake batches in.
Green Eats bowls
These bowls are wonderful. They are sturdy, functional, great size, and colorful. My son loves them and loves to mix these with all the colors of the other Green Eats products that we bought for a colorful set at the table.
nice, big bowls
These are nice big bowls. I think I would rather them be a tad smaller as I am using these for a 4 year old. These are an adult sized bowl (to me). So it is quite big for him. He can use it, but I have to be better about portion control because it looks like less food in such a big bowl. They are too big to throw into a lunch box unless you have a big insulated bag.So for an adult to bring to work, they are great. For an adult or older child at home, they are kinda pointless because you would use a regular ceramic bowl. For a small child at home, they work but are a bit big.
I use these bowls for my 2 year old. I like that its a good plastic, and the size is convenient for meals and I like the shape and depth. Good for serving things like soup, rice and beans, mac and cheese, and fruit. We put in the dishwasher (no dry cycle) and its held up great.
these bowls are easy to use for my toddler. she doesn’t tip them over easily. they are also easy to clean.