Boy and girl in the kitchen eating pasta. Photo 123RF

Having kids who are fussy eaters can be difficult. Possible solution – changing the plates they eat from, to add an entertaining element to mealtimes! Here are some that we think your kids will love!

Ingela P Arrhenius melamine plates, $15, from Huest.
Ingela P Arrhenius melamine plates, $15, from Huest.

Animal print plates

Let your kid choose from these brightly illustrated plates decorated with adorable animals and objects. They’ll probably come back for seconds!

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Beetle plates, $6.20, from Crate & Barrel
Beetle plates, $6.20, from Crate & Barrel

Insect Print Plates

The graphic illustrations on these beetle plates might just fuel your child’s interest in nature!

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Rabbit plate, $12.50, from Naiise and Galanga Living
Rabbit plate, $12.50, from Naiise and Galanga Living

Alice in Wonderland Plate

Let your kid relish in Alice In Wonderland-inspired whimsy with this colourful plate.

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Construction line dinner set, $62.68, from Constructive Eating.
Construction line dinner set, $62.68, from Constructive Eating.

Constructive Eating Plates

It’s not just a plate, but a game as well. Challenge your child to plow their way through their meal with the cool set of bulldozer cutlery by “driving” their spoonful up the ramps. The partitions on this plate also makes portion-sizing easy.

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Non-Slip Kids Bowl

The ergonomics of this plate and the non-slip base helps reduce messy spills when your child eats. No more headaches during mealtimes!

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Sketch.inc happy face plates, $42.70, from The Kids Who
Sketch.inc happy face plates, $42.70, from The Kids Who

Kids plates with faces

If your child loves being creative, let him or her use their dinner to “make up” the faces on their plates. And eat the food after, of course!

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Claudia Pearson dog plates, from $33.90, from West Elm
Claudia Pearson dog plates, from $33.90, from West Elm

Puppy plates for kids

Who doesn’t love adorable puppies all dressed up in their summertime best? We’re pretty sure your kid will. These plates are made of porcelain, so they are more suited for older children.

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