Mum Praises Aldi Plate That Gets Her Fussy Daughter To Eat
Anyone who has ever had to try and feed a child knows that it's not always the easiest task. It can be tricky to get them to sit down and eat their entire meal, but luckily, Aldi has just about solved the problem with its "Winner Dinner" plate that turns mealtimes into a game.
A mum has taken to the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK to share her joy, saying: "I really struggle with my three-year-old as she never sits still so we are constantly telling to her to sit back down, also she is very fussy and doesn't like meals.
"But bought this plate today from Aldi for £6.99 and she's sat and eaten ALL her dinner including the veg! Under the castle at the end is a pudding - she loves it!"
The clever plate works by dividing meals into eight manageable portions that follow a trail from the start to the finish line. If kids finish, there's a treat in the ninth section for good boys and girls.
The plate was released as part of Aldi's Baby & Toddler Specialbuy event, which launched 25th Apri. While these items are usually gone when they sell out, the plates are still available and can be found on Amazon, too
Other mums in the group have been praising how well the plate works for kids with difficulties like autism, too. One said "been using one for few months now my son has autism and can't have food touching so this is great game and has helped him eat and try different things."
Another said, "my 2 year old fussy eater ate all of this tonight, I love this plate."
Describing the plate, Aldi said: "Children will love eating all there food to complete the trail. They will be having so much fun they won't even realise they are eating their greens! It's also dishwasher safe, making it super convenient for you, too".
While the plate is still for sale in two different versions including a "forest" themed game, they're selling out fast, with Aldi having sold over 100 in the last day or so. If you've got a fussy child in your life, it's probably not a bad idea to hurry and snap one (or two) up.
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