If your child is picky like mine, you need to pull out all the stops to get them to eat what you want them to. Now I just pull out the Dippy Cups.
Gather 'round, moms. Behold, the secret of the dunk. For some reason...maybe it's the chance to get their fingertips finger-licking covered in sauce...but kids eat better if they'??re dipping into something. So now you're chance for change. No more singing, dancing, pleading and bargaining at mealtime. Just dipping.
With the Dippy Cups, my daughter is thrilled to eat things like chicken strips (perfect with honey mustard), carrot sticks (think ranch dressing or hummus), even broccoli (she loves the tiny trees with lemon juice).
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The Dippy gets so much love, her sippy is getting jealous. My daughter has actually been known to put the cups on the table hours before dinner. I don'??t mind. There used to be a dark cloud over our dinner table, so why would I be bothered when it's washed away by these colorful little circles of red, yellow or purple?
They make her happy, but they also make me happy. They'??re a great size (2 tablespoons for perfect portion control) and are made of 100% FDA-grade silicone, the same safe material that baby bottle nipples are made from. They'??re also slip-resistant and non-breakable, so when she gets a little over-enthused about apple slices and caramel dip for dessert, there'??s less mess. Husband is also smiling because Dippy Cups also surprisingly dishwasher safe. He has enough things to wash.
These soft cups now have a soft spot in my heart and a hard spot at our table for every meal. She never skips a chance to dip!
Dippy Cups are available in a six-pack of rainbow colors for $14.95 from www. dippycups.com
Momtrends was not paid for this post. We did get samples to test.