Over the years, my family has had the chance to enjoy some fun products from my blogging reviews, especially those that are kitchen-related. However, it's been quite awhile since something has caught my kids' attention as much as the Obol Cereal Bowl did.
As my daughter said, "It's a bowl where the food doesn't have to touch and won't be mushy!"
The Obol Cereal Bowl is touted as the "original crispy bowl." It features a graduated bowl with a divider, to separate the crispy cereal from the milk until ready to eat. When it's time to eat, just use a spoon to move one bite at a time down a little slide into the milk. No more soggy cereal at the bottom of the bowl, no matter how long the meal takes.
Other options that work well in the Obol bowl include soup and crackers, chips and salsa, or cookies and milk (my son's vote, of course).
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As an added back to school bonus, we discovered the bowls can be pre-filled and kept in the fridge, to make the getting-ready process much smoother.
All we need now is a second one for the other kid! Buy on Amazon for $19.99
For additional information, please visit: http://obol.co/
Shannon is a Canadian mom to her two little Texans, who love helping test new products. Besides MomTrends, she writes "BentoLunch.net - What's for Lunch at Our House", her own blog detailing the adventures of feeding her children.
Momtrends was not paid for this post; we did receive an Obol bowl of our very own.