Baby Tableware

From baby feeding pots for tiny hands to weaning bowls and weaning plates for toddlers, here at Nuby, our range of colourful baby tableware includes everything you need to make the weaning process easy for you – and lots of fun for your little one! ...

From baby feeding pots for tiny hands to weaning bowls and weaning plates for toddlers, here at Nuby, our range of colourful baby tableware includes everything you need to make the weaning process easy for you – and lots of fun for your little one! 

Choose from a wide range of baby tableware in our collection, including our silicone baby spoons, forks, baby plates, stackable suction-base baby bowls, and more. All our weaning tableware is dishwasher proof and we only use food-grade silicone in our products. Discover more from our vibrant weaning tableware range, designed for your baby and toddler needs.

FAQ's

Are bamboo plates safe for babies?

Absolutely! Bamboo plates are not only eco-friendly, they are also safe for your baby. These plates are durable, and best of all, free from any harmful chemicals. Nuby UK offers a wide selection of baby-safe weaning accessories for you to choose from!

When do babies start using cutlery?

Generally, babies begin using cutlery around 12-15 months old. However, keep in mind that each child develops at their own pace, so this timeline may vary. Don’t worry, we have a fantastic range of Cutlery in our tableware  range specifically designed to help your baby with self-feeding!

How do I wean my baby?

Weaning is an exciting process where you gradually introduce solid foods to your little one alongside breast milk or formula. Start with pureed or mashed foods, and as your baby becomes more comfortable with eating solids, you can slowly introduce different textures. Our feeding range at Nuby includes products Bibs and Food Storage & Prep that can assist you as you navigate through this journey.

When should I start weaning my baby?

According to the World Health Organisation, weaning is recommended at around 6 months old. However, it’s essential to remember that every baby is unique. We always encourage you to consult with a healthcare professional before embarking on the weaning process.