Dinner Winner Kid's Dinner Tray From £7 @ Amazon

Dinner Winner Kid's Dinner Tray From £7 @ Amazon

Got a fussy eater at home and looking for new ideas? Lots of parents swear by the Dinner Winner kids' food tray, and right now you can snap them up from just £7 at Amazon. That's less than half the RRP of £14.99.

The idea is that you can make meal times more fun for little ones by turning it into a game, as the tray divides food into 8 small manageable portions to encourage youngsters to clean their plates. When they get to the finish line children can open the box to get a special treat.

There are several designs to choose from, with the Pirate and Supper Hero costing just £7, and the other styles from £11.60.

Home delivery is free for Amazon Prime members, and on orders over £20, otherwise charges from £3.49 will apply.

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  • Amy T.

    maybe woody might like this?!

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    • Katie W.

      He would pick it up and launch it across my room lol x

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    • Claire H.

      should maybe give this a go with Lewis

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      • Scott O.

        He still wouldn’t eat anything :rolling_eyes:

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        • Claire H.

          I know probably not

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          • Scott O.

            A bit like you :eyes::joy:

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          • Holly H.

            to get Leslie to eat his veg?

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            • Abbie C.

              should we give this a go?

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              • Gemma L.

                We use these at work! Defo worth a go! X

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                • Abbie C.

                  to be fair he has got much better than he was but it might be a good way to get him to eat different things xx

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                  • Gemma L.

                    exactly! And as it’s only a little of each thing it doesn’t look too much for him to be able to eat it! Xx

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                  • Tanith R.

                    Baily will jump straight to the end :joy:

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                    • Chelsea W.

                      No I found better one lol

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                      • Kelcie B.

                        Can you get me this please ?

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                        • Kayleigh M.

                          I was just looking at this :joy: thank you Hun xx

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                          • Jenn R.

                            Class!! That’s a good idea x

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                            • Sian H.

                              Craig’s nephew had one and it worked really really well

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