I really try hard to make sure that nearly every meal I offer is balanced and includes a vegetable and at least one fresh fruit. On really rushed evenings I sometimes find myself putting together a dinner plate and then realizing that I’m missing a food group. I like the reminder that filling all those divided compartments gives me to diversify what winds up on Kayla’s plate.
Honestly I can only say good things. I love that unlike plastic plates the Din Din doesn’t get scratched to bits by toddler forks because those scratches become bacteria hotbeds. I like throwing it the bottom rack on the dishwasher and watching it come out clean and dry each time. I also love that unlike muffin tins the compartments are sized differently so I can put larger main course items in those and save smaller ones for something like a dipping sauce.
The Innobaby Din Din stainless divided platter sells for about $15 and you can find it right here: Get my Innobaby Din Din