Heinz Cutlery Twist On Soft Spoon Tips
3.2 from 16 star ratings
  • Good idea

    3.5 out of 5

    I can definitely see the ingenuity behind this product, however it isn’t that easy to use without major spillage. It is however very cute though

  • Useless

    1.5 out of 5

    These spoons are quite useless. Much easier to squeeze the pouch direct into the child’s mouth or use a proper spoon to feed them. A bit of a gimmick

  • Helpful little tool for the baby bag

    4 out of 5

    I have loved using these screw on pouch spoons over the years, very helpful for the bubs that won’t suck on pouch and easy to clean up too.

  • Good idea in theory

    1 out of 5

    This was a good idea in theory but my bub is so curious that she would grab at the food pouch every time it went near her face and squeeze it causing it to go everywhere, and because you can’t put it back into the pouch, it was just a mess and a waste. This would work perfectly for someone who’s bub wasn’t so grabby

  • Amazing for emergency feeds

    4.5 out of 5

    These are a life saver when your out and about and your little one wants something quick to eat. I can twist this onto his favorite fruit or custard and feed him whilst I push the trolley round the supermarket. Easy, quick and simple to use. A must have to give to all mums.

  • cute stuff

    4.5 out of 5

    i had used these when my son was little. these are really helpful if you in the car and dont want any spills. recommend buying.

  • Keeps things fresh

    4 out of 5

    I have never used these spoons out. But I have used them at home when first starting food and found them helpful to feed from a food pouch. Once babies start grabbing and gaining a sense of independence a seperate spoon is just as easy and prevents mess all over the pouch! However I loved having them in the draw so I didn’t have to waste any food as I hadn’t poured any out.

  • Great on the go

    5 out of 5

    These are a life saver they dont take up space at all in your baby bag so when you forget to pack a spoon they are there ,its actually more easier and fun than a regular spoon

  • Good tips

    3.5 out of 5

    These spoons are great for baby feeding, they’re nice and soft and small enough for their little mouths. I use the full spoons though.

  • Great for going out

    3.5 out of 5

    Found these spoons in supermarket & tried them. They’re great for going out & easier feeding. Attached to all bought pouches & homemade ones too. My only issue is remembering to bring them when out!

  • Super helpful

    3.5 out of 5

    This is great to know how much your feeding your little one. I love how you can just squeeze out the right amount to feed bub, instead of trying to guess squeeze.

  • Great for pouches!

    4 out of 5

    It’s really handy to be able to find with one hand from the pouch. Once you get used to the squeezing, you can shake the food to the tip of the spoon depending on the consistency of the puree. The thing is remembering to take the spoon off before throwing out the pouch! Also the chunkier 8+ month food pouches don’t work as it doesn’t fit through the spoon hole.

  • Decent spoons

    3 out of 5

    Not my favourite spoons to use, it’s easier and more convenient to use separate spoons but they still do the job fine.

  • Not ideal.

    1 out of 5

    We used these when my son was little. The concept was awesome as i just kept them in my bag for emergencies… but the practice not so great. But the time he could get to the back of the spoon he was big enough to suck it straight from the pouch.

  • Disappointing

    2 out of 5

    Disappointing. They’re easy to screw on food pouches. However when you press to pouch the food comes out at the back of the spoon which make it harder for little mouth to get too as we tend to feed the babies with the tip of the spoon.

  • great idea

    2.5 out of 5

    I love the idea of these spoon tips but find the reality a bit different. When I used them for my kids the food was always pushes backwards on the spoon (as with all spoons) where as with a child that is learning or has a small mouth needs the food at the front of the spoon.

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