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Goodbye toddler tantrums and mealtime missiles - doddl toddler cutlery is here to make mealtimes easy and more enjoyable!


Ordinary children’s cutlery is not easy for your little one to use successfully, but every part of the doddl toddler spoon, fork and knife is ergonomically designed to solve that problem.


Each element of this toddler cutlery set has been expertly designed to help children from 12 months+ to learn to use cutlery with ease. The short compact handles are easy to grip and control, whilst the soft touch areas will encourage your child to open up their fingers and ‘pinch’ the cutlery, developing strength in the pincer grip (a key motor-skill).


The doddl knife has a unique design making it easy for your child to chop their food successfully. The handle sits in your child’s palm and allows them to push down through food, making it much easier to use effectively.


Certified safe and recommended by experts, doddl makes using cutlery easy, building dexterity and co-ordination through self-feeding, helping your child to become a confident and independent eater.


With doddl you will experience a lot more eating and learning and a lot less waste and stress!

Doddl Spoon, Fork & Knife Set

Colour: Indigo

    • Recommended by Feeding and Development experts, Nutritionalists and Occupational Therapists

    • Handles are contoured to perfectly fit your child's hand

    • Colourful soft touch areas on either side of the handles help develop your child’s pincer grip (a key motor skill)

    • Fork prongs are functional but safe for children

    • Cutlery ends made from food safe stainless steel

    • Knife handle sits in the palm making it easy to push down through food

    • Knife blade is cleverly designed to chop through food but not skin

    • Contoured handles naturally encourage the correct finger placement making the transition to adult cutlery easy 
    • Available in three vibrant colours

    • Easy to clean and dishwasher safe

    • BPA and Phthalates free

    • Multiple award winning British design