Monday, May 25, 2015

Kidliga Portion Control Dinnerware

Disclosure: I received a sample product to help facilitate the review. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.



Kidliga portion control dinnerware is amazing for helping to teach the kids the right amounts of each food group they should have in their dishes. With cute, colorful designs, the little circles you see in the picture above depict what food group should be in each spot, and approximately how much of it should be too, for a child-sized serving.


Each set (blue or pink) comes with a Sammie & Sax book. I had to laugh when I saw the title, "Sammie & Sax in the Land of Quinoa." My granddaughter is only 2-years-old and she just loves quinoa. In fact, it was one of her first words. So while the dishes will stay here (they are porcelain), and in spite of the fact that we like quinoa too, I have to give the book to her. :)


My son loves his new three-piece set because he thinks it's cool. I love it because it helps reiterate to him the importance of proper portion control. Those of you who have seen him know he's a little beanpole, so it's not an obesity measure (though this would be great for that!!), but he does tend to want to load up on what he loves, and take miniscule amounts of what he doesn't, at the dinner table. That is no longer acceptable with the portion control plates, but they're so fun he doesn't grouch about it. He likes dishing out the right amounts in the right spots. :)

I like the Kidlinga set. Be sure to check out their website if you want to purchase a set for your home. You will also find family-friendly recipes, coloring pages, and more over there too. And be sure to visit their Facebook and/or Twitter.

What do you do to ensure proper portion control with the kids?

28 comments:

  1. Love those kind of plates. In my old job wherein we supply the government for things like this (for their giveaways for kids), they love the portion control plates and teaches kids to eat more veggies, etc in a fun way!

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  2. What a great idea. Portion sizes are even difficult for adults on occasion--ok more ten on occasion. Great idea to start them learning about portion control and what they should be eating while they are still young.

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  3. I can think of quite a few adults who would benefit from these plates too.

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  4. What absolutely cute dinnerware! I think think appeals to children of all ages and thanks for highlighting this today!

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  5. What an amazing idea! I wonder if there is similar dinnerware for adults too?

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  6. If only more kids had been taught portion control. That is an awesome idea.

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  7. That is great, many should be taught portion control.

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  8. That is just too cute! We love quinoa too :) I need a plate like this for me lol. These look like such high quality. I agree that it should not go to a 2 year old! Maybe when she visits she can use the plate.

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  9. I need that for ME. This would help me not over-eat :)

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  10. how intressting this portion control dinnerware is. i hope these is one also for elders :) and not only for kids

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  11. This is a fun way to make portion control something to play with instead of something to endure :) Our youngest can't get enough quinoa so she would love that, too!

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  12. Thanks for all these enthusiastic comments about Kidliga! Some of you mentioned you would be interested in adult plates. Good news is Livliga has created Adult versions too! You can choose between two pattern--Halsa or Vivente. They come in individual place settings or 16 pc sets, service for 4. We also have beverage and wine glasses with fill-lines built in. Please go check out our website: www.LivligaHome.com. Live vibrant! Sheila Dietrich, Founder & CEO of Livliga

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  13. Wow what a beautiful set of Porcelain dishes! I don't blame you for keeping them safe for her! Portion control is very important!

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  14. What a great set! I think kids under 8 would love this! I know my youngest would. She loves to read and would to have her own dinner decor that she has picked out.

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  15. This is really cute! I love kid dishes. I already bought my youngest nephew 2 sets.

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  16. The dinnerware set looks so cute. Kids would really love them and I guess this is one way to entice them to eat.

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  17. I absolutely love portion control plates both for kids and for adults, these are really pretty and glad your son likes them

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  18. Such a great way to incorporate everything together! I'm sure our friend's kids would love this - I'll definitely have to share it.

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  19. I could use this platewear for myself! I know my kids would benefit from portion control plates like this.

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  20. Aww I think my grandson would really love this, and I totally agree with you. Great Post my friend. Thanks for sharing all the neat tips too.

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  21. Those are amazing plates. My daughter would be thrilled to have them and maybe she will be more eager to eat

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  22. This is a great set, and the purpose behind it is also great! :) It's so important to teach healthy eating habits from the start.

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  23. Omg how cute is this dinner plate set?!? My daughter would totally love a set like this!

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  24. That looks so cute!!!! My daughter would love this, heck I love this to help keep my portions smaller.

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  25. This is a great idea for kids. I know some adults that could use some portion control too.

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  26. So cute !!! I know several adults that could use this... in our house alone :)

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  27. Very cute sets for the kids, i love the Mrs. Strawberry's Easy Peasy Quinoa Salad recipe. Going to have to try that one.

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  28. These are really cute, and an awesome way to teach portion control at an early age!

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