Parents reckon Aldi’s £3.50 Peppa Pig & Hey Duggee plates are the secret to getting fussy kids eating their dinner

MUMS are raving about kids’ plates from Aldi featuring Hey Duggee and Peppa Pig, claiming they’re ideal for getting fussy kids to eat their dinner. 

The supermarket is selling a range of kids’ plates for £3.49, which also come in a Minion and a Frozen design. 

The plates have three separate compartments, which mums have said is perfect for ensuring food doesn’t touch – meaning their kids are more likely to finish their tea. 

Describing the crockery, Aldi said: “Make dinnertime more interesting for your little one by giving them their own adorable dinner plate to eat from. 

“This Hey Duggee Kids' Dinner Plate is perfect for little fans! 

“With 3 section dividers, this plate will help to get your little ones eating independently and enjoying family meals together.” 

  • Peppa Pig Kids' Dinner Plate, Aldi, £3.49 – buy now

One mum spotted the colourful plates and shared her find on Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group.

She said: “Wouldn't say a huge bargain but I've just seen and ordered these hey duggee plates, Aldi have others to also cutlery [sic].” 

More than 1,000 people have commented on the post, with a few other mums pointing out there's matching cutlery available too. 

  • Hey Duggee Kids' Cutlery Set, Aldi, £3.49 – buy now

Commenting online, one mum said: “[Son] might eat his dinner if I get one.”

Another one: “This is what you need for [son] so can have his food separate.” 

A third raved: “Hey duggee, and seperate sections!!!”

This parent agreed, writing: “Yes! He’s fussy with things touching too so might help?”

Another thought: “Aww look then your food won't touch.”

This mum wrote: “These are good for the boy's food not touching.”

While another added: “Going to get [daughter] one of these she might eat her food now.”

The plates and cutlery will be available in-store from August 30, with some available to pre-order now.

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