Collection: Snack Bowls

26 products
  • 7 Pieces Mini Silicone Bowls Multicolored Pinch Bowls Reusable Snack Bowls Silicone Condiment Bowls for Sauce, Nuts, Candy, Fruits, Appetizer, Snacks (Solid Color)
  • LiangTing Spill Resistant Gyro Bowl with Lid
  • Microwave Safe Bowls Set 13oz - 6 Wheat Straw Bowls Stylish Small Bowls Strong and Unbreakable for Dinner Rice Dessert Snacks Noodles Cereal and More Microwave Freezer and Dishwasher Safe
  • DOWAN 10 Ounces Small Bowl Set - Porcelain Dessert Bowls for Snacks, Rice, Condiments, Side Dishes, or Ice Cream, Dishwasher & Microwave Safe, White Dipping Sauce Bowl Set of 6, Bouillon Cups
  • Fresco 6-inch Plastic Bowls for Cereal or Salad | set of 8 in 4 Coastal Colors
  • Choary Eco-friendly Wheat Straw Baby Bowls, Microwave Dishwasher safe Bowl Sets - Unbreakable Natural Non-Toxin mini degradable Bowls for Snacks,Fruits, BPA FREE set of 5.
  • Jarratt Industries Double Dipper Bowls Dishwasher and Microwave Safe, Set of 4, Made in the USA
  • EVO Sustainable Goods 10 oz. Bowl Set, Blue
  • Youngever 9 Pack 10 Ounce Plastic Bowls, Kids Plastic Bowls, Set of 9 in 9 Coastal Colors
  • Youngever 9 Pack 10 Ounce Plastic Bowls, Kids Plastic Bowls, Set of 9 in 9 Assorted Colors
  • Gifteey Natural Acacia Wooden Hand-Carved Round Calabash Dip Bowls, Perfect for Dips Sauce, Nuts, Appetizers, Desserts, Decoration, Candy, Set of 4
  • Klickpick Home Set Of 12 Kids colorful Snack Bowls set Toddlers Cereal Bowl Set Children Bowl Kid Microwave Dishwasher Safe BPA Free Bowls - 6 colors
  • French Bull Melamine Mini, Cereal, Small Serving Bowl Set-Snack Pasta Salad Rice Soup Oatmeal Kids-Shatterproof, BPA Free, Dishwasher Safe, 4" Set of 6, Solid Color
  • Winco WWB-10 Wooden Woven Salad Bowl, 10-Inch, Set of 4
  • DOBI [50 Pack - 48 oz.] Salad Bowls with Airtight Lids - Large Clear Plastic Disposable Meal Prep Salad Containers with Lids
  • Vasa Casa Serving Bowls, 28 Ounce Large Serving Bowl, Bowls Set for Pasta, Soup, Dessert, Microwave & Dishwasher Safe, Salad Bowl Set of 4, Navy
  • DOWAN 39 Ounce Porcelain Serving Bowls, Salad Bowls, 4 Packs, Soup Pasta Bowl Set, Chip Resistant Ceramic, Microwave and Dishwasher Safe, Stackable, 7 Inches, White
  • Bentgo Salad BPA-Free Lunch Container with Large 54-oz Salad Bowl, 4-Compartment Bento-Style Tray for Salad Toppings and Snacks, 3-oz Sauce Container for Dressings, and Built-In Reusable Fork (Gray)
  • Partito Bella 42 Ounce Pro-Grade Porcelain Serving Bowls, Large Bowl Set of 4, White Bowls for Soup, Salad, Pasta, Cereal, Stackable for Easy Storage Dishwasher Safe
  • Mueller Salad Lunch Container To Go, Large 51-oz Salad Bowl, 3 Part Divided Tray, with Dressing Container and Reusable Spork Smart Locking Leakproof Salad Holder, (Grey)
  • Salad Soup Ramen Bowl, DeeCoo 55 OZ Super Large Stackable Round Fine Porcelain Cereal Pasta Serving Bowl Sets, 3 Pack -Large Capacity Microwavable Ceramic Bowls - Heat and Cold Resistant Porcelain
  • Lipper International Acacia Wave Serving Bowl for Fruits or Salads, Large, 12" Diameter x 7" Height, Single Bowl
  • AIDEA Wooden Salad Bowl, 12.5Inch Acacia Wood with Salad Spoon and Fork Gift for Thanksgiving Day
  • DOWAN Large Serving Bowls, 2.8 Quart Ceramic Salad Bowl, Big Pasta Bowl Set, Microwave & Dishwasher Safe, Sturdy & Stackable, Vibrant Mix-match Pattern, Housewarming Gift, 9.6 Inch, Set of 2

Snack Bowls That Work

Snack Bowls is an increasingly popular method for organizing and enjoying a meal with children. They come in all shapes and sizes, can be purchased pre-made or made at home, and can be used for just a few minutes each day or for whole days. But which are the best kinds to buy? Here is a guide to help you make the best choice for your family.

Snack Bowls


A pre-made snack bowl is almost always better than one that is made at home. Snack Bowls are often made in plastic to keep the kids from messing them up while eating, but there is some debate about whether this is really necessary. Some parents do insist on the plastic, because it keeps their children from dropping the bowl and causing the contents to spill. These bowls can also be microwaved, so microwaving is a good option if you want a quick snack during the summer. And if you don't have kids, then it's a convenient option for you.


If you make your own bowl, then the only real decision you'll have to make is whether to buy one or make your own. Snack Baskets are easy to assemble - you simply fill it with plain old water, a variety of crackers or other snacks, and snap the lid closed. The only recipe you need is for how many snacks you put in the basket - usually just two or three pieces of bread and a few snack chips or candies.


Some families have even started buying their pre-made picnic spread for times when outdoor eating is impossible to enjoy. Snack Baskets can be bought in any theme or color scheme, and they can be personalized with your own label, too. If you're buying one for a small family, a picnic basket design is perfect. You can find them in many colors, with plenty of different storage space for other things like plates, cups, napkins, and more. The basket sits on a shelf, so it's out of the way most of the time, but it's there if you need it. If you have kids, a great idea is to get a design that matches the color of the rest of the house, so your children can help pick out their own picnic basket.


They come in all kinds of shapes, too, from square, round, triangle, and even with an O-shaped base. You'll find them in plain colors or with fun patterns. Try to get one that's not too big, so that little hands won't be able to fit inside. If it's too small, it might not be able to hold everything that you want to put in it, and that's never good.


If you make your own picnic or snack bowl, you can choose what kind of food you put in it, how much food you put in it, and what kind of container you use. Homemade food tastes better than store bought, and sometimes you can find recipes that will allow you to customize your snack bowl completely. If you have a grill, you can make something out of it that's sure to please everyone. Just keep an eye on it while you're cooking, though, because there are some pretty stubborn grill marks that can last a few hours or more.


If you don't have a grill, you can always use a smaller food processor to make your own foods. You might be surprised at all the different food ideas that you can come up with, and you'll probably end up with things that aren't edible, but you may not care if they're just nice to look at. Using a food processor and blender is a great way to get the variety you need for your meals, without needing to make any.


When you get tired of buying these from stores, you might want to look into one of the many varieties of glass bowls. They're easy to carry around, look great, and they can hold a lot of food, too. You'll find that you're going to have to try a lot of different ones before you find one that you like. There are plenty of cute ones that you can find online or in stores, too. Just keep an eye out for coupons and sales, and you'll find something that's going to work really well for your family. Whether you choose a plastic or glass bowl, you'll find that serving the meals in this type of bowl is a lot better than serving the meals in bowls filled with cold food.