Gone are the days where your little muncher fires the chef because the sauce was too friendly with the pasta or the green bits tackled the chicken.
The We Might Be Tiny Stickie™ Plate puts your little muncher in charge at mealtime. Each toxic-free Stickie Plate lets you neatly portion your foodie creations in three sections instantly spoiling your fussy eater with a personal three course delight.
The Stickie Plate can be easily secured to almost any solid surface with its inbuilt suction base that can withstand even the most determined toddler. Enjoy newfound confidence to safely turn your back without finding the plate and its contents flying across your kitchen like a frisbee.
Made from the highest quality stain-resistant silicone that our We Might Be Tiny products are renowned for, the Stickie Plate can be left to your dishwasher to deal with and emerges brand new after each clean.
This Stickie Plate features our popular bear character with sleepy eyes that kids have grown fond of in the We Might Be Tiny range.
Here are a few more reasons why a Stickie Plate should move into your household
Microwave, oven and freezer safe (-40°C to 230°C)
Flexible and durable
Non-stick and non-slip
Free of BPA, BPS, PVC and phthalates
100% food-grade silicone
Independently certified to the highest European standards (FDA and LFGB approved)
Proudly designed in Australia
Silicone lid available separately
Dimensions - 21 cm wide x 18 cm tall Weight - 399 grams
Stickie Plate FAQ
DO YOU GUARANTEE THE SUCTION OF YOUR PLATES? No. There’s no guarantee that the plates will suction to your table or the surface that you’re using it on. The suction depends on the condition and material of the surface. And sometimes these two simply won’t go together.
DO THE STICKIE PLATES STICK TO WOODEN SURFACES? Yes. Our Stickie Plates stick to wooden surfaces as long as they’re sealed and smooth. Rough or unsealed wooden surfaces don’t agree with our Stickie Plates. Basically, if any air can escape from the space between the suction base and the wooden surface, then it won’t work as well.
WILL THE STICKIE PLATE FIT ON MY MUNCHKIN’S HIGH CHAIR TRAY? We Might Be Tiny Stickie Plates fit most standard highchairs, such as the IKEA highchair. However, there are some smaller highchairs that don’t work with our Stickie Plates so it’s important you carefully check the tray size before you purchase. Our Cat and Bear Stickie Plates are roughly 21.5cm x 18.3cm with the suction foot measuring 20cm in width by 16.9cm in length. The Bunny Stickie Plate measures 21cm x 19.5cm with a suction foot that’s 19cm wide by 15cm long. Check out this handy tool that helps you visualise our Cat and Bear Stickie Plates (will I fit?) and our Bunny Stickie Plate (will I fit?) on your high chair tray.
ARE THE LIDS AIRTIGHT? No. The Lids aren’t designed to create a water or air-tight seal, but fit firmly to help you store any leftovers of your fabulous cooking in the fridge for when little one feels like a second serving. For that reason we don't recommend using them to carry liquids if you’re going to place them in your bag.
CAN I POP THE STICKIE PLATES AND MATCHING LIDS IN THE DISHWASHER? Yes. All We Might Be Tiny products love temperatures of up to 230°C so can be popped into the dishwasher every single time without impacting the product.
CAN I PUT MY STICKIE PLATE AND THE MATCHING LID IN THE MICROWAVE OR OVEN? Yes. All We Might Be Tiny silicone products are safe to use in your microwave and in the oven up to 230°C (446°F). Just make sure you place the lid on loosely before reheating meals in the microwave and always check the temperature of the plate before giving it to your little one.
IS IT SAFE TO CUT FOOD IN MY STICKIE PLATE? Yes. Stickie Plates are made from the highest quality silicone, which makes them extremely durable. We recommend only using dinner knives to cut your little munchkin’s food in the Stickie Plate as sharp knives can damage the surface.
DO YOU SELL THE STICKIE PLATE LIDS SEPARATELY TO THE SNACKIE PLATES? Yes. Select 'Silicone Lid' from the drop down menu.
Information taken directly from the We Might Be Tiny website.