Easy Jiggler Cups for Babies/Toddlers

Cute messy baby smiling with jiggler cups

I made jigglers for the 4th of July and of course, I had to share them with Raylee! We do loose baby fed weaning, so I wanted her to be able to eat them herself. If foods are too slippery for her, like avocado without the skin, she can play in it, but she doesn’t end up being able to get much in her mouth. She is hungrier at meal times lately and actually swallowing more of the food we give her, so I wanted her to be able to eat it. Enter these cute jiggler cups.

Cute messy baby with jiggler cups

Jiggler Cups

They’re officially for mini doughnuts, bagels and jigglers, but I’ve only used them for jigglers so far. I want to try making little cakes in them too! They are absolutely adorable and I love the little shapes. They create the perfect “skin” for babies and toddlers to hold onto.

I made these jigglers two layers with one strawberry and one blue raspberry in honor of the 4th of July. It is super simple to pour the jigglers into the molds, plus, they set up super fast! I hate having to wait for jello to set up, so that’s a huge plus for me. 🙂

These really help cut down on the mess of giving her regular Jello or jiggers. We definitely still gave her a bath after, but it was worth it to see how much fun she was having!

If you’re making these for big people, just spray the mold with nonstick cooking spray before pouring the jigglers. They will come out easily in cute shapes! Pay attention to the center of the mold, jigglers can get stuck there if they’re not properly sprayed.

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