Spilly Spoon – Product Review

By | September 23, 2012

I first saw the Spilly Spoon during an episode of Choccywoccydoodah when the chocolatiers created the most amazing butterflies and caterpillars cake for them.



I decided I wanted to find out more about the spoon. The non-spill element of the spoon appealed very much to me as D is terrible at taking ad-hoc medication. She will willingly take her night-time medication from a syringe as it is part of her routine but medicine for high temperatures/illness etc is historically a battle and once I’d finished chasing her around the room, the medicine would by now be over all the floor/down clothes and I’d never be sure how much she’d actually taken.

This is where the Spilly Spoon has proved such a help, not only are there little increments along the caterpillars body so you can see how much medicine is in the spoon, but the spoon can also be laid onto a worktop with the medicine in whilst you prepare/locate your child.




With older children, the medicine can be self-administered too. With younger and SN children the “head” of the spoon is wide enough to ensure that it does not spill whilst being administered.

The spoon washes very well, I would imagine a teat brush would fit inside it too for extra cleanliness. It looks as if it would withstand a dishwasher and, of course, a steriliser for very young babies.

All in all, a fantastic product and it’s manufactured in the UK too *waves flag*.

Price-wise the RRP is £4.99 and it will be available to purchase via Spillyspoon.com, you can also pre-register your interest online too.
Spillyspoon are also on Facebook and Twitter @spillyspoon.

Disclaimer: I was sent a Spillyspoon for the purpose of this review.

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mandzmagee on 23rd September 2012 at 2:31 pm.

That is absolutely fantastic darlin thank you very much!! I’ll be sure to get onto the site and order one!! Fantastically simple but greatly effective brainwave that one!! Thank you so much for sharing!! Xx


clairelouise82 on 23rd September 2012 at 10:34 pm.

Great review and awesome for meds.x


AutismMumma on 26th September 2012 at 11:54 am.

You’re welcome, I enjoy doing little reviews of useful bits and pieces x


AutismMumma on 26th September 2012 at 11:55 am.

Thanks Claire, it’s a brill invention x


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