An Honest Review Of The EZPZ Mini Mat

There are SO MANY baby/kid products out there. Seriously. You could spend hundreds…thousands on things that promise to do this or that. When I was looking for something that would solve my “toddler throwing his plate on the floor” problem, I happened upon the EZPZ mat. Today I’m sharing an honest review of the EZPZ Mini Mat.

An Honest Review Of The EZPZ Mini Mat

Although the video generally covers most of what I have to say, I usually write a little something here to make the post more comprehensive. Today, however, I’m sick, which isn’t a big deal in itself except that my kids are sick too. So, I was sick and up all night with a sick toddler, who somehow still manages to have alllllll the energy in the world this morning.

Yeah…sometimes being a mum is just plain hard.

So, with that said, I’m going to let the video do the talking today.

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An Honest Review Of The EZPZ Mini Mat

Pray for me, mamas! We’re in survival mode this week. Jack also figured out how to open the playroom door, so containing him while I get ready in the morning just got a whole lot more complicated…oi!

If you don’t mind, do me a favour and let me know if you’ve used the EZPZ mat. If not, let me know what your favourite plate is for your toddler.

Until next time!

An Honest Review Of The EZPZ Mini Mat

Hi! I'm Christine...a stay-at-home mum to two tiny humans. My constant focus is having my home run as smoothly as possible. Keeping two kids alive, and maintaining my sanity is also a priority. Most Saturday nights, you can find me hunkered down watching Grey's Anatomy, and hopefully nibbling on some chocolate. :)

  • Amanda

    That’s good to know! I think these products were made to stick better on a plastic high chair possibly? I haven’t tried one myself (cost here in Aus is similar) but thank you for the honest review!

    • Christine Keys

      Yes! I think it would work on plastic okay, although I think most kids would figure out how to lift the side up pretty quickly. πŸ˜› They’re too smart for their own good!

  • Elizabeth Colette

    Thanks for sharing! I was wondering if I should get one for my son. Right now I just put his food on his tray! Maybe when he gets a little bit bigger.

    • Christine Keys

      You’re very welcome! πŸ™‚

  • Erika Ortega

    This is perfect for a toddler. And love that it’s microwave and dish washer safe

    • Christine Keys

      In theory yes, but as I stated in my review, it doesn’t work as well as it should. πŸ™‚

  • Jennifer Chua

    the lifting is a phase! All little one’s go through it. The genius is when older kids are feeding themselves and not knocking it over! The happy Mat (larger size) is bigger so has more suction. We use it every day STILL at almost 3 years old.

    • Christine Keys

      πŸ™‚ Thankfully my two-year-old is fine to use a regular dinner plate now and doesn’t even try to knock anything over. However, we’ve tried using the ezpz mini mat with my now 10-month-old and have had the exact same issues. I would have tried the full size but it wouldn’t fit on our highchair tray and our dining room table is also unpolished wood so the suction still doesn’t work. I think if it were polished or perhaps the highchair was plastic it would work better.