IF your children are fussy eaters then you may want to pop by B&M for face plates on sale for a bargain 10p.

The discounter is flogging the plates for cheap to clear stock, and parents say they’re perfect for little ones.

 The plates are up for grabs for just 10p at B&M

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The plates are up for grabs for just 10p at B&MCredit: Amazon

They were first spotted by a shopper in the Latest Deals, Extreme Couponing and Bargains Group on Facebook, and they proved popular with fellow bargain hunters.

One user said: “Great for children,” while others recommended their friends to snap them up for their kids.

But they could also be fun for adults as one user wrote: “I’m nearly 37 and I’d love one of these.”

The range includes plates of both female and male faces, so you can create both wacky spaghetti hair or crazy beards.

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The porcelain plates are sold in packs of one, and they measure roughly 21cm in diameter. They’re also dishwasher and microwave safe.

Better yet, the price tag at B&M is much cheaper than at other retailers.

For example, Amazon is selling the plate with the lady face for a whopping £11, while the male version would set you back £8.99.

It’s also selling a plate with a boy’s face for £10.62, but you can get this cheaper at Urban Cuckoo for £7.99.

B&M has more than 600 stores across the UK. You can find your nearest one using its store locator tool.

If you miss out, it could be worth keeping an eye out for £6.99 dinner plates previously sold at Aldi as one mum claims it stopped all meal time tantrums.

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In May, Aldi also started selling Peppa Pig pasta shapes for just 99p a bag – and they’re great for fussy eaters.

Meanwhile, a mum has claimed a clear school lunchbox transformed her “fussy” daughter’s eating habits.

Are you struggling? Then follow these eight tips to get your kids enjoying healthy meals in no time.

Parents on Eat Well For Less reveal they spend a staggering £365 a week cooking five different meals a night for their fussy family


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