Designed to serve fruit, sauce, shrimp, and other miniature snack-sized fare, these small plastic bowls are a charming alternative to traditional, conventionally sized plastic dinnerware. These modern mini plastic canoe dishes make for an elegant addition at catered events, restaurants, or anywhere bite-sized starters and appetizers are served. Constructed from high-quality recyclable plastic, they're durable, sturdy and dependable, and their sleek black canoe design gives every serving a touch of modern elegance. Enhance the beauty of any hors d'oeuvre, amuse bouche, mini dessert, small appetizer, and other bite-sized food serving with these chic black Canoe Dishes. Each 1-oz miniature dish has a capacity of 1 ounce and is shipped in bulk in a 100 count box.
These are amazing, they are truly in the shape of a little canoe, plus, they are made durable so they hold up well in both indoor and outdoor party settings.
Review byTessie McEwan
Terrific dishes for Little Treats.
The inside of these canoes is a little small, but I love using these for the little tasting treats that I make for my catering clientele. The unique design of these canoes is unbeatable.
Review byMarylin Vides
I love the way this canoe dish are made. It's like a fantastic building in New York, designed artfully. Been using this for my events.
Review byR. Hicks
I love getting creative and these let me do just that. I have put appetizers in these and even side dishes when I want to give individual servings out. I love the way these add a special design and character to my table settings.
Take a voyage with these canoes
My wife bought these canoes for a party that our catering company was hosting and at first I thought she was crazy. Of course once she started putting our appetizers in these hot canoes I seen why she wanted them. These canoes added a touch of excitement to our party. Good thing she bought them.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.