Premium Plastic Entertaining & Tapas Set, 12pcs

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  • Entertaining & Tapas Set, 12ct.
  • Entertaining & Tapas Set, 12ct.
  • Entertaining & Tapas Set, 12ct.
  • Entertaining & Tapas Set, 12ct.
  • Premium Plastic Entertaining & Tapas Set, 12pcs
  • Premium Plastic Entertaining & Tapas Set, 12pcs
  • Entertaining & Tapas Set, 12ct.
  • Entertaining & Tapas Set, 12ct.
  • Entertaining & Tapas Set, 12ct.
  • Entertaining & Tapas Set, 12ct.
  • Premium Plastic Entertaining & Tapas Set, 12pcs
  • Premium Plastic Entertaining & Tapas Set, 12pcs

The Mozaik Premium Plastic Entertaining and Tapas Set helps to create the perfect refreshment destination for your guests, whether it’s an assortment of gourmet meats and cheeses, a make-your-own-Bloody Mary bar, or an assortment of sundae toppings. Each set comes with 12 identical triangular bowls that can be arranged into a large circle, but you can also get creative and move them around however you’d like. After your party or get together, you can recycle the bowls or hand wash them and neatly stack them for convenient storage, making post-party cleanup a breeze.

  • Includes: 12 snack size bowls
  • Identical triangular bowls can be arranged in a variety of fun and creative ways and are perfect for displaying tapas, chili and taco fixings, or a sundae toppings bar
  • Premium plastic white bowls can also be arranged into a circle around a bowl of dip, salsa, or guacamole
  • Suitable for indoor or outdoor entertaining
  • Can withstand temperatures up to 180°
  • Kosher-Parve certified; BPA-free
  • Reusable and/or recyclable. Do not use in microwave/dishwasher; Hand wash for re-use
  • 5
    White Plastic Hors d'evours Dishes

    Posted by Anonymous on Mar 7th 2018

    Cool little set of plastic dishes for your tapas, that allows you to socialize and still munch on your goodies. Dishwasher safe. Perfect for the Holidays or any casual get together.

  • 4
    Versatile Set

    Posted by Anonymous on Jan 13th 2018

    I selected this set with the idea of making things like gazpacho embellishments, toppings for salads and tacos, dipping sauces and the like. This seemed like a good set for that and more, and for the most part it is. I found one area for improvement that would make this set even better.<br /><br />The set contains 12 roughly trapezoid shaped trays that are large enough to hold approximately a cup’s worth of stuff, whether it’s solid or liquid (or somewhere in between). They can be arranged in a clean circle with a few left over, the can be arranged in a serpentine line or another arrangement as you see fit. They’re a solid white in color so they are suitable for almost any table. These are made of hard plastic (melamine?) and should be able to handle some jostling and a few drops, though I would not put them in the microwave.<br /><br />Because of the design, they’re fine for putting on a table filled with good things or they can be picked up and held securely by the lip on each. Though they are not designed or marketed for being used as scoops, they could be used in that capacity in a pinch.<br /><br />So far, I have been unsuccessful in getting them to stain. That’s a good thing.<br /><br />I would make only one change that would make these even better - it would be nice to have the ability to lock them together so that they could be moved in a group, even if they could not be picked up as such. Otherwise, I can’t find much about which to complain. They’re well made, they look nice, and they are just about the perfect size.

  • 4
    convenient

    Posted by Anonymous on Jan 9th 2018

    These are some cute little bowls. They are good size for snacks. They are disposable, but thick enough to withstand some washing, so they can be reused. I like Mozaik disposable plastic utensils and dishes because if I am bringing a dish to a potluck, I am not worried about it being lost or broken, but at the same time they do not look and feel as eating from paper plates.

  • 5
    Nice look and easy to use!

    Posted by Anonymous on Dec 26th 2017

    Works great for entertaining or a casual meal. We used these for a french toast breakfast and filled the bowls up with toppings, arranged to fit together on a turntable tray in the middle of the table so everyone could spin to what they liked. They worked perfectly and looked really nice! Of course they are too nice to use and discard so I put them in the top rack of the dishwasher and they came out looking like new! The best part is they stack up into a tiny little space and are super easy to store. We will be using these over and over.

  • 5
    Versatile little triangles

    Posted by Anonymous on Dec 25th 2017

    These surprise me with how useful they are. You can offer up to 12 separate snacks with these, and with more and more people having food allergies and specific diets, it's a good way to offer a variety snacks that will please everyone. They are stackable (when empty) and easy to hand-clean. They are BPA-free and it would be a waste to use them as disposable. As long as you don't use anything that stains badly or is a sticky uncleanable mess, these can be used many times over.<br /><br />They come in a cardboard box with a clear window up top. They sit in three rows of four. The packaging is too cardboardy to use as a carrying case, unless you completely dry them after each use.<br /><br />I find these are handy as portion control for high calorie snacks like nuts. You just drop your serving in and slowly step away from the kitchen ?? In addition to forming a circle or half-circle when grouped together, they are a handy stand-and-eat little plate for non-messy snacks (eg nuts).

  • 5
    Neat presentation; compact storage

    Posted by Anonymous on Dec 23rd 2017

    The price is unavailable now, so I cannot provide an opinion on quality vis a vis price.<br /><br />I find that the set looks to be shiny ceramic but is lightweight plastic. (How it will hold up in the dishwasher remains to be seen.)<br /><br />I like that this 12-piece set is stackable and takes up minimal storage space—while still giving me an attractive way to present appetizers or various toppings for tacos, Indian food, soups.<br /><br />Mozaik makes other products that coordinate with these dishes.<br /><br />I can find no information as to whether these can go in the microwave.

  • 5
    Great for parties

    Posted by Anonymous on Dec 19th 2017

    This is a great serving set. It is plastic, but doesn't look like it at all. They look like nice, ceramic dishes. They fit together in pretty much any pattern you want. They hold a good amount of stuff. You can wash them if you want, or just toss them into the recycle bin when you're done. Overall, I really like them.

  • 5
    Disposable - or not!

    Posted by Anonymous on Dec 18th 2017

    These are nice disposable - or not! - plastic serving bowls. I don't plan to throw them away after one use. I believe the fork and glass symbol on the back means they are dishwasher safe. Although they are made of thin plastic, they look nice enough. From a distance, your guests will probably assume they are restaurant-style dishware.<br /><br />I cannot find anywhere whether they contain BPA. The recycle symbol is #6. That means it is made of polystyrene, like styrofoam, and would probably shrink if microwaved. They have a hard shell feel though, not a styrofoam feel. The box does say the dishes are Kosher Certified.<br /><br />As the name says, these are great for tapas. You can also arrange them in a circle or a sort of snake pattern. Great for filling with dips or nuts or other little hand foods. Happy snacking!

  • 5
    Flexible use, resilient, and would be a shame to discard them.

    Posted by Anonymous on Dec 17th 2017

    While I was, initially, intrigued by the visual impact these small but generous little servers would provide to an appetizer or condiment table and by the creatively possible configurations, the fact is I still haven't gotten around to using them for that.<br /><br />I've used individual units for sorting and maintaining separate the various Christmas sprinkles and sugars we are using to decorate cookies. I've used them to serve popcorn and chips to my grandchildren when they watch TV as well as grapes, raisins, teddy grahams, and jelly beans. I've used them in adult settings as (finally!) it is cool enough to sit outdoors and talk around the pool. Perfect for nuts, olives, hummus, cheese cubes, and other easy to serve foods randomly placed on tables and bar. In every case, I've only used individual plates and never arranged them the way I pictured I would. I like the idea of using plastic (as opposed to glass or ceramic) outdoors where accidents are much more likely to happen due to uneven floors, small tables, and tipsy guests.<br /><br />What I like about them is that they are light-weight but sturdy; they look like ceramic but are unbreakable plastic; they hold just the right amount to look good and full when starting out and can be easily refilled without feeling you are wasting food; they are genuinely attractive with a modern nontraditional shape; there are a lot of them (an even dozen) but you only take out what you need.<br /><br />They are, supposedly, meant to be disposable but I don't see the need. I hand wash them, dry them, and stack them away (where they don't take up that much space). They don't absorb odors (such as that from pickles and olives) and, so far, none has discolored or lost the shiny finish or stained from melted M&M;s.<br /><br />Bottom line: very useful and attractive for casual entertaining and even craft use. Easy to transport, store, wash, and plentiful in numbers. I suppose that, someday, I may have occasion to use the whole set at once and arrange them creatively on a single serving table. But, so far, they have convenient to have around, reach for, and use individually or in small groups for whatever comes up.