Who had these old Betty Crocker Storybook Dinnerware sets in the ’70s & ’80s?

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Vintage old Betty Crocker Storybook Dinnerware sets for kids

Vintage Betty Crocker Storybook Dinnerware (1970)

We know all you mothers, grandmothers, godmothers and aunts won’t want to miss this opportunity to delight the children in your lives with our captivating Storybook Dinnerware by Oneida.

Choose mischievous Peter Rabbit and friends, or Goldilocks and the curious Three Bears … or both!

These charming dishes arc crafted of durable Melamine, to take the frequent use and rough handling a child’s “very own dishes” frequently receive.

And to complete the picture, we’d like to suggest a 3-piece child’s personal place-setting in famous Oneida Community stainless in patterns from our Coupon catalog. We promise that all orders received by Thanksgiving will be sent in time for Christmas!

Vintage Betty Crocker Storybook dinnerware sets from 1970

You’d expect to pay $5.50 in stores for a 4-piece child’s dinnerware set of this quality. Yours for only $3.50. Both designs are color-coordinated to match all patterns in the adult Melamine line offered in the Betty Crocker coupon catalog.

The 3-piece child-sized stainless flatware set shown above is available in your choice of four favorite patterns: Chatelaine, My Rose, Twin Star or Satinique.


Old Betty Crocker dinnerware sets for kids (1972)

Old Betty Crocker dinnerware sets for kids from 1972

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Vintage ’70s Peter Rabbit dinnerware – Betty Crocker Storybook offer (1974)

Now get cuddly “Peter Rabbit” toys to match Betty Crocker Storybook Dinnerware.

Memories plates


Puss ‘n Boots, Raggedy Ann & Peter Rabbit dinnerware (1972)

Special Offer! Betty Crocker Storybook Dinnerware

Take this opportunity to surprise the little people you know with their very own dinnerware designs by Oneida in NEW Puss ‘n Boots, Raggedy Ann ‘n Andy or Peter Rabbit.

Mothers love it, too. Storybook Dinnerware is crafted of durable Melamine with an all new thermoplastic mug that’s stain resistant. Note the new style no-tip plate which is handy for beginners.

All pieces are designed to take the frequent use and rough handling a child’s “very own dishes” often receive. And wouldn’t it be handy to have an extra set available for “short-notice” gift giving. You’d expect to pay $5.50 in stores for a child’s dinnerware set of this quality. Yours for only $3.50 during this special offer.

Complete the gift with child-sized flatware in Oneida Community Stainless from six Betty Crocker Coupon Catalog patterns. Orders received by November 20 will be sent in time for Christmas.

Special Offer! Betty Crocker Storybook Dinnerware


Paddington Bear, Strawberry Shortcake & Peter Rabbit dinnerware (1982)

These three vintage kids dinnerware and cutlery sets were available in the eighties from Betty Crocker/General Mills, and included not just the classic Paddington Bear & Peter Rabbit characters, but also the newer favorite, Strawberry Shortcake

Vintage kids dinnerware and cutlery sets from Betty Crocker General Mills 1982

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2 Responses

    1. Nope! Melamine can actually explode if you microwave it. Also, when it gets too hot the melamine leaches into your food. At best, it gets really hot and you’ll burn your hands getting it out.

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