Shot glass as baby food dish
My husband hit on a great way to serve food to our 6 month-old - we use shot glasses. [Pictured here: a measuring shot glass, so you can also see how much food the kid has eaten, if that's of interest. -- Ed.] Each shot glass holds about 2 tablespoons of cereal, fruit or veggies. The baby spoon can easily get to the bottom and it's not a big deal to wash (we don't have a dishwasher.) Just make sure your glassware does has no metallic foil decoration before putting it in the microwave to warm up the contents.
We've gotten years of baby-, toddler- and preschooler feeding use out of our cheap set of Pyrex ramekins (I got them for a ridiculous price at a closeout sale). They're also good as ice cream dishes, condiment servers, paint dishes, cooking prep ingredient holders, and for baking mini apple-crisps and bread puddings.