Oh how I adore vintage Tupperware. I realized recently when looking through an Ebay search on “Vintage Tupperware” just how much of this stuff we had in our kitchen when I was a kid, so I thought I’d do a couple posts on my favorite pieces of Tupperware. I’ll start with the things I still have and use today.
First up is the Shelf Saver, item #1243. These containers seem to fit perfectly in kitchen cabinets, are stackable, and the rectangular shape means they waste less space than round containers. I use these for salt, baking soda, cocoa, brown sugar, and powdered sugar, and I have yet to find anything for these items that works as well as the Shelf Saver. I had a few leftover from the old homestead where I grew up, and recently bought a couple more off of Ebay.
Next up is the Serving Center, item #1665. I come from a big family, and most of our holidays are done potluck style. There is always a vegetable tray and the Serving Center is perfect for cut up vegetables, with a container for dip in the center. You could also use this for cut up cheese, chips, etc.
Next up: Tupperware for children! I loved my Tupperware when I was a kid.