Wooden Play Food Toy Sets
Good enough to eat.
We know, we know—we wish we had these food toys when we were little, too. Everything you see is turned from solid wood, then engraved and painted by artisans using nontoxic finishes. (Yep, they’re so charming, we wouldn’t mind if the kiddos left ‘em out.) Plus, with a whole spread of cute-as-can-be sets to choose from, there’s plenty here for play time.
- The AB&J Set comes with three jars—strawberry jam, sunflower seed butter, and almond butter—each one with a pop-off lid (great for little ones with peanut allergies).
- The Dairy Set has a medley of fridge staples—organic milk, almond milk, goat’s milk butter, and two eggs.
- The Pantry Set comes with a jar of mānuka honey, a box of flaky sea salt, and a bottle of apple cider vinegar. (Bonus: The jar and box both open!)
- The Pasta Set has a bag of felt gluten-free fettuccine, plus a box of anchovies—complete with three lil’ fish inside.
- The Veggie Set comes with a carrot, beet, onion, leek, and radish (those are felt leaves and cotton stems).
Photography by Ty Mecham
Details & Materials +-
Solid Wood and Wool Felt.
Natural variations in the wood, including small knots and color variations, are normal and make each piece slightly unique.
Veggie: Carrot measures 1" D x 6" L, Beet measures 2.3" D x 6" L, Onion Bulb measures 2.3" D x 3.5" L, Radish measures 1.5" D x 4" L, and Leek measures .63" D x 7" L.
Dairy: Organic Milk and Almond Milk measure 1.8" D x 5.25" L, Goat's Milk Butter measures 3.38" L x 0.9" W x 1.65" H, and Eggs measure 1.3" D x 1.9" L.
Pantry: Apple Cider Vinegar measures 1.8" D x 5.25" L, Manuka Honey measures 2.25" D x 2.25" L, and Sea Salt measures 3.25" L x 2.25" W x 0.75" H.
AB&J: Sunflower Seed Butter, Almond Butter, and Strawberry Jam measure 2.25" D x 2.25" L.
Pasta: Anchovies measure 2.5" L x 0.5" W x 0.15" H, Anchovies Box measures 3.25" L x 2.25" W x 0.75" H, Fettuccine measures 9.6" L x 0.4" W, and Fettuccine Bag measures 5" L x 3" W
Care & Notes +-
Wipe with a clean cloth.
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