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Play-Doh Meal Makin Kitchen

by Hasbro
59 customer reviews

Price: $19.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details
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  • Set includes more than 20 pieces for a pretend feast of Play-Doh fun
  • 10 recipe cards
  • Mold, slice, and serve your own cooking creations
  • Fill molds for foods like ham, french fries, and vegetables
  • The garlic press creates extruded bacon, string beans and other foods
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Product Description

Mold and make Play-Doh foods with the Meal Makin' Kitchen! Serve up some fun with Play-Doh foods made your way. The Meal Makin' Kitchen has all the tools you need to make, slice and serve your own cooking creations. Mold chicken and steak in the baking pan. Mold ham, french fries and vegetables too. The cooking tools store on hooks in the back of the toy kitchen. The garlic press creates bacon, string beans, toppings and more. Don't forget the toast for the toaster! Includes four colors of molding compound, 10 "recipe" cards and more than 20 accessories for Play-Doh cookin' fun.

From the Manufacturer

Serve up some fun with PLAY-DOH foods made your way! In the MEAL MAKIN' KITCHEN, all the tools you need to mold, slice, and serve your own cooking creations are always at arm's reach! Mold pretend chicken legs and steaks in the baking pan, and serve them! Other molds for foods like ham, french fries and vegetables are included for hours of fun! The garlic press creates extruded bacon, string beans and other toppings, and there's even a toaster for pop-up toast!

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 16 x 17 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0001NE76O
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 22465
  • Our recommended age: 36 months - 7 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 7 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,333 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By M. B. Anderson on October 25, 2004
I gave this Play-Doh set to my son today for his 4th birthday and he loves it! He spent close to 5 hours straight "cooking" and "making dinner" for my husband and I. It is a great toy and I highly recommend it for kids who like to spend time creating different "meals" and putting them together themselves. I think that it teaches to clean up when done or the play-doh dries out, to wash the dishes and it's just a lot of fun.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Susa on June 15, 2009
NOTE: At the time of review, this product is listed at over $30 on Amazon- we paid less than half that price locally. This toy IS really great, but look for mid-teens/under $20 for sure.

Net Assessment: This toys is LOTS of fun, and I would definitely recommend it or give to friends with young boys or girls. I think this toy has great "growth" potential - i.e. it can be used for "cooking" in many different phases, with the child focusing on different aspects and levels of complexity of meal making/assembly as s/he grows.

We got this for our 2 1/2 year old, and she LOVES it. Most Play-Doh "equipment" other than the dough itself is marked 3+ but I thought she should try something beyond the small substitute tools we had found to help her mold Play-Doh at home. Lately she likes to play with Play-Doh at her small table in our kitchen while we get meals ready, and regularly makes "pancakes", "pizza" and other "meals" for her doll, so this seemed like a great fit.

We don't presently plan on buying kid-size toy kitchen equipment, but in many ways I think this mini-kitchen is more fun, because instead of playing with completely pre-made food and just moving things around, she can first *make* her own food, and then put it in the oven, or fry it up on the stove, further manipulate and plate it, and "feed" to her doll, etc. She likes to tell me that the oven is hot when putting things in/taking thing out, and to adjust the knobs on it. She also likes frying up the noodles/eggs/chicken or other food that she has made with the spatula. The pizza cutter was also a very big hit, as she sees me use one at home. Toast of all colors is also a favorite.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie Fox on November 26, 2004
I bought this toy for my 3 year old daughter who loves playdoh and she loved it ...but the stand that connects to the oven always falls off so we just turn it upside down and play with it that way because there are cool shapes on the underside you can smash playdoh into. overall it is a good playdoh toy for playdoh lovers..
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By frisky2000 VINE VOICE on September 14, 2005
There's little to criticize about Play Doh as far as a fun, squooshy and classic toy to spark imaginative playtime for youngsters; however, this pretend kitchen leaves much to be improved upon. First off, the table on the side does not stay put. The leg is constantly tipping over with the slightest movements, making it frustrating to set up. The cookie press is fun to create various shapes, but the receptacle doesn't hold much dough, so after about half an inch of squeezing out the design, you need to clean it out and refill. The recipe cards offer creative and fun to make dishes, and the utencils are cute, but I doubt most children can really enjoy hours with this toy.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Christin Shouse on January 1, 2006
My daughter got this for x-mas and she really likes it a lot. She doesn't use the table because it doesn't stay on very well. And to tell you the truth we had a hard time putting the table on. DUH!!!

The press to make shapes does not work well at all. More play doh comes out of the sides then comes out in shapes. For the price kids will like it. But don't expect to much.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By L. Roemmele on March 1, 2007
Since my husband would not let me get a real play kitchen... I saw this and snapped it up! To my surpise, my 3 year old that normally hates touching play-doh, was all for this!

We made lots of different foods with the molds and even wanted to sleep with the fake egg (not happening!)

Oh coarse the biggest down side to this is that it IS play-doh... it makes such a mess and I am always vacuuming, but it is worth him being really happy to play with something besides Thomas the Tank Engine!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Heavenly Enterprises Midwest, Ltd on January 10, 2012
My daughter was really excited to get this for Christmas. We opened it and right out of the box she had a great time. As a parent, however, there are quite a few things I would change and became frustrated with. First the side table is NOT a table at all and it is not attached as the picture makes it seem. It's just sort of "hooked" on to the stove which I had to put back together numerous times as my daughter played with it (you can't move it or it falls apart). It simply does not stay connected. UNDER the table is a set of food "molds" so if you want to use them you have to take the table apart. Second, the cards have to be cut from the outside of the box, which is OK for the durability, but very difficult to cut because they are so thick. Even though my daughter loves the different pieces, there is simply NO place to keep all the parts together. A storage container would be wonderful!!! They do provide a little hook that attaches to the back of the stove but it only holds 3 of the 6 pieces that are provided. All-in-all the toy does keep my 5year old busy for a long while w/the molds and different attachments. But it is quite the pain in the neck to store and keep up with all the little pieces.
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