CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
KidKraft Tasty Treats Pretend Food Play
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- Great for the imagination
- 125 Plastic Pcs.
- Makes kitchen playtime seem even more real
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Top Customer Reviews
I guess you can say it's educational... My son now knows 4 kinds of doughnuts, the difference between crinkle cut and shoestring french fries, the difference between milk and dark chocolate, and that there are at least 5 kinds of soda. Oh, and that pie should always be larger than your fruits, veggies, and main course. NICE!
Amazon, however, is amazing and took very good care of us with this return.
Yes, this set is cheaply made.
Yes, the boxes break within the week and the food gets squished easily.
Yes, the proportions are totally whacked (hamburgers, strawberries, watermelons, and cabbage are all the same size, apparently).
Yes, the food has unhealthy stuff in there instead of just whole foods.
Yes, the stickers will get ripped off right away.
Yes, keep it away from younger ones, 'cause I'm sure some of this is likely a choking hazard.
And Yes, some of these foods are disgusting looking. ("Mommy, what's this?" "Um...I don't know. I think it looks like worms and poo... I mean, spaghetti and meatballs.")
THIS is the set my daughter plays with.
It's terrifying: she keeps putting french fries into the hotdog buns and serving me that with the ice cream cones. But she is into this set in a way she was not into the healthy stuff. Go figure.
So yeah, it's pretty lame in comparison with other food toys on the market, but it's cheap and it's what the kids (my own and her cousins), actually get out and play with. The other things only get used 'cause they're in the same box with this stuff.
Again, go figure.
The kids love playing with these and we have gotten our moneys worth.
1) Junk food - it has so many pieces of junk food that it is hardly setting a good example. I'm not trying to be an overbearing mother, but if we want our kids to develop good habits, it doesn't make sense to let them play with a bunch of french fries and hot dogs. When we started unboxing the toy, we started taking away all of the junk food and were left with maybe half of what was in the original box.
2) cheaply made - the items very poorly made. Some of the pieces are made of cardboard - not even good cardboard...I might as well make it out of notebook paper.
3) No thought in this at all - We got two salt shakers. I understand that there is cost put into making these items, but come on! It would have better if each salt shaker had an s on one side and a p on one side.
There are just much better food sets and for the same or less money.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'd put wooden blocks and tape cardboard over them. Otherwise great.Published 6 months ago by Jessica
The pretend food was basically what we expected. You get a lot of food! Our play kitchen is now fully stocked. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer - Mom
Over all these toys are good, however, the car board boxes were ruined in a couple of days and the paper wrapping on the canned food have slowly been falling off too. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Elizabeth F.
Purchased this for my 3y/o son with his Step2 LifeStyle Custom Kitchen Playset for Christmas. He loves having such a HUGE variety of play food to use with his kitchen!Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Lots of variety, but very cheaply made. Don't expect Melissa and Doug level quality and you'll be happy with this set.Published 7 months ago by Sir D. Pits