Melissa & Doug Slice and Bake Cookie Set
A favorite activity of many kids is playing "house", including pretending to cook and serve meals or, even better, favorite treats like cookies. This Melissa & Doug Slice and Bake Cookie Set is completely safe to use, so it doesn't need adult supervision, it's sturdy and long-lasting, and it won't spoil your kid's appetite for dinner!
Melissa & Doug Slice and Bake Cookie Set details
- Wooden set includes 12 wooden, sliceable cookies
- Cookies store in a durable dough tube
- Perfect for creative play
- Enrich a child's imagination
- Exceptional quality and value
tBake up a batch of fun! This realistic wooden set includes 12 colorful, detailed cookies with 18 toppings, plus wooden knife, kitchen mitt and cookie sheet. With over 30 pieces, this set makes a tasty treat for little bakers.
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