Review for toddlers. shows how to make different shape cakes, star, square, heart and flower. Add frosting and make topping molds like gummy bears and more. Then put it up for display in your sweet shop. Where your other toys can come and eat some. In this case my sons toys bob the builder and one of the raisenettes came to eat some. then someone else at it all, it was the cookie monster and who else but buzz light year to finish off the cake.\r
Whats more fun than making delicious-looking Play-Doh treats? Making the pretend frosting.\r
The Frosting Fun Bakery playset lets you shape a cake with Play-Doh compound.\r
The softer, smoother texture of Play-Doh Plus modeling compound.\r
Makes it easier to squeeze so you can add beautiful flowers, stars and swirls to your creations.\r
Your pretend cake, set it on its stand so it can look like it belongs in a real bakery.\r
Kids can bake and decorate Play-Doh cakes and put them on display with the Sweet Shoppe Frosting Fun Bakery. Cut the Play-Doh into one of four cake shapes, then add frosting and other shaped decorations using the extruder and the molds. Kids can also fill the cupcake liner with Play-Doh and decorate a pretend cupcake. When kids are done, they can display their creations on the domed cake stand, and then mash everything up and start all over.\r
The Frosting Fun Bakery comes with a 2-piece extruder, a shelf, a tray, a cake stand, a turntable, a display dome, four cake cutters, four extruder tips, a cupcake liner, a cake server, a plate, a plastic knife, a plastic fork, two cans of Play-Doh (purple and brown), and two cans of Play-Doh Plus (yellow and pink), which has a smoother, softer texture than traditional Play-Doh, perfect for making pretend frosting.