Play-Doh Frosting Fun Bakery Set

We recently had the chance to try out one of Hasbro’s latest product from their Play-Doh line. The Play-Doh Frosting Fun Bakery Playset allows you to make your own pretend sweet treats including cakes, cookies, cupcakes, donuts and more.

We love Play-Doh and already spend a lot of time making our own creations, so having the molds and extra tools to give them a more realistic look just adds to the fun.

The FROSTING FUN BAKERY playset comes with a 2-piece extruder, shelf, tray, cake stand, turntable, display dome, 4 cake cutters, 4 extruder tips, cupcake liner, cake server, plate, plastic knife, fork, 2 two-ounce cans of Play-Doh modeling compound and 2 two-ounce cans of Play-Doh Plus compound.

Play-Doh Frosting Fun Baking Set

Play-Doh Frosting Fun Bakery

The playset was super easy to put together, it took about a minute to set up and the instructions booklet had clear step by step instructions.  The kit comes with two kinds of Play-Doh, the original and the Plus.  The Play-Doh Plus compound has a smoother texture than the regular doh and it’s easier to squeeze when using the “frosting” tool.  The only problem is that it is a bit stickier than the regular doh and clean up is a bit more difficult.

Play-Doh Frosting Fun Banking Set

We enjoyed playing with all the cute molds that are built in almost every surface of the playset. We also liked using the different extruder tips when decorating our goodies. The extruder is a bit hard to push down when attached to the set so we took the extruder out most of the time, just easier to maneuver.

In general we had lots of fun making cookies, cakes and cupcakes and we even made a noodle dish at one point. The Play-Doh Frosting Fun Bakery Playset is a great set for toddlers and anybody who loves Play-Doh. I definitively recommend it as it provides hours of creative fun, great for the upcoming March break too!

Disclosure: I received a sample of a product to facilitate this post. No other compensation was provided and all views and opinions stated on this post are 100% my own.