Bow tie pasta
Bacon & eggs
I also made a felt coffee set -- 2 cups of takeout coffee and some mini donuts, chocolate, and pink frosted. I didn't get photos of these, but as you scroll down they can be seen in the photos of the kids with the food.
Same with the Cheez-It® crackers -- we were able to find the perfect size Cheez-It boxes to present these in. When you look at the pics below you will see the crackers on a yellow tray over toward the righthand side of the photo.
My daughter out west sent me some wonderful pictures of her kiddos enjoying the felt food.
Darrin holds a chocolate mini donut and a Valentine cookie in one hand and a spoonful of pasta in the other. Looks like he plans to follow that up with bacon & eggs.
Emily has a balanced meal in front of her but it appears she will eat dessert first!
Darrin snacks on pasta bows while Emily digs into a cinnamon roll. In this photo you can see the coffee set quite well -- coffee cups in front of each child, while two of the mini donuts may be seen on the red tray near Emily.
Enjoying their coffee! I made these because their uncle owns a coffee shop, but the kids refer to these cups mostly as hot chocolate.
Making felt food really is somewhat addictive. I will be sorry when the kids get old enough to outgrow it!
* Note: If anyone is interested in the links for the specific food crafting tutorials, just say so in a comment and I will share the links. I didn't have time today to hunt up all the links and post them here, but I am willing to share if some are interested in having the links.*