Posts tagged as "felt food"

Posted by burntmuffin on 24th February 2011

Felt Blueberries and Pancakes

So… Miss S decided that she can’t eat blueberry pancakes almost every weekend and not have a set of felt ones to play with. So, I sewed some up yesterday afternoon.

Posted by burntmuffin on 19th January 2011

Big Chocolate Cookies

A few days ago, Annie’s Eats posted this recipe on her blog. Her photos are so incredible, I can almost taste the cookies! Almost, but not quite… so I printed out the recipe and decided to make a batch. As I didn’t have enough chocolate drops/bits, a whole block of dark chocolate went into the [...]

Posted by burntmuffin on 23rd November 2010


One of their bloggers (Joanne C) wrote me to say they would like to use one of my felt food pictures on epi-log. Isn’t that cool? Here’s the link, if you want to have a look.  

Posted by burntmuffin on 25th July 2010

Felt Dumplings

I’ve wanted to make felt dumplings for a little while. We (well, Miss S and I) eat quite a few dumplings in our household. And I thought they would be pretty simple to make – since I knew how to make the real thing, the felt ones should be easy, right? Hmmm… not really. Felt ones [...]

Posted by burntmuffin on 11th July 2010


I love cupcakes – both the making and eating parts. And I love cupcake cases. They make the simple cupcake look so pretty and dainty. I’ve amassed a small collection and I must say, I’m on the lookout for some more!

Posted by burntmuffin on 16th February 2010

Felt Food – Part Two

My daughter’s felt larder has increased in the form of donuts, sausages, lettuce leaves, and some disastrous looking cupcakes/muffins. The donuts were really fun to make.

Posted by burntmuffin on 10th February 2010

A portable stove/oven

With all her new cooking gear and felt food, my little “chef” has taken over the living room floor. Can a frying pan box become part of the play process as well as a storage solution? YES!

Posted by burntmuffin on 9th February 2010

Felt Food – Part One

I’ve finally started the mission of making felt food for my little girl. I had to as we received this wonderful package from my parents that contained these little stainless steel cooking pots and pans and a set of utensils to go with them. (These are from Ikea’s Duktig range for kids 4 Piece cooking set [...]