Fisher-Price’s Play Food Charcuterie Board for Preschoolers Is Way Too Cute

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It comes with pretend salami, cheese, grapes and crackers.

Your kids’ playtime is about to take a fancy turn. Fisher-Price now has an adorable play charcuterie set that lets youngsters ages 3 and up pretend to dine like little foodies.

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What’s in the play charcuterie set?

The 15-piece set comes with everything a kid would need to enjoy the perfect charcuterie board: a log of salami, a wheel of creamy Brie cheese, grapes that pop right off the vine and whole wheat crackers for stacking. Yum!

To make the experience even more realistic, kids will be able to “slice” the salami and cheese with a non-sharp, kid-friendly knife. The set even comes with two napkins, two fancy faux marble plates and a wood and marble cutting board.

The reviewers on Amazon love this toy. “I’m so impressed with the quality and the non-cheesy look and feel of the products,” one parent says. You can introduce toddlers to practical kitchen skills and experiences such as slicing and sharing healthy snacks. It’s definitely worth adding to your kiddo’s play kitchen.

Psst: While the kids are playing with their replica snacks, invite some friends over and feast on a real cheese and charcuterie board.

Where do I find this thing?

You can purchase the Snacks for Two set on Amazon. It’s regularly $19.99 but appears to be on sale for $15.50 right now. It will make the perfect gift for the little ones who always want to help in the kitchen—and love to eat!

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