What do you do when it's raining & you've just found several new Lego sets in the stash of your husband? You build a Lego bakery! Including 1 croissant, 2 baguettes & cupcakes! Any idea what these stacks of tiny "balls" are? Maybe chouquettes? Or oranges?
Even though I'm not a big fan of pre-fab Lego, ( I rather prefer basic bricks ), the pastries are really cute!
Did you play with Lego as a kid? And do you or your kids still play with Lego?
6 thoughts on “Baking some LEGO pastries”
I love it when toys get culture-specific. Reminds me of a Japanese toddler I taught during my summer job as a playschool assistant. All the kids in her group had play kitchens, but hers was the only one with a little sushi set. The pieces were stuck together with velcro so she could “chop” them with a little plastic knife, then put them back together. Amazing!
I played with Legos when I was a kid, too :)
Sounds cool this sushi set! I only know velcro wooden vegetables, much more European ;o)
So cool! This is the first time I see these. My house is full of Lego, but mostly Star Wars. I never played with Lego! The only toys I ever played with were Strawberry Shortcake ones!
Stars Wars lego is for boyssssss! (but I bet your boys love it!). Strawberry Shortcake is the Hello Kitty from the 80s, right? Very girly!
D'aaaw! I believe the balls are profiterole :) Also, totally want the Lego Architecture boxes.
Hmmm profiteroles! The Lego Architecture boxes are cool indeed. But building your own version of a building is even cooler ;o) I tried Studio Sapique, but I'm out of bricks to finish it…