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Sunday, September 25, 2011

Moon Dough Breakfast set Review

My grand-daughter Princess is really getting into make believe. At three years old she strives to be the mommy of her own play house. The fun that she has taking care of her baby dolls, changing their clothes and making them food to eat is some thing that makes this grandma smile. Recently we were able to review the Moon Dough breakfast set. We fell in love with moon dough when we were able to review a few of their fun play sets check that review out here

Take a look at the fun breakfast moon dough set. The set comes with magic molding dough that never dries out. The dough is wheat free and hypo allergenic which means that many children that could not play with other types of dough can play with moon dough. Included in this moon dough breakfast set is popper molds that help to punch out breakfast look alikes like waffles, eggs, and toast. These molds are perfect for little hands and are simple to use simple take the popper firmly in hand and push down to stamp out the product that they are wanting. Included in this set is a playmat that resembles a place setting where the breakfast can be served up on a plate. This is a very cute idea.

Buy: you can find out all about the great Moon Dough sets on the Moon Dough Website you can also find Moon Dough Products at KMart, WalMart, Target and

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I received the product mentioned above for free for review purposes. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."


  1. I don't see your Music Monday post. Perhaps I'm missing something.

  2. I've heard that they have a new formula. I'm interested in trying it b/c I love the fact that it doesn't dry out, but the original batch was definitely not impressive. It crumbled everywhere, and we couldn't pull the Moon Dough out of the molds and have it keep its shape and not fall apart.


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