Cupcakes, cookies, and candies.. Oh my! I love making crochet play foods for children, but they also make great home decor options for your home. Making a plate of cookies, or cupcakes to put out on the counter makes a great conversation piece for guests, and will never spoil. These patterns are also great for hosting tea parties, or making for smaller babies as toys. Making them as Christmas gifts is also another way to go.
These call for beads embellished on the icing of the cookie, but you can always use embroidery floss to stitch sprinkles on top. You should do this before you sew the icing to the cookie. These can be done in SO many flavors, be creative with this!
This is a fantastic and easy pattern. Make cherries to plop on top, or change colors and make different flavors of cake. I made a few of these for a friend for a first birthday!
This pattern is labeled a pincushion, but you don’t have to use it for pins. Use yarn to create drizzle, or change colors for different yummy flavors. Doughnuts that don’t add calories are a wonderful idea. Jelly Doughnut.
I love this cute thing.
The crochet world is so vast. This pattern is awesome, and would make a great gag gift for a twinkie fan. I love that the bottom even looks like a twinkie.
Chocolate Truffle or Bon Bon
You can put these in muffin cups to make them look more real, or make them up and put them in a box to look like an actual box of chocolates. You can also use smaller hook sizes, and yarn sizes to create smaller chocolates.
I am currently working up a few of these myself for a friend. Make them smaller, or make them bigger. These would look great on a real plate on the counter top.
A great way to spruce up a small glass bowl for a console table, or make them in coordinating colors for holidays.
You can make these chocolate, or vanilla. The possibilities are endless, and they are 100% guilt free!
Cherry Pie Slice
How creative. These are great for play tea parties, and also great for grown up parties too! Here is the Meringue Slice pattern.