Friday Favorites–Felt Food

It’s time to come out with it – I completely love felt food.  If I would have known it was a thing when my kids were small, they could have opened a restaurant with all the felt food I would have made for them.  They’re lucky I don’t make it now, in lieu of the real stuff.  Felt Pad Thai?  Felt Tacos?  How about Felt Leftovers?

The first link I remember saving was to the Gulf Coast Cottage Etsy shop.  One of my favorites is this Peanut Butter and Jelly Lunch pattern.  How can you not love felt cheese doodles?


How about noodles for dinner?  Visit Treasures for Tots to make this Felt Tortellini and Pasta Tin.


What’s better with pasta than a Creative Salad from The Creative Salad?


Maybe you’d rather have pizza?  Helping Little Hands shows you how to make this cute version as part of her Felt Food Cook-Along.

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Don’t forget a side of Carrots from Art Threads.  I love the stitching on the greens.


So, you’ve had your lunch, dinner and veggies – it’s time for dessert!  What better place to start than this Ice Cream Sundae from Lark Crafts?



Maybe you’re settling in for a movie.  You’re going to need Felt Movie Snacks from Craftiness is Not Optional.


You’re going to wake up the next morning, still craving felt food.  That’s just how it is.  Fill the void with Bacon and Eggs from The Gunny Sack.

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For a little something sweet to go with the rest of your breakfast, try this Felt Cinnamon Roll from Smashed Peas and Carrots.


Personally, I want this Starbucks Felt Play Set from Sew Homegrown.  I’m trying to ignore the fact that it says it’s for two year olds.  I can set it on my desk every time I feel sorry for myself that Starbucks doesn’t deliver to the boonies.


Many of these sites have additional felt food projects, so if you’re as obsessed as I am, be sure to check them out!