Review: Dantoy Ice Cream Kit


Role play is an important part of childhood development as it builds confidence, creativity communication, physical development and problem solving.

Along with being a fun activity, it also allows children to get into character and act out real life roles or fictional performances. As part of my work in a pre-school, one of the favourite role play areas for kids is food, whether they are going through a drive through, or making ice cream for their friends.

We were invited to review the Dantoy Ice Cream Kit, made from sustainable bioplastic.

Dantoy have a great “I’m Green” line of bioplastic products, their bioplastic is made of at least 90% sugarcane, a sustainable raw material, and their bioplastic is 100% recyclable. The Danish brand are fully committed to helping create sustainable toys.

Dantoy’s packaging is all made from recycled cardboard. Their toys are made to last and are approved for contact with foods, microwave safe, dishwasher safe, frost-proof and contains no toxins. Dantoy’s range of bio toys includes the Ice Cream Kit. Perfect for stimulating your child’s imagination, they will have fun cooking and developing new recipes right next to you.

Dantoy believe that people should buy less, buy well. That is why their toys are only made with sustainable products. We can all be eco-friendly and by choosing brands who care will make a little difference.

Lilah loves playing with the ice cream set, which is both durable and sturdy.

It is perfect for stimulating their imagination, and helping them with their fine motor skills as they assemble their cupcakes and balance their ice cream.

Lilah loves putting them together and then delivering her creations to all of us when she is finished.

Dantoy Ice Cream Kit is available from Smallable for £21

4 thoughts on “Review: Dantoy Ice Cream Kit

  1. sarah says:

    Ah my girls love anything related to ice-cream! These look fab. So realistic but good so durable. x

  2. Sabina Green says:

    I love these. We got a few lovely sets of wooden food with our kids play kitchen when they were younger. The ice creams look fab, so well made.

  3. Lisa Jackson says:

    Freddie would love this. Our kitchen toys are the most played with in our house. He would love to make us all ice creams 🙂

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