What It IsNo matter how good you think it tastes, Play-Doh is not for eating. However, using Play-Doh to simulate food has been one of the more popular ways to play with the compound over the past 52 years.
So, a spaghetti factory seems like a natural line extension, particularly with the popularity of extruding shape makers over the years. This one is very creative. Place the bowl on top of the noodle factory and then push down the arms and a "portion" of "pasta" appears in the bowl. We like this because it's easy for little ones to work.
Once the "pasta" is ready, there are all kinds of molds that kids can make simulated toppings, so the creative play just keeps going.