Lego Foods That Look Good Enough to Eat

Teach your kid all about your favorite dishes without opening the fridge. These Lego foods are easy to make and look like the real thing, but, please, don't eat them!

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Photo By: Heather Ramsdell

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell

Hamburger

Make the perfect burger on a sesame seed speckled toy bun.

Burger, Plus Fries

Extra ketchup, please.

Burger, Hold the Bun

For the health-conscious or bread-adverse eater, Lego lettuce is the perfect swap.

Hot Dog

Just add relish and a few dollps of mustard to complete the dog.

Grilled Cheese

Two slices of Lego-American cheese complete this kid favorite.

Rib

Get your hands on a BBQ rib without the saucy mess.

 

Beer and Iced Tea

You can build the cold one while your kiddo tackles a refreshing iced tea.

Dropped Ice Cream Cone

Unlike real life, you can always build another one.

Vanilla and Neapolitan Ice Cream Sandwiches

Fill your ice cream sandwich with your favorite flavor.

Eggs and Bacon

Sunny side up eggs start your morning off right.

Peas in a Pod and Buttered Peas

These spring peas actually last forever. 

Sushi

If only all sushi was this easy to make.

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