My favorite toys for my daughter are ones that are open-ended, with a call to the imagination! Toys that mean my little one can play over and over, and never play quite the same way twice. The favorite in our house? Our play kitchen!

Homemade Kitchen Sets on Etsy

Some mornings she’s dedicated to making meals for everyone — wooden toast and butter, a cookie, or a felt pancake sandwich and a coffee for mom. Perfect! Sometimes she bakes treats, other times she’s teaching her toys to stir up concoctions and wash dishes. It’s always a delight to watch her create.

If you’re looking to add a fun play kitchen set to your home, Etsy definitely had a wealth of shops featuring handmade wooden stoves, crocheted food, and more! Just some of my favorites are below. Enjoy!

Wooden Play Kitchen,Kids Kitchen Playsets with Oven

This beauty, created by Craft with Puzzle, would make a gorgeous addition to any play space.

Wooden Pretend Play Kitchen Set

I love the built-in shelving in this playset, made by Craft with Puzzle.

homemade play kitchens on Etsy

Feeling handy? Iron Timber makes the plans for this fantastic number available in their shop. I think I might want a yellow kitchen myself! (And how adorable is the beadboard backsplash? So charming.)

Naturally-Sealed Sanded Wooden Eggs

To get the cooking started, pick up some smooth, wooden eggs from Mountain Mom Studio.

Wooden Popsicle Ice Cream Bar Pretend Play Set

For dessert, of course! I adore these cute Popsicles by Green Elephant Home. The colors are fantastic. (And I’m currently craving a Creamsicle!)

Tea Party Set | Felt Tea Bags | Felt Food for Kids | Pretend Play Food | Felt Play Food | Play Kitchen Food

Tea time? I think I should snatch up a few of these pretty little teabags for my little one. She knows mama loves her tea! This set was made by Twin Pines Collective.

Fruit and Vegetables toy knitting patterns

And once more, if you’re a crafty mama, pick up a pattern for these super fun veggies by Fluff and Fuzz!

Tell about your child’s favorite open-ended toys and games. We’d love to hear what gets their imaginative juices flowing!