1. McDonald's French Fry Snack Maker ebay.com Turn pieces of bread into french fries! 2. Fisher-Price Breakfast Set pinterest.com Remember how that little pan made sizzling noises? 3. Play-Doh Make-a-Meal OK...my subs NEVER looked that good. So frustrating. But so much fun. 4. McDonald's Happy Meal Toys pinterest.com Naturally. A staple of American childhood. 5. Play-Doh Spaghetti Factory whatdoesasongbirdsing.blogspot.com This was fun but basically guaranteed you'd end up with one giant multi-color ball of Play-Doh a couple hours later. 6. Fisher-Price Mini-Kitchen pinterest.com The center of your world and way to impress your playdates. 7. Super Dough Flower Makin' Basket imremembering.com You could push Play-Doh through the molds to create flower baskets — they were even scented! 8. Fisher-Price Baby's Mealtime Set pinterest.com I always found those "jars" of baby food frustrating. You wanted so badly for there to be real stuff in there! 9. Creepy Crawlers pinterest.com This one let gross boys make jelly-like edible bugs. 10. Fruity Erasers imremembering.com OK, so these technically weren't toys but that didn't stop you from using them at playtime...or trying to eat them. 11. Kool-Aid Sno-Cone Machine imremembering.com Ice, some Kool-Aid powder, and voila: a two-bite sno-cone. Mmmmm. 12. Easy-Bake Oven pinterest.com Hands down, the best. 13. Queasy Bake Cookerator buzzfeed.com The "boy" version of the Easy-Bake Oven concocted such delights as the "Mud 'n Crud" cake. 14. Play-Doh's Cookie Lovin' Oven OMG YUM.