Little Miss Muffin- toy review

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My Thoughts-
I have Little Miss Muffin. There are 9 other Little Miss Muffin dolls pictured on the box with names like Little Miss Blueberry, Cherrie, Chip, Pumpkin, Coconut, Cinnamon, Sugar, Vanilla, and Plum.

As the pictures show, she starts out all scrunched up inside what looks like a paper muffin cup (made of plastic). If you pull her up out of the cup, she’s sitting in it, then you turn the muffin cup inside out and all you see is Little Miss Muffin.

It’s cute enough, but reminds me a lot of Strawberry Shortcake dolls. The worst part is that it doesn’t have much of a smell. The cup itself has a very faint cupcake smell, but the doll doesn’t at all. Other than flipping her inside out and back again, I don’t know what a little girl would do with them. I guess collecting all 10 and lining them up to play imaginary games like girls do with any doll.

My doll measures 9 inches fully opened. There are 17-inch dolls and dual packs available also. I know my girls would love to collect them all.
They aren’t expensive compared to a lot of products out there, so I would recommend them for gifts or stocking stuffers.

Product Description
There’s nothin’ like luvin’ a Little Miss Muffin!™ Who’s that peeking? Who could it be? A little Miss Muffin seeing me. Pop out her hands and feet and flip her magical muffin cup for a special treat. All the muffin friends have their own muffin fresh scents and are wonderful Pop-n-Flip™ fun! Collect Little Miss Muffin and all her sweet muffin friends!
Manufactured for and distributed by Jay at Play Int’l HK Ltd., a subsidiary of Jay Franco & Sons Inc., New York City. Made in China. Recommended for ages 3-5.

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* Disclosure: I received a Villeroy & Boch platter and a Little Miss Muffin doll for posting about the Food Blogger Bake Sale, in support of Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry Campaign. All thoughts and opinions are my own.