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Blindfolded taste test

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Blindfolded taste test

Your tot gets blindfolded and samples some favorite foods. Then the table turn and mom and dad take the test!

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Blindfolded taste test

The toddler snack:
Our tasty taste test combines a blinded toddler and a variety of healthy foods. This could be fun!


  • Apple
  • Peanut butter
  • Raisins
  • Carrot
  • Bread
  • Applesauce
  • Your toddler's favorite foods

Simply prepare samples of food for your toddler to taste. Blindfold them, and have them guess what they're eating.

Make it special:
Your toddler would love having mom and dad take their turn at guessing. Blindfold yourself and have them test you. thoughts:
Besides playing this game with your tot, this is also makes a great party game.

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