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9 Times Crocheted Food Looked So Tasty We Wanted To Eat It

Food is something everyone can appreciate. Whether it be a salad or a hot dog, a bar of chocolate or a bowl of fruit – we can't get enough! Therefore, we've decided to share with you the best in crochet food, so if you're struggling to diet, have a go at these stunning creations to ease your appetite.

9 Times Crocheted Food Looked So Tasty We Wanted To Eat It

1. Tea and biscuits

A quintessential British pleasure, these cute little crocheted jammy dodgers will look lovely on a little saucer – just remember not to dunk!

9 Times Crocheted Food Looked So Tasty We Wanted To Eat It
Image: Boys and Bunting

2. Fill your fruit bowl

How often in your house does the fruit bowl sit with a questionable peach and a far too ripe banana in it? Hardly aesthetically appealing! Make your bowl beautiful by filling it with this crocheted fruit.

9 Times Crocheted Food Looked So Tasty We Wanted To Eat It
Image: Planet June

3. Sweet crochet

For those of you with a sweet tooth, make yourself a pick 'n' mix pot of dreams with this treat of a pattern.

9 Times Crocheted Food Looked So Tasty We Wanted To Eat It
Image: New Mills Wooly Wander

4. A special sandwich

Show off the packed lunch of champions with this spectacular BLT sandwich.

9 Times Crocheted Food Looked So Tasty We Wanted To Eat It
Image: Craft Foxes

5. Do it with doughnuts

These delicious delights are handcrafted to perfection, and are bound to bring bright, bold colour into any room.

9 Times Crocheted Food Looked So Tasty We Wanted To Eat It
Image: Hello Yellow Yarn

6. Carrot crochet

Unleash your inner rabbit with these gorgeous crocheted carrots.

9 Times Crocheted Food Looked So Tasty We Wanted To Eat It
Image: Engsidrun Spire

7. Cupcake cuties

These mouthwatering delights make a great gift or will look equally as lovely sat on a plate in your kitchen.

9 Times Crocheted Food Looked So Tasty We Wanted To Eat It
Image: Esshaych

8. Crochet Italiano

No need to call Domino's tonight! Get stuck into this yummy crochet pizza instead.

9 Times Crocheted Food Looked So Tasty We Wanted To Eat It
Image: Ravelry

9. Ice cream crazy

Longing for sunny days at the seaside? You can make part of that wish come true by crocheting yourself a Mr Whippy – and you won't have to worry about this one melting!

9 Times Crocheted Food Looked So Tasty We Wanted To Eat It
Image: I Like Lemons

Still looking for delicious crochet makes? Have a go at this breakfast set

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