The Pioneer Woman Is Now a Collectible Barbie Complete With Floral Kitchen
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Most of us can remember having at least two or three Barbie dolls while growing up. It was so much fun to dress each one in cute outfits and make up stories about the lives they might lead if they weren’t made of plastic. Of course, the real beauty behind Barbie was that she could be whatever our imaginations wanted: a doctor, an actress, a teacher, or any other amazing idea our brains could think up. Now, the Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond, has released a Barbie in her very own image for young kids to cook up her homestyle recipes with while playing make believe.
The doll set is being sold exclusively at Walmart ($44.88), and it comes with plenty of adorable accessories to fill up the mini kitchen. Take a look at the short video Ree shared to hear more from the Pioneer Woman herself:
How amazing are all of those tiny little cooking gadgets and utensils? They even made sure to include a cast-iron skillet! And many of the tiny items also feature the celebrity chef’s signature floral design. Here’s a closer look at the petite kitchen and accessories:
Although the delightful Barbie set is currently sold out, you can sign up for an alert to know the moment it’s back in stock so you can get your hands on it for the budding young cooks in your life — or for yourself! Whether you display it as a collectible or embrace your inner child for some nostalgic fun, we wouldn’t judge. Here’s hoping they come out with even more fun accessories, like some mini versions of Ree’s delicious recipes, to add even more fun.
If you’re looking for more life-sized additions to your home inspired by the Pioneer Woman’s homespun cooking style (like her Instant Pot), you can check out her collection of kitchenware and other household items, also on sale at Walmart.
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