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Easy Bake Oven

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  • The classic light-bulb oven comes with yummy mixes and accessories and accessories for cooking up all kinds of sweet treats
  • Use the included mixes, pans and accessories to whip up cake and cookie batter
  • Follow the directions to bake them inside the oven
  • Keep your treats warm in the special warming chamber until you’re ready to frost, serve and enjoy
  • An included booklet has even more yummy ideas and recipes that are just the frosting on the cake
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 16.5 x 8.5 inches ; 4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B001DI4VN0
  • Item model number: 35230
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,970 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (143 customer reviews)
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Safety Warning
CAUTION: ELECTRIC TOY immersing this toy in water can cause an electrical shock. Not recommended for children under 8 years of age. As with all electric products, precautions should be observed during handling and use to prevent electric shock. ADULT SUPERVISION REQUIRED.

Product Description

Product Description

The amazing Easy-Bake Oven comes with a yellow cake mix, a chocolate-flavored frosting mix, a sugar cookie mix, 2 baking pans, 2 cooking utensils, an instruction/recipe booklet (filled with more yummy ideas), 2 warming cups, and a pan pusher. You'll have oodles of baking fun with this!

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Easy Bake is back with its newest version of the all-time favorite, kid-friendly oven and snack center. Designed for ages eight and up, the Easy Bake Oven includes a yellow cake mix, a sugar cookie mix, and a mix for chocolate frosting so your child can get busy in the kitchen making tasty treats with family and friends.

Easy Bake Oven
    Ages: 8+

    Requires:
  • Adult assembly
  • Phillips screwdriver
  • 100-watt light bulb (frosted or standard only)
What We Think

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The Good: Helps your child learn about baking and cooking.

The Challenging: The covered front makes it difficult to check your treats visually.

In a Nutshell: A real, working oven that allows children to bake their own treats.



The classic Easy Bake is back in its latest and safest form.
Kid-friendly Oven Bakes Tasty Treats
The new Easy Bake Oven works like the idea of a conveyor belt--you push the uncooked treat in one side until it's in the middle of the oven, and then push it out the opposite side to cool when it's finished baking. The three included recipes require minimal work, making it simple for young kids who are new to the Easy Bake experience. After you have preheated the oven and sprayed your pans with cooking spray, just add water, stir, and pour the mix into the baking pan--there's definitely a reason it's called an Easy Bake!

There are strict warnings for required parental supervision while the oven is being used, to avoid any burns or misuse. A very important tip to keep in mind is that he light bulb needed must be a 100-watt frosted or standard light bulb. The bulb is not included in the set.

Great Introduction to Cooking for Your Children
The Easy Bake is not only a fun toy that provides delicious snacks--it also teaches important skills surrounding cooking and baking. To make food in the Easy Bake Oven, you follow all of the same motions as if you were using an actual oven. Your child can learn about the importance of mixing, measuring, timing their food, and everything that goes into the process of cooking. The Easy Bake Oven may even make them curious to learn more about cooking in the future.

What's in the Box
Easy Bake oven, one yellow cake mix, one chocolate flavored frosting mix, one sugar cookie mix, two baking pans, two cooking utensils, instruction/recipe booklet, two warming cups, and a pan pusher.




The Easy Bake comes with three snack mixes so you can start cooking up some creativity right away! View larger.

Customer Reviews

I don't even think it's worth buying for any amount of money.
Joni
I bought one of those Easy Bake Oven cookbooks so my daughter would get to use her little oven more.
Noname
Light Bulb needed--100 Watt--no extended life or soft-white version.
Deana Torgerson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

121 of 128 people found the following review helpful By Noname TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 15, 2009
I could remember desperately wanting one of these Easy Bake Ovens as a kid. I never got one. I thought maybe I'd get one for my daughter when she was older, but she got one for her 5th birthday. We tried it out today. It was a hit! This thing really does bake.

Of course, we were lucky we had a light bulb on hand. I didn't expect to need one. I thought they came installed in the oven. It was easy to install.

The oven only came with a cake mix and a cookie mix and one pack of frosting. We chose to do the cookie mix. It took more water than the ¾ teaspoon of water the directions called for. The cookies came out great. Both my son and daughter loved them.

The biggest drawback to this oven is the expensive mixes. I bought one of those Easy Bake Oven cookbooks so my daughter would get to use her little oven more. I'd rather her cook in this oven and make tiny little cookies and cakes than the real oven, since I need to actually operate the real oven and I'm not keen on so much junk food. This way, the junk food portion is tiny and she has the fun of operating the oven.

This is a great toy. I really did miss out as a kid!
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590 of 665 people found the following review helpful By Been There on June 27, 2009
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After reading the complaints I had to write a review to provide some (apparently) much needed insight to all those people who complain about light bulbs and price of the mixes. I agree, it would be nice if a light bulb was included. But, "hello", toys that require batteries generally don't include the batteries. Rather than getting frustrated, my recommendation is to Adapt! I never had one of these as a child though I desperately wanted one. When my nephew was 7 or 8, he asked for one. I bought one for him and he and his younger brother cooked many, many things with it for the next 4 years. They live in a remote California small town and likely had to use a 100 watt frosted or other bulb, because they told me they had to cook the food a bit longer. Did they complain??? No! They Adapted. You wimps. Is this the best that the TV/Video/MTV generation can do? Complain because everything isn't perfect??? It would seem so. Here is how I solved the "cost" problem. Naturally the mixes are exorbitantly expensive and my nephews could not afford them. So (since I live 5 hours away), I found a baking container (i.e. a tuna fish can!) that approximated the easy bake oven pan, and started experimenting. It took my husband and I about 3 tries to get the proportions right. But guess what? We would buy cake mixes on sale (79 cents or $1.29...not willing to pay the over $2 price because these kids were making the cakes etc. several times a day - they were great snacks). We combined the dry cake mix with dried egg whites in the proportions called for on the box (all the mixes now provide for using just egg whites instead of whole eggs...right on the box).Read more ›
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335 of 391 people found the following review helpful By Modern Blue Argonaut on June 29, 2008
Late last year the Easy Bake Ovens were pulled from store shelves due to a recall and for many months the Easy Bake Oven was unavailable. The created an extremely strong desire in my daughter, and she longed for an easy bake oven. Finally, when they became available once more we bought one.

I also had one when I was a child, and although I have fond memories, I think most Easy Bake Ovens eventually stop being used because the mixes cost so much.

I was surprised that this oven didn't have any real improvements. It still uses a standard 100 watt light bulb, which is increasingly difficult to find due to cfl's taking over the lighting industry (which is a good thing). Once I located a 100 watt bulb, which by the way was the only one in the house, I unscrewed the back and installed the bulb. Next we preheated the oven for 15 minutes. Unfortunately, the second drawback I encountered was that the timer is still fake. Wouldn't it be nice if the child could really time the preheating and the cooking times? Instead, we had to rely on our real oven to time the Easy Bake Oven.

Next, we put the mix into the pan after greasing it and flouring it. That brings me to a third point. With kitchen technology so evolved, why doesn't the modern Easy Bake Oven come with silicone baking pans? They're not expensive, and it would eliminate the need to grease and flour the pans.

Finally, my fourth complaint is that the cooking times are 8-10 minutes, for example, and had the front of the oven had a clear view, I could see into the oven to gauge whether or not the cake was done yet.

Here are the changes I would like to see in the Easy Bake Oven:

1. Eliminate standard bulbs. They're hard to find, especially as a single unit.

2.
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45 of 52 people found the following review helpful By A. Pulver on January 4, 2009
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The Easy Bake brought a smile to my little girl's face. She's only 3, but she loves to be in the kitchen with me. She was very excited to have an oven of her very own. I had to giggle at how small the cakes are - they seemed so much bigger and delicious when I was a kid. My daughter seemed enchanted with baking a cake all of her own.

The Easy Bake came with 3 mixes which made 1 yellow "cake" with frosting and some sugar cookies. We baked the "cake" right away - it looked more like a cookie when it came out. It didn't stop my daughter from beaming with pride as we frosted it for her and her daddy to share.

We live in a small town and had a difficult time tracking down the proper light bulb to work with the unit. We had to wait until we made a trip to the nearest "big town" to get the right bulb.

We purchased the children's cookbook that is a recommended purchase from Amazon. That was the best purchase! The mixes are expensive and not much fun. My daughter enjoyed the "real" recipes. The recipes in the book are great - we had everything on hand and they came with their own measuring spoons for the tiny amounts needed. The book makes the Easy Bake much more versatile. I wouldn't purchase the oven with out it!
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