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Nostalgia Electrics Pie-200 2-Pie Electric Pie Bakery


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  • Bakes 2 individually sized sweet or savory pies in about 10 minutes
  • Non-stick coating
  • Convenient cord storage
  • Power and preheat indicator lights
  • Includes pie dough cutting tool
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 8.2 x 3.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005QSI5I0
  • Item model number: PIE-200
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #136,951 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Create individual-sized pies full of your favorite fillings with this simple-to-use pie maker. Whether its savory meat pies, vegetable pies, quiches or sweet fruit pies or tarts.


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Well, it's that easy for me.
Pie Grrrl
It cleaned up vary easy with just a damp paper towel.
TwistedTree
Made mini chicken pot pies last night.
Mary

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115 of 122 people found the following review helpful By Pie Grrrl TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 11, 2012
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If you're an avid reader of reviews at amazon and other websites and cringe when a review of a product is given a One Star rating because of it being 1) Damaged when it arrives; 2) Lost in shipment; 3) Wasn't an iPad (even if it was a water bottle!) or 4) Poor customer service, you're not alone. So, I've structured this review to try and appease most readers. My review begins with "Background", as to WHY I bought this particular 2 pie unit vs. the 4 pie unit and why I bought it from amazon. *Skip ahead to Part I if you don't want to know the background.* Part I is the quick and short of it; you want the facts and then you want to move on. Part II is the part that would normally drag a product review down, when it has absolutely NOTHING to do with the physical product but with the Instruction Booklet/Customer Service. Part III is for the reader that wants/enjoys a more in-depth review. This is where I get "chatty", again. Part IV is the wrap-up.

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"BACKGROUND": I've been baking pies for over a half a century. My Granma was a professional pie baker at the turn of the century in a hotel along the shores of Lake Superior. She'd bake 30 pies per day for the week and 50 pies per day for the weekend. Those were the days when you cut a pie into quarters and men ate the slice with their bare hands. Iron ore miners and loggers stopped by for Take Out lunches at the back door; the more genteel folks ate in the dining room. By time she married at 27 years old, (which was ancient in 1901), she had already baked thousands of pies...and I was lucky enough to be taught at her knee when she and my Granpa raised me on their dairy farm.

Fast forward to 2012.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Dean 503 on April 2, 2012
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At last, a product that works as well as it's advertised. Be sure to read the long review by Pie Grrrl--it's like taking a cooking class. (click on "read more" for the rest of her review) The most important thing, it makes really good pies and it is easy to clean. I still have not made a fruit pie, but made the best chicken pot pie I've ever had. Also made cabbage buns. (fill with cabbage, hamburger and onions) I made a pie shell (just the bottom crust) and filled with chocolate pudding. Be aware of the warning you need to put it through several cycles to get rid of electrical smell, but after 5 or 6 cycles was completely gone. I don't like the idea of forming the shell in a red hot grill, so I start from cold and the chicken pot pies take about 20 minutes. After it is mostly baked, you can open it to check browning. I brush the side of the crust that touches the metal with vegetable oil.For chicken pot pie, I put cooked chicken breast, frozen peas, carrot, and onions in the shell, spoon some undiluted cream of chicken soup over it. Maybe add some pepper, there is plenty of salt in the soup. I use Krustez pie crust mix. Clean it with a damp paper towel and a brush for the part that crimps the crust. As I've aged, I can't eat as much as I used to. I found I really couldn't eat 2, so I've been making one meat pie and one desert pie to eat later.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Raq on January 21, 2012
This was meant to be a joke for my husband since he likes fried pies and I don't do well with making them. This has turned out to be the best little gift we got for Christmas. It is not expensive in the least. It is easy to make the pies, easy to clean (although someone said it was not), and a good way to make a nice dessert fast. We have used several fillings and all have turned out well. Follow the instructions. That's what we did. Now two other members of the family want a machine.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By K. J. Kalin on February 23, 2012
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Back in September, I saw the Sunbeam 4-pie version at Target and purchased it as a late birthday present. I had no idea they even existed. I've been really happy with it. I got the Nostalgia Electrics 2-pie model so I'd have the capability of making either 6 at once, or consecutive batches when the family
visits. I couldn't tell the pie size from the picture, and the description didn't specify. I've seen the 4-pie Nostalgia Electrics in person, and they are pretty much the same size as the Sunbeam. I was somewhat hoping they'd be larger, more of a pot pie size, but it's fine that they aren't, because they will be the same size as the other four, (and believe me, people will notice if two of them are larger!), and honestly, as a senior citizen, I do not need to be eating larger portions, and if you present me with a larger mini-pie of pot pie size, I WILL eat it. They are NOT Oreo-sized, as one of the other reviewers stated. They aren't huge, but with rampant obesity and diabetes, I think that's a good thing.

I also have a Rome Industries round Pie Iron, so I am used to making pre-cooked fillings for Pudgie Pies, and was prepared to do that for the pie maker(s).

There are a few slight differences between the two brands: the crimpers are different, and the NE has two crust cutters, while the Sunbeam has one double-sided one for both crusts, plus a tamper, and it's red, not yellow and light turquoise. Red is good! 8) The bottom crust on the NE is slightly larger, as the bottom well is a bit deeper, however, the top is more shallow than that of the Sunbeam, so that offsets it. I think that they are pretty much the same size when you get them finished.

The first time I used the Sunbeam, I preheated it, used Pillsbury Ready crust and the tamper.
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