- Spiral-bound: 96 pages
- Publisher: Straight Forward Technologies (October 29, 2002)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0971851522
- ISBN-13: 978-0971851528
- Package Dimensions: 8.3 x 6.1 x 0.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 95 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,411,014 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Baking with Mommy Cookbook: Recipes for Kid-Size Ovens Spiral-bound – October 29, 2002
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About the Author
What an amazing ten years it has been since my family first published the Baking with Mommy Cookbook. At that time Ashlyn, was only three years old and just received her first Easy Bake OvenTM for Christmas. It was only a few days after Christmas that we had already used all the mixes that the manufacturer had supplied with her oven. Instead of buying more, we began to experiment with some of my Grandmother s family recipes. We were delighted with how well the small portions worked in her oven. The kid-size ovens have continued to change and evolve throughout the last ten years. We have gathered quite a collection of ovens as we continually evaluate how the recipes bake in all the ovens on the market. Ashlyn is now almost 13 years old and grown into quite the baker. Cupcakes are her passion and she could probably start her own business if she wasn t so busy with being a teenager. I will never forget the day my husband Roger stated, while eating a cupcake that Ashlyn had just made, that he guessed all that baking in her Easy Bake OvenTM had really paid off. Ashlyn and I spent the summer of 2011 creating 20 new recipes for this anniversary edition of the cookbook. What a joy to share the kitchen with her and watch her learn to experiment and create some very tasty recipes that we hope you enjoy! Blessings, Kristen Joyal --This text refers to an alternate Spiral-bound edition.
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Top customer reviews
The book is small and thin, spiral-bound which makes it easy to lay flat. The tiny measuring spoons are attached by a ring which is easy to remove and reattach.
The pages look like recycled paper, so I second the suggestion of putting the book in a Ziploc bag to protect the pages. In fact, I did do that.
The author mentions in her introductory pages to fill the pans no more than halfway. I wish she'd put a yield for each recipe. I have no idea how much each batch will make. I also don't know how big the cookie dough balls should be or how many cookies to put in a pan or how many pans I should expect to use. I think maybe each batch will yield two pans worth of food, but I will have to try them all out to see.
Included are recipes for individual batches of bakery goods and then there are recipes for mixes. I was really more interested in making the mixes to make the baking go by faster. I just want to scoop, mix and bake. That's all my daughter needs to feel like she's baking. There are nine such mix recipes included and one frosting mix recipe.
We tried making a tub of the cocoa mocha brownie mix yesterday. I'm not sure how many batches it will make, but I'm guessing it will make about 12 batches. We made one batch out of it and my son loved it. He said it was very good. I tried a tiny piece and it was chewy, not bad at all. For the record, when you scoop 1/3 cup out of the mix and follow the instructions, the brownie mix will yield 2 pans of brownies per batch.
You get mini cookware, and use the regular oven. (We had the EZ Bake oven, but it went in a garage sale 2 years ago) Cookies bake at 350 for 8-10 mins whether your making 2 or 2 dozen. The same can be said about Brownies or cakes and the recipes taste good. She gets to learn not only to bake, but to measure, multiply (if we are baking with friends) and most importantly clean up afterward. And instead of dreading baking, but knowing it is something I should be teaching my daughter, I get to watch them do everything, supervise oven use and not be the kitchen grinch.
10 stars if I could!
To reiterate. The cook book is fine. Most of the recipes in the cookbook no longer apply to the new design of the easy bake oven.