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  • Chris VR Dec 30, 2004 06:50 PM
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My friend's kid (4 years old) got one for Christmas and is evidently rapidly baking her way through the prepackaged mixes that came with the oven. Rather than buy the refill packs (both expensive and laden with preservatives and other chemically stuff), I told her I'd find her some real recipes and who better to ask than the hounds?!

The link below has some of the types of recipes she's looking for- can be premixed and stored for a while outside of the refrigerator, and only requires mixing with liquid when it's time to bake. I remember that my Easy Bake Oven was my first exciting introduction to the world of cooking- I made it myself! So I'd like to encourage her with other similar EASY recipes. Any ideas?

Link: http://www.thefunplace.com/recipes/00...

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  1. LOL had to share this (came across it while looking for recipes):

    Now the computer savvy among us can relive the fun of having your very own personal mini-oven with the PC Ez-Bake oven! It fits in a 5 1/4" drive bay and plugs right into your power supply with the included Molex connector. Also included is "PC Ez-Cook", the open-source oven controller software with hundreds of easy and creative recipes for your PC Ez-Bake oven, and even a fuzzy-logic cooking control system to precisely measure the doneness of your cake, cookie, or cheese souffle. The PC Ez-Bake oven can even be used to cook your Pop Tarts, Bagel Bites, or any tiny or flat food. YUM!

    Link: http://www.thinkgeek.com/stuff/41/ezb...

    4 Replies
    1. re: Chris VR

      ChrisVR, I hereby appoint you official tester of the Non-Dairy Creamer Creme Brulee. Please report your findings!

      8-)

      1. re: Dorothy

        You know I'm enough of a geek (and food geek) that I'd actually get this thing, but it won't fit in my laptop. I'll have to pass that honor off to someone else!

      2. re: Chris VR

        I have already recommended the PC Ex-Bake oven to my company's management as a productivity tool, Here is how you can increase the bottom line for your own company:

        1. Install an Ex-Bake oven in every work station in every cube in the company.

        2. Every morning issue all cube dwellers one large roll of Pilsbury refregerated cookie dough.

        3. The drones will then never leave their cubes, because they will be baking themselves chocolate chip cookies all day.

        1. re: Chris VR

          Reminds me of the "ich bin ein Flatlander" story in Douglas Coupland's Microserfs . . .

          Mmm, irradiated poptarts.

        2. I did a Google search and found the following:

          http://www.hasbro.com/easybake/pl/pag...

          http://www.geocities.com/alta_mom3boy...

          http://www.budget101.com/kids.htm

          http://www.npr.org/templates/story/st...

          http://www.thriftyfun.com/tf214765.ti...

          http://www.cookbookswelove.com/review...

          http://www.wixt.com/guides/recipe/sto...

          1. I bought this book for my daughter. It's really nice and even comes with teeny tiny measuring spoons.

            Link: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/...