Ultimate Easy Bake Oven #Giveaway #Rafflecopter

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Last week, I opened a gift I’d secretly wished for many years ago, but never told my parents- nor Santa.  The little kids were napping and my oldest was at school, and there was a big white box on my doorstep holding the new Ultimate Easy Bake Oven inside!!  I used to get so excited when I’d go to a friend’s house and they had the Easy Bake.  I tried to act all cool and nonchalant, but inside I was all “wheeeeeeeeeeeeee I get to bake and I’m a kid” at their houses.  So.much.fun.

Times have changed for the Easy Bake- the new design is far more sleek, more hip, more modern than before, and there’s no more cooking with a light bulb.  They even make whoopie pie mix for the Easy Bake.  Little tiny whoopie pies.  Teeny tiny cookies, cupcakes, and cakes.  The whole thing just screams fun for everyone.  Who wants to cook dinner like a grownup when there’s an Easy Bake oven around? NOT ME! (Oh wait. I don’t usually want to cook dinner anyway…)

The Ultimate Easy Bake gets to a toasty 375 degrees inside. Outside, its cool to the touch.  That’s not to say you shouldn’t be exercising caution, because I firmly believe you always should when cooking…but its a nice feature that gives a littel peace of mind.  You should always have your child using this under adult supervision.  The recommended age for this toy is 8+ so if and when my oldest uses this, it will be with my very close supervision and likely only me using the oven itself (and not just because I don’t want to share my new toy…)

This is a nostalgia purchase for those of us who grew up with (or wanting) the Easy Bake oven.  For kids, its a way to let them cook and create and experiment with that process with a controlled, safer mechanism….and its a ton of fun.  You can find the Ultimate Easy Bake Oven many places where toys are sold including Target, ToysRUs and Amazon.

With the Ultimate Easy Bake Oven, you get a baking pan, cupcake pan, pan pusher, chocolate chip cookie mix, red velvet cake mix, pink frosting mix, rainbow sugar crystals package, paper cupcake wraps and instructions/recipe booklet.

Using the Easy Bake was easy, fun, and cleanup a breeze. The kids were super excited to have whoopie pies (and even more fun trying to pronounce whoopie pies properly) and are very excited to try some cookies over the weekend. I finally got my Christmas wish!! Instructions are clear and packaging for the ingredients is easy to open. Definitely a GREAT gift for the holidays (or just for fun!)

One US or Canadian reader will win an Ultimate Easy Bake Oven!

I received a sample of this product to facilitate my review.  Opinions are my own.

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  • I always wanted a Rainbow Brite doll…one of the big ones….never got it, but I did get a little one.

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  • this was it! i always wanted an easy bake oven!

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  • I can’t think of any toy that I REALLY wanted and never got but I’m sure there was some doll or Barbie I liked and didn’t get.

    LittleLadybug_17(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  • I wanted to collect the Christmas Barbies. I got one, that’s it.

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  • I always wanted the Barbie McDonalds and the Barbie Dream house….

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  • I always wanted the barbie dream house

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  • That’s a hard one because I usually got everything I wanted I was the only girl.

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  • I honestly can’t say that there was anything I didn’t get…except maybe a horse, but I knew that would never happen ;-)

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  • i always wanted a kitten but never got one

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  • The giant Barbie house and the cars to go with it!

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  • I never got my own easy bake oven and a bunch of mixes.

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  • I always wanted a huge dollhouse. Even though I am an adult…. I would still love to get one.

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  • yes! the easy bake oven was that toy!
    cindy0462@gmail.com

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  • I was a bookworm as a kid and I really didn’t like or ask for toys.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  • My brother and I got to pick out one big gift a year (within reason) and we always got it.

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  • I usually or eventually got what toys I wanted.

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  • I always wanted a Nintendo Game Boy.

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  • I asked for the Barbie Dream House for about 6 years before I finally got it at age 11. My sister was old enough to make it a joint gift. I had mostly outgrown it & my sister never liked Barbies. If it wasn’t joint it would have been my only gift. If they had wrapped the furniture separately, I wouldn’t have cared.

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  • luckly my parents always made me pick one gift that i really wanted each year so i never was disapointed. Although a new car would have been nice LOL
    corinne.soto517(at)gmail.com

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  • I always wanted a pottery kit; I remember my mom saying I wouldn’t play with it!!

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  • When we were kids, we always wanted a Nintendo but never got one:(

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  • I will say I was spoiled and got pretty much anything I asked for except a horse and car!

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  • No I got mostly everything I asked for from santa

    ontariohappychick at gmail dot com

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  • I always wanted an American Girl doll!! Never got one though, but now my daughter wants one so I’m going to make sure she gets it (eventually)!! Those dolls are SO expensive and I know she’ll tear it up in no time, but it’s her happiness that is important!! =) Thanks for the giveaway!!!

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  • Sit & spins. lol xD

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  • The Sit N Spin looked so fun on the commercial. My mom would tell me that it would make me throw up!

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  • I wanted a cabbage patch kid!

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  • I always wanted the Barbie dream house!

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  • I don’t remember any thing that I ever actually asked for. There were 10 of us kids and I appreciated anything I got. But now, I could think of a bunch of things I could ask for.

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  • Baby alive doll is what I really wanted when I was a child..my younger sister got it and yes she did share but I wanted my own.

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  • My parents spoiled me and my sister, we got everything we wanted…they always bought way too much..now that I am older and have my own family, I realize how crazy that was…they do the same for their grandkids..just not mine anymore.

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  • I always wanted a Barbie Dream House (this would have been the ’60’s!) and never got one.

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  • I don’t remember! It’s been so long ago. I do remember looking at the Sears Roebuck Christmas catalog and that was one of the highlights of the season– so much wonderful stuff! I think I thought snow cone makers looked cool and wouldn’t have minded having one.

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  • Of course I never got the pony I wanted, but actually I never got the Easy Bake Oven either! Oh well, lots of great memories and fun times with family to look back on. Thanks for the chance.

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  • I think it was called pillow people.

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  • I always wanted a pottery wheel….still wouldn’t mind having one :)

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  • When I was a kid which is a long long long time ago my dream was for a portable tape recorder which at that time was big. My mom was really sick back then and got confused, my sister had asked for a typewriter because she wanted to play secretary so girlie. LOL

    Well mom bought the right gifts just gave them to the wrong girls but she found it so sweet that we shared our toys… if she only knew the truth.

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  • does a REAL pony count? No? Ok, then it was inline skates- my parents didnt trust me, clutz that I am!

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  • OMG me too! I always coveted my neighbors Easy Bake Oven and it was the old school boxy models. My parents told me years later that they didnt get me one since I seem to enjoy playing with the neighbor…UGH!!!

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  • I always wanted a new bike and never got one.

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  • I always wanted a big wheel barbie jeep and never got one.

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  • I don’t know if anyone will remember them but I was obsessed with Popples I wanted a stuffed one so bad but never got one :(

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    • i remember popples kim!! i hope you get one :o)

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  • To be perfectly honest, I always wanted an easy bake oven, how ironic!!!!

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  • I always wanted one of the bead kits to make your own bracelts but my mother always said their were to many peices. I understand what she meant now that I have a daughter.

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  • I always wanted a Canopy Bed and never got one…:(

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  • I wanted a train set and never got.

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  • I actually always wanted an easy bake oven…that and operation.

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  • I wanted a Furby! Remeber those?!

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  • I always wanted a big wheel!!!!!

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  • always wanted a dog for xmas but never got one

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