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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About the author: I’m a 30-something mom to three, brand ambassador. content creator, social media maven, blogger extraordinaire, earth lover, butcher, baker, candlestick maker (or something along those lines) – love word games, crafting, cake decorating or shooting pictures.

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  • Not that I can remember. I wanted a cabbage patch doll. I always wanted a Victorian Doll house and never got one. I wanted legos (but never told my mom)…I finally got some when I turned 21 when my mom bought them for me for christmas.

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  • Love the new and improved Easy Bake Oven. It has always been one of my favorite items.

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  • I wanted legos (but never told my mom)…I finally got some when I turned 21 when my mom bought them for me for christmas. lol

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  • I don’t remember any toys, but I remember I wanted a walkman

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  • A little brother

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  • A Lite Brite!

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  • always wanted an art easel

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  • I’ve always wanted a kitten! Lol

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  • I always wanted a Lite Bright, but NEVER received one. Now as a 35 year old…I kinda still want one, hee-hee-hee-hee!
    kimbuckjr@yahoo.com

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  • i always wanted a chatty cathy doll & never got it!
    pkeintz@gmail.com

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  • a barbie car

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  • Yes, one of those pink Barbie big wheels. They were brand new when I was a kid & I’m sure they were really expensive!

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  • I always wanted a cabbage patch that you could crimp their hair and never got it :(

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  • I always wanted the Barbie car that she rides in

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  • I cannot think of anything off the top of my head I didnt get everyhing I wanted but I got a horse and that is all I needed..:)

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  • I always wanted an Easy Bake Oven….really!!!!

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  • I wanted an Easy Bake as a kid but never got one. :(

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  • I wanted a Cabbage Patch doll.

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  • I never got one of those hot wheels barbie cars that you could actually drive. My daughter already has a Barbie Jeep cause that is one thing I always wanted as a kid and never got

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  • I always wanted an easy bake oven as a kid.

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  • I always wanted a Victorian Doll house and never got one. =o(

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  • I always wanted a doll house.

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  • Not that I can think of

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  • I can’t think of anything that I really wanted that I didn’t get. LOL

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  • When I was little I always wanted a hot wheel jeep.

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  • I always wanted one of those dolls with growing hair and never did get one!

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  • I can’t think of anything I wanted as a child and didnt get :)

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  • I can’t think of anything that I wanted and didn’t get. As a kid there really wasn’t alot of things that I did want. I was happy with barbie dolls and baby dolls :). SweepsGirl(at)aol(dot)com

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  • I really really wanted a cabbage patch doll…

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  • I always wanted a toy car that I could drive around.

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  • I would have to think back really far but I can remember there was this big, expensive bike I wanted as a child and though I did get a bike it wasn’t the one I wanted.
    hendymartin1 at yahoo dot com

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  • I wanted a cabbage patch doll.

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  • I tried not to ‘want’ too many things because my mom didn’t always have the money but there was this one snoopy snowcone maker that I use to want but never got.

    AndreaH
    davandihamilton (at) gmail (dot) com

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  • I always wanted an American Girl doll…but we never had the money for them, plus I was already on the older side when they came out so then outgrew them fast…but I still like looking at a catalog. ;-D

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  • I’m sure there were things that I just knew I couldn’t live without, but I was always happy Christmas night.

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  • Not that I can remember. :)

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  • No but I always wanted a horse but did not get one!

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  • ybf Delightful Dips Eyeshadow #giveaway
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  • No but I always wanted a horse but did not get one!

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