thewronggrape wrote:Seems to be the same price shipped from a seller at Buy.com, though there's no guarantee you'll get it in time for Christmas.
There's no guarantee you'll get it at all. Did you see their feedback? 22% negative?!? The fact that buy.com still allows them to sell on their site prevents me from buying anything on that site ever.
miken927 wrote:And why's it so pink? Don't boys like to bake?
Have you ever seen what an 8-year old boy will put in a microwave, if given free reign? Did you know that Hot Wheels burst into technocolor flame after a minute of 2.45GHz attention? Try throwing a Taco Bell taco sauce packet into the microwave for a few seconds. Mild, Hot, or Fire Sauce; same results. Definitely one to share with the co-workers in the lunch room.
mrsjrb wrote:any one used one before?
Yes. If you've ever eaten anything cooked in a regular Easy-Bake, and you can still fake a convincing smile, you won't be disappointed. The results are just as overly-sweet and unsavory, but the rewards from proud children far outweigh the gastronomic unpleasantness that comes from food made in a toy factory. Kids, however, will gobble them down.
My 5-year old desperately wants a regular Easy-Bake Oven for Commercialmas, but she's not ready for one. This, on the other hand, is a great deal. We're in for 2.
*Tip: We used Play-Doh implements for lots more fondant and frosting shape options.