WE HAVE A WINNER!!!
Congratulations Laurette!! You won the Babycakes Cupcake Maker along with the Babycakes Cookbook of 175 recipes!! Please contact me at cookbookqueenblog (at) gmail (dot) com within 36 hours to claim your prize!!
Thanks so much to everyone who entered. Enjoy your holiday!!
When I was a kid, I was basically obsessed with the Jetsons.
Especially Judy. WHITE HAIR?? How did she pull it off? And more importantly, why did I want white hair too??
Remember how all they had to do was push a few buttons on a machine and then a door opened and food came out?
Yeah, I pretty much thought those would exist by now. I mean…I’m 32. No conveyor belts…(I still have to WALK everywhere–ugh), no machine that puts my make up on for me…(blah– fixing my face is a chore) and still no food machine.
What’s the hold up? It’s in the 2000′s PEOPLE!!
But it turns out we’re in luck. Because a couple of weeks ago, this super adorable and futuristic-ish machine came to my door.
And it was pink and makes cupcakes. I died from cuteness.
It’s the Babycakes Cupcake Maker and it’s one fabulous invention. I would know. I’m practically a world famous inventor myself.
And see what I mean about futuristic? Only 5-8 minutes until baked and ready to eat. That’s practically nothing!! You know what I can do in five minutes? Nothing. Except bake cupcakes in my Babycakes.
This cute little machine comes with a piping bag, 4 tips, a recipe booklet, and a pie crust tool.
So along with cupcakes, you can also use the Babycakes Cupcake Maker to bake little individual pies. I think that’s one of my favorite things about it!! Little pies are just better than normal pies. You know they are.
But guess what else was arrived in the mail?
The Babycakes Cupcake Maker Cookbook, which has 175 fun recipes to make using the Babycakes machine. These recipes vary from sweet cupcakes and mini pies to savory appetizers. I was a fan of the pretty pink Cherry Cupcakes pictured above.
I even saw in my booklet that you can make little toast cups in the machine using pieces of bread. Just toast them up in the Babycakes and fill with sloppy joe filling or meat and you have a cute finger food.
I decided to whip up some yellow cupcakes using my new Babycakes. I used my favorite cake mix and spooned a large spoonful into each tin. I used special Babycakes liners for half (they don’t come with the machine but you can order them HERE) and made the other half without liners to see how they held up.
About 6 minutes later, they were done!! The ones that weren’t in liners removed easily from the pans, no biggie.
I frosted mine with canned chocolate frosting (if canned chocolate frosting is wrong, I don’t wanna be right), garnished with sprinkles and they were ready!! So quick and easy peasy. Jon David was so excited to see the cute cupcakes waiting on a plate when he got home from school.
Then we ate them and pretended to be robots. It was fun.
Do you want to make cute little treats and pretend to be a robot? Well guess what?
Want to know how to enter? Leave a comment letting me know if what you will do with the machine. Give it as a Christmas gift? Use it to make little pies for a holiday party? Make cupcakes with your kids? I’d love to hear your ideas!!
If you’d like a second BONUS entry, read carefully:
Go “Like” the Plugged Into Cooking Facebook Page HERE and leave a comment on THIS BLOG (not my facebook page) letting me know. It’s important that you do this correctly because I pull entries from the comment section of this blog ONLY and I don’t want you to miss out. This is a second entry ONLY and is not required.
This contest is open to US residents only. I will be taking entries until 11:59 pm on Monday Nov 21. The winner will be announced Tuesday morning the 22nd. If I cannot reach you by email after 36 hours, I will draw a new winner.
Oh and in case you’re curious…I’ve named my Babycakes “Pippa”. YESIMROYALOBSESSEDSO???
For those of you interested in purchasing a Babycakes Cupcake Maker, you can buy them and the cookbook at Kohl’s. Other retailers such as Bed Bath and Beyond and book stores may have them, be able to order them, or have them on their website for online ordering.
I look forward to reading your entries. Good luck, guys!!
**I was provided with the Babycakes Cupcake Maker and Cookbook free of charge for review. All opinions and robot acting are my own.