Homemade Easy Bake Oven Recipes

Posted on: Tue, 05/14/2002 - 2:45am
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pThere have been a few questions about the safety (cross-contamination-wise) of the pre-packaged mixes that come with Easy Bake Ovens. I got this fantastic list from another parenting site I belong to and I thought it would be useful here. I scanned the list quickly for peanut/nut recipes and didn't see any, but if any are posted, please know it was accidental, LOL!/p
pEnjoy!/p
pCarolyn/p
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pEasy Bake Oven Recipes /p
pChildren's Chocolate Cake Mix /p
p1 cup sugarbr /
3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powderbr /
1 1/2 cups all-purpose flourbr /
1 teaspoon baking sodabr /
1/2 teaspoon saltbr /
1/3 cup vegetable shortening/p
pIn a medium bowl, combine sugar, cocoa powder, flour, baking soda and salt. Stir with a wire whisk until blended. With a pastry blender, cut in shortening until evenly distributed and mixture resembles corn meal. Spoon about 1/3 cup of the mixture into each of 11 small containers with tight fitting lids or ziplock bags. Seal containers. Label with date and contents. Store in a cool dry place. Use within 12 weeks. Makes 11 packages of Children's Chocolate Cake Mix for Easybake style oven. /p
pTo Use:br /
1 package cake mixbr /
4 tsp. water./p
pMix together and stir with a fork or spoon until blended and smooth. Pour mixture into greased and floured 4 inch round miniature baking pan. Follow directions for child's oven, or bake in mom's preheated 375* oven for 12 to 13 minutes. Remove from oven and cool in pan on a rack for 5 minutes. Invert onto a small plate and remove pan. When cool, frost with Children's Chocolate Frosting. Serves 2 children.br /
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Children's Chocolate Frosting/p
p2 cups icing sugar -- siftedbr /
3 tablespoons instant nonfat milk powderbr /
1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powderbr /
6 tablespoons vegetable shortening/p
pIn a medium bowl, combine icing sugar, milk powder and cocoa powder. (Sift cocoa if lumpy.) With a pastry blender, cut in he shortening. Spoon about 1/3 cup of mixture into each of 9 small containers or ziplock bags and seal tightly. Label with date and contents. Store in a cool dry place. Use within 12 weeks. Makes 9 packages of Children's Chocolate Frosting. /p
pTo Use:br /
1 pkg. Children's Chocolate Frosting mixbr /
3/4 tsp. water/p
pIn a small bowl, combine frosting mix and water. Stir with a spoon until smooth. Makes about 1/4 cup.br /
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Children's Cookie Mix/p
p1 1/2 cups quick-cooking oatsbr /
3/4 cup all-purpose flourbr /
1/4 teaspoon baking sodabr /
3/4 cup brown sugar -- packedbr /
1/2 cup vegetable shortening/p
pIn a medium bowl, combine oats, flour, baking soda and brown sugar. Stir to blend. Cut in shortening with a pastry blender until mixture resembles corn meal. Spoon about 1/2 cup mixture into each of 8 small containers or ziplock bags. Seal bags tightly. Label with date and contents. Store in a cool dry place. Use within 12 weeks. Makes 8 packages of Children's Cookie Mix. Each package makes 9 cookies. /p
pTo Use:br /
Raisin Chocolate Chip Cookies/p
p1 package Children's Cookie Mixbr /
2 teaspoons waterbr /
1 tablespoon raisinsbr /
1 tablespoon mini semi sweet chocolate chipsbr /
sugar /p
pPreheat mom's oven to 350*, or follow directions for Easybake oven for baking cookies. /p
pIn a small bowl, combine cookie mix, water, raisins and chocolate chips. Stir with a spoon until mixture holds together in one big ball. Shape one teaspoon of dough at a time into a ball. Arrange on an ungreased cookie sheet. Butter bottom of a small drinking glass. Dip buttered glass bottom in sugar. Flatten each ball by pressing with sugarcoated glass. Bake 10 to 12 minutes in mom's oven or as directed in Easybake oven. Remove from oven. Cool on a rack. Each package of mix makes about 9 cookies.br /
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Children's Lemon or White Cake Mix for Children's Oven/p
p1 cup sugarbr /
1 1/2 cups all-purpose flourbr /
1 teaspoon baking sodabr /
1/2 teaspoon saltbr /
1 teaspoon lemon-flavored unsweetened drink powder -- like Kool-Aidbr /
1/3 cup vegetable shortening/p
pIn a medium bowl, combine sugar, flour, baking soda, salt and drink powder. Stir with a wire whisk until blended. With a pastry blender, cut in shortening until evenly distributed and mixture resembles corn meal. Spoon about 1/3 cup mixture into each of 10 small containers or ziplock bags. Seal bags tightly. Label with date and contents. Store in a cool dry place. Use within 12 weeks. Makes 10 packages Children's Lemon Cake Mix. /p
pTo Use:br /
1 pkg. Children's Lemon Cake Mixbr /
4 teaspoons water/p
pPreheat mom's oven to 375*. If using an Easybake oven, follow directions for baking cakes. /p
pGrease and flour a 4 inch miniature cake pan. In a small bowl, combine cake mix and water. Stir with a fork or spoon until blended and smooth. Pour mixture into prepared pan. Bake 12 to 13 minutes in mom's oven or as directed in play oven. Remove from oven. Cool in pan on rack for 5 minutes. Invert cake onto a small plate. Remove pan. When cool, frost with Children's White Frosting if desired. Serves 2 children. /p
pNOTES: Any flavor of Kool-Aid powder can be used for a wide variety of flavors. For a white cake mix, omit the powder. If you like, a drop or two of vanilla may be added at the time the cake is prepared.br /
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Children's White Frosting Mix /p
p2 cups icing sugar -- siftedbr /
3 tablespoons instant nonfat milk powderbr /
6 tablespoons vegetable shortening/p
pIn a medium bowl, combine icing sugar and milk powder. Stir with a wire whisk to blend. With a pastry blender, cut in shortening. Spoon about 1/3 cup mixture into each of 8 small containers or ziplock bags. Seal bags tightly. Label with date and contents. Store in a cool dry place. Use within 12 weeks. Makes 8 packages of Children's White Frosting Mix. /p
pTo Use:br /
1 pkg. Children's White Frosting mix 3/4 teaspoon water /p
pIn a small bowl, combine mix and water. Stir well with a spoon until smooth and creamy. Makes about 1/4 cup frosting. A drop or two of vanilla may be added if desired.br /
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Children's Lemon Cake Mix:/p
p1 c. sugar,br /
1 1/2 c. flour,br /
1t. baking soda,br /
1/2t. salt, 1t. lemon Kool-Aid,br /
1/3 c. vegetable shortening.br /
Combine dry ingredients. Cut in shortening. Spoon 1/4 mixture into about 12 sandwich bags. I then put all the little bags into a freezer bag. Zip it up and store it on the shelf in the pantry. It will keep for about 6 months. /p
pTo have your little one make a cake:br /
Mix 1 package of mix with 1 tablespoon of water. Stir well until smooth. Bake in greased pan in easy bake oven until slightly brown. /p
pChild's Chocolate Cake Mix All ingredients are the same except replace the 1t. lemon Kool-Aid with 3 Tablespoons of baking cocoa (the unsweetened kind) /p
pWhite Frosting Mix /p
p2 cups powdered sugar -- sifted /p
p3 tablespoons instant nonfat milk powder 6 tablespoons vegetable shorteningbr /
In a medium bowl, combine powdered sugar and milk powder. Stir with a wire whisk to blend. With a pastry blender cut in shortening. Spoon about 1/3 cup of mixture into each of 8 small bags. Seal tightly. Makes 8 packages. For chocolate frosting, add 1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa. /p
pTo use: Combine 1 package of the above mix plus 3/4 teaspoon water in a small bowl. Stir well with a spoon until smooth and creamy. Makes about 1/4 cup frosting. A drop or two of vanilla may be added if desired. /p
pBrownies /p
p2 1/2 T. sugar /p
p1 t. oil /p
p1/8 t. vanilla extract /p
p4 t. chocolate syrup /p
p2 1/2 T. flourbr /
Sir together sugar, oil, vanilla, chocolate and flour until the batter is smooth. Pour batter into greased and floured pan. Bake 15 minutes. /p
pChocolate Cake /p
p6 teaspoons flour /p
p4 teaspoons sugar /p
p1/4 teaspoon baking powder /p
p1 teaspoon unsweetened cocoa /p
p3/4 teaspoon shortening /p
p1 pinch salt /p
p6 teaspoons milkbr /
Mix together the flour, sugar, baking powder, cocoa, shortening and salt. Add milk and stir until smooth. Pour into greased baking pan that comes with the toy oven. Bake for 12 to15 minutes. If you want white cake, omit the cocoa and add a drop or two of vanilla with the milk. Makes 1 serving. /p
pQuick Cake /p
p2 tablespoons commercial cake mix -- such as Jiffy 1 tablespoon waterbr /
Mix cake mix and water. Place in greased toy cake pan. Bake for 10 minutes. Makes 1 serving/p
pToy Oven Chocolate Cake/p
p6 teaspoons flourbr /
4 teaspoons sugarbr /
1/4 teaspoon baking powderbr /
1 teaspoon unsweetened cocoabr /
3/4 teaspoon shorteningbr /
Pinch of saltbr /
6 teaspoons milkbr /
Mix flour, sugar, baking powder, cocoa,br /
shortening and salt. Add milk. Pour into greasedbr /
baking pan that comes with the toy oven.br /
Bake for 12 to 15 minutes. /p
pNote: If you don't want a chocolate cake, omit thebr /
cocoa and add a drop or two of vanilla with the milk. /p
pMakes 1 serving. /p
pPer serving: fats: 5 grams (26% of calories)br /
calories: 175 cholesterol: 4 milligrams carbohydrate:br /
32 grams protein: 3 grams sodium: 602 milligrams /p
pCrazy Cake for a Toy Oven/p
p4 1/2 teaspoons flourbr /
3 teaspoons sugarbr /
1/4 teaspoon cocoabr /
1/8 teaspoon baking powderbr /
Dash saltbr /
1/8 teaspoon vanillabr /
1/8 teaspoon vinegarbr /
1 1/2 teaspoons vegetable oilbr /
Mix together flour, sugar, cocoa, baking powderbr /
and salt. Add vanilla, vinegar and vegetable oil. Placebr /
in a greased toy cake pan. Pour 1 tablespoon ofbr /
water over batter. Mix lightly with a fork but do notbr /
beat.br /
Bake 10 minutes. /p
pMakes 1 serving./p
pToy Oven Biscuits/p
p1/4 cup commercial biscuit mixbr /
4 teaspoons milkbr /
Combine biscuit mix and milk with a fork. Drop bybr /
half-teaspoonfuls onto a well greased pan. Bake 10br /
minutes. /p
pMakes 8 servings./p
pQuick Toy Oven Cake/p
p2 tablespoons commercial cake mix, such as Jiffy/p
pMix cake mix and 1 tablespoon water (use onlybr /
enough to make a cake batter consistency). Place inbr /
greased toy cake pan.br /
Bake for 10 minutes. /p
pMakes 1 serving. /p
pEasy Bake KEN DEEP DISH PIZZA (1) /p
p2 tb All-purpose flourbr /
1/8 ts Baking powderbr /
1 ds Saltbr /
1 ts Margarinebr /
2 1/4 ts Milkbr /
1 tb Pizza saucebr /
1 1/2 tb Shredded mozzarella cheesebr /
= /p
pStir together flour, baking powder, salt and margarine until doughbr /
looks like medium-sized crumbs. Slowly add milk while stirring.br /
Shape dough into a ball and place into a greased pan. Use yourbr /
fingers to pat the dough evenly over the bottom of the pan, then upbr /
the sides. Pour the sauce evenly over the dough, then sprinkle withbr /
the cheese. Bake 20 mins. Remove. Makes 1 pizza. Valerie via MM /p
pChildren's Lemon or White Cake Mix for Childrens Oven (10)br /
Recipe By : Eliason, Harward, and Westover /p
p1 cup sugarbr /
1 1/2 cups all-purpose flourbr /
1 teaspoon baking sodabr /
1/2 teaspoon saltbr /
1 teaspoon lemon flavored unsweetened drink powder -- (like Kool-Aid)br /
1/3 cup vegetable shortening /p
pIn a medium bowl, combine sugar, flour, baking soda, salt, and drinkbr /
powder. Stir with a wire whisk until blended. With a pastry blender, cutbr /
in shortening until evenly distributed and mixture resembles corn meal.br /
Spoon about 1/3 cup of mix into each of 10 small containers or ziplockbr /
bags. Seal containers tightly. Label with date and contents. Store in abr /
cool dry place. Use within 12 weeks. Makes 10 packages Children's Lemon Cake Mix. /p
pTo use: /p
p1 pkg. Children's Lemon Cake Mixbr /
4 teaspoons water = /p
pPreheat mom's oven to 375=B0f. If using child's play oven follow /p
pmanufacturers directions for baking cakes. Grease and flour a 4 inchbr /
miniature cake pan. In a small bowl, Combine /p
pChildren's Lemon Cake Mix and water. Stir with a fork or spoon untilbr /
blended and smooth. Pour mixture into prepared pan. Bake 12 to 13br /
minutes in Mom's oven or as directed in play oven. Remove from oven. /p
pCool in pan on rack for 5 minutes. Invert cake onto a small plate;br /
remove pan. When cool frost with Children's White Frosting if desired.br /
Serves 2 children. /p
pNOTES : It takes no genius to see that ANY flavor of unsweetened drinkbr /
mix powder can be used for a wide variety of flavors. For a White Cakebr /
Mix omit the powder. If you like, a drop or two of vanilla might bebr /
added at the time the cake is prepared. Dianne Larson Ward via MC /p
pEasy Bake Oven Cakebr /
Recipe By : Winnipeg Free Press /p
p3 tablespoons cake mixbr /
1 tablespoon milk /p
pGrease and flour pan. Mix cake mix and milk until smooth. Pour intobr /
pan. Bake in preheated Easy Bake Oven about 15 minutes. Carol Walbergbr /
via recipelu /p
pEasy Bake Oven Chocolate Cakebr /
Recipe By : Winnipeg Free Press /p
p6 tablespoons flourbr /
1/4 teaspoon baking powderbr /
1 teaspoon cocoabr /
3/4 teaspoon shorteningbr /
1 pinch saltbr /
4 teaspoons milk /p
pMix all ingredients well. Bake in Easy Bake Oven for 12 to 14 minutes. /p
pCarol Walberg via recipelu /p
pChildren's Chocolate Cake Mix (for Easy Bake Oven; 11)br /
Recipe By : More Make -A-Mix Cookery by Eliason,Harward and Westover /p
p1 cup sugarbr /
3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powderbr /
1 1/2 cups all-purpose flourbr /
1 teaspoon baking sodabr /
1/2 teaspoon saltbr /
1/3 cup vegetable shortening /p
pIn a medium bowl, combine sugar, cocoa powder, flour, baking soda, andbr /
salt. Stir with a wire whisk until blended. With a pastry blender, cutbr /
in shortening until evenly distributed and mixture resembles corn meal.br /
Spoon about 1/3 cup of the mixture into each of 11 small containersbr /
with tight fitting lids or zip lock bags. Seal containers. Label withbr /
date and contents. Store in a cool dry place. Use within 12 weeks. /p
pMakes 11 packages Children's Chocolate Cake Mix for Easybake style oven. /p
pTo use: To one container of mix add 4 teaspoons water. Stir with abr /
fork or spoon until blended and smooth. Pour mixture into greased andbr /
floured 4 inch round miniature baking pan. Follow directions forbr /
childs oven or bake in mom's preheated 375=B0f oven for 12 to 13br /
minutes. Remove from oven and cool in pan on a rack for 5 minutes.br /
Invert onto a small plate and remove pan. When cool frost withbr /
Children's Chocolate Frosting. if desired.br /
Serves 2 children. Dianne Larson Ward via MC /p
pEasy Bake HAPPY BIRTHDAY BARBIE CAKE /p
p4 ts All-purpose flourbr /
2 ts Cocoabr /
1 tb Sugarbr /
1/8 ts Baking powderbr /
1 ds Saltbr /
1/8 ts Vanilla extractbr /
4 ts Waterbr /
2 ts Vegetable oilbr /
Frosting of your choice /p
pStir together flour, cocoa, sugar, baking powder, salt, vanilla,br /
water and oil. Stir until the batter is smooth and chocolatebr /
colored. Pour the batter into greased and floured cake pan. Bake 13br /
to 15 mins. or until you see the sides of the cake separate from thebr /
pan. Remove cake and cool. Makes 1 layer cake. Valerie via MM /p
pEasy Bake BARBIE PRETTY PINK CAKE (2 layers) /p
p5 tb Cake flourbr /
1/4 ts Baking powderbr /
1/8 ts Saltbr /
5 ts Red sugar crystalsbr /
1/4 ts Vanilla extractbr /
4 ts Vegetable oilbr /
8 ts Milk /p
pStir together cake flour, baking powder, salt, red sugar, vanilla,br /
oil and milk until the batter is smooth and pink. Pour 3 TBS. ofbr /
batter into greased and floured cake pan. Bake 15 mins. Repeat forbr /
second layer. Makes 2 layers. Valerie via MM /p
pEasy Bake KIRA JEWELED TEA CAKES (4) /p
p1/4 c All-purpose flourbr /
1/4 ts Baking powderbr /
1/8 ts Saltbr /
2 ts Sugarbr /
2 ts Margarinebr /
4 ts Milk /p
p1 ts multi-colored cookie decorations /p
pMash together flour, baking powder, salt, sugar and margarine untilbr /
dough looks like medium-sized crumbs. Slowly mix in the milk. Formbr /
dough into a loose ball and divide it into 4 pieces with a spoon.br /
Place a few dough pieces on greased sheet or pan. Sprinkle withbr /
cookie decorations over the top of the dough and push them in withbr /
your fingers. Bake 20 minutes. Makes 4 tea cakes. Valerie via MM /p
pChildren's Chocolate Frosting (9)br /
Recipe By : More Make-a-Mix Cookery by Eliason, Harward, andbr /
Westover /p
p2 cups powdered sugar -- siftedbr /
3 tablespoons instant nonfat milk powderbr /
1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powderbr /
6 tablespoons vegetable shortening /p
pIn a medium bowl, combine powdered sugar, milk powder and cocoa powder.br /
(Sift cocoa if lumpy.) With a pastry blender, cut in the shortening.br /
Spoon about 1/3 cup of mixture into each of 9 small containers orbr /
ziplock bags and seal tightly. Label with date and contents. Sore in abr /
cool dry place. Use within 12 weeks. Makes 9 packages Children's = /p
pChocolate Frosting.br /
To use: Combine 1 pkg. Children's Chocolate Frosting Mix and 3/4br /
teaspoon water. Stir with a spoon until smooth. Makes about 1/4 cup.br /
Dianne Larson Ward via MC /p
pChildren's White Frosting Mix (8)br /
Recipe By : More Make-A-Mix Cookery by Eliason, Harward, and Westover /p
p2 cups powdered sugar -- siftedbr /
3 tablespoons instant nonfat milk powderbr /
6 tablespoons vegetable shortening /p
pIn a medium bowl, combine powdered sugar and milk powder. Stir with abr /
wire whisk to blend. With a pastry blender, cut in shortening. Spoonbr /
about 1/3 cup of mixture into each of 8 small containers or ziplockbr /
bags. Seat tightly. Label with date and contents. Store in a cool drybr /
place. Use within 12 weeks. Makes 8 packages Childrens White Frostingbr /
Mix. /p
pTo use:br /
1 package Children's White Frosting Mixbr /
3/4 teaspoon water /p
pIn a small bowl combine one package mix and water. Stir well with abr /
spoon until smooth and creamy. Makes about 1/4 cup frosting. A drop orbr /
two of vanilla may be added if desired. Dianne Larson Ward via MC /p
pEasy Bake PINK SPARKLES FROSTING (for 2 cakes) /p
p4 ts Shorteningbr /
2/3 c Powdered sugarbr /
1/4 ts Vanillabr /
2 ts Milkbr /
Colored sugar crystals for decoration /p
pStir together shortening, powdered sugar, vanilla and milk untilbr /
smooth and creamy. Spread 2 tsp. of frosting on top of 1st layer.br /
Add 2nd layer and continue frosting. Sprinkle with colored crystalbr /
sugars. Frosts a 2 layer cake. Valerie via MM /p
pEasy Bake TERESA FAVORITE BROWNIES (6 wedges) /p
p2 1/2 tb Sugarbr /
1 ts Oilbr /
1/8 ts Vanilla extractbr /
4 ts Chocolate syrupbr /
2 tb Plusbr /
1 ts Flour /p
pSir together sugar, oil, vanilla, chocolate and flour until thebr /
batter is smooth and chocolate colored. Pour batter into greased andbr /
floured pan. Bake 15 minutes. When cool, cut them into wedges orbr /
little squares. Makes 6 wedges or 1/2 inch squares. Valerie via MMbr /
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pEasy Bake SKIPPER THUMB PRINT COOKIES (12) /p
p1 tb Powdered sugarbr /
2 tb Margarinebr /
1/4 ts Vanilla extractbr /
1/2 ts Waterbr /
1/4 c All-purpose flourbr /
Your favorite jelly /p
pStir together powdered sugar, margarine, vanilla, water and flourbr /
until the flour disappears. Roll the dough between your fingers andbr /
make 12 small balls, 1/2 inch each. Place a few balls at a time onbr /
an ungreased sheet or pan with space between them. Press your thumbbr /
into the middle of each ball to make a thumb print. Bake 10 to 12br /
minutes, then remove. Repeat until all the cookies are baked. Whenbr /
the cookies are cool, fill each thumb print with jelly. Makes 12br /
cookies. Valerie via MM /p
pEASY BAKE OVEN ANGEL COOKIES /p
p6 teaspoons butterbr /
3 teaspoons sugar /p
p3 teaspoons brown sugar /p
ppinch of saltbr /
1/4 c flourbr /
1/8 tsp cream of tartarbr /
1/8 tsp baking soda /p
pCream together butter, sugars and salt. Add flour, cream of tartar, andbr /
baking soda. Bake 5 minutes. Makes one dozen one-inch cookies. Myrabr /
Shinkman via rec.food.cooking /p
pChildren's Cookie Mix (8)br /
Recipe By : More Make-A-Mix Cookery by Eliason, Harward, and = /p
pWestover /p
p1 1/2 cups quick-cooking oatsbr /
3/4 cup all-purpose flourbr /
1/4 teaspoon baking sodabr /
3/4 cup brown sugar -- packedbr /
1/2 cup vegetable shortening /p
pIn a medium bowl, combine oats, flour, baking soda and brown sugar. Stirbr /
to Blend. Cut in shortening with a pastry blender until mixturebr /
resembles corn meal. Spoon about 1/2 cup mixture into each of 8 smallbr /
containers or ziplock bags. Seal bags tightly. Label with date andbr /
contents. Store in a cool dry place. Use within 12 weeks. Makes 8br /
packages Children's Cookie Mix. Each package makes 9 cookies. Use tobr /
make: /p
pRAISIN CHIP COOKIES /p
p1 package Children's cookie mixbr /
2 teaspoons waterbr /
1 tablespoon raisinsbr /
1 tablespoon mini semi-sweet chocolate morselsbr /
sugar /p
pPreheat Mom's oven to 350=B0f. If using a child's play oven followbr /
manufacturers directions for baking cookies. /p
pIn a small bowl, combine Children's Cookie Mix, water, raisins, andbr /
chocolate morsels. Stir with a spoon until mixture holds together inbr /
one big ball. Shape one teaspoon of dough at a time into a ball. Arrangebr /
on ungreased cookie sheet. Butter bottom of a small drinking glass. Dipbr /
buttered glass bottom in sugar. Flatten each ball by pressing with sugarbr /
coated glass. Bake 10 to 12 minutes in mom's oven or as directed inbr /
childs play oven. Remove from oven. Cool on a rack. Each package of mixbr /
makes about 9 cookies. Dianne Larson Ward via MC /p
pEasy Bake MIDGE SECRET CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES (12) /p
p1 tb Sugarbr /
1 tb Firmly packed brown sugarbr /
2 ts Margarinebr /
1/8 ts Baking powderbr /
1/8 ts Vanilla extractbr /
1 ts Waterbr /
3 tb All-purpose flourbr /
4 ts Semi-sweet chocolate chips /p
pStir together the sugars and margarine. Add the baking soda, vanilla,br /
water and flour, stirring until flour disappears. Mix in thebr /
chocolate chips. Roll the dough between your fingers and make 12br /
small balls, 1/2 in. each. Place a few balls on a greased andbr /
floured sheet or pan with space between them. Bake 10 to 12 mins.br /
Repeat until all the cookies are baked. Makes 12 cookies. Valerie via /p
pEasy Bake CHRISTIE BUTTERSCOTCH CANDY (6) /p
p1/4 c Butterscotch morselsbr /
2 ts Margarine /p
pPut margarine and morsels into the melting pan and place the pan onbr /
the Warm/Melt area top of the oven. Heat for 15 mins. Stir gentlybr /
every 5 minutes. Using a spoon, fill the candy molds with meltedbr /
butterscotch. Place the molds in the refrigerator for 30 mins. orbr /
until firm. Remove from molds. Makes approx. 6 candies--depending onbr /
the mold size./p

Posted on: Tue, 05/14/2002 - 4:24am
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Carolyn,
I just clicked on your homepage and saw your family, beautiful.
Anyway, your husband looks really familiar.
Don't worry, he isn't an ex or anything but I swear I have met him.
It's a Small World after all [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/wink.gif[/img]
actually you look kind of familiar too?
Where did you grow up? Do you know a Brenda Biekx or Haggith? I'm in London, Ontario in case you didn't know.
[This message has been edited by smack (edited May 14, 2002).]

Posted on: Tue, 05/14/2002 - 4:51am
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Hi Syliva
Well, my husband *does* have an ex-wife, but don't worry, I know you're not her, LOL! He's originally from Windsor, but I was born and raised in Midland, where we still live. I used to date a guy from London - he was a MacLennan. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img] Sorry, don't know the folks you mentioned. Thanks for the kind words about my family!
Carolyn

Posted on: Tue, 05/14/2002 - 10:31am
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Thank you for taking the time and trouble to post these recipes. I have such great memories of my "easy bake" years with my mom - it was something I thought I'd have to skip with Syd. You've put new life into something I thought was definately out for us. Many thanks. KC

Posted on: Thu, 12/05/2002 - 10:49pm
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Just reraising these great recipes. My 6 year old dd has an easy bake oven and is also egg allergic, so I usually just give her a little of my mix that I make for a large cake. I am going to make a bunch of these up for her for Christmas. Thank you so much!
Tamie

Posted on: Sun, 11/21/2004 - 6:55am
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Amazing Caleys Mom! I am tickled to find these recipes.
Three Quick questions (if anyone knows)
1) Safe shortening brand name? (Cdn TNA, PNA)
2) Safe margarine brand name? (Cdn TNA, PNA)
3) Could the individual dry mix portions be frozen to extend 'shelf life'?

Posted on: Tue, 11/23/2004 - 1:45am
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Hi Life of Riley (love that name [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/wink.gif[/img] )
I did a quick search of the boards, and there really isn't much info about shortening or lard. And what info I found was a few years old, so I didn't raise it.
I will post a separate question on the *Manufacturer's* forum.
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Regarding the Easy Bake Oven - hee hee - I never knew you could buy little packages. I had a recipe book, and I baked my tiny little cakes from scratch.

Peanut Free Store

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Are you craving sweets? Those with peanut allergies must be especially careful when indulging their...

For those with peanut allergies, baked goods present a serious risk. Many baked goods do not appear to contain peanuts, yet were baked in a...

Those who have peanut allergies know to avoid peanut butter cookies, of course – but what about other...

For anyone who has had a peanut allergy diagnosis, it is necessary to avoid eating peanuts entirely. However,...

Are you looking for peanut-free candies as a special treat for a child with...

Do you know what's in the face paint often used for Halloween costumes, school carnivals, and other events? If you're worried about smearing...

Vegetable oil is healthy before it is hydrogenated and a process that requires adding hydrogen to unsaturated fats. Oils that are often...

Peanut allergies don’t begin to cause problems for people the first time they are exposed to peanuts. Rather, the immune system first develops...

Anxious food allergic kids, understandably concerned about avoiding allergens, can become so restrictive in their food choices that weight loss...

The relationship between anxiety and food or other allergy is a complicated and puzzling one. Research has shown that stress can exacerbate...

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If you have a food allergy, you will probably need to make some changes to your diet...

When love is in the air we can get caught up in the moment and throw caution to the wind. However, if you have a...

Just 30 seconds of mindfulness, of quieting our thoughts by being attentive to the present moment, can help manage stress and anxiety.

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Those affected by peanut allergy might have heard about basophil activation tests (BATs), a potentially accurate tool for diagnosing food allergy...

When your child has a food allergy, you want to make sure they are safe in school...

It’s the time of year when holiday parties, and family gatherings can make allergen avoidance more problematic. Whether you celebrate Christmas,...

Food allergies and sensitivities are on the rise. Almost everyone knows someone who has problems with at least one food. The most common food...