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Your Child Will Be the "Ace of Cakes" with the Easy-Bake Deluxe Delights

by Suzanne Kantra on March 09, 2010

When I first saw the plate of mini cakes and cookies that had been created with Hasbro's Easy-Bake Deluxe Delights Cake & Cookie Kit, I thought that they had been made from Play-Doh. The bright colors, exquisitely stamped designs and cute rolling pin all pointed in that direction.

I soon found out, though, that all the confections were in fact edible. They were baked in a regular microwave oven and then decorated with fondant using the Deluxe Delight's Cake & Cookie kit's kid-sized tools.

Hasbro Easy-Bake Deluxe DelightsThe Hasbro Easy-Bake Deluxe Delights kit ($30) includes a microwave container and lid, rolling pin, measuring spoons, cake pan, four cookie cutters, fondant mold, fondant stamper, embossing plate and enough mixes to create six decorated cakes and seven cookies.

Get your child practicing now and maybe you'll save some money on that cake when their wedding day rolls around! For ages 8+. Available this Fall.


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From Jenn on March 10, 2010 :: 9:51 am

Fancy and exciting! I love creative products for kids. But I’m wondering how it tastes?



From Suzanne Kantra on March 10, 2010 :: 3:44 pm

I didn’t get to try them at Toy Fair. They just had pre-made samples. They should be in line, though, with the other Easy-Bake products, which are certainly edible, if not gourmet.



From JSM on January 05, 2011 :: 9:54 am

I thought those were inedible, too, at first glance. Does this mean my kids could make their own cupcakes for class parties? Score!



From ShirleyTemple on April 30, 2012 :: 11:59 am

Yes JENN, i have the same question smile They look adorable though and I would love for my daughter to experiment with some kid-friendly tools.  I only wonder is it made of stable materials?


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