|Product Name||175 Best Babycakes Cupcake Maker Recipes: Easy Recipes For Bite-Size Cupcakes, Cheesecakes, Mini Pies And More!|
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|Price New||11.99 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Price Used||0.85 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Width||0.75 inches (convert)|
|Height||10 inches (convert)|
|Length||7 inches (convert)|
|Weight||15.2 ounces (convert)|
|Author||Kathy Moore, Roxanne Wyss|
|Long Description||They may be called "Babycakes," but the results are definitely grown up. The Babycakes™ Cupcake Maker is one of the most popular entries into the small appliance category in recent years. Over one million units of this nifty and charming appliance were sold last year, with the numbers only expected to increase as news, reviews and word spread about this ingenious appliance. The Babycakes™ Cupcake Maker is a stand-alone appliance that sits on the countertop, has a cooking area and closes with a hinged and handled lid. It features a nonstick surface that contains eight compartments for baking cupcakes, muffins, cheesecakes, hand pies and tarts, quiches, scones, pot pies or appetizers. It's hugely efficient -- it can bake eight cupcakes in just five to eight minutes -- so you can begin to understand the huge appeal. It also comes with an icing bag, decorating tips and crust tools to ensure perfect results every time. These deliciously delightful recipes have been created specifically for use in the maker and go from breakfast to bridal showers to after-school snacks and elegant parties. They include: Red velvet cupcakes Cookies and cream cupcakes Pink lemonade cupcakes Black forest cupcakes Mojito tart cupcakes Pumpkin cheesecake Almond raspberry cheesecake Southern pecan pie bliss Coconut cream tart Bacon, egg toast cup Cheesy hash browns Spicy empanadas with three fillings Homestyle pot pies Fresh tomato pizza bites Artichoke tomato bundles. Fun, fast and delicious -- what more could you ask?|
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