Easy-Bake Modern Easy-Bake Oven
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This current day Easy-Bake Oven uses regular 110 V.
electricity with a 100 Watts light bulb. An instruction
book with recipies is included. All parts are included.
14" high 12 1/2" long, 7" wide.
Manufacturer's age: 8 years and up
Box Size (in inches): 16.1 x 8.4 x 9.6
Shipping weight: 4.55 pounds.

  • in 1966, you could make bubble gum in the
    EASY-BAKE Oven
  • you've always been able to see your treats bake
  • the original 1963 oven could be bought at retail
    in the US for $15.95
  • the EASY-BAKE Oven has always featured colors
    that keep in style with the times
  • the EASY-BAKE brand partners with some of the
    best names in the 'treats' business, including
    M&M's and OREO

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about EASY-BAKE products. Send us your story, and
maybe you'll find it posted on this site in the future!

P.O. Box 1059
Pawtucket, RI 02862-1059

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Check out the History
of Easy-Bake
with the links Below!
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1963 Aqua 1963 Yellow 1965 Green 1973 Red 1973 Green 1979 White
Betty Crocker
Betty Crocker
Betty Crocker



"I am 37 years old and still have my Easy-Bake oven. I even have some cake mixes left. My girls are amazed that I have kept it for so long in its original box! I have wonderful memories and now my children can pass along their memories to their children. The Easy-Bake oven is timeless. By the way, I became a successful pastry chef. Thank you an I wish you continued success for 35 years!!"

"I had the aqua version if the oven, and loved to slide the metal tray in and watch the cake rise through the window. My mom always made a big deal about the lovely desserts I made, and would serve them after dinner. One cake divided among four people barely a forkful, but I felt so proud. I still love to bake today!!"

"I just gave my 5 year old daughter the 1998 Easy-Bake Oven for Christmas and it was her favorite toy. She insists I give her "cooking lessons" with it about 5 times a day and we put it next to my bread machine in the kitchen because they are about the same size. After the cakes are done, we have to have a "milk and cake" party. I had the 1976 edition when I was little and I wanted my daughter to be able to share a great growing up tradition too. Thank you for upholding tradition."

"This was the toy that broke my heart. All my best begging was to no avail. My mother was convinced that I would burn myself on the light bulb, so no Easy Bake for me. I had to be content to watch my neighbor use hers."

"Again, one of the toys that I thought would complete my life, so I BEGGED AND BEGGED for one. My mother procured a hand-me-down from my older cousin. Ummm...I played with it a couple of times, but Mom let me cook with her all the time, so the Easy-Bake seemed sort of a dud. I think we sold it in a garage sale or gave it back or something."

"Easy Back oven was soooooo cool! I got the original one for Christmas and I remember saying, I want to make a pizza first. The family didn't think that was such a good idea first thing in the morning and I baked a cake instead. I don't remember if I ever got extra mixes or not when the original ones ran out but I do remember pretending to cook on the easy back oven with my toy pots and pans....:-)"

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