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Babycakes Whoopie Pie Maker

$29.99
Overview
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Instruction Manual
A Light and Fluffy Snack

With the Babycakes whoopie pie maker you’ll create delicious, cream-filled whoopie pies right at home. Bake 12 fluffy whoopie pie halves - enough for 6 complete whoopie pies - in just a few minutes. Add your favorite flavored filling, sprinkle on some powdered sugar, and you’ll be enjoying delightfully sweet whoopie pies in no time! The non-stick coating makes baking and clean up fun and easy. The Babycakes whoopie pie maker comes complete with all the accessories you need to bake and fill whoopie pies. The manual includes a variety of tips and recipes that will help you get the most out of this great product. The whoopie pie maker features power and ready lights, convenient cord wrap, latching handle and it comes with a convenient wire cooling rack.

Accessories Included:

  • Fork Tool
  • Wire Cooling Rack
  • 10” Icing Bag with Coupler
  • Stainless Steel Filling Tip (#12)

Item Dimensions (when closed):
11.4” x 12.6” x 4.7” (L x D x H)

Item Dimensions (when open):
11.4” x 15.4” x 13.5” (L x D x H)

Item Weight: 6.2 lbs

Gift Box Dimensions:
12.4” x 5.2” x 13.38” (L x D x H)

Availability: Out of stock
Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5 (based on 27 reviews)

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1 out of 5
Alla
Doesn't cook well, come out ugly, waste of money
I got one of these at Kohls for 25$ or so and used it two times but these are so hard to make (and I cook/bake everything daily for my family). They come out ugly, not even and just plain not appetizing look to summarize. I would say, don't even waste money, it's been sitting in the box for two years now I think. I wish I returned it back then and put that money in a better use.
3 out of 5
Hannah
Um..
It gets VERY hot and the recommendation for the amount of batter was 1 tsp. but that was not enough at all. Getting it into the machine was very sloppy and messy. The whoopie pies cooked well though.
4 out of 5
Natty
Great but not awesome
I found this machine at Marshall's for seven bucks!!!! The box was open already but it look like the maker wasn't used so I went ahead and got it. After reading these reviews the only thing I'm missing in the box is the mix. Anyhow... It heated fine - no issue with that, I've borrowed my sister mini cupcake machine and that got so hot I had to use a oven mitt! I just wish it didn't brown the mint green cake mix I used, and it seems as if its gonna brown all light color mixs:( My husband and son didn't mind the browning however. But next time ill just do dark colored mixes! Maybe Dutch chocolate with chocolate chips and a chocolate filling, maybe a red velvet... Which no one in my family are fans of. It's great for the price and I'm happy I got it!
5 out of 5
Daphne
Easy and delicious!
I got this for Christmas yesterday and today at our Christmas party I made some chocolate whoopie pies. They where amazing!! It was also super easy to use. The only problem I found was that is you put too much batter into the wells it would not cook completely so you have to be careful about that. Other that that, it's perfect!!
3 out of 5
Crystal
Yummy results, but not without a headache!
I scored this machine for 10 bucks at TJ Max! Turned out really yummy, but a pain to get the batter in the machine. Piping it in made it easier, but the bag they give you is not big enough for all the batter and I made a huge mess and waste of batter. I am going to try a cookie scoop next time.
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