I am not really a baker – ok, let me rephrase that, “I am not a baker”. But when I got a message from Pop Art to see if I would review the Tasty Baker, I was very intrigued. I remember as a child my next door neighbour always had very cute cookie cutters and other moulds to make eating fun. The Pop Art 5 in 1 Tasty Baker brought me back to those days, and I really want to start baking fun things for my family.
The Pop Art 5 in 1 Tasty Baker is like a griddle that makes pancakes/waffles, brownies, cakes, muffins and breads in 1/3 of the time in some really cute shapes. For review Pop Art 5 in 1 Tasty Baker sent me the standard Tasty Baker which has a heart, block, cat, dog, train, smiley face, and birthday cake shapes. To test out the Tasty Baker, I made some pancakes for DD. There is a little scoop that comes with the Tasty Baker which make pouring the pancake mix into the mould easy. (However, I put blueberries in the mix, so it was a little difficult to get the mix into the smaller spaces like the cats tail – next time I will just make plain pancakes). Once all the mix was in the moulds, I just closed the lid and waited for about 2 minutes. I wanted to see how things were coming along, so I opened the lid – OOPS! Do not open the lid until the pancakes are done cooking. I closed the lid quickly and waited another 8 minutes or so, fortunately, the little shapes were not too damaged. Some had obviously fallen into the wrong moulds after I had first opened it, but they were salvageable – plus DD is still way too young to even know the difference. The second batch turned out way better after I learned my lesson. I just wanted for about 10 minutes and the pancakes were done. However, this time I forgot to put Pam along the griddle so each one of the pieces were a little bit hard to get out, but eventually they did. The heart and smiley face are the easiest ones to get out. The small shapes were easy for DD to pick up with her hands, and she ate all her pancakes.
The Pop Art 5 in 1 Tasty Baker is also very easy to clean. I just had to run it under water and used the little brushes that comes with the package, and the griddle came clean very easily – this is VERY important to me. If something takes a lot of time to clean up, I will not use it.
There are many recipes that are available on the Pop Art Toaster website as well. There are some great ones like brownie Sundays (which I want to try next) and strawberry shortcakes. I am excited to use the Pop Art 5 in 1 Tasty Baker when DD is a little bit older and can appreciate the shapes and designs, for now I like the small size shapes which makes it easy for DD to eat.
Pop Art Toaster also carries toasters which can make images and words onto your toast, and they even markers which can colour on toast. Pop Art Toaster also has a Disney line that includes Princess and Mickey in both the Tasty Baker and the toaster.
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