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    Hostess Twinkies Bake Set

    This will be my new kitchen toy went it arrives sometime next month!!!

    I ordered it already.
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    You are so bad, and where will you put that! Maybe you can nest it in the brioler pan. Lol good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Auntymimi View Post
    You are so bad, and where will you put that! Maybe you can nest it in the brioler pan. Lol good luck!


    With the other pans, but wrapped in a bubble bag to keep the nonstick coating protected. It's not that big. peobably as long as my keyboard!!
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    Ah, the king of kitchen toys strikes again Does it come with recipes?

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    BDH, I thought you wanted to get rid of some stuff. But I hope this brings you much happiness. What is so funny is these pans have been around forever, but now with the Twinkies decline, Marketing has done a great job in promoting them with the Twinkie name plus an additional pastry bag to entice. AND, they probably jacked up the price. Let us know how many Twinkies you make and if they taste as close to the same as the real ones. There are so many different recipes for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BasilRock View Post
    BDH, I thought you wanted to get rid of some stuff. But I hope this brings you much happiness. What is so funny is these pans have been around forever, but now with the Twinkies decline, Marketing has done a great job in promoting them with the Twinkie name plus an additional pastry bag to entice. AND, they probably jacked up the price. Let us know how many Twinkies you make and if they taste as close to the same as the real ones. There are so many different recipes for them.


    Ok, I will. Yes, I AM getting rid of some stuff. A store that I go to has cupcakes and Twinkies similar to the ones Hostess used to make. I wonder if they are using the original recipes already from Hostess.

    KarenB, yes, there IS a recipe booklet that comes with it. You can also buy the larger Twinkies & variations recipe cookbook at Amazon.

    The Twinkies baking kit is selling big there!!! They also sell the actual Twinkies, but they want $20 for a box of ten Twinkies that used to cost only $4 at the supermarket!!!!!! If you want to buy at least 5 boxes of them, you will be forced to fork up $100 for them!!! What a ripoff!!!!!! That is why I chose to bake them myself, rather than buy them online. They want too much money for them!!!!!!
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    They had deep fried twinkies at the fair, but I never had a chance to try them, the line was stupid long and I didnt know that they wouldn't be there next year. : (

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    Quote Originally Posted by Auntymimi View Post
    They had deep fried twinkies at the fair, but I never had a chance to try them, the line was stupid long and I didnt know that they wouldn't be there next year. : (


    I think that they are featured in the larger Twinkies cookbook.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KarenB View Post


    $169 for a Twinkies Kids' lunch box?!!!!!! Sit right there!!!!!!
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