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Easy Bake Oven Giveaway on Southern Savers!

When I was a kid, one of my favorite toys was the Easy Bake Oven.  Have you seen Easy Bake Ovens recently?  They’ve really stepped up their game since the 80’s and 90’s and they’re still fun to play with!

Easy Bake Oven has been around for 50 years helping your kids make delicious Easy Bake treats.  Maybe an Easy Bake Oven is what your child needs to realize their passion for cooking (maybe one day they’ll be a Top Chef judge)!  The ovens now are stylish, modern, and a great gift idea for tweens.  They can even start making their own sweet and savory snacks when they have their friends over.  These Easy Bake Ovens feature a heating element similar to a conventional oven that doesn’t require a light bulb like the older models.

The Giveaway:

2 Southern Savers readers will win an Easy Bake Ultimate Oven signed by Gail Simmons, Top Chef judge.

To Enter:

Leave a comment below telling me the first thing you learned to cook.

This giveaway is sponsored by Hasbro, but all opinions are 100% my own.

    • Amanda R

      The first thing I can remember is learning to make mashed potatoes with my Granny :)

    • Miranda

      The first thing I learned to cook was pasta.

    • ahill

      Eggs

    • theaikenparrs

      Chocolate chip cookies using my mom’s award winning recipe!

    • meghan

      pizza quiche

    • Tracy Colley

      brownies (essentially I learned how to crack the eggs)!!

    • Irene

      Peanut butter cookies

    • Cynthia

      Bacon

    • Brenda

      Pizza

    • Cindy

      Learned to make scrambled eggs!

    • Lisa

      Pancakes

    • Lynda Potter

      eggs

    • Anna

      Brownies with my mom :)

    • Kasey

      Buttered toast! Seemed so intriguing at the time

    • Susan

      Eggs, I think. : )

    • Amy

      Definitely spritz cookies. Still love them!

    • anu

      The first thing I learned to cook was rice! Now my daughter who tirns 8 next week is having a chef bday party and is learning to cook pizza!!!

    • katiesperk

      Scrambled eggs!

    • lucysullivan

      blueberry pancakes!

    • David M.

      Grilled cheese sandwhich.

    • carol

      eggs

    • Michal Senora Naugle

      Chocolate chip peanut butter cookies

    • Jenny Coleman

      Kraft Macaroni and Cheese

    • Becky S

      A cake shaped like Australia for a history project. :)

    • Penny E

      a cake in a Easy Bake oven

    • noel

      I learned to make blueberry muffins

    • Janice

      Chocolate Cake

    • Brittany Parker

      Probably spaghetti. But baked….brownies :)

    • jannab

      mmmmm…. cake was so easy

    • ashley

      rice a roni

    • marcie

      Definitely waffles with my dad, we used to add chocolate chips

    • esyke623

      Chicken and rice! I always wanted an easy bake oven– even as an adult, I always look at them. Haha

    • Beth

      Love to make pancakes, even to this day it’s my fave thing to make, reminds me of long weekends

    • Name

      My mom taught me how to make pancakes

    • Bill

      French toast and scrambled eggs, I used to make breakfast for my dad and brothers

    • Melissa

      Maybe chocolate chip cookies…I’ve always had a sweet tooth :)

    • Tammy

      Biscuits

    • Sherri

      Scrambled eggs and toast

    • Melisa

      Haha salt dough Christmas decorations

    • Heidi

      Grilled cheese sandwiches.

    • Katy

      Brownies

    • emily

      sugar cookies :)

    • wells2013

      Saturday Morning Pancakes with my dad at age 4!

    • Helema Hurst

      My mom helped me make peanut butter cookies.

    • Shaundra

      The first thing I learned to cook/bake was a cake. My mom baked cakes and pies all the time : )

    • Stephanie Easterling

      The first thing that I learn how to cook was Hot Dogs on the grill. My Dad would let me help him cook things on the grill.

    • sandra

      My first thing was scrambled eggs.

    • keith

      The first thing I learned to cook was hot dogs.

    • Jean Thompson

      The first thing I learned to cook was a cake.

    • anntaylor

      The first thing I learned to cook was chocolate chip cookies.

    • Amanda G

      Chocolate chip cookies

    • babs in bama

      My first cooking experience was a cake – and I got to lick the bowl!

    • Barbara

      choc chip cookies

    • Candace M

      My first dish was spagetti

    • Malaika

      The first thing I learned to cook was my Yia Yia’s (grandmother’s) Greek Avgolemono soup. It is surprisingly easy and has been a staple in my family since before I can remember.

    • Mel

      chocolate chip cookies

    • conni

      chocolate chip cookies!

    • Tracie Wark Gilbert

      The first thing I learned to cook was a Texas sheet cake. I was probably 8-9 and would make it all the time for my mom’s Bible study group.

    • smel111

      Taco meat.

    • Rachel

      Christmas cookies

    • Tracie

      The first thing I ever learned to make was a cake. My grandparents would help me mix all of the ingredients and then we would pour it into the pan. We would let it cook and then get it out of the oven and let it cool down. Finally, we would ice the cake!

    • Sue H

      Honestly cake in an easy bake then to the oven.

    • Lindy

      scrambled eggs in the microwave :)

    • Nicholl Rich

      Tollhouse chocolate chip cookies with my Mama.

    • Alison robertson

      Soup! I’m the queen of all things soup ;)

    • Jean

      I did cake in my easy bake oven back in the 1960’s

    • carrell

      i remember using my easy bake oven to make chocolate cakes (with icing) and giving them to my brothers! loved that thing! would love for my daughter to have one!

    • beth dunlavy hoppe

      I learned how to bake a cake for my parents anniversary.

    • sheenadavis

      Sugar cookies

    • emileee

      The first thing I remember cooking was toast (does that count?)

    • kallico1231

      Cookies with my mama

    • kc

      does spaghetti count?

    • steph

      eggies…and it’s now my son’s fave :)

    • Christine Moore

      Cake in my easy bake oven!

    • kristin smith

      I would make the sugar cookies and add sprinkles to it. Me and my niece made them all the time when she was younger.

    • Abby Schiera

      I made the chocolate cake with frosting! I remember cooking with my older sister.

    • Jodie Rector

      The first thing I can remember is cup cakes

    • Faye Stewart

      I learned to bake oatmeal cookies and brownies in 4H club, when I was in 5th grade. I never had an Easy Bake Oven. I ask for one last CHRISTmas, I didn’t get one. I have 2 GRAND daughters. I would love to win one of these.

    • JulsB20

      The first thing I remember cooking was Kraft Macaroni & Cheese for myself

    • Kelsey Latozke

      Mac & Cheese! However, I used the top of a double boiler, and didn’t realize it until the bottle had flames on it and the stove burner had a few flames under it. Then that lead to burning a hole in my mom’s linoleum kitchen floor, and she was irate. She was so mad! And I was so proud that I was cooking by myself.

    • AG

      I remember making a little yellow cake with my Holly Hobbie oven that I picked out from the Sears catalog. It was a Christmas gift from my Grandparents:)

    • tanyalulu

      Probably spaghetti. I couldn’t cook before I got married.

    • Mel

      Toast and pasta.

    • ES

      Peanut butter blossoms at Christmas :)

    • Katerina

      Cornflake “fried” chicken

    • angie

      cake

    • Dana

      Peanut butter cookies!!!

    • nc_sunshine

      Probably eggs (hard-boiled)… but I also remember a shrimp dish I made several times for my parents, as well as cheesecakes (age 12 or so, I think).

    • elizabeth

      French toast!

    • cher

      Fudge and tacos

    • sarah coughlin

      Sugar cookies!

    • Leigh Anne Borders

      Mac n cheese

    • Ashley Walker

      Scrambled eggs and homemade cake (with a kitchen aide stand mixer)

    • Liz D.

      The first thing I taught myself how to make was apple cake when I was 9 or 10. I spent a lot of time watching Julia Child and was determined to make something wonderful!

    • Casey

      Scrambled eggs with cheese and ham

    • brandi

      The first thing I learned to cook was Gingerbread cookies made from scratch! My first grade teacher made them with us in school and then gave us the recipe-begged my mom to help me make them with her that Christmas.

    • Stacey

      My first recipe was peach cobbler:) yum still cook it quite often!

    • Allison

      Brownies!

    • bullseye1250

      The first thing i learned to cook was little cakes in my Easy Bake oven! They were uncooked in the center and burned on the outside but my family ate them anyway!

    • Gina

      Scrambled eggs!

    • Rebecca

      Spaghetti was my first!

    • Tara

      I don’t remember for sure, but I would guess eggs or cookies/brownies.

    • Melissa

      Fried eggs

    • KarMull

      scrambled eggs.

    • Jennifer

      Scrambled eggs!

    • emma

      I learned to make hoe cake with my grandmother.

    • sam

      eggs

    • l.a.

      steak and lobster

    • yekaterina

      I made a lentil soup :)

    • MB

      Johnny cakes, it’s a northern thing :-)

    • Tabitha Miller

      Cornbread with my Granny :)

    • Michelle

      Good ole Sourthern biscuits with my Granny and I still make them like hers today

    • Elizabeth

      Fried eggs :)

    • Michelle

      Home made Vanilla Pudding from scratch – learned how to do it at the age of 6 from my Grandma and passed it on to my kids ( 8 + 15 )

    • deblack

      cut out Sugar Cookies ! yummm

    • Mary

      Scrambled eggs! :)

    • Kimberli Doby

      Believe it or not, I learned how to bake cakes. My mother was always baking for the members of our church to come to Sunday dinner. I had a little Betty Crocker doll with her own mixer that would make the cakes for my Easy Oven. My Mutti would save some of the frosting from her cakes for me to use on mine.

    • Loftygirl

      Scrambled eggs

    • R. Bryan

      Probably brownies.

    • Susan W

      I think it was Snickerdoodle Cookies.

    • Jorgee

      I remember helping my Mom make my Nanny’s pound cake receipe, as well as helping her can plenty of things.

    • barb

      Omelette and it was pretty good too.:)

    • http://www.skinnygfchef.com/ Ali Anderson Williams

      chocolate cake

    • Susan Partridge

      grilled cheese sandwich

    • T2Nashville

      Chocolate chip cookies with my Mom

    • paularowell

      Cookies

    • Ann

      Christmas cookies!!!

    • jlinsey

      cheese toast

    • koran

      fried apple pies with my great-grandmother

    • Shev

      Love the easy bake oven . . .kept it in our “playhouse” and pretended to cook. We carried it back and forth and used it inside the house to make cookies . . .I believe the easy bake was the initial portal for my love of baked goods and baking. Thank you for a chance to win one for my girls.

    • Aubrey

      Chocolate chip cookies with my mom!

    • Amanda

      Scrambled eggs

    • mel

      cake

    • james

      Scrambled eggs.

    • http://batman-news.com Wendy Cosby Mills

      It wasn’t the first thing ever, but the first recipe I tried all by myself. It was called porcupine meatballs and I cooked them for my daddy one summer when my mom was at work. My dad had a nice way of saying they weren’t good…he said let’s don’t put that recipe in your recipe box!

    • ajawee83

      Probably cookies.

    • sonya turgeon

      macaroni and cheese

    • Cristan B

      Carob chip cookies:)

    • Amanda Graham

      cookies (probably sugar cookies!)

    • Emily

      Macaroni and Cheese!

    • Buffy

      Chocolate chip cookies

    • MommieMarketer

      When I learned to cook French Toast I thought I was hot stuff. I wanted to cook it all the time. I still love cooking it now.

    • Onaney Hernandez

      Rice/beans and chicken !

    • Lucianna Farmer

      Scrambled eggs in the microwave.

    • cindy

      Baked beans

    • Sveta

      I think it was fried potatoes with garlic and onion. Good memories.

    • Debra Schrock

      I believe it was jello! LOL My patient Dad always baked cakes with me using my easy bake oven!!

    • gingerbiz

      cake in my easy bake oven. delicious

    • Joe Jess Stansberry

      It was Chocolate cake made with my mom. Always wanted an easy bake oven as a kid. Would love to win one for my 3 kids.

    • Haydensmommy05

      The first thing I learned to cook was homemade pizzas! It was a family night meal and so much fun!!

    • mary

      Mac and cheese

    • Tj

      A box cake mix. It took about an hour to get it ready for the oven because I studied the directions on the box for so long. The frosting was the box mix kind which called for softened butter and water. Delicious! However, it no longer exists.

    • 13patties

      I don’t remember which came first, but I remember cooking Totino’s Pizzas and Cookies in my easy bake oven. When I would get home from school I’d pop two pizza’s in the oven. One for me and one for my brother. When my brother would get home from school shortly after we would eat pizza and watch the Flinstone’s together. I made all kinds of stuff in my easy bake oven. My father worked construction and would leave for weeks at a time. I would ALWAYS make him cookies to go and write him a letter on my momma’s typewriter. (made me feel so grown up, but I was only about 5) My easy bake oven burned in our second burnt house. I wish I still had it!

    • susan

      Fried Rice

    • Tee Anderson

      Scrambled eggs