I have to admit, one of my reasons (not the driving one, mind you) for going to garage and estate sales is to flip items for a profit. I don't make a lot of money, but I at least cover my costs and fund future trips. So that's what I had in mind when I found this vintage 1964 Kenner Easy-Bake Oven a few months back.
However, my daughter had other ideas. She fell in love with it and insisted it was hers.
**UPDATE** Due to overwhelming demand (2 people asked me), I'll give my review of the results.
All treats were made from scratch using the original cook book included with the oven.
The dish on the left is supposed to be chocolate chip cookies. They turned out more like chocolate chip pancakes. They were okay, but not something I'd seek out.
The middle dish I thought was the best. It was a graham-cracker based brownie with chocolate icing. Very good and I would eat that anytime.
The final dish was a triple chocolate cake. It tasted pretty good, but a little dry.
**UPDATE #2** Due to overwhelming demand (1 person asked me), below is the recipe book and baking book that came with this set.