Girls Gourmet Cup Cake Maker Reviews
Product Type: Girls Gourmet Novelty Toy
Description:Brand: Girls Gourmet / For ages 8 years+ / Add water to your mixture place into the microwave safe container and within ... more
Newest Review: ... The results were consistently messy and disappointing. The Gourmet Girl Cup Cake Maker probably wins my award for the most useless piece of rubbish I have ever bought. In fact, it makes me angry that this was ever put into production and sold by major retailers: did any of them ever actually try it out? I would dearly love for a representative of the manufacturers to demonstrate this ... more
Customer Girls Gourmet Cup Cake Maker Reviews (4)
by - written on 24/04/10 (Very useful, 33 readings)
My daughter had her heart set on getting the Gourmet Girl Cake Maker, and I duly bought her one from Argos (with a half price refill kit) for her ninth birthday. After a lengthy struggle to liberate all the pieces from the packaging, we set about making the cakes. The first disappointment was realising that each sachet of cake mix made only one cupcake; however adding a spoonful of water to the mixture and cooking in the microwave was straightforward, and produced a fairly good-looking cupcake. The main piece of kit is supposedly for icing the cupcake, and we made up the icing mix with high hopes of an end result that would in some way resemble the pictures on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/12/09 (Useful, 41 readings)
My daughter had wanted the girls gourmet cup cake maker for a long time so when shopping with my mum I saw it reduced to £15 in Sainsbury's I encouraged her to buy it for christmas. My daughter was very excited and wanted to make her cup cakes for tea so we set everything up then found that the cup cake maker only has enough cake mix and icing to make 4 cakes. The "cakes" were made one at a time by emptying a packet in a bowl and adding water then "baking" them in the microwave. Again the icing had to be done one at a time. In my opinion the cup cake maker is the biggest waste of money I have every spent. I query how ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/09 (Very useful, 122 readings)
A few months before Christmas 2008 my daughter was looking through the Argos book making her list for Santa! One of the items she added to her list was the Girl Gourmet Deluxe Cupcake Maker, the cost for this item was around £34, looking at the picture of the Cupcake maker I wasn't fussed about buying it as we bought a similar product before which turned out to be a big disappointment. Over the weeks running up to Christmas all she talked about was this Cupcake Maker, so I decided to buy it for her, however I couldn't get one anywhere, and I knew she would be disappointed but there wasn't much I could do. Christmas Day finally arrived and off course I could ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/09 (Very useful, 26 readings)
This was bought as a Christmas present for my five year old daughter. I bought it at Sainsburys when it was on offer for half price so it was £15 instead of £30. I had seen it advertised but didn't want to pay £30 for it, so was pleased with the price. The cupcake maker consists of the cupcake icer and several other small pieces of equipment, that you need to make the cakes. It comes with enough packets of mixture to make and ice four cakes. The instructions are fairly simple to follow, all you do is add water to the cake mix sachet, mix, and then microwave in the special container for around a minute. You then make the icing in the ... Read the complete review
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