The Partiologist: DIY Easy Bake Oven Mixes - Christmas Edition!

DIY Easy Bake Oven Mixes - Christmas Edition!

The perfect gift does exist!  Well, the perfect gift for the little baker in your life.  I still get excited when I buy an Easy Bake Oven as a Christmas gift because I have the best memories using my very own.  Today I've made it easy for you, making recipes and free printables - Christmas Edition!  I know it's early, but not too early to start preparing the mixes.
Make them now and you'll thank me later!

DIY Easy Bake Oven Recipes - Christmas Edition


Be sure to check out my original DIY Easy Bake Oven Mixes HERE.

It's your one stop baking shop.


Make them NOW and save for later.

A little video of the process.


Aren't they the cutest?
 
They make the perfect gift.

For that little baker!

And YES!  I used the oven for the candy too!


Because Christmas involves cookies AND candy.

 
And I made it easy for YOU!

By making the recipes and free printables!

The following are the printables for the recipes.
Printed on Avery Index Cards #5388.

 
  1. Peppermint Bark  (melt in microwave or on EBO warmer)
  2. Sugar Cookies
  3. Gumdrops


  1. Snow Topped Brownies
  2. M & M Cookies
  3. Gingerbread Cookies
 

  1. Snowball Cookies
  2. Candy Coated Pretzels  (melt in microwave or on EBO warmer)
  3. Confetti Cake


  1. Holly Jolly Frosting
  2. Marshmallow Fudge  (melt in microwave or on EBO warmer)
  3. Tree Top Truffles

The following are the printables for the labels (bag toppers).
Printed on Avery Folded Business Cards #8820


  1. Peppermint Bark  (melt in microwave or EBO warmer)
  2. Sugar Cookies
  3. Gumdrop Cookies
  4. Snow Topped Brownies


  1. M & M Cookies
  2. Gingerbread Cookies
  3. Snowball Cookies
  4. Candy Coated Pretzels  (melt in microwave or on EBO warmer)


  1. Confetti Christmas Cake
  2. Holly Jolly Frosting
  3. Marshmallow Fudge  (melt in microwave or on EBO warmer)
  4. Tree Top Truffles  (melt in microwave or on EBO warmer)

PLEASE NOTE:  The cookie recipes were made in the EBO and the candy recipes can be made using the warming top of the EBO or using a microwave.

Follow the recipe from the recipe card and fill the bags.

Seal each bag with scotch tape, then staple the bags together.

Add the topper with hot glue.

The Recipes and Bag Toppers have the same design, making it easy!

Take a look at the finished product and packaging.

Peppermint Bark

Sugar Cookies

Gumdrop Cookies

Snow Topped Brownies

M & M Cookies

Gingerbread Cookies

Snowball Cookies

Candy Coated Pretzels

Marshmallow Fudge

Tree Top Truffles

Christmas Confetti Cake & Holly Jolly Frosting



Just like the days long ago, my husband had to do all the taste testing.

He gave a thumbs up to everything, except one.

Can you guess?

I even gave a few a try and I couldn't stop eating one...it involved chocolate.

Looks like I'll need to do an adult version of it!

But my favorite of all is the packaging.

More Joy for your Jingle!

They fit perfectly in a box, or in your sleigh.
 
Tied with a bow and ready to give.

 From Me to You...
 
Happy Christmas Baking and Candy Making!
 
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35 comments :

  1. Your packaging is wonderful! These would make a great gifts for little kids who love to bake. I remember how much I loved using my EBO when I was young.

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    1. Thank you so very much, I gave them to my nieces and they LOVED them! (They were hard to part with, I kind of wanted to keep them!)

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  2. oh my goodness if i got that gift i'd be in christmas heaven for sure! :>D

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    1. I can imagine the fun you'd have with them! :)

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  3. Soo sweet. I love this! Thankyou!!

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  4. This is not only cute, it's so SMART!! Love it!

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  5. Always wanted an EBO but never received one. This is the cutest idea! Love!!

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    1. Well, Cindy it's NEVER too late! And now you'll have plenty of recipes to enjoy! :)

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  6. Yes Kim, these ARE the cutest and I am always up for anything Christmas..it's never too early! Your adorably packaged mixes are making me wanna get out my own Easy Bake Oven. :o)

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    1. Thank you so much! I'm like you...it's never too early for Christmas!

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  7. This entire set makes me want to purchase my very own easy bake oven! How adorable it is! And I can imagine how much a little baker would love this Set!!! Creative and FABULOUS!!!

    Anneette

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    1. I know, right? Christmas is not complete without an EBO, thanks for the comment! :)

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  8. Thank you so much for all the hard work and love you share in your posts. Your creativity is amazing. When scanning my emails and I see The Partiologistj, my heart gets excited and I can hardly wait to open it up for another wonderful and yummy surprise.
    Taro

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    1. Thank you so very much for the sweetest comment! Whenever I question my blogging, I'll read this again and again! :)

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  9. This is incredible!! The little girl in me is soon giddy!!

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    1. Yay! I love when I can make someone giddy!

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  10. I have my EBO from the 60's, great working condition! Will these recipes work in any ovens?

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    1. I'm really not sure, but it's worth a try! (The older oven temperatures may be different than the newer ones.)

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  11. Thank you so much for these adorable printables and recipes- there will be very happy little girls and boys at our house this Christmas thanks to your hard work! Questions: how much butter do I add to the chocolate chips for the Tree Top Truffles? I didn't see an amount on the cards. Also, for the Gingerbread cookies, do I add the 1/4 cup of sugar to the mix or package it separately to mix with the butter? I can't believe how much time you must've spent thinking all this through- my Christmas-fried brain thanks you! :) -Lisa

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    1. Yes, I think I have a Christmas Fried brain as well. I'll check on the butter amount for the truffles and for the 1/4 cup sugar in the gingerbread cookies, add it separately to mix with the butter. (Although I think either way would work!) Hope your little ones enjoy the mixes! :)

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    2. I'v edited the recipe to add 1 tablespoon butter.

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    3. Thank you so much! Looking forward to all these beautiful treats- and thanks for such a quick response! Merry Christmas:) -Lisa

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  12. Do you use plain or self-rising flour in these recipes? Am I to assume that if there is not salt/soda then you use self-rising? Thank you for posting.

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    1. I used regular flour, but self-rising would probably work too! :)

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  13. My niece is going to FLIP when she see this! Thank you Thank you so much. PS I had to google "jimmies". Here in the NW it's all just "sprinkles". :D

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    1. Yep, jimmies and sprinkles are all the same. So glad your niece is going to love the mixes!

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  14. Hi there. This is the absolute cutest gift idea! I do have a question regarding teh brownie mix. Not sure if I missed it but where is the actual recipe for the brownie mix itself? I see the sugar mix but nothing with cocoa powder or box mix? Thank you😀

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    1. Thank you so much! You actually add chocolate syrup and that ingredient is listed in the directions on back of the topper. :)

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  15. Thank you so so so much for this!!! My daughter is a celiac but really wants an EBO for Christmas, so I was so excited to find these and be able to make her some GF packages for her EOB without spending an arm and a leg!! Thank you So much again!

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  16. This is great! But can you please let me know where I can find the whole recipe - with the wet ingredients for the m&M cookies?

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    1. The M & M cookie recipe and directions are on Label No. 2 and Recipes No. 2

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