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Hi had to add this as i have been looking for an electric cupcake maker for a few weeks now, all the best buys are completely sold out, the only ones i can find is ebay and some are going for about £40 with postage, i happened to search again yesterday and wilkinson have got some in online for £15, i dont know if they are in the shop, £5 delivery or free collection, thats what i opted for as i have to go in there anyway, i just thought this is such a good price, and know there are people out there looking for them

Please note i have used the pic from currys website as i cant get the one off wilkos, but they are almost the same, just gives you an idea of what it looks like

The direct link is here :

http://www.wilkinsonplus.com/Cupcake-Maker/invt/0295255?htxt=SqIzuKMttV7ybNT%2BZSRGmAaYODEkFUiMJhzLisjV8COKbsurP1XZA5qqru6JmVMEXbFyg4jIR9Iw%0Ahb3jJ8skSg%3D%3D
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#1
ordered 1 for store collection £15 all in bargain .:D
#2
There are some at Sainsburys Marsh Mills Plymouth with a third off-cannot remember price
#3
Ordered one - would rather have known the make, but as you say, price is a bargain! Thanks for posting.
#4
what's the advantage over using a normal oven? sorry - may be a dumb question but I've never seen them before. Wondering if it's a good idea for my daughter to make cakes for school fair etc? thanks :)
#5
I did see this in the Lakeland store at Trostre in LLanelli, but I can't recall how much it was.

To me it is another gadget to take up room on my kitchen tops but I can see it's appeal as a cute gift/present.
1 Like #6
Hi Elsie, thats who i bought mine for, my daughter, she loves cupcakes but sometimes i think if she just wants to make a few, instead of heating up a whole oven, this is a quick and simple way i suppose, until she wants to experiment more with baking ha ha x
#7
Just so you don't have to search around here's the Cat No.
catalogue No: 0295255
#8
if only they turn out like this then its worth to buy
http://s3.hubimg.com/u/4035702_f260.jpg
#9
pin4apple
Hi Elsie, thats who i bought mine for, my daughter, she loves cupcakes but sometimes i think if she just wants to make a few, instead of heating up a whole oven, this is a quick and simple way i suppose, until she wants to experiment more with baking ha ha x


thank you - I have ordered one :) my parents can pick it up for me so they'll get the blame from my husband for yet another worktop gadget!! haha!
#10
Better price than the £30 ones available

But Which! doesnt rate cupcake makers much :(
http://www.which.co.uk/home-and-garden/kitchen/reviews-ns/cupcake-maker-first-look-reviews/

I get the feeling they will be like the doughnut maker we got last year...used once...cleaned then stuffed on top of the cupboard
9 Likes #11
What do 'electric cupcakes' taste like? do they have currants in them?
#12
here's the photo link pin4apple :)
link for photo

http://www.wilkinsonplus.com/content/ebiz/wilkinsonplus/invt/0295255/0295255_l.jpg
8 Likes #13
alfiethecat
What do 'electric cupcakes' taste like? do they have currants in them?
They're shocking
#14
Thanks!
1 Like #15
funny.onion
I did see this in the Lakeland store at Trostre in LLanelli, but I can't recall how much it was.To me it is another gadget to take up room on my kitchen tops but I can see it's appeal as a cute gift/present.

about £40 I think!
3 Likes #16
Please may I remind everyone that you are what you eat.

http://i52.tinypic.com/1zxs7c9.jpg
#17
Waste of space and money and it even has me (someone that doesn't recycle) thinking about the environment.
6 Likes #18
When did fairy cakes become cupcakes? Was it the about the same time that an increase became a hike, or when Marathons became Snickers?
#19
You are right, we've always said fairy cakes here but I have noticed that Cup Cakes is more commonly used now. I think it's due to the Americans calling them Cup Cakes and we hear it being used in films and on tv etc.
1 Like #20
fungus
has me (someone that doesn't recycle) thinking about the environment.
Surely it's better for the environment than heating an entire oven just for a few cupcakes?
#21
There are 10+ upstairs in Wilkinsons Sheffield if anyone is interested
#22
Fantastic! Have been trying to get one for ages but would not pay £40!!!
#23
I'm sure I saw this in Makro yesterday too for £15 but it would be +VAT
#24
Think you'd have to heat the oven quite a few times to offset the production and shipping of one of these. Also who wants to make a few cakes, I always want more!! Waste of time if you ask me as it doesnt make it any easier and is just another thing to clean and fill up cupboard space so not voting
#25
Sensio mini cupcake maker in Argos £26.49 usually £39.99 ! So Wilkinsons seems a bargain !
#26
ordered - my daughter will love it
#27
Thanks Elsie
elsie
here's the photo link pin4apple :)link for photohttp://www.wilkinsonplus.com/content/ebiz/wilkinsonplus/invt/0295255/0295255_l.jpg
#28
I agree with everyones comment, it is another of those annoying kitchen gadgets, i dont usually buy them but as i posted daughter loves baking, shes only 12 and it just saves time, and effort and heating up a whole oven, ive got to admit, nice big bakery ones, or muffins done at home cannot be beaten but at this price, it is worth it
#29
how much is delivery for this one item?
#30
Currys selling this for £19.99......good deal...heat added
#31
Cupcakes and fairy cakes are different, I think the difference is in how they're iced though
#32
I always get the impression that a 'cupcake' is bigger than a fairy cake. A cupcake I imagine to have swirly icing rather than just smooth icing. So more calories too :0( I'm not going to buy a cupcake maker...too much temptation if you ask me!
#33
Makro have these for £14.99 + vat
#34
Thanks ordered. May improve my baking skills. I doubt it though. Kids will like it.
#35
Got one of these instore today at Stratford.Also comes with free cake decorating kit ( icing syringe and nozzles) worth £4.99 and 50 mini cupcake cases worth £1.49
#36
shazpaul
Got one of these instore today at Stratford.Also comes with free cake decorating kit ( icing syringe and nozzles) worth £4.99 and 50 mini cupcake cases worth £1.49

Is that inside the box?
#37
gary_rip
shazpaul
Got one of these instore today at Stratford.Also comes with free cake decorating kit ( icing syringe and nozzles) worth £4.99 and 50 mini cupcake cases worth £1.49
Is that inside the box?
Yes it comes inside the box.
#38
Has anyone actually used one yet? Do they work and how long does it take to cook them?
#39
great deal - thanks for the heads up! have been looking out for these for xmas :D
#40
Comet doing these for £19.99. But they have 3 for 2 on electrical gifts. So if you need 3 it works out at £13.33 each.

Or you could go for the cupcake maker, the donut maker and the popcorn maker...

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