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    Default Kitchen appliances for kids lunch boxes

    Hi all, just wondering what kitchen appliances you have to make your kids snacks? If any exist....except an Oven
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    An oven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSecret Squirrel View Post
    An oven.
    Duh....ha ha.... I should put (except an oven)

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    What exactly are you looking for? Most snacks I make are made with bowl and spoon then put in oven. Some are blender then oven. I suppose some might need a kitchen aid but that would be it...

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    I just use a bowl and wooden spoon. Nothing fancy here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Duh....ha ha.... I should put (except an oven)
    I really am genuinely puzzled by your question though.

    You have cranked up a number of threads asking about kitchen appliances, and often slip in that you want to use them to make kids snacks eg you started a thread about waffle makers not long ago and said that you didn't know what a waffle is, but wanted to use the waffle maker to make kids snacks.

    In my opinion the kitchen appliances that you have asked about in the past don't do much more than heat. I really don't understand what answers you are looking for. If you are asking about good appliances for baking, an oven and good stand mixer have served me well since I left home in 1993. I bought a food processor a few years ago, and while they are handy, I got by fine without one for years. Lots of kitchen appliances around these days just seem to be a fad to me, although I'm sure lots of hubbers love Thermomixes, I can't comment because I don't own one, and have always cooked from scratch without one.

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    I just wanted to know if there are any appliances out there. Except an oven, thermomix, blenders etc.

    I have not cranked up a lot of threads. Just a couple. If we are to be judged by what we say or ask in here then what's the point of even posting. Seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    I just wanted to know if there are any appliances out there. Except an oven, thermomix, blenders etc.
    I am not sure what appliances there would be
    I make weekly a lot of muffins, slices, pikletes etc but that's an oven, my kitchenaid and a frypan.
    Do you mean like doughnut makers and the like? Sorry, genuinely confused

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    I just wanted to know if there are any appliances out there. Except an oven, thermomix, blenders etc.

    I have not cranked up a lot of threads. Just a couple. If we are to be judged by what we say or ask in here then what's the point of even posting. Seriously.
    It really depends what you want to do though.

    Muffins/slices/pikelets/cake etc is bowl/spoon and oven/pan. Maybe stand/hand mixer. Some stuff I make require processor due to ingredients.

    The only other thing I can think of is a food dehydrater. But thats only if you really are keen on making your own dried fruit/veg etc. But even that can be done in the oven.

    Sure you can get things like popcorn machines, pie makers, pizza ovens, ice cream makers but do you really need it all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-biscotti View Post
    I am not sure what appliances there would be
    I make weekly a lot of muffins, slices, pikletes etc but that's an oven, my kitchenaid and a frypan.
    Do you mean like doughnut makers and the like? Sorry, genuinely confused
    Doughnut makers? Now that's something...is there such a thing.... I wouldn't mind something different not just your usual muffins, cupcakes etc, I've heard kids get bored easily with the same foods.


 

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