Toys of the Seventies, Gobbledy Gook

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a plug-in little round "oven" face-looking thing. you'd put some powder mixed with water in the molds and make edible gummy candies or inedible collectible rubber shapes with it. it was really great.
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edie - March 27, 2009 - Report this comment
You used gobbledy gook with the Incredible Edible oven. It cooked the gook into gummy worms, spiders, moths etc.....mmm
susie - April 03, 2010 - Report this comment
You could burn the crap out of yourself on the metal molds if you weren't careful with the tong inserts,but it was like art science and cooking all in one toy. There was no other toy that gave you that satisfying sizzle sound you got from the hot molds hitting the water in the cooling tray.
Kim - October 03, 2015 - Report this comment
After finding this website. This is one I had to look up. My dad got it for me as a gift 6 or 7th bday. I burnt myself, cried mom wouldnt let me do without her needless to say with a 4, 2, and newborn she never had time to do with me and it disappeared in the move(army) but to this day I can to this day still imagine the taste.Which made for a memorable toy.

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