Nov 30 2011, 8:49am CST | by Susan McGlaun
It is that time of year again time for the Christmas season to begin. It is a special time of year when we come together with friends and family to celebrate the true meaning of the season. It is also a fun time when we get to buy the people we care about gifts. If you know someone who loves pies but does not like the hassle and work that goes into making a whole pie then this Personal Pie Factory is a great way to make pie making simple for them.
The solution came in this perfect little kitchen gadget right here. The Personal Pie Factory simplifies the process. Start with pie dough (nothing wrong with store-bought frozen dough), and your favorite fillings. Almost anything can work! Whole berries, canned cherries, pumpkin pie filling...! Oh, yeah. Close the lid, and in less than 10 minutes, you've got pie. The personal pie factory has a nonstick surface for easy removal and cleanup. It cooks up four delicious mini pies in less than ten minutes. All you do is supply the dough and the filling and the pie factory does the rest. This would make a great holiday gift. Be sure to buy yours today.
The Personal Pie Factory is available at ThinkGeek for $26.00.
Find more Holiday 2011 Gift ideas in our huge Holiday Gift Guide for 2011. We will continuously add new hot gift tips until Christmas in our Holiday Gift Guide hub. Make sure to also check out our Black Friday 2011 Hub for the best deals during the Holiday Shopping Season.
Source: The Edge Singapore
Susan is the editor of the shopping guide on I4U News. She is finding for our readers the best deals and the most interesting products to buy. She lives for finding a great deal that can save our readers serious money. For every season Susan is reporting about the best gift ideas including Back-to-School and of course the Holidays.
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