Kickstarter

Kickstarter

The holiday tradition of baking cookies is just around the corner and just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, it did. A smart cookie oven is currently raising funds on Kickstarter and they are well on their way to delivering easy-to-make gooey cookies everywhere.

The Kickstarter campaign for the CHiP Smart Cookie Oven seeks to make baking even easier with gourmet cookies that can be made in 10 minutes. It allows you to bake cookies in a snap, choose from a variety of flavors and requires minimal preparation.

According to their campaign site, CHiP is designed “to make baking easier for everyone, starting with cookies. He brings the joy of warm freshly baked cookies in under 10 minutes to you and those you love. Simply pick what flavors you’d like, and let CHiP take care of the rest.” It has been described as an Easy Bake Oven for adults and the Keurig of cookies.

Since launching at the beginning of November, the campaign has raised more than $52,000 from nearly 300 backers. The campaign is set to end Dec. 1 and hopes to raise $100,000 before shipping in Oct. 2017.

The smart oven aims to cook up the “perfect cookies, every time” with their pre-packaged dough pods and choice of classic, chewy or crispy. Some of their cookie flavors include the Bananas Quinoa Breakfast, a healthy way to kick off your day, the Sea Salt Chocolate Chip and a Peanut Butter Nutella Swirl. Settings can be saved in the accompanying mobile app and you can also bake using your own dough.

Some of the oven’s features include a delay start mode, worry-free cooking and a CookieGram, which allows you to send videos or text messages of your cookies creations. “A warm cookie and personal message is the perfect gift to wish someone luck on a big day or to celebrate everyday moments.”

Dough pods also include gluten-free and vegan options. The large variety of cookies includes Breakfast Cookies, Special Diet Cookies and Treat Cookies—perfect for any lifestyle or occasion.

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