Wednesday, December 14, 2011

The prefect rebuttal to microwave popcorn at work? The MDF-200 Automatic Mini Donut Factory!

Winextra - Heaven has arrived in the shape of that automatic mini donut maker you always wanted

Never again, never to line up in those endless coffee line-ups just to get your daily fix of sugary goodness. What a dream to have. To be able to have an endless supply of mini donuts to lord over your cubicle mates as they crumple to the ground in amazement at your awesomeness. It couldn’t get any better eh.

Well, wait no longer my friend because you to can now fire up your very own automatic mini donut maker and let the goodness flow forth like a never ending river of sprinkles and chocolate topping. Thanks to the good people at Nostalgia Electrics you can own the very first Automatic Mini Donut Maker on your office building floor.

Magically you can form, fry, and drain those minuscule doughy bits of goodness in just a minute and make up to 30 donuts per batch. Here’s what you get in the package from heaven:


Nostalgia Electrics MDF-200 Automatic Mini Donut Factory


Product Dimensions: 25 x 9.2 x 16.2 inches ; 11.5 pounds

Product Features

  • Makes up to 30 donuts per batch
  • Dough dispensing mechanism creates the perfect sized mini donut
  • Stainless steel spatulas turn and delivers donuts to the dispensing chute
  • Includes drip tray to change oil after each use
  • Safety guard lids keeps hands away from hot oil

The Mini Donut Factory automatically forms, fries and drains delicious mini donuts in approximately 90 seconds. After the donuts are finished, simply put in a bag, sprinkle with sugar, cinnamon, or cocoa powder. A few shakes and you're ready to enjoy warm


How awesome is that? Imaging firing this bad boy up the next time "that person" pops popcorn at work (and doesn't offer to share)! MUHAHAHAHA

Okay, maybe that's a little overkill for a cube, but if you have an office...!  :P

1 comment:

jswanson said...

Looks a lot like a product I saw a couple years ago in Mexico called The Cornballer.