Yes, this is a Homemade Twinkie Machine

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Last year, the internet nearly rioted when word got out that Twinkies were going extinct. A few months later, they were back and we couldn’t have been happier. Ignoring the fact that most of us have never actually eaten this indestructible cream-filled cake (seriously, they never die), here’s another reason to get excited about this timeless pastry: homemade Twinkie machines exist.

Imagine the endless possibilities, folks: Twinkies stuffed with creamy ganache or juicy bacon soaked in maple syrup or onion rings. Wait what? Ignore the last one, but seriously, this is the most impractical and useless gadget we’ve seen yet — and we want it.

This non-stick mold fits 6 Twinkie-shaped cakes and cranks them out within 7 minutes. Unfortunately, we can’t guarantee they’ll last 36 years.

Hostess Electric Twinkie Maker, $30 @amazon

H/T Huffpo



Charisma has an undying love for gritty literature and drinks coffee like water. She also hails from Toronto, Canada and is a die-hard Maple Leafs fan, sigh.



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  • Señor Naugles

    “couldn’t have” not “couldn’t of”

    Anyways, they also have machines like this that make Hostess Cupcakes but I wish they would make a Ding Dongs one as well.