So, It's Come To This: CHiP, A K-Cup Inspired Oven That Can Bake 4 Cookies In 10 Minutes

November 4, 2016


This is CHiP, a $100 tabletop oven that bakes pre-made "pods" of cookie dough in ten minutes or less. Each individual cookie costs between $0.88 - $2.25 depending on the variety and the length of the "cookie dough by mail" subscription you sign up for. Alternatively, forgo the CHiP and just eat a whole log of raw Nestle Toll House cookie dough like a normal person who had a bad day. That's what I do when I come home from work. Plus feed and walk my dog, lay in the shower until the water runs cold, cook a microwavable meal, watch complete crap on television, and tell myself tomorrow is going to be better. It never is though, just so we're clear. Just kidding *waves hand, makes rainbow* life is grand. "How'd you do that?" Black magic.

Keep going for their Kickstarter video.

Thanks to Jessie, who agrees the best cookies aren't made at home, they're made by elves who live in a tree and may contain nuts because squirrels live there too.

  • That's $100 for what you can already do in your kitchen right now. You can buy pre-made dough, and the last time I checked baking time was about 12 minutes. So if $100 for 2 minutes and a shit ton of waste packaging sounds like a good idea to you, go ahead- who needs to be fiscally or environmentally responsible?

  • MustacheHam

    It's like a Keurig, but for cookies.

  • Xockszky

    It's not an ordinary oven, it's a SMART oven!

  • I could just nip to the shop and buy a whole packet.

  • TheQiwiMan

    You *are* pretty well-known for your fantastic "nips", after all..

  • D3Fd0ck

    "A K-Cup Inspired Oven That Can Bake 4 Cookies In 10 Minutes"

    this was already invented decades ago.... before the k cup, all the little girls had one. remember? do ya? its a f*ckin EZ bake oven.

    not inpressed

  • Patrick

    Making America fat! One product at a time.

  • Ollie Williams

    Well, this is how I get fat, folks.This right here.

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