Do you wish you lived in the 50s? Do you believe you were meant to be born in the days of Rock and Roll, I Love Lucy, juke boxes, 50s diner, and drive classic cars? The fifties are long past, but you can bring back some of the wonders of the fifties with these awesome Retro Appliances you probably never knew about!
Hot dogs were a staple of the 50’s, so this Pop-Up Hot Dog Toaster is definitely something you should have in your dining room table for that classic dinner feel and look. It has an aadjustable heat controls, there’s a rremovable hot dog basket and drip tray that makes clean-up easy, includes mini tongs, and a cord wrap for easy storage. This is the fast, fun and convenient way to enjoy hotdogs. The unit can holds up to two regular sized hotdogs and buns at the same time.
Here’s another cool retro way to entertain guests, especially the retro fans. This 3 -in- 1 Breakfast Station cooks eggs or meat on the non-stick griddle, has a multi-functioning toaster oven bakes which toasts and reheat food, the coffee maker brews up to 4 cups of coffee at a time, has a 30 minute timer with automatic shut-off, and has a removable oven tray and nonstick griddle to make cleanup a breeze.
Mmm, now I’m dreaming of cooking some bacon on the griddle!
You can’t forget the retro sweets, especially cotton candy! Did you know that cotton candy was made in 1897? Wow that was many, many years ago. Entertain your guests as well as yourself with this cool Retro Series Hard & Sugar-Free Cotton Candy maker! How cool is this? In order to make fluffy cotton candy, all you have to do is pour your favorite hard candies or sugar-free candies into the center of the receptacle, and start spinning colorful and tasty treats. This unit is also compatible with standard cotton candy sugar. With this cotton candy maker, it’s a carnival everyday. It’s great for the family or for those with dietary restrictions.
This apron isn’t an appliance, but I just had to share this cute apron! It’s perfect to wear when you’re in the kitchen cooking and entertaining guests with the 50’s style! It’s fashionable and practical with pockets. The apron is designed to fit most sizes and ties at the waist with an adjustable neck strap.
What do you like about the fifties?