OXO Cookie Press with Storage Box
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- Paddle lever creates perfectly pressed cookies with no hand strain
- Nonslip base keeps press steady while dispensing
- Clear cylinder shows how much dough is left
- Disassembles for easy loading and cleaning
- Disks included: daisy, flower, sunflower, fleur-de-lis, butterfly, bear, shell, leaf, heart, snowflake, tree, wreath
- Manufacturer: Oxo
- Includes: Cookie press, 12 decorative disks, storage case
- Dimensions: 5¾" x 2¾" x 10¼"
- Made in China
Care & Usage Show
- Hand wash
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The cookie press did not tire my hand, and as long as I allowed the cookie a second to adhere to the cookie sheet, each cookie came out cleanly. Each batch of the recipe made approximately 142-163 cookies, depending on which disk was used. The press was easy to take apart and clean when I was finished.
I am looking forward to making lots of Christmas cookies using this cookie press. I am hoping that other ""seasonal"" cookie disks will be made available, following the Autumn disk set, although the original set that comes with the press has plenty of shapes, ie. a pine tree, a wreath, a snowflake, etc. that can be used for holiday cookies. I also would love it if another cookie dough tube would become available so that making different colored cookies with different colored doughs could be used without having to wash the one tube, first, before switching colors. I have discovered, however, that multi-colored swirly cookies can be made easily by adding balls of different colored, left-over dough to the cookie tube. Cookies, such as fall leaves, came out looking so pretty with orange and yellow, and sometimes red all in the same leaf.
I have already bought a second cookie press, plus the Autumn disk set for my daughter, who is also enjoying using it. She made batches of spiders, webs, and leaves for her daughter's school class, and as a treat for her fellow office-mates.
I am planning on buying a second cookie press for myself. I will then be able to double the amount of cookies I can make, using more than one color of dough, without waiting to totally use up one color of dough first.
I highly recommend this cookie press to anyone who enjoys making a variety of cookies. It also is a great way to enjoyably pass the time by sharing cookie-making with children and grandchildren
1 year ago
Questions & Answers
extra half squeeze to get the dough "started" but usually only for the first one or two cookies and then it flows really well.