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Betty Bossi Croissant Pastry Roller

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Quickly create professional-looking pastries with the Betty Bossi pasty roller. Simply roll out the dough like normal, then cut along it using the specialized pastry roller designated for your recipe.

Croissant Pastry Roller:
The easy-to-use, efficient design of the croissant pastry roller saves you time by eliminating individual knife cuts. Once you roll out the dough, slowly cut along it, using firm pressure. Evenly portion the filling on the designated imprints, then separate each triangle and roll into a croissant shape. Bake according to instructions.
  • Precise cutting allows for little to no waste
  • Ideal for dough up to 1/8" thick
  • Recipe booklet included
  • Manufacturer: Betty Bossi
  • Material: Plastic
  • Dimensions: Croissants pastry roller: 6.69" L x 3.54" W x 1.58" H
  • Made in China
    • Handwash only
    • Do not use scouring agents or steel wool to clean
    • For optimum cutting results, the arrow on the side of the roller must point downwards at the beginning of each cutting cycle
    • One pastry roller