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The Atlas deluxe biscuit/cookie maker comes with 20 discs. Do the math - the possibilities are extensive! This multi-purpose device is made from food grade aluminum and operated manually for simple use and maintenance. The biscuit/cookie maker is easy to clean, too, and a must-have for a serious ... See complete description »
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The Atlas deluxe biscuit/cookie maker comes with 20 discs. Do the math - the possibilities are extensive! This multi-purpose device is made from food grade aluminum and operated manually for simple use and maintenance. The biscuit/cookie maker is easy to clean, too, and a must-have for a serious baking tool collection. Instructions and a recipe booklet are included. Made in Italy.
I finally have a cookie press that lasts!! Our family has a very old cookie receipe. Every year I have to buy a new press because the plastic breaks after only one batch. With this cookie press, I have been able to make several batches and I have had no problems.
I have been searching for a *sturdy* cookie press for ages and have finally found one. Easy to assemble, easy to use, easy to clean, and heavy. Although the description online said it was dishwasher safe, the instructions read quite distinctly that all parts should be hand-washed only. Not a big deal since it's easy enough to disassemble. Gives me a reason to make cookies for no reason! Watch out, though, the cookie recipe in English (American English) is in weights and not volume.
I ordered this cookie press and couldn't believe HOW EXPENSIVE it was (PLUS shipping made it close to $70)! It should have cost NO MORE THAN $30 INCLUDING S&H. There were 20 cookie design plates to choose from, and I liked the choices, but some didn't work as well as others. The press worked well overall, but the barrel was incredibly small (MUCH smaller than previous cookie presses I had worked with). I couldn't even get an entire pan of cookies pressed out before I had to stop and refill it. I'm a very good cook and love cooking (cheesecakes are my specialty). However, the small barrel on this cookie press made cookie making more of a "chore" than a pleasure for me. I don't foresee getting my money's worth out of this press because I will have to stop halfway through every pan and refill it just to fill the pan. Overall, the press performed well and the metal parts (EXCLUDING the plastic plunger) made it sturdy (that's why I didn't rate it a complete ZERO). However, I am reluctant to recommend this product to others due to the COST (which is way too much) and the small barrel which takes several times to fill just to complete pressing out cookies on one pan.
I ordered this cookie press to replace a different model that broke after only one season of cookie making. I wanted a new one that was more durable. I orded the Harold Imports cookie press after looking around and reading reviews. It seemed to be the best option of what was available online. I was hesitant of its durability when I received the press and found out the plunger was plastic. (This was the part that broke on my last press.) However, I am happy to report that after 1200+ cookies this press is showing no signs of wear or tear. It even stood up to my nephews' (aged 7 & 8) cookie making techniques! I am very happy I ordered the Harold Imports cookie press.
I have not had a cookie press before and i am glad i started with the best. I felt kind of scared to use it at first. I think the directions was kind of confusing but a friend came over and we figured it out. We had so much fun with the press, and i know i will have this little machine for a long time. Thank you <br><br>Norma Panting for Honduras Central America<br><br>P:S: We make cookies here too!
When you're baking cookies, save the waxed paper wrapper from the stick of butter you've used and use it to grease your cookie sheets.