Cook's Tools Cookie Press (6-in.) by Kuhn Rikon
Make more than just cookies using this one-handed Cookie Press. The stainless steel trigger mechanism allows easy, one-handed (whether you're left or right-handed!) cookie or pastry making using any of the 14 interchangeable discs. Use it for filling hors d'oeuvres or piping mashed potatoes onto ent... See complete description »
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Make more than just cookies using this one-handed Cookie Press. The stainless steel trigger mechanism allows easy, one-handed (whether you're left or right-handed!) cookie or pastry making using any of the 14 interchangeable discs. Use it for filling hors d'oeuvres or piping mashed potatoes onto entrees. A see-through plastic barrel lets you quickly determine how much of the contents are left. Barrel measures 6-in. in length and 2.5-in. in width. It's lightweight and easy to handle – even kids will get into the fun using this versatile tool.
I like the cookie press as far as appearance but have not used it as of yet. I have only had it for a week. I liked the recipes that came with the press and am looking forward to using it with the holidays coming up.
This is the best and easiest cookie press I have ever used. (I had an electric version that I got rid of a few years ago.) This press is made in Switzerland....those Swiss know how to make cookies!! It comes with a lot of different cookie presses, including Halloween, which is great. It's a great buy!!
I have only used the cookie press once since I received it a few weeks ago. It takes some getting used to but by the second batch I got the hang of it.
Great quality, good buy, I would definitely recommend to others.
Can't wait to start my Xmas baking :)
I've been making cookies and cheese straws for over 50 years and this is absolutely the best cookie press ever. It works great for either cookies or cheese straws.
This cookie press is a great value and is very easy to use and clean. But do follow the directions! It isn't kidding when it says don't use parchment paper or a non-stick cookie sheet. It needs a little "stick" in order for the cookie to loosen from the press and stick to the cookie sheet. Once we got the hang of it, we had a ball with it! My eight-year old friend was an expert in about 10 minutes!
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