|Mounting Hardware||1 x Cookie Press|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Item model number||2104-2627|
|Product Dimensions||5.92 x 13.92 x 21.87 cm; 267.62 Grams|
Wilton 2104-2627 Simple Success Cookie Press White
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- Make fast and easy uniform spritz cookies for a crowd
- Comfortable ergonomic handle with soft-grip trigger
- Ultra-clear barrel shows how much dough you have
- Great for Christmas, the holidays and everyday
- Includes 12 Fit Right cookie disc shapes
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Use this classic cookie press to make uniform spritz cookie shapes. The upgraded comfort of an ergonomic handle feels great in your hand, and the soft-touch trigger provides added control and comfort. Ultra-clear barrel lets you know when dough is low. Comes with 12 cookie discs, including all of the classic spritz cookie shapes, plus several new ones (like the pumpkin, turkey, dot pattern and doily).
How you decorate your desserts says a lot about who you are. From creating special occasion cakes to decorating cupcakes with your kids, Wilton has the tools, accessories and toppings you need to make each one a sweet work of art. We’ve got ready-to-use buttercream, decorating bags, piping tips and a variety of icing colors to help bring your treats to life. We’ve also got ready-to-use fondant, rollers with guide rings, cut-out sets and impression mats; gum paste, edible food color sprays and powders, sprinkles and icing decorations, to name just a few.
Use any or all of these decorating essentials to build on your current skills or learn something new. With this much variety, there's no limit to what you can do when you decorate.
All About Decorating
A few disposable decorating bags filled with colored icing, couplers and piping tips are all it takes to make beautiful cupcakes. From a rosette to a flower in full bloom, you've got this with these buttercream tools.
Use fondant to add an extra dimension of design to cakes, cupcakes and cookies. Use your desired color of ready-to-use fondant, then cut or mold shapes using the fondant cut-out sets or impression mats and attach to your dessert. You can even take white fondant and mix it with other colors to create a marbleized effect that will add even more dimension to your designs.
Build Your Buttercream Skills
With Wilton tools and accessories, you can start sharpening your decorating skills. With decorating bags, piping tips and a practice board, you'll be able to perfect your techniques so that next time, you know whatever you decorate will turn out beautifully.
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The press is very sturdy and very easy to use. Plenty of disc shapes to chose from and the whole process is actually very relaxing. Click click and before you know it you have delicious warm homemade biscuits or cookies in front of you. Cleaning a bit fiddly but i refuse to complain just for that.
Here's a recipe also, for those who keep complaining.
400g plain flour
250g soft butter
100g icing sugar
Vanilla or lemon extract
1/2 tsp salt
Mix everything together (i use a stand mixer) and voila! Perfect cookies every time.
If you want chocolate cookies, add 40g cocoa and 1 extra egg to the mix,
What I loved
Once you get used to the size of 'sausage' you need to fill the barrel it is so quick and easy
Oh my word this is so darned quick, I was rattling out a tray after tray of beautifully shaped treats in no time at all
Easy to take apart and clean
Even when loaded it didn't weigh too much
If you want bigger biscuits some of the shapes can be double clicked - you will lose a little of the definition but you gain more biscuit
As long as your dough isn't too firm clicking the handle doesn't take too much pressure, young kids could easily do it with the mix I used
Points to Note
If you are doing a large batch plan on refilling it fairly regularly - not too much of an issue as you can fill it so quickly
Dough should be a dryish texture and not too firm. If it is too wet or sticky I would think using the press would be a waste of time as it would clog up if too sticky or not hold shape if too wet, and if it is too firm you could break the press. (This is the only reason I've given a 4 star rating instead of 5 star because with the right texture of dough it is 5 stars all the way)
Consider what you will be baking the biscuits on - I started trying to use silicon baking sheets on my baking tray and the mix didn't stick so I couldn't get the shape. Took the sheets off and it worked just fine direct onto the cookie sheet baking tray
Word of Warning
You may be so disappointed when you realise you have run out of dough and can no longer press the pretty cookies that you whip up another batch just to keep going :oD