Kaiser Bakeware Pattisserie Assorted Linzer Cookie Cutter Set of 5
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- Now you can make your own linzer cookies at home
- Includes a heart, star, tulip, flower, and clover with small designs in center of each cookie cutter
- The 2-in-1 cookie cutter set allows your to make your favorite stacked, jam filled cookies with ease
- Recipe card included
- Perfect for year round
Top Customer Reviews
I am sorry to say that these cutters failed by the 40th cookie. Well, 80 when you count the two cookies it takes to make one.
The inner cutter worked loose and ejected with the cookie, rendering the cutter useless for its intended purpose-to produce large amounts of cookies assembly-line fashion.
I had to stop, remove the inner cutter from the cookie, replace it in the main cutter and then procede to do the same thing for the next cookie.
The only reason I continued was my need to have 10 exactly identical cookies to present on the competition platter.
I would have taken them back for a refund, except I had lost the packaging. Not for the serious baker.
The only other advice I'd give is related to the recipe/s included with these cutters. Roll the dough as flat as you can without making it impossible to lift from your cutting surface. Linzer cookies are sandwich cookies, and the various thicknesses add up quickly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good product, not all pieces are easy to use. Just used a few in baking cookies and this made for easier clean up too.Published 18 months ago by Samuel Miranda
This was much smaller than I thought it would be. My linzer cookies are twice the size, so I rarely use this one for the purpose intended.Published on February 18, 2014 by Diane
I like these linzer cookie cutters alot better than the rest out there; I would recommend them to all bakers.Published on February 8, 2014 by Angela
Love these, they work well, make great cookies alone or as a sandwich, easy to take apart and put back together. Make a short bread cookie with them. So many ways to decorate.Published on June 7, 2011 by C. Belfield