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Kuhn Rikon Clear Cookie Press

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  • Press extrudes cookie dough through 14 unique steel disks
  • Tube holds dough for about 30 cookies
  • Comes apart for easy clean up
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Recipes included
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  • Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 5.8 x 2.2 inches ; 6.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00004T136
  • Item model number: 2460
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (153 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,962 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Make dozens of cookies or pastries and decorate cakes in no time with Kuhn Rikon's one-handed cookie press. Lightweight and easy to use, this baking tool is a simple one-handed operation. With 14 different cookie discs you can make whatever type of treat your favorite cookie monsters desire--why not be adventuresome and try a new version every week? --Meg Heffernan

Product Description

Hearts, pinwheels, ovals and squares - make dozens of yummy cookies in a flash with the Kuhn Rikon Cookie Press. The stainless steel trigger mechanism allows easy, one-handed (whether you're left or right-handed!) cookie making using any of the 14 interchangeable discs. A see-through plastic barrel lets you quickly determine how much of the contents are left. It's lightweight and easy to handle. Even kids will get into the fun using this versatile tool. Recipes included.


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Customer Reviews

Easy to use, easy to clean.
Sunny
The top that holds the disk doesn't stay screwed on - the dough gets between the disk and the tube and pushes the top off the press.
S. Mez
The trick to a spritz cookie is the dough, temp of the dough and the cookie sheet you use.
Ashley

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

267 of 271 people found the following review helpful By Food Prep Fanatic VINE VOICE on May 6, 2000
I used other popular cookie presses for holiday baking and found them to be a hassle to operate and to clean, the last one I had didn't provide enough leverage to extrude the dough. Someone recommended this one from Kuhn Rikon and then I ordered it out of a catalog for 1999 Xmas cookie baking. This one is really slick. The trigger grip mechanism allows one-handed operation so you have the other hand free to cut dough or finish forming cookies. I like the see-through body so I know exactly how much material I have left. All the parts are nicely finished and it's really easy to clean. There are lots of choices of dies and tips and I found the star die exactly the right shape for Scandinavian Vannilie Kranser. This is so much better than others on the market!
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72 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Rachael Ferguson on March 12, 2001
I received this press as a Christmas present, and just used it for the first time last night. I have never used a cookie press before, so I can't compare it to any other, but as a first time user, I can say that this was very simple to use and very easy to clean. The cookies come out looking very professional and the extra barrel included in the box made it easy to get ready for the next batch--making the whole process very quick. I am very pleased with mine, and knowing it was this easy to use ensures I will be using it again and again.
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72 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Sherri B. on October 17, 2004
I got this press to replace my old Pampered Chef one in time for holiday baking and am so glad that I did! I just finished my second batch of spritz cookies in record time. I've used four of the 20 plates so far and only had two incomplete cookies, both of which were the first press after a refill using a very intricate plate. The cookies are small and dainty-looking, but are not fragile (a problem I had with the larger cookies made by my old press). The only problem I have with this one is that the plunger is concave instead of flat, which makes the last cookie come out as a blob. Of course, there is no shortage of volunteers in my house to dispose of the "extra" dough, so it's a problem I can live with. I haven't used it as a decorator yet, but plan to in the near future. I am very glad to see that the decorator adapter takes standard tips, so I can easily use the ones I already have in addition to the ones that came with it. All in all, a great product for a great price.

Update: I used the press to fill thumbprint cookies with icing and was very pleased. The press gave me a great level of control and was easier to use than other decorators I've tried.
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Joanna Daneman #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 31, 2003
I don't like making cookies; the process is time-consuming if you do cut cookies or drop. The Kuhn Rikon has a trigger mechanism that ticks off each cookie in record time. They bake quickly (small) and they are welcome in a cookie swap or a gift bag of cellophane decorated with ribbons.
The instructions on the recipe tell you to chill the sheets and not grease them. This is vital to keep the cookie from coming up again after you pull the trigger over the sheet.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 3, 2001
I used mine a few times with pretty good results, but the last time I tried, the trigger mechanism that presses the dough out wouldn't work. It seems to be totally shot and is only a year old. That wasn't worth it, my mom had a metal one for years and years.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By S. Phillips on December 14, 2002
I bake tons of cookies, and I had used my mother's classic Spritz press before, but this press exceeded my expectations as far as quality and convenience. The clear barrel is excellent for seeing how your dough is being pressed, and the dough seems to come out much more evenly than my mother's used to. I read the other reviews listed here and looked for the sharp metal that harmed one of the reviewer's son, but couldn't find anything... maybe that was a defective press? All in all, I definitely recommend this one-- I would have paid more than $[money] for this great value.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Oceana on August 30, 2006
This is my second and LAST cookie press purchase. This gadget saves so much time when baking cookies, crackers or parmesan bars, I now bake more than my family needs, or wants.

It is so easy to handle our 3 year old twins can pop out a sheet of shapes expeditiously.

One thing that made me very happy: the disks even make a circular "drop" shape you can thumb with a cherry or chocolate chip without the spoons, gluck and sticky thumbs. Easy to clean, store, and economical for all it does.

This has changed my kitchen habits, and given me more time to color & dance with the kids during bake sale hell.

note*Be sure to not put the disks in the dishwasher, as the smart instructions say - hubby dropped one accidentally in the silverware basket and it darkened up, which looks funny, but it remains useable.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Madame Seattle on December 17, 2006
I have had a half a dozen Spritz cookie presses over the years - ranging from the most basic metal ones to electric and everything in between. NONE of them ever gave me the results that this press did today. IF you follow the recipes and directions that come with the Kuhn Rikon cookie press, you WILL be able to make beautiful Spritz cookies. Finally. Yes.
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