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Labcutter Science Cookie Cutters


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  • Set of four metal cookie cutters
  • Designed to appeal to science geeks everywhere
  • Atom, Flask, Beaker and Test-Tube shapes!

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  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004B9YHLO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,871 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Scientific Cookies are Scientific! Cooking is a very analogue experience. A handfull of this, a pinch of that, blend until it's just so... there's no precision anywhere! That is, until you start baking! Baking is all about chemistry. Balance is key - balancing acids and bases, balancing structure and tenderness, balancing sweet and salty. In all things baking, you need a chemist's approach. This is particularly true of cookies. You can use the protein in eggs for structure, and the fat in the yolks for a nice fatty mouthfeel. Sugar can also be used for structure and sweetness, but if you use powdered sugar, expect flatter thin chewy cookies. If you go with brown sugar, you may need to balance the added acidity with baking soda. And salt. Never ever forget the salt. Even in a sweet sugar cookie, forgetting salt leads to a bland cookie. What you may not know is that shape lends more to the enjoyment of a good cookie than you think. Presentation helps you feel more satisfied when it's appealing. If you're a scientist, these shapes will draw you in immediately! Erlenmeyer flasks, test-tubes, beakers and the stylized electron-cloud atomic structure cookie cutters in this set make your cookies reflect the science with which they were made. No truly scientific baker would ever go without a set of these cookie cutters! Features and stuff * Set of four metal cookie cutters: o Test Tube o Beaker o Erlenmeyer Flask o Atomic Structure * Up to 6 inches tall (test-tube) and up to 3 inches wide (beaker) * 1 inch deep for extra thick cookies!


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These are great, they are cute and really make good cookies.
Taylor Powell
The only suggestion I would make is that they include a color picture of the finished, iced cookies, as that really makes the cookies look wonderful.
Ida's girl
I love them so much I bought a set for my son's science teacher.
Inomni

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Inomni on November 22, 2011
These are soooo fun! They make really big cookies. The cutters are quality, very heavy duty. They are stainless steel, so they clean up really easily. I love them so much I bought a set for my son's science teacher. She thought it was the most creative gift ever! Fun to decorate, we are going to make dough science ornaments for the tree this year. I fully expect to see science cookies on the Big Bang Theory as Sheldon's treat of choice.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Odd_Elf on August 22, 2011
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This set is placed right next to my Ninjabread-Men cookie cutters: top shelf! They cut out generous sized cookie shapes, which makes them twice as fun to decorate. And of course, you can use some completely outrageous colors to make it look like your beaker, ehrlenmeyer flask, or test tube are filled with strange chemical substances. The atom diagram is a classic design (even if dated in the world of real science). Get a set for your laboratory...erm, kitchen!
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By Suzanne M. Parker on February 25, 2014
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I love these cookie cutters. They are just what I need for my science oriented daughter.
Thank you. There are some great decorating ideas on Pintrest for this set.
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By fluorescentgrey on December 19, 2013
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I bought these for my sister who is a chemistry teacher with 3 little kids. I hope she'll enjoy using them to make cookies. They are rather large, but who doesn't love big cookies! The test tube cookie cutter looks like a dildo to me and my boyfriend, but I am sure once you frost it, it would look more like what it's supposed to. Maybe I just have a dirty mind. If this was mine, I'd make lots of dildo cookies and frost them pink, but then again, I don't have kids; I'm a 32-year-old woman with the mind of a 14-year-old boy.
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By Ida's girl on November 28, 2013
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These are just too clever. With not one but two scientists in the family, I was quite pleased with the cookie cutter set. It would be fun for teachers and students as well. The only suggestion I would make is that they include a color picture of the finished, iced cookies, as that really makes the cookies look wonderful. (Without frosting, they would tend to look like just an odd collection of shapes.) Until they do, I would suggest you print or draw a copy of the icing suggestions.
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By Chelsey Hartman on October 30, 2013
These cookie cutters are adorable and the recipe they come with is really good...but they're WAY too big. They're twice the size that they actually need to be. Which means you don't get as many cookies out of a batch as you should.
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