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Roshco 100-Piece Plastic Cookie Cutter Set

by Roshco

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  • Cutters form cookies in a huge array of fun, educational shapes for kids
  • 100 shapes include numbers, letters, geometric forms, animals, plants, vehicles
  • Sports (baseball bat, tennis racquet, etc.), seasonal (Santa, pumpkin, etc.)
  • Symbols (dollar sign, question mark, etc.), miscellaneous (umbrella, etc.)
  • Cutters are stiff, durable plastic--dishwasher-safe--in many colors
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 14.4 x 14.6 x 11.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004SCOJ
  • Item model number: 28676
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #128,373 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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With 100 shapes to choose from, this cookie cutter set offers kids the perfect combination of fun and education. Placing the cutters in their various categories, for example, is a playful exercise that teaches abstract logic and builds confidence. Categories include letters, numbers, geometric forms, animals, plants, vehicles, symbols (such as a dollar sign and a question mark), seasonal themes, and miscellaneous shapes such as an umbrella and a bell. The cutters are formed of stiff, durable plastic, are colorful and fascinating enough to be used outside the kitchen, and are dishwasher-safe. A tip to grandparents: keep this set handy as a special treat, unique to your home, for little visitors. --Fred Brack

Product Description

100 Piece Cookie Cutter Set

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Customer Reviews

The dough sticks to the cookie cutters, even if you grease them.
J. Case
We have the best memories of making cookies with our grandmother, and my sister had just recently got into baking.
Amber W.
A variety of shapes and objects, as well as numbers, letters & shapes!
Amazon Customer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

686 of 690 people found the following review helpful By Dean Chung on May 29, 2000
These are high-quality sturdy plastic cookie cutters. Their sizes range from 2" to 4", and they come in a large variety of shapes. Although there are some holiday themed cutters, they do not dominate the set so people of all cultural backgrounds should be able to find shapes that they would like.
Here is an enumeration of what comes in the set:
26 letters
10 digits
15 animals (duck, cat, horse, elephant, sparrow, butterfly, giraffe, turkey, mouse, lion, fish, rabbit, deer, teddy bear, dog)
3 dinosaurs (t-rex, stegasaurus, brontosaurus)
3 plants (flower, shamrock, fir tree)
10 shapes (square, octagon, cross, five-pointed star, arrow, diamond, pentagon, circle, rectangle, triangle)
4 sport-themed (football, hockey stick, baseball bat, tennis racket)
12 vehicles (3 part train set, boat, car, bus, chopper, truck, bicycle, motorcycle, plane, rocket)
4 symbols (heart, dollar sign, question mark, note)
7 seasonal (Santa, witch, pumpkin, snowman, draedle, gingerbread man, egg)
6 miscellaneous (umbrella, bell, ice cream cone, US map, flag, hand)
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45 of 45 people found the following review helpful By ChristineMM TOP 1000 REVIEWER on July 31, 2002
This huge set is a real bargain at 100 cutters for [the price]. I especially was drawn to these because it contains all the letters of the alphabet and all the numbers. I had been looking for letters and found one set that was nearly $30 for just the 26 letters. You can easily see why this set is a bargain.
I have used this so far on cookie dough only, traditional homemade sugar cookie dough intended for use with cookie cutters. I found the cutters with the solid back part (such as the cone part of the ice cream cone) were very hard to separate from the dough, rendering the imprint/cookie cutout completely ruined. This was the case for all the ones that had a solid backing section. The cutters with clear backs (such as the letters) were fine. I was dipping them in flour first...to no avail.
Another problem that causes me to give this a three star rating is that some of the detailed (and interesting to my children) cutters such as the transportation vehicles have such tiny sections--the dough stuck to them and would not release them and it broke off and therefore was ruined. I put the offending cutters aside and plan to go through it (alone) and take out the ones that simply don't work to save the children disappointment and tears, which did happen with the above mentioned incident.
I have not tried this on inedible play dough recipes yet so I don't know if the above problems are unique to cookie dough.
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63 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Joanna Daneman #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 22, 2001
While these are too much fun for cookie parties (see the set of 12 paste food colors to make fun icings for cookies) you can use these for other things.
Kids love to play with modeling clay. You can make salt dough as an inexpensive and fun toy and use it along with these cutters. To make salt dough you need: 4 cups flour 1 cup plain or iodized salt 1-1/2 cups hot tap water
Pour the hot water and salt into the bowl and stir for 1 minute. The grains of salt will not completely dissolve. Add the flour and stir until the water is absorbed. To make colored dough, add 1/4 cup liquid tempera paint to the water before adding it to the flour.
Knead for several minutes until smooth and clay-like. To preserve salt dough creations for posterity, bake the dough on a cookie sheet at 325 F for about two hours. Dough should be solid throughout, including the thickest parts. Store dough in a plastic bag or covered container. Use the dough within 24 hours.
You can varnish the finished, baked dough with urethane varnish. This technique can be used to make centerpieces for holidays.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Kelly A. Tanner on September 10, 2003
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The detailed pieces are too small to form cookies and the cookies get stuck in them. I wasn't able to use them and had to resell them.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Jarjar Barbar on December 8, 2004
Hmm... Roshco 100-Piece Plastic Cookie Cutter Set - simply value for money!

If you have kids below 16, go for it.

As for me, I am forever young at heart especially with this 100 cookies cutters!

As for baking, some of the cutters are so BIG (so will be the cookies! I have to watch my weight!), unless you have a baking party for kids.

Each kid get to choose their favourite cutter to bake the cookies. Parental supervision is a must since the cookies dough do get stuck on some cutter.

At the end of Baking Day, each kid get to bring home - their prized cookies of the favourite shape! Hey MUM, LOOKED! My football cookies!

Another option, kids can draw outline of the various cutter on Art and Craft Day, and PAINT their Mona Lisa masterpiece!

Whatever you want to do with this cutter, simply limited by ones's imagination!

Exploit and explore.

I am sure many did especially with the alphabet and number cutters.

psst...the cutters occupy reasonable amount storage space.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Kala TOP 500 REVIEWER on November 15, 2003
This set is good for kids, especially with play-dough! For making cookies, it's not as great - the cookies sometimes get stuck and it's a little difficult to work with, but they DO work! Considering how cheap they are, they are still a very good buy! Highly recommend!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie Manley VINE VOICE on November 13, 2002
Let's face it, these cookie cutters are best used for cooking with kids, or letting them play with them. They do have many different basic shapes and will carry you through all of the holidays. They are good for playing with clay, or making cookies if you are not too finicky. These cutters do not always release well, and you do need to baby them along a bit if you want perfect results. In my opinion if you were looking for the perfect cookie cutter you wouldn't be buying a package of a 100 of them for such a low price. I think they are great for everyday. Be patient, or give them to the kids to play with. They are lot of fun
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