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Cuisipro Blue Nautical Cookie Cutters
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- Nautical set includes a sailboat, anchor and lighthouse shapes
- Cutters are designed to release dough with ease for a seamless cut
- When not being used, cutters conveniently snap together from smallest to largest for neat, compact storage
- Made from durable plastic, perfect for cookies or canapés
- Dishwasher safe
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Cuisipro tools have been designed to perform each specific task with precision and ease while always meeting the highest standard for quality, comfort, and convenience. Our snap- fit nautical cookie cutter set includes several shapes and sizes. Its perfect ingredient for a fun- filled family afternoon.
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I had great hopes for the new Cuisipro snap fit cookie cutters. I received a nautical set (sailboat, lighthouse, anchor) and a zoo animal set (hippo, elephant, monkey) for review, and I thought they looked great. Mixed sizes and shapes. They snap together for easy storage. They're dishwasher safe. They have nice plastic easy-grip handles. They come in fun shapes. I did wonder whether the fine detail on some of the shapes would get blotted out by cookie spread, but that's what testing is for.
We decided to try the cutters with a sugar cookie dough. It's a traditional dough for using cookie cutters with, after all, and it would have a minimal amount of spread.
First of all, I will say that the shapes are cool. The difference in size between the shapes in a set is rather startling--your cookies will range from small to huge in just three shapes--but that rather makes sense since the cutters have to fit inside each other. I did find that cookie spread eliminated small detail bits.
What I hadn't thought of ahead of time, however, is the problem of releasing the cookies from the cookie cutters. The pamphlet that came with them advertised "durable plastic releases dough with ease." I also tried using the cookie cutters both with and without dipping them in flour before using them on the dough. With normal cookie cutters, which have open tops, I'd reach in with a finger and gently press on the dough around the edges, parting it from the cookie cutter. Because of the handles, there's no way to reach into these and do the same. Unfortunately, I did not find that the cutters released the dough "with ease", and we ended up with a lot of broken cookies! Sadly that detail is kind of a deal-breaker.