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CuteZCute Animal Friends Food Deco Cutter and Stamp Kit
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- All-in-one Bento Multifunction Cooking Tool - Cookie Cutter, Rice Mold, Sandwich Cutter and more
- Use to stamp Bread, Cookies and Pie to make cute happy Animal faces indentation
- Cute assistant Panda Pick to help ensure Clean detail cutouts
- Complete 6 piece kit for creating Pig, Panda, Cat and Frog shaped food
- Fully BPA Free, Food Grade, Top Rack Dishwasher Safe, International SGS Certified, Designed in the USA
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All-in-one decorative cooking tool that works with all types of users needs from bread, cookie, rice, meat, cheese, pancake, thin-sliced vegetable, fruit leather, watermelon and more. Great for both a beginner and a pro bento-err to create cute food fast. The Cute Animals shapes entices picky eaters to want eat and explore new foods. Top rack Dishwasher safe. This is a 6-piece set that includes cutters/stampers and an assistant pick. - 1 outer face cutter (frame) 3 7/8 x 3 1/8 inch wide x 1 1/16 inch deep - 4 animal friends characters cutters and stamps (panda, cat, frog, pig) that can be used as a food cutter and a bread stamper. One side is sharper and used as a food cutter, while the other side is used as a stamper for bread, cookie, pastry press and more. 3.50 x 3.75 x 1.29 inch deep - 1 cute happy panda assistant pick, help you clean the product by poking out the leftover food that may get stuck. 3.25 inch long Use this set as a bread stamp, sandwich cutter, thin-sliced meat cutter, hamburger mold, rice mold, seasoning (spice or furikake) mold, cheese cutter, cookie cutter and stamp, pastry press, play dough mold and many more. How to use - For stamping, use the stamp side to press on soft bread or use as pastry press. This function allows you to create cute bread within a few seconds. For example, breakfast toast or sandwich. Great for a busy persons. - For cutter, use the longer bevel side of the cutter to cut. Twist the cutter back and forth (with pressure) Use the assistant pick to help release the food out of the cutter without damaging the shape. The small cut-out can be used to create many different shapes and characters. - When cutting delicate food like cheese, use the included panda assistant pick and apply small pressure to tap out the food. Multiple taps around the edges of the shape will help clean release of the food out of the mold.
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1. Use soft bread. Any soft bread works (even flour tortillas).
2. If your bread is not as soft as you want it to be, microwave it for 10-15 seconds.
3. Flatten the bread with your hands or with a rolling pin.**
4. Spread peanut butter/jelly/etc (sometimes I apply spread after cutting face shapes)
5. Press down on the cutter, and wiggle back and forth on your cutting board to make a clean cut (this is true of any plastic cutter)
**Flattening the bread makes it less porous and smoother, which makes it less susceptible to "crack" or for the fibers (for lack of a better word) to break or separate. It also just makes the surface area smoother.
Definitely get acquainted with the pictures, tips and how-to on the CuteZCute website: [...]
Think outside of the box, too: the outer face shape turned upside down transforms into so many other shapes, like:
1. ice cream scoop
just to name a few. If you run out of ideas of how to use this, I came across a ton of ideas on Pinterest and Instagram by searching "cutezcute" (like an adorable Om Nom from Cut the Rope that I totally plan on copying). All in all, at this price, with all the variety and the "Mom, you're such a good cook!" compliments you'll get, it's a steal.
I know it seems obvious but it took me a few tries to get the right technique for a PB&J. Here's how I do it: First use the face cutter to cut or make an impression in a piece of bread. Then spread jelly on the other side. Spread peanut butter on another piece of bread. Lay the first slice on top the second slice, face cuts up, and then use the outside cutter to cut out the whole sandwich.
The best bread to use is the smaller "square" shaped loaves, larger/wider loaves like Pepperidge Farm or Arnold will leave a lot of waste.
This little cutter makes it possible for even me to look like a supermom. It takes only about an extra minute, and it's really easy to make these cute animal sandwiches. I've also punched out shapes on slices of cheese from the deli. Very cute.
So far, I have used whole grain bread and made peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and ham and cheese sandwiches. Both types worked great.
My favorite animal is the bear because the holes are big enough to show up well and be extra-easy to punch out. The other ones are good too, but they have smaller pieces to deal with than the bear does.
1) If you position the cutter toward the far side of the bread, you'll have a nice chunk of sandwich left over after cutting out the animal, so you can include that nice piece also in the lunch instead of wasting the edges (or eating them yourself).
2) The pig's nose has two pieces (nostrils) that have to be stuck on without being connected to the rest of the bread, so they don't stay in place as well. Instead, if you remove the nostrils and leave the main part of the snout on the sandwich (punched out but put back in--it stays in place better since it's in contact with the rest of the bread) it still looks like a pig and doesn't fall apart as easily.
It is definitely easier to use these as a cookie stamp or sandwich cutout than as a cookie cutter. Some of the pieces are hard to use with dough because the faces have pieces that are too close together (the cat) and end up breaking or ripping even if you use flour. But it is not impossible and the kids love this!