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OXO Good Grips Cookie Press Springtime Disk Set
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- Set includes Disks in the shapes: Cherry Blossom, Rose, Love, Double Heart, Shamrock, Bouquet
- Custom disks perfect for making batches of consistent, festive cookies
- Includes six 1.875" diameter stainless steel disks
- Dishwasher safe
- For use with OXO Good Grips Cookie Press; fits in storage case
OXO Good Grips Cookie Press
Make batches of fun. Use your disk set with the OXO Good Grips cookie press for consistent cookies every time.
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|Dimensions||5.25 inches x 7.5 inches||8.5 inches x 5.5 inches||10.88 inches x 3.45 inches||x|
|Item Package Weight||0.3 pounds||0.65 pounds||1.45 pounds||0.75 pounds|
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OXO Good Grips Cookie Press
Make batches of fun, consistent cookies for any occasion.
A Pressing Matter. ..
Perfect Shapes Every Time
Creates consistent cookies every time that bake evenly.
Non-slip base keeps Cookie Press steady while dispensing.
Large, non-slip lever is kid-friendly and comfortable for repetitive use and won’t strain your hand through dozens of cookies.
Disassembles for easy loading and cleaning.
Add autumn and springtime seasonal disk sets to make baking easy and festive all year. Then check out OXO.com/recipes for delicious cookie recipe suggestions!
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|Length: 6:23 Mins|
Cream Cheese Spritz
1 cup butter (sticks)
3 ounces cream cheese
1 cup sugar
1 egg yolk
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 - 1 teaspoon other flavoring (orange, lemon, almond are all good), optional
1/4 teaspoon salt
2 1/2 cups flour
Directions: Beat room temperature butter and cream cheese together until softened and well blended. Beat in sugar, then beat in the egg yolk, salt and flavorings. Stir in the flour until well combined and dough holds together. Use immediately. Bake at 350F 10-14 minutes, depending on the shape. The cookies are done when there is just the faintest golden edge at the base. Makes about 8 dozen.
NOTES: You can substitute baking margarine for the butter &/or lowfat cream cheese for the regular. If you want to make the dough and then hold it overnight in the fridge, allow it to soften and come back to room temperature before you attempt to use it.
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I love spritz cookies - little buttery, crisp cookies that are perfect with tea or lemonade or even just by themselves. They're easy to make too - as long as you have the right cookie press.
For many years the "right" cookie press in my house was the Mirro that I got as a teen.Read more ›
I like the Kaiser but I'd recommend this one over it. First of all, the price is much more reasonable. This is still a solid press, so don't think that the lesser price here means lesser quality.
There are a few other advantages this one has:
--The clear tube lets you know how much dough you have to go. I'd say the two hold about the same amount but I like knowing if I should squeeze one more cookie on to the pan or get out another for the amount of dough left in the tube.
--its easier to wash. The Kaiser doesn't come fully apart and it is more difficult to wash--especially since it is hard to see into the tube.
--there are more disks available for this machine! I don't know why more companies dont do this but it is a real bonus for cookie fans.
--I love the disk storage. I hate having these things rolling around in a drawer so the case is a really nice bonus.
The clearly-illustrated booklet also features three starter recipes: cream cheese spritz dough, butter dough (with a lemon poppyseed variation), and chocolate shortbread. I tried the chocolate shortbread and lemon poppyseed, and would make them both again (see photos above). I also want to try making cheese straws and savory recipes with this. As long as it's a soft dough (the book even mentions that refrigerated doughs are not recommended), I'm guessing it will work with this press.
A few tips that may help:
*Make sure that you press the dough firmly into the barrel as you fill it to avoid air pockets.
*Use a cool, ungreased cookie sheet. If rotating out sheets, make sure it is cool before adding new cookies.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are perfect for making spritz cookies. I like that they are different than the normal spritz that everyone else makes.Published 5 days ago by Beth M. Schaefer
I cook often but have had issues with the product. The cookies will not release.Published 1 month ago by Sandy Martin
Great cookie press-durable - cleans easily, and easy to use . Several disks for different shapes included .Published 1 month ago by SW
At first I was frustrated that they wouldn't stick, but then I realized that my cookie sheet was very smooth, so I switched to a different cookie sheet with a bit rougher surface... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bunny
I had a craving for spritz cookies at Christmas time and decided to buy a cookie press. After researching and reading reviews, I'm so glad I purchased this one. Read morePublished 2 months ago by ndp2014