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SUCK UK Cookie stamp - I Love You
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- Cookie stamp with solid, wooden handle
- Base made from silicone rubber - Heat resistant and inert, does not support microbiological growth and is non-stick.
- Stamp has 7.2 cm diameter
- Available in 3 different designs - I Love You, Home Made and Eat Me
- Includes a delicious cookie recipe!
- Base made from silcone rubber - Heat resistant and inert, does not support microbiological growth and is non-stick.
- Includes a delicious cookie recipe
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The Cookie Stamps are a quick, easy and fun way to add some character to your baking! Simply roll out your cookie dough or biscuit pastry, stamp and bake!
Suck UK's Cookie Stamps come with a wooden handle and silicone rubber base, which works not just for cookies, but also savoury pastry, icing and fondants!
The Cookies Stamps are available in 4 different designs:
- I Love you
- Home Made
- Eat Me
Top Customer Reviews
So I would definitely say a firmer, more solid cookie that doesn't have a lot of spread would be the best.
I made sugar cookies the regular way and rolled out some fondant thin. Stamped it with this (cutting around the circle) and used a smidge of buttercream to make it stick to the top of the cookie...perfect!
Also, it works really well on bread. I stamped my son toast and he loved it.
Highly rec wetting or oiling up the stamp before you use it, otherwise it sticks.
Also, use with cookie doughs that don't spread for better results on the finished product. (maybe a solid shortbread?)
I learned a few tricks as I went. Make sure to use a good roll out dough (not drop cookie dough or they will just melt and loose their shape). Also, I rolled the dough into about a golf ball sized ball in my hand and then pressed it into the stamp, rather than pressing the stamp down on the dough. It made it easier to make sure I applied the stamp evenly. I trimmed off the extra the squished over the edge with a pairing knife. And I used different colored sugars to give them a little color and really make the "Eat Me" stand out. Just sprinkled it on and brushed off the excess with my finger, it filled in the letters and stars really well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I made shortbread cookies, for an Alice in Winderland art gallery show, and stamped them with the "eat me" stamp. The cookies were adorable! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dave