Wilton 2104-4003 Max Cookie Press
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- See-through barrel and raised bottom
- An easy pump action gives you more control
- Easy instructions and 3 delicious recipes
- Includes 12 disks in favorite shapes
- Hand washing recommended
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I am updating my review (original review is below). As of this writing, I am searching for a new cookie press. This one has served me well... for brief 5-year period of time. In the time that I was able to use it, it worked great. However, the plastic handle has stress cracks at the hinge, and the rachet no longer works properly, causing it to be very hard to press a cookie out. I will be looking for a more expensive all-metal press, and would not recommend this press for more than temporary/light use.
Original Review (2/12/2007):
This is an excellent cookie press!!! I just love it! After having to deal with a very difficult battery-operated one that just got tossed in the trash, I gave this one a try. Boy am I glad I did! It is not hard to press at all, and you get a perfect cookie every time with just one simple click of the lever. I made a batch of cookies 10 times faster than I could with my old finicky battery operated one. Who needs batteries when you can have this? It is very easy to operate (just follow the directions)! I used my old original cutout cookie recipe (but did not chill the dough), and they came out perfectly with this press.
The raised feet are helpful and make it functional, I find continuous ring types impossible to use. The included recipe is decent, and alterable to dairy free with minimal fuss (soymilk and margarine) The plastic plunger does a great job of keeping the dough from seeping around it. It is also top rack dishwasher safe.
It is a fixed volume. This worked OK for me, but I can see it causing possible problems. I find the mechanism uncomfortable to use, you have to hold the tube and operate the lever with the other hand. I also found the barrel to not hold much dough, when packed full I was refilling about halfway through a normal sized cookie sheet (yes, I load my cookies on tight, but no tighter than the gun allows.) There is no means to store the shapes so you will need a box or something.
I plan to replace it with a pistol grip type when this breaks, maybe sooner.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this product only draw back is the amount of times it needs to be filled for one batch of cookies. Who just makes one batch? Read morePublished on February 13, 2014 by Joan Bryan
I bought this to replace the exact same cookie press that broke after 10 years of use. It is easy to use, easy to clean and dispenses just the right amount of cookie dough with... Read morePublished on January 8, 2014 by JShea
This cookie press is great... right up until the plastic cracks at the hinge and the handle falls off. I am very disappointed with this and am in search of a metal handled one. Read morePublished on December 18, 2013 by Prof Leenie
It worked very well. Easy to use. It was very basic and that was a good thing. The price was reasonable as well.Published on January 17, 2013 by Micheal Law
This is a time and energy saving item. With the holidays on the way, it will be put to good use.Published on November 24, 2012 by Diane Borgsmiller
This cookie press is absolutely awful! I just got done making one batch of spritz cookies and I had to peel each and every cookie from the bottom of the press... Read morePublished on December 20, 2010 by Anne Westbrook