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Wilton Comfort Grip Cookie Press
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- Plastic cookie press with clear barrel to easily view amount of dough for refilling; fluted bottom raises press off cookie sheet for best results
- Ergonomic handle is easy on your hands
- 12 plastic disks in a wide assortment of shapes including a Christmas tree, wreath, ribbon, pumpkin, heart and flowers
- Hand wash and wipe dry
- Measures 5-1/2 by 2.2 by 8-1/2 inches. Spritz recipe included
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Experience a classic press that is truly comfortable. Its ergonomic handle feels great in any hand and the easy-squeeze action releases perfectly shaped dough. The clear barrel takes the guesswork out of refilling. Fluted bottom raises the press off the cookie sheet to help you create better shapes. Perfect for making spritz cookies!
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2. Wilton Comfort Grip Cookie Press - 9/10 - Nice grip and a piston, the see-through cylinder.
3. NuVita Cookie Press Set - 1/10 - The tube is very small, the plastic holder of the template pops off.
4. Kuhn Rikon Clear Cookie Press - 6/10 - The clear tube, but as for me it is cheaply made.
5. Westmark Germany Multipurpose Stainless Steel Cookie Press and Piping Gun Decorating Kit with Recipes - 4/10 - looks and feels the same as #4, but have a metal tube. A lot of dough left inside the press under the template.
6. OXO Good Grips Cookie Press with Stainless Steel Disks and Storage Case - 8/10 - Nice grip and a piston, the see-through cylinder. Very well made. I don't know why but the butterfly and the flower were almost impossible to press out nicely.
This December, I got out the press again, and again it worked well, until the last bit of dough. Then it stopped working completely, for no apparent reason. I thought at first that my dough had become too soft, so I just made little disk shaped cookies. Today, I tried again, and the press simply would not work, no matter what I tried. It was very frustrating! I ended up shaping the dough into logs and refrigerating them, and I plan to slice and bake them, sort of like ice-box cookies. But, of course, there will be no attractive shapes.
Please, if someone out there knows of a reliable cookie press, respond to this review and tell me about it. I love the look of cookie press cookies, but I have had no luck with them on my own. Thanks!
Edited review--I looked at a comment made in response to another negative review, and I found my problem. The commenter said that the cookie press works like a caulk gun, and that the notched edge of the plunger rod has to be facing toward the handle. I tried this and it worked. Now my only problem is that the directions did not make this clear. Thanks to the person who took the time to write!
However, I liked how the recipe was right there on the box. And the cookies are easy and delicious. And they look pretty (it helps that I added sprinkles). So I'll definitely keep using it. But I'll just be aware that it takes a solid 2hrs from start to finish of baking these.