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Wilton Cookie Master Plus Cookie Press

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  • WILTON-Cookie Master Plus Cookie Press
  • Battery-operated cookie press
  • Perfect for your favorite spritz cookie recipe
  • Choose from 12 aluminum disc designs
  • Also includes 4 accent tips for filling or adding detail to savory dishes
  • Includes 2 bonus recipe booklets: Sweet & Savory Recipe Books
  • Consistency is key to product's performance; thick or cold dough is not recommended
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Dimensions 11.9 inches x 2.75 inches 10.88 inches x 3.45 inches 11 inches x 3 inches 8.5 inches x 5.5 inches
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Our cordless cookie press is so powerful and easy to operate, you'll use it all year to create cookies, appetizers, desserts and more. Exclusive patented reverse action means there's no need to take press apart for refilling. Ergonomic design is shaped to fit in your hand for excellent comfort. Perfect for making spritz cookies!

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Product Dimensions 2.8 x 2.8 x 11.9 inches
Item Weight 2.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Wilton
ASIN B0000VMEYY
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Item model number 2104-4008
Batteries 4 AAA batteries required.
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3.0 out of 5 stars 101 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #163,680 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#85 in Kitchen & Dining > Bakeware > Baking Tools & Accessories > Cookie Presses
#55,701 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets
Date first available at Amazon.com September 9, 2003

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I bought one of these to make cookies for Christmas last year and I thought it was wonderfully easy to use. In no time at all I had nice little rows of dough ready to go in the oven. I remember making cookies like this as a kid with my mom's mechanical press and it was so hard to push the lever down that I couldn't even do it. With this, all you have to do is push a button and voila. It did take me a few tries to figure out how long to hold it down for the best shape but once that was done, it was a breeze. I used a baby bottle cleaner to get the tube good and clean and I had no cleaning issues.
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This looks exactly like the one I bought at a craft store for $20 on sale. It is battery powered (4 AA batteries so very heavy). It took me twice to three times as long to make my spritz cookies as with my mechanical press. This was because: (1) the button was hard to press down so I had to rest my hand after a while, (2) the thing strained to push the dough down, squealing and screeching the whole time, quitting dead every so often,(3) the dough got past the plunger so you couldn't fill it up the whole way after the first time, and (4) I had to scrape an awful lot of mushed dough out of the bottom because it just would not release. I never had such problems in all my years of making spritz cookies. Plus, it apparently is not dishwasher safe as the instructions say to handwash it. I took it back and told the store that this thing was defective (I'm not sure if they were designed that way or just this one had problems) and they refunded my money. Also, it does not have a wreath disk, instead it has a pumpkin disk--what's with that? BTW, I used good batteries. I will never get another electric press. I thought Wilton was a quality brand but I would not buy a cookie press made by them.
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After reading the reviews, I was hesitant on the purchase. I did a trial run with the standard spritz cookie recipe. Sure enough, did not work, not enough power to push the dough through. Then I recalled watching a youtube demo and I noticed that the dough they were using had a very gooey consistency. I revisited the recipe and added more milk until I got a gooey consistency. I would guess 3/8 c of milk. Viola, the press worked like a charm. Started popping out cookies as fast as pulling the trigger. Plenty of power for this gooey dough. Bottom line, make sure the dough is super soft. Definitely a 5 star item.

The cookies are on the small size and they bake super fast. I remove when they just start turning brown at the edges. I prefer them on the soft side.

1 c soft butter, 1 c sugar, 1 egg, 2tsp vanilla, 1/3-1/2 c milk, 3 c flour.

UPDATE: Been a year and did another batch for this years cookie marathon. Followed the above recipe and it worked just fine. This unit is fickle on the consistency of the dough. Can't be too hard nor too gooey. Be sure that the pan is room temp or cooler. The cookies dough popped out of the chute like pop corn. Be wary on the timing of pulling the trigger and releasing from the cookie pan--a quick two count should do.
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Tried two of these. The first simply didn't work. The second didn't have enough power to push the dough out. Fresh batteries and their receipe didn't make any difference.
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This is the third Wilton cookie press I have bought. A lesser one cracked on me and I lost an important piece from the one I bought to replace it. I bought this one with high hopes, only to be disappointed. I agree with the first two semi-negative reviews - it was not easy to use, and took me much longer to make my first few batches of spritz cookies - the button is hard to push and the entire process was very time-consuming and frustrating, I almost gave up. I finally got it to work, but overall, I was underwhelmed.
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Spritz cookies are a requirement for Christmas in my husband's family. I'm not talking a batch or two... I typically make 8 batches of spritz and each batch is 3 half sheet pans full. For years I ached and cursed and grumbled my way through cookie making and wished for an easier way.

A few years ago I found this press and my father in law jumped at the chance to buy it for me to support his spritz habit. :) I love it. I can't say enough good things about it.

I use the Joy of Cooking (old version) spritz recipe and I do NOT refrigerate the dough before pressing. It works great right off of the mixer which is a big time-saver. I start with butter that has been softened overnight on the counter and it's a perfect consistency every time.

The trick is to learn the rhythm of the cookie you're making. Sometimes it's a 2 count cookie and sometimes it's a 3. You just listen to the press and count along. When you've found the perfect speed it goes effortlessly from there.

I also use a silpat on my cookie sheet, which may help the cookies adhere a little better. A cold pan helps, too.

I love this press - it does the job and it does it well. I don't end up with a sore arm from cranking out cookies for 2 days straight!
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I received this cookie press a few years ago as a gift but hadn't gotten around to using it until this Christmas. Since it was my first time using it I decided to use the recipe for spritz cookies that comes in the package. I got the thing all cleaned up and put in brand new batteries. Then I made the dough per the directions. Then I attempted to use the thing. I found button was easy enough to press, and the directions were pretty clear, however, the dough would not release from the press onto my pan. I tried releasing it onto waxed paper, that didn't work any better. I tried switching to a different plate, no luck. Finally after playing around for an hour I pitched the dough. I'm not sure if it works for appetizers but I would NOT recommend this press for making spritz cookies.
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