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Wilton Cookie Pro Ultra II Cookie Press
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- Designed to be the easiest to fill, most comfortable press you've ever used
- 12 terrific shapes, plus 4 fun mini cookie designs
- Includes complete instructions and delicious recipes
- Non-slip bottom ring keeps press from sliding on cookie sheet
- Instruction and recipe booklet included; wash by hand
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To use the cookie press, insert a shape disk, fill with room-temperature dough that is neither too soft nor too hard, and tighten the plunger rod. One squeeze of the trigger is usually enough to form a cookie. Sixteen disks with different shapes and four mini-shapes are included, along with an instruction and recipe booklet. After use, the press should be washed by hand in hot, soapy water and allowed to dry thoroughly before storing. --Ann Bieri
Top Customer Reviews
The barrel is made of plastic, not glass, which was disappointing.It's fairly sturdy, but also doesn't weigh a ton. It comes apart easily which is nice for cleaning or changing the shape during cookie making. I've read reviews where people complained about the ratcheting action not working - mine worked perfectly, or the dough not sticking (this has more to do with the type of pan you use or the type of dough than the cookie press). Don't buy this press thinking you can use the premade store cookie dough - it's just too thick! The only cookie presses this might be possible with would be professional grade = $$$$$. The recipes Wilton provides are lousy, but you can find many good spritz cookie recipes - check out Recipes.com - that work fine with this press.
Some tips that I've learned after owning this for a while.... refrigerate the cookie press for about an hour before you intend to use it. The colder the barrel, the easier the dough slides through and the better shape you get. Also, try putting your cookie sheets in the freezer for several hours before making the cookies - the dough will stick to a frozen cookie sheet just like your tongue would.
I purchased the Wilton Cookie Pro Ultra II Cookie Press because my Grandmother had the vintage Mirro Cookie Press and made Christmas Spritz Cookies every Christmas. I followed the directions for loading the dough exactly as stated in the directions and the results were perfect!
A few tips:
1. Make sure your dough is at room temperature! Do not use chilled dough!!!
2. Make sure you load dough from the bottom of the cookie press and not from the top. (I took a handful dough and rolled it with my hands to make it somewhat narrow to fit into the bottom of the barrel.)
3. I filled the barrel just over 3/4 of the way with dough. (I could have filled it more.) Then I gave the trigger a few squeezes until the plunger was on top of the dough. At this point I put the Cookie Press on my cookie sheet to make the Spritz cookies. (Note: Your first few clicks with the trigger may not produce a cookie if the plunger is still pressing dough down.)
4. You only have to squeeze the trigger with normal pressure to make it work. You will here a 'click' when the cookie is made. After the 'click' it is time to lift the press and make a new cookie.
My only issue with the Cookie Press is that the barrel is not larger to hold more dough. However, it does make it easier to switch out cookie discs. If I filled the barrel just over 3/4 of the way it about filled one cookie sheet with cookies.
I did not use the recipe Wilton included with the directions. I used my Grandmother's. Her dough worked perfectly with the press. It was soft and pliable, but not sticky, which is a must for Spritz Cookie dough.Read more ›
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I ordered the Wilton Cookie Pro II, I was shipped the discontinued Preferred Press with a sticker stuck on stating Cookie Pro II. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
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