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Customers have told us that our Original 3D Rolling Pin™ has not only improved their baking skills, but also their relationship with their soulmate, kids or grand kids. Our customer reviews and feedback fuel our passion to make a difference.
Spend quality time with your loved ones
Everyone loves cookies. What better way to make lovely cookies other than with your loved ones ? Specially with your precious little ones.
HOW TO MAKE COOKIES WITH YOUR ROLLING PIN ?
___________ RECIPE __________
1 cup (220g) unsalted butter.
1 1/3 cups (175g) confectioner's (icing) sugar.
1 Egg (room temperature).
1.5-3 Teaspoons extract or emulsion (any flavor).
3 1/3 cups (400-425g) all-purpose flour.
1.Cream together butter and sugar.
2.Add egg and extract and mix well.
3.Sift together flour and a pinch of salt, add to wet mixture little by little until well incorporated.
4.Roll, emboss and cut cookies into desired shapes, dusting with flour as necessary.
5.Bake cookies at 200 Celsius for 7-8 minutes until tops are appear dry rather than shiny.
6.The secret is to pre-heat the oven, and apply the right amount of pressure on the dough.
CARE OF THE ROLLING PIN
Before using, brush it with vegetable oil or olive oil.
Wash dry with a brush first, then if needed with water, soap and dry well before using again!
Do not wash in a dishwasher and try to avoid prolonged contact with water.
Dry it thoroughly and apply a layer of vegetable oil or olive oil (Keep away from direct sunlight).
SEE WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING
Life Saver.Love it.It's been always a pain, at least for me to, during Christmas to design the perfect cookie. Bakery Secrets is saving my Christmas this year. Thanks a bunch! ;)
Best Rolling Pin ever.My husband loves it. He never really liked to help me with all the Christmas chores. Since he is a designer, He tried the rolling and fell in love with the way the cookies turn out.
Will never spend a Christmas without it.My Grand kids can't wait to put their teeth on my Christmas cookies.They went nuts after I baked them a small batch the first time the rolling pin got in.