The Best Cookie Press

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OXO Good Grips Cookie Press with Stainless Steel Disks and Storage Case recommended by Skillet Director
Marcato 8300 Atlas Biscuit Maker Press, Made in Italy, Includes 20 Cookie Disc Shapes, Classic Silver recommended by Skillet Director
Wilton Comfort Grip Cookie Press (2104-4011) recommended by Skillet Director
Kuhn Rikon Clear Cookie Press recommended by Skillet Director
Fante's 12007 Easy Cookie Press, The Italian Market Original Since 1906, Silver recommended by Skillet Director
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OXO Good Grips Cookie Press
Marcato 8300 Atlas Biscuit Maker Press
Wilton Comfort Grip Cookie Press
Kuhn Rikon Clear Cookie Press
Fante's 12007 Easy Cookie Press
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OXO
Marcato
Wilton
Kuhn Rikon
Fante's
Prime Benefits
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Price
$29.95
from $51.99
$12.99
$65.00
$20.44
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OXO Good Grips Cookie Press with Stainless Steel Disks and Storage Case recommended by Skillet Director
Title
OXO Good Grips Cookie Press
Brand
OXO
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Price
$29.95
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Marcato 8300 Atlas Biscuit Maker Press, Made in Italy, Includes 20 Cookie Disc Shapes, Classic Silver recommended by Skillet Director
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Marcato 8300 Atlas Biscuit Maker Press
Brand
Marcato
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from $51.99
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Wilton Comfort Grip Cookie Press (2104-4011) recommended by Skillet Director
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Wilton Comfort Grip Cookie Press
Brand
Wilton
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Price
$12.99
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Kuhn Rikon Clear Cookie Press recommended by Skillet Director
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Kuhn Rikon Clear Cookie Press
Brand
Kuhn Rikon
Prime Benefits
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Price
$65.00
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Fante's 12007 Easy Cookie Press, The Italian Market Original Since 1906, Silver recommended by Skillet Director
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Fante's 12007 Easy Cookie Press
Brand
Fante's
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$20.44
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Using Your Spritz Cookie Press

Spritz Cookies Recipe Demonstration

Cookie Press Buyers’ Guide

What is a cookie press?

A cookie press is one of the most comfortable kitchen devices which helps you make cookies with the cutest shapes. The results are so delightful you will feel yourself a professional cook. The presses are usually composed of a cylinder with a presser mechanism. Most of the cookie presses are manual in use, but you can also find electrical ones in the market. These presses are fitted with a metal die-cut disc with different designs. Whenever you buy a cookie press, it usually comes with several platters of different shapes. There are some cookie presses with a form of clover, flower, snowflake, or any other geometrical design. It is a handy device for culinary; however, you should keep in mind to not use cookie press for a dough recipe that is not suitable for extruding.

How to use a cookie press?

It takes a little practice to use a cookie press like a pro. From first glance, you may think it is very simple, but there are a lot of details you will need to practice on.

Use cookie press recipes

For making a tasty dough, there are a lot of methods which you may find attractive. For instance, mixing nuts or chocolate chips; however, the right consistency of the dough is a must for being able to make a cookie with a press, so make sure to use the right ingredients.

Don’t put oil on your baking sheet

The right way for the pressed dough to adhere is to have a bare baking sheet. So, avoid greasing your baking paper to get a good result.

Remove air from a cookie press and then press it!

Right from the start, press a little to bring the dough closer to the disc. Now you are ready to press it to the baking sheet!

How to make spritz cookies?

The spritz cookies are dense and not airy at all. The ingredients you may need for making a spritz cookie are:

– Butter, flour, eggs, and soda.
– A bowl.
– A cooking press.
– Baking sheet.
– Decorative features like sprinkles, melted chocolate, etc.

Instructions:

1. First of all, You will need to preheat the oven.
2. Mix the butter and sugar for about 2 minutes until it is smooth. Add eggs, vanilla extract, or almond extract and mix it for about 1 minute with high speed.
3. Use the cookie press after the dough is ready. It is desired to press out cookies for about 5 cm apart from each other.
4. Cool it in the fridge.
5. Bake for 7-9 minutes until you see the edges become light brown.
6. As you remove cookies from oven and let it cool and put them in an airtight container.
7. Your cookies are now ready to be served!

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Author: Mark Miller

I have graduated The Culinary Institute of America in 2013 and became a chef assistant in one of New York city restaurants. As a talented young cook I began to move up the career ladder – just a few years later I'm worked as a chef in the most prestigious restaurants. Early in my career, I attended many workshops and seminars in Europe and the United States. The training took place at Michelin 3*-4* restaurants and cooking schools.