Embossed Rolling Pin
Green Cookware Shop
Regular price $24.95
Most of us simply don't use a rolling pin often enough to justify the space that one takes up. ... I usually make drop biscuits and cookies, so I don't need a rolling pin for those. Once or twice a year, I'll make a pie and need to roll out the crust.
But these days of sitting at home because of the situation with COVID-19, the kids kept asking me to prepare something for them. I made cookies with the new Embossed Rolling Pin and the kids were thrilled. I will also enclose the recipe with you:
How to make Cookies 🍪
- 230g unsalted butter.
- 175g confectioner’s (icing) sugar.
- 1 Egg (room temperature).
- 1.5-3 Teaspoons extract or emulsion (any flavor).
- 1 Teaspoon salt.
- 400-425g all-purpose flour. 👨🏼🍳
- Cream together butter and sugar.
- Add eggs and extract and mix well.
- Sift together flour and salt, add to wet mixture little by little until well incorporated.
- Roll, emboss and cut cookies into desired shapes, dusting with flour as necessary.
- Bake cookies at 200 Celsius for 7-8 minutes until tops are appear dry rather than shiny.
- The secret is to pre -heat well the oven, and apply the right amount of pressure on the dough.
It's a perfect idea for a gift for any occasion, not just for bakers!
- Handmade Item
- Rolling Pin Cylinder Size 20.0cm x 5cm. Total length 35.0cm. Hand wash only
- Materials: wood, beech, natural, ecological
- Rolling-pins can be a really housewarming and pretty gift for your friends, kids and your kitchen. So, you can choose any pattern from our shop or propose your own.
- The wooden rolling pin for making cookies. The dough can be made of salt-, sugar- or ceramic-mass! Use your imagination.
- Due to popular demand, this product takes between 30-35 days to arrive
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