6-in. Cook's Tools Cookie Press by Kuhn Rikon
Make more than just cookies using this one-handed Cookie Press. The stainless steel trigger mechanism allows easy, one-handed (whether you're left or right-handed!) cookie or pastry making using any o...; See complete description »
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I needed this cookie press to fill eclairs with a very light custard. The plunger's seating within the tube is not water-tight, so it was a big mess (custard coming out of the back end at the handle.)
I wrapped the plunger with teflon tabe used for PVC pipe fittings, about five wrappings, and it now works perfectly, even if I wanted to inject water into something. The company might wish to improve the seal of the plunger with the addition of some type of gasket. Thank You.
So happy I found this cookie press! This has a huge range of shapes, including nozzles for piping. And, it can go in the dishwasher! Very pleased with this.8 of 9 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
I was very excited about this purchase before I used it. The decorating accessories are wonderful, but the cookie making is difficult. I read the direction over and over again trying to figure out what I was doing wrong. Apparently my dough wasn't chilled enough. It worked half the time I used it. I eventually got so frustrated that I gave up and I haven't used it to make cookies since. The decorating tips are great tho.7 of 7 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
COOKIE PRESS EASE
After trying two other cookie presses that were difficult and time consuming to use, I went searching on the web for an alternative and came across the Kuhn Rikon press. I've used it one time so far, but am very impressed by the no hassles operation and look forward to using it many times in the future. Being a cookie baker, I really appreciate having a press that I can make jam filled and other type of butter cookies with, and expand the variety of my cookie baking.6 of 7 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
I have owned one of these cookie presses for several years, and it finally broke. I was given a Pampered Chef Cookie Press (expensive and very nice), but it did not come with the star tip so that I could make my favorite cheese straws. I ordered another one from you, and I am very satisfied with it.6 of 7 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
6-in. Cookie Press by Kuhn Rikon
Having used an old-fashioned Mirro cookie press all my life, I found that this press generally produced well-shaped cookies more consistently. The quantity (as well as the consistency/temperature) of dough in the tube seems to be important. I have only used it once, so I still need to get the hang of it. This press is certainly much easier on the hands than the old Mirro.
One downside I would cite is the sharpness of the teeth on the plunger. Someone else had written that their child had to go to the hospital with a deep cut from it, and I believe that is possible if you are not careful.
This cookie press is easy to manage an d the tips and disc are srong enough to several uses. This is a good product for the price5 of 7 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
Best Cookie Press
I've been making cookies and cheese straws for over 50 years and this is absolutely the best cookie press ever. It works great for either cookies or cheese straws.5 of 6 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
This cookie press is very easy to use, reasonably priced, and it makes fabulous "Spritz" cookies in a multitude of shapes and sizes (see www.christmas-cookies.com for a variety of great spritz cookie recipes). I would definitely recommend this item to friends and relatives.
The one product improvement I would suggest, however, is to have a specific storage container for the 20 metal cookie disks rather than just the box the press is originally packaged in.
I purchased a back to basic product similar to this product. I was very disappointed in that product. Love this product. The item I like the the most of this product is that it has threaded ends to hold. This makes a huge difference.
I put all my cookies in this!!!!!!! I can do portion control by the clicks- ( i have 3 young children and goodness if one get on bigger than the other). There are plenty of decor. plates- During the holidays we make a ton of cookies - this is a huge time saver. Easy to clean. I wish it came with holiday plates(hearts, pumpkins, eggs ect.) I am sure if I look hard enough I can prob. buy some.
Performed as expected. . .
I bought my cookie press for Christmas 2008 and found it to be well working and handy. I have never used a trigger-operated cookie press before, so it took a little learning on my part, but all of the cookies came out great, even those that were not quite5 of 6 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
Easier that I thought
This is a great value. The dough must be very cool/cold to adhere to the sheets.
The Pillsbury refrigerated dough is a great quick sub for the
Just right for cheese straws
Used to make cheese straws. Works perfectly. Clear container jar assists in getting ready for next batch. Cleans easily.5 of 7 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
World's Best Cookie Press
This is the best cookie press I have ever owned. Easy to use, oneclick feature is a great plus. Clear cylinder is another plus. I have had arthritis in both hands for years and this is the most5 of 7 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
It comes with a ton of disks to make different shape cookies. clear barrel so you can see when you need to fill it back up. So easy to use! It's really fun and great to use with kids as well. Comes with a spritz and chocolate spritz recipe. Love the product but it took WAY to long to arrive.5 of 7 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
I owned an older version of a cookie press, and found that I could no longer twist the top due to arthritis. This cookie press is easy to use and doesn't required hand strength. I didn't rate it a 5 because the design rounds have to be washed by hand.4 of 4 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
6-in. Cookie Press by Kuhn Rikon
This cookie press is the best one I have ever used. I had this metal cookie press that dates back 30-40 years and it was wonderful, but it finally saw its better days. I have since purchased 3-4 different styles (all of the top recommended cookie presses) and they were horrible. I had all but given up on making a spritz cookie again until I found this one. It was so easy to use and my spritz cookies came out beautifully.4 of 4 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
Works great and the price is right. Outperforms more expensive models.4 of 5 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
I haven't even seen a cookie press since I was a child (50 years ago), but I remembered the great cookies my Tante Marie used to make. I thought this one performed very well and was easy to use and clean. I especially liked the rachet feature, which sends just enough dough through the tube for a single cookie. (Some of the design templates worked better than others with this feature.) But the cookies tasted just like they used to and everyone who tasted them said4 of 6 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »