6-in. Cook's Tools Cookie Press by Kuhn Rikon

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6-in. Cook's Tools Cookie Press by Kuhn Rikon

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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 of the 14 interchangeable discs. Use it for filling hors d'oeuvres or piping mashed potatoes onto entrees. A see-through plastic barrel lets you quickly determine how much of the contents are left. Barrel measures 6-in. in length and 2.5-in. in width. It's lightweight and easy to handle – even kids will get into the fun using this versatile tool.

  • Cleaning & Care: Dishwasher Safe
  • Material: Plastic/Stainless Steel
  • Origin: China
  • MOST HELPFUL REVIEWS:

  • 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.

    I recommend this product.
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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.

    I recommend this product.
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  • So-so

    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.

    I recommend this product.
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  • Customer Reviews for 6-in. Cook's Tools Cookie Press by Kuhn Rikon

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    4.5 out of 5 stars, based on 102 ratings

    96% of reviewers recommend this product

    96% say this is a "good value"

  • Overall Rating:

    4.5 out of 5 stars, based on 102 ratings

    96% of reviewers recommend this product

    96% say this is a "good value"

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  • Quality

    Seems to be well made and sturdy. Haven't used it yet. Disappointed to find that, although it is Swiss, it is made in China.

    I recommend this product.
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    • January 25, 2014
    • By: Cynthia
    • From: MO
    • I Cook: Every Day

    Cynthia

    Seems to be well made and sturdy. Haven't used it yet. Disappointed to find that, although it is Swiss, it is made in China.

  • Cookie press

    I like the cookie press as far as appearance but have not used it as of yet. I have only had it for a week. I liked the recipes that came with the press and am looking forward to using it with the holidays coming up.

    I recommend this product.
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    • September 9, 2013
    • By: Terri
    • From: TN
    • I Cook: Very Often
    • Style: Family

    Terri

    I like the cookie press as far as appearance but have not used it as of yet. I have only had it for a week. I liked the recipes that came with the press and am looking forward to using it with the holidays coming up.

  • Cookie Press

    This is the best and easiest cookie press I have ever used. (I had an electric version that I got rid of a few years ago.) This press is made in Switzerland....those Swiss know how to make cookies!! It comes with a lot of different cookie presses, including Halloween, which is great. It's a great buy!!

    I recommend this product.
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    • November 27, 2012
    • By: Patti
    • From: WI
    • I Cook: Very Often
    • Style: Family

    Patti

    This is the best and easiest cookie press I have ever used. (I had an electric version that I got rid of a few years ago.) This press is made in Switzerland....those Swiss know how to make cookies!! It comes with a lot of different cookie presses, including Halloween, which is great. It's a great buy!!

  • I have only used the cookie press once since I received it a few weeks ago. It takes some getting used to but by the second batch I got the hang of it.
    Great quality, good buy, I would definitely recommend to others.
    Can't wait to start my Xmas baking :)

    I recommend this product.
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    • October 27, 2011
    • By: Doris
    • From: TX
    • I Cook: Very Often
    • Style: Family

    Doris

    I have only used the cookie press once since I received it a few weeks ago. It takes some getting used to but by the second batch I got the hang of it.
    Great quality, good buy, I would definitely recommend to others.
    Can't wait to start my Xmas baking :)

  • 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.

    I recommend this product.
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    • January 17, 2011
    • By: Judy
    • From: NC
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family

    Judy

    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.

  • Easy to use, easy to clean

    This cookie press is a great value and is very easy to use and clean. But do follow the directions! It isn't kidding when it says don't use parchment paper or a non-stick cookie sheet. It needs a little "stick" in order for the cookie to loosen from the press and stick to the cookie sheet. Once we got the hang of it, we had a ball with it! My eight-year old friend was an expert in about 10 minutes!

    I recommend this product.
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    • December 28, 2010
    • By: Lynette
    • From: PA
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family

    Lynette

    This cookie press is a great value and is very easy to use and clean. But do follow the directions! It isn't kidding when it says don't use parchment paper or a non-stick cookie sheet. It needs a little "stick" in order for the cookie to loosen from the press and stick to the cookie sheet. Once we got the hang of it, we had a ball with it! My eight-year old friend was an expert in about 10 minutes!

  • I bought this cookie press to make cheese straws and it works great! I was given a stainless crank style cookie press by Kuhn Rikon several years ago and loved it but they discontinued that model. This one works just as well if not better. Great product!

    I recommend this product.
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    • August 25, 2010
    • By: Emily
    • From: GA
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family

    Emily

    I bought this cookie press to make cheese straws and it works great! I was given a stainless crank style cookie press by Kuhn Rikon several years ago and loved it but they discontinued that model. This one works just as well if not better. Great product!

  • Great cookie press - it works!

    My mother had one of these years ago and it was awful to clean and use. So I waited quite sometime to get one, fearing that it would be just as difficult to deal with. But I went with the reviews on this one and they were very reliable. It works really well if you follow the directions (on click per cookie) and it's easy to use and clean. So far I've only used the cookie recipes that came with the directions and they were great. My only comment is that it's a little difficult to fill with batter, but I'm sure I'll get better at it with practice. I would definitely recommend this to anyone that wants to buy one.

    I recommend this product.
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    • December 29, 2009
    • By: pamela
    • From: NY
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family

    pamela

    My mother had one of these years ago and it was awful to clean and use. So I waited quite sometime to get one, fearing that it would be just as difficult to deal with. But I went with the reviews on this one and they were very reliable. It works really well if you follow the directions (on click per cookie) and it's easy to use and clean. So far I've only used the cookie recipes that came with the directions and they were great. My only comment is that it's a little difficult to fill with batter, but I'm sure I'll get better at it with practice. I would definitely recommend this to anyone that wants to buy one.

  • great product!

    I bought this cookie press specifically for making cheese straws. I had bought a cheap version at Target first and on the second use, the think completely broke. So after reading reviews, I bought this model and have been very pleased. It works well, and even has a specific disk for making cheese straws! I would recommend using their recipes, because they tend to come out better.

    I recommend this product.
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    • October 21, 2009
    • By: Kelli
    • From: AL
    • I Cook: Very Often
    • Style: Family

    Kelli

    I bought this cookie press specifically for making cheese straws. I had bought a cheap version at Target first and on the second use, the think completely broke. So after reading reviews, I bought this model and have been very pleased. It works well, and even has a specific disk for making cheese straws! I would recommend using their recipes, because they tend to come out better.

  • This was really easy for my 7 year old to use. I bought it for her to help make cookies. When we don't have time for cookie cutters and I dont want the mess, this is perfect. It allows her to make shapes and do it all quickly. We also used it to ice cupcakes and they turned out pretty good. It was easy to use and easy cleanup.

    I recommend this product.
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    • October 19, 2009
    • By: LYNNETTE
    • From: IN
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family

    LYNNETTE

    This was really easy for my 7 year old to use. I bought it for her to help make cookies. When we don't have time for cookie cutters and I dont want the mess, this is perfect. It allows her to make shapes and do it all quickly. We also used it to ice cupcakes and they turned out pretty good. It was easy to use and easy cleanup.

  • Super easy to use, I am able to make perfectly sized and shaped cookies with just a pull of a trigger. My cookies have never looked so professionally-made! Decorating is also fun and easy with this handy tool. I love it!

    I recommend this product.
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    • January 23, 2009
    • By: Susan
    • From: CA
    • I Cook: Very Often
    • Style: Family

    Susan

    Super easy to use, I am able to make perfectly sized and shaped cookies with just a pull of a trigger. My cookies have never looked so professionally-made! Decorating is also fun and easy with this handy tool. I love it!

  • Easy to use, super convenient. It works much better than the old cookie press that this replaced. I'll probably make cookies more often now.

    I recommend this product.
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    • January 23, 2009
    • By: Susan
    • From: CA
    • I Cook: Very Often
    • Style: Family

    Susan

    Easy to use, super convenient. It works much better than the old cookie press that this replaced. I'll probably make cookies more often now.

  • 6 in. cookie press

    I can't say enough good things about this product. I have been using the traditional cookie press from the 50's which worked good but this item is wonderful and fast. It made making my spritz cookies so fast. The fact that I can use it for icing is just an added plus. No fumbling around with the icing bag(which is many years old and is starting to leak) Also delivery was fast, just in time for my Christmas baking. Wonderful product and easy to clean.

    I recommend this product.
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    • January 19, 2009
    • By: Yvonne
    • From: OH
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family

    Yvonne

    I can't say enough good things about this product. I have been using the traditional cookie press from the 50's which worked good but this item is wonderful and fast. It made making my spritz cookies so fast. The fact that I can use it for icing is just an added plus. No fumbling around with the icing bag(which is many years old and is starting to leak) Also delivery was fast, just in time for my Christmas baking. Wonderful product and easy to clean.

  • good value for price

    Nice quality and all the attachments are great. Only had trouble with getting machine to release each cookie because I don't know at what temperature dough releases from machine the best. First it was too cold, then dough seemed to be too soft or warm. How can you tell the right consistancy and temp. of dough? I had to double click at times to get dough to release. Wish the cylinder held more dough because you are always refilling it. Wish there were more than a couple of spritz recipes included with machine. Would recommend for quality to other customers. After I use it more, I may find it better to use without dough sticking to disk and not the cookie tray.

    I recommend this product.
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    • January 8, 2009
    • By: Elaine
    • From: NJ
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family

    Elaine

    Nice quality and all the attachments are great. Only had trouble with getting machine to release each cookie because I don't know at what temperature dough releases from machine the best. First it was too cold, then dough seemed to be too soft or warm. How can you tell the right consistancy and temp. of dough? I had to double click at times to get dough to release. Wish the cylinder held more dough because you are always refilling it. Wish there were more than a couple of spritz recipes included with machine. Would recommend for quality to other customers. After I use it more, I may find it better to use without dough sticking to disk and not the cookie tray.

  • NIce but I'll stick with my old Mirro press..

    First let me say that I'm a seasoned baker. I also use many other Kuhn Rikon products and am quite pleased with their quality and durability. This cookie press is well made and seems quite sturdy but here are two things I don't like about it. 1)--- the ratchet squeeze trigger is not consistent. I did follow directions EXACTLY but the first 10-12 cookies were very small, followed by 6-8 really large cookies and then the rest of the cookies came out a normal size. This happened EVERY time and was quite frustrating as I made about 30 dozen cookies using this press over a two week period. 2)---The tube itself is too small! I had to stop and add more dough to the tube so I could finish filling the sheet with cookies. ----Although this cookie press does an okay job, I would not recommend it because I lost time either refilling it or redoing cookies that didn't come out right. For the amount of time I spent using it I could just as easily used one of my older Mirro presses with more consistent results and not have to refill with dough before the cookie sheet was filled up.

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    • December 29, 2008
    • By: Jean
    • From: NM
    • I Cook: Every Day

    Jean

    First let me say that I'm a seasoned baker. I also use many other Kuhn Rikon products and am quite pleased with their quality and durability. This cookie press is well made and seems quite sturdy but here are two things I don't like about it. 1)--- the ratchet squeeze trigger is not consistent. I did follow directions EXACTLY but the first 10-12 cookies were very small, followed by 6-8 really large cookies and then the rest of the cookies came out a normal size. This happened EVERY time and was quite frustrating as I made about 30 dozen cookies using this press over a two week period. 2)---The tube itself is too small! I had to stop and add more dough to the tube so I could finish filling the sheet with cookies. ----Although this cookie press does an okay job, I would not recommend it because I lost time either refilling it or redoing cookies that didn't come out right. For the amount of time I spent using it I could just as easily used one of my older Mirro presses with more consistent results and not have to refill with dough before the cookie sheet was filled up.

  • YES!

    I had an identical cookie press for 20 years and loved it. When it finally broke I bought a Pampered Chef cookie press, but it would only work with their cookie recipes. Then I went shopping on Foodnetwork and found my old cookie press that I loved. I immediately purchased it and when it arrived, I was able to make my cookies again just like the old one. It had the same metal cookie shapes and the click when you pull the trigger. There is a trick to using a cookie press and sometimes the dough will stick, but at least it's not every time you pull the trigger like my Pampered Chef one. But I love this cookie press and would recommend it. Great value.

    I recommend this product.
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    • December 29, 2008
    • By: Patricia
    • From: FL
    • Style: Family

    Patricia

    I had an identical cookie press for 20 years and loved it. When it finally broke I bought a Pampered Chef cookie press, but it would only work with their cookie recipes. Then I went shopping on Foodnetwork and found my old cookie press that I loved. I immediately purchased it and when it arrived, I was able to make my cookies again just like the old one. It had the same metal cookie shapes and the click when you pull the trigger. There is a trick to using a cookie press and sometimes the dough will stick, but at least it's not every time you pull the trigger like my Pampered Chef one. But I love this cookie press and would recommend it. Great value.

  • Fast and fun cookie-making tool

    This is the first cookie press I've ever used and I was delighted with the experience. It is very easy to load, use and clean. Once I got the hang of using it my 3 year old god daughter and I made nearly 150 cookies of all different shapes in no time (I did the cookie pressing and she was in charge of sprinkles). The press came with two spritz cookie recipes. They made delicious cookies.

    I haven't had a chance to try the cake decorating tips but I'm guessing they will work quite nicely.

    I recommend this product.
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    • December 22, 2008
    • By: Janice
    • From: DC
    • I Cook: For Special Occasions

    Janice

    This is the first cookie press I've ever used and I was delighted with the experience. It is very easy to load, use and clean. Once I got the hang of using it my 3 year old god daughter and I made nearly 150 cookies of all different shapes in no time (I did the cookie pressing and she was in charge of sprinkles). The press came with two spritz cookie recipes. They made delicious cookies.

    I haven't had a chance to try the cake decorating tips but I'm guessing they will work quite nicely.

  • 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.

    I recommend this product.
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    • August 18, 2008
    • By: ROSE
    • From: AZ
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family

    ROSE

    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.

  • Excelent Quality

    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 price

    I recommend this product.
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    • July 29, 2008
    • By: Yomari
    • From: PR
    • I Cook: Very Often
    • Style: Family

    Yomari

    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 price

  • Its not what I expected

    Its cheaply made. It doesn't work very well. I wouldn't recommend it.

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    • July 28, 2008
    • By: Lisa
    • From: FL
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family

    Lisa

    Its cheaply made. It doesn't work very well. I wouldn't recommend it.

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