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What are the difference between dropped cookie,rolled cookies and pressed cookies?

Question by queen4cute: What are the difference between dropped cookie,rolled cookies and pressed cookies?

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Answer by jefferson barnaby
dropped cookies are free formed by dropping mound fulls of dough onto a cookie sheet using a table spoon.
rolled cookies are rolled into a log using parchment paper, chilled until firm then sliced into rounds before baking.
pressed cookies are made by using a cookie press.

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*DIY Cookies Using Cookie Press

*DIY Cookies Using Cookie Press

Ingredient 3 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoonbaking powder 1 1/2 cups (3 sticks) butter, softened 1 cup sugar 1 egg 2 tablespoons milk 1 teaspoon vanill…
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Bratzeli Cookies

Bratzeli Cookies

Bratzeli Cookies

  • Traditional Swiss cookie
  • 6 dozen cookies
  • Ships Monday – Wednesday, except during hot humid Wisconsin weather.
  • A delicious addition to your cookie plates!
  • Cookies only, BRATZELI IRON NOT INCLUDED

New Glarus Bakery’s Bratzeli cookies will make a great addition to your holiday cookie plate. Bratzeli is a thin traditional Swiss cookie made with all butter. Four Bratzeli cookies are made on the iron at a time. Enjoy the warmth of sharing with

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Price: $ 41.95

Sand Dollar Cookies

Sand Dollar Cookies

  • Great Beach Wedding Favors
  • Perfect for Shower Favors
  • Perfect for Beach Parties
  • Makes Nice Decorations
  • Great Tasting Sugar Cookie

Sand Dollar Cookies! Getting hitched near the roar of the ocean? Give guests a sweet treat to remind them of your beach-y event. These sand dollar-shaped sugar cookies are packed in a sand pail with the “Legend of the Sand Dollar” printed on the back

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Kuhn Rikon Cookie Press – Decorating

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Is using a cookie press difficult?

Question by Pineapple Shortcake: Is using a cookie press difficult?
I enjoy baking as a stress buster and I was curious if using a cookie press was difficult in any way (including clean up). I’ve never seen one in use, but thought it would give my cookies a unique appeal since I don’t know many people who use one. I adore those old fashioned, European style cookies.

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Answer by Mr. Grummp
No, they are not difficult to use, you just need to practice a little. I bought one last year at Christmas time, So I will give you a couple of tips:
1) Use the recipe that comes with the press. They made the machine, so they know what combination of ingredients will work best with their machine. Some cookie doughs are too stiff, some are too buttery etc. to work in the press you buy. After you learn to use the press, you can try adapting some other recipe.

2) Chill your cookie sheet. The dough will absolutely not stick to a warm sheet, which will cause you undue frustration. Chill it for a few minutes before you cook your first batch, but more importantly chill it between batches. I like to rinse mine with cold tap water until it is cool to the touch, then dry it really well and stick it in the freezer for a few minutes before making a second batch.

3) Get a good quality cookie press. I got a Wilton because it seemed easier to fill and it comes apart completely for cleaning.

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Can you use food coloring on pampered chef spritz cookies?

Question by britt: Can you use food coloring on pampered chef spritz cookies?
I am going to use the recipe for Pampered Chef Spritz cookies and would like to color the dough. Is that advisable? Has anyone tried it? I plan to use the cookie press to shape them as well.

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Answer by thejanith
Don’t add so much color that it changes the consistency of the dough, and you’ll be fine. They will be very pretty.

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