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Good Cooking Adjustable Stainless Steel Rolling Pin

Updated April 08, 2017

Good Cooking Adjustable Stainless Steel Rolling Pin

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Reviewed by Arielle Matlin, Editor, TheBestDessertRecipes.com


Cookie makers and dessert bakers, get ready to smile when you use the Good Cooking Adjustable Stainless Steel Rolling Pin.

If you bake regularly, then you know that not all dough thickness is equal. Cookies come in all shapes and sizes, and the rolling pin you use can make a difference.

This Good Cooking Adjustable Stainless Steel Rolling Pin gives you full control of the thickness of your dough. If you want your cookies to be thin or thick, you can pop on the appropriate size disk to what you want and need. There are six sizes of disks (three for each end) with three levels of thickness. There are measurement markings on the rolling pin so you know exactly what size you're getting.

While experienced bakers can appreciate the uniformity that comes with using an adjustable rolling pin, new bakers can benefit as well. This rolling pin will help them roll to a consistent thickness, ensuring any cookies or other baked goods will bake evenly.

The first time I ever made sugar cookies, I had no idea how thick the dough needed to be. I was using an old-school wooden rolling pin, which didn't give me much control over how this I was rolling the dough.

The result was uneven cookies of all different sizes. If I'd had an adjustable rolling pin back then, I would've had more control over the outcome. It really takes out the guesswork.

This rolling pin is stainless steel, making for easy clean-up. A neat trick is that you can pop your rolling pin in the freezer so that the dough won't stick to it when you're rolling.

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