An Old Cookie Press is a kitchen tool used to make uniform cookies or other baked goods. It consists of a cylinder with a plunger on one end and interchangeable disks with different shapes on the other end.
To use an Old Cookie Press, fill the cylinder with dough, attach the desired disk on the end, and press the plunger to release the dough onto a baking sheet. Repeat until all dough has been used.
Yes, an Old Cookie Press can also be used for making churros, cheese straws, and even mashed potatoes. Just make sure the dough is soft enough to be pressed through the disks.
Before cleaning, make sure to remove all dough from the cylinder and disks. Then, disassemble the press and wash all parts with warm soapy water. Dry thoroughly before reassembling or storing.
An Old Cookie Press allows for perfectly shaped and sized cookies, eliminates the need for rolling and cutting dough, and is easy to use and clean. It also offers versatility in creating different shapes and designs for baked goods.