Wilton Set of 6 Nesting Star Cutters
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Those with no handles I put in the dishwasher, and the smaller ones in the
The size of your bread will determine how large the sandwich will be
From tip of a star point to tip of a point across, it measures 1 5/8 inches. A star that is cutting on one side. Baking will create expansion of the cookie dough. When the stars are stacked in the graduated sizes and decorated with frosting, sprinkles, etc., this set makes a really cute "tree.".
There was an exact 5 inch measurement from point to point.
Selected User Reviews For Wilton Set of 6 Nesting Star Cutters
The 4th of July party is held at our home every year, so I ordered these for it. To celebrate Independence Day, I cut watermelon into stars, which were then skewered with blueberries and berries In my original search I was just looking for one size star cutter, but on this site I found these at a comparable price and I'm glad I got the variety instead. This made it easy to cut without wasting too much of the watermelon's The best part? It can be put in the dishwasher!.
In addition to my butter pastry having too much handling, I tried cutting stars out with a knife and they came out terrible. My second batch of mince pies came out beautifully (and tasted fantastic too. Ordered via prime and received promptly.
The small, flimsy but somewhat sturdy gloves were quite flimsy considering each was Then I used the star cutters to cut out stars Rice Krispy Treats were cut into shapes and are so cute. . . well, the ones that didn't break that is. This was a hit among guests for a Memorial Day party. I made them in the shape of a heart.
It works very well for dough. I'm pretty happy with the product, on the whole.
It is my hope that these can be used to cut sandwiches. If I wanted to cut the star I would have to cut around with a knife since they are not sharp enough or thick enough. The cookie cutter would be useful for cookies, because the package states cookie cutter, but I think one of the metal ones would be better for PBJ sandwiches.
The cookie I am making features a star cut out in the middle, and I switch the chocolate star for a star with orange insides, and vice It is perfect for making cookies, but the cookie cutters are not very deep, so you won't be able to use the cutter for thick items like a slice of bread when making a star shaped sandwich.
A similar product almost cost four times as much as I did. Then I saw these. I wanted to make a Christmas tree out of stars, but I didn't want to spend a lot of money on the kit. What I had in mind would be perfect with them.