Pro cookie maker !!!
Make the perfect holiday cookies this season with the Pro Cookie Maker! Surprise your family and friends with perfectly shaped delicious cookies. Making cookies has never been simpler. Just load up the Pro Cookie Maker with your favorite cookie dough and place perfectly shaped cookies on the baking sheet as you release the lever. Get perfectly homemade cookies in minutes, with 20 different molds the variety is endless! Buy it now!
- prepare cookies easily and quickly
- decorate bowls, desserts, sandwiches, canapés, recheie donuts , etc.
- Simple and convenient design that makes baking fast and fun
- make 1000 different cookies using various molds
- the ergonomic mold of the Pro Cookie Maker is made of anodized aluminum so that no residue is thrown into the dough.
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Cookie Fun Facts
The first commercial cookie in the U.S. was the Animal Cracker, introduced in 1902.
The Oreo, the best-selling cookie of the 20th century, was developed and introduced by the American company Nabisco, in 1912.
July 9th is National Sugar Cookie Day.
December 4th is National Cookie Day.
The U.S. leads the world as the biggest cookie bakers and eaters, spending more than $550 million annually on Oreos alone.
The Girl Scouts first began selling cookies In the 1920s.
In 1989, New Mexico named the ‘bizcochito’ its official state cookie. Bizcochito, derived from the spanish word ‘bizcocho’ which means biscuit, is a delicious shortbread cookie flavored with anise and topped with cinnamon sugar.
The U.S. has a National Cookie Cutter Historical Museum located within the Joplin Museum Complex in Joplin, Missouri.
The official state cookie of both Massachusetts and Pennsylvania is the chocolate chip cookie.
Early American tinsmiths began making cookie cutters by hand back in the 1700s.
Christmas cookies date back to Medieval Europe.
American cookie jars evolved from British biscuit jars and first appeared on the scene during the Depression in the 1930s when housewives began making more cookies at home, rather than buying them at the bakery, and needed containers for them.
The top 10 selling commercial cookies in the U.S. are:
Nabisco Chips Ahoy
Nabisco Oreo Double Stuff
Pepperidge Farm Milano
Private Label Chocolate Chip
Little Debbie Nutty Bar
Little Debbie Oatmeal Cream
Nabisco Chips Ahoy Chewy
Nabisco Nilla Vanilla Wafers
Private Label Sandwich Cookies