- HARRY POTTER™ Cookie Cutter Set Sugg. Price $42.50 Our Price $19.96
- Copper Candy Cane Cookie Cutter Sugg. Price $9.95 Sale $4.99
- Williams Sonoma Snowman Copper Cookie Cutter Sugg. Price $9.95 Sale $4.99
- Williams Sonoma Copper Star Cookie Cutter $9.95
- Williams Sonoma Train Copper Cookie Cutter Sugg. Price $9.95 Sale $4.99
- Ice-Skate Stainless-Steel Cookie Cutter $2
- Stainless-Steel Ornament Handle Cookie Cutter Sugg. Price $2 Sale $0.99
- Williams Sonoma Stocking Cookie Cutter Sugg. Price $2 Sale $0.99
- Egg Stainless-Steel Cookie Cutter with Handle Sugg. Price $2 Sale $0.99
Individual Cookie Cutters
Pastry chefs and experienced bakers know that a collection of cookie cutters is a valuable treasure in the kitchen. You can create a variety of cookies, soft sandwiches, fondant shapes and more when you have an array of cookie cutters from which to choose, such as those that we have to offer at Williams Sonoma. Be prepared to make pan after cookie pan of delicious treats for any season or occasion when you order our metal and copper cookie cutters in your favorite designs. Copper and metal cookie cutters are manufactured to cut clean shapes from sugar, gingerbread, and other rolled dough.
You'll get the best results from cookies cut with your metal or copper cookie cutter if you chill the dough for at least 30 minutes before rolling it. Have a bowl of ice water and a clean dishtowel ready near your rolling area. If rolled cookie dough becomes too soft, dip the cookie cutter in the ice water, wipe dry with the dishcloth and attempt to cut the dough again. Another trick to help cookies release is to dip your dry cookie cutters in flour. You want to have no water anywhere around when you use this tip. The coating of dry flour provides a barrier between the cookie cutter and the dough. Extra soft cookie dough can be gathered into a ball, wrapped and refrigerated if a large amount has softened after rolling.
Order plenty of mixing bowls to hold dough and frostings for cut-out cookies. Sturdy ceramic mixing bowls are good choices for dough that must be covered and refrigerated before rolling. Check your cookie recipe to determine the correct height for your rolled cookies. Some ginger bread cookies are rolled out as thin as 1/4-inch while shortbread dough can be rolled out as thick as 1/2 inch. If your oven heats foods unevenly, set a kitchen timer to go off halfway through the recommended cookie baking time. Rotate your cookie pans and close the oven until the cookies are finished baking.
There is a variety of cookie dough you can cut with a metal or copper cookie cutter. Butter cookies, tea cakes, caraway cookies, lemon cookies and molasses cookies are some of the treats that are rolled and cut before baking. Copper cookie cutters are also lovely decorations in their own right. Tie ribbons on the cutters and hang from a tree or a wreath. Copper cookie cutters can be easily and safely cleaned with lemon juice and salt when needed.