Original web offer details & such: 1 set - $14.95 + $5.95 S&H. Includes: Two-set offer for $27.90 + $6.95 S&H. Sales tax: NJ. Guarantee: 30-day money back (probably minus S&H). Notes: Allow 3-5 weeks for delivery.
M'mmmmmmmmm. Yeah, if we start a review with, "M'mmmmmmmmm," you know there's good things to come. We're willing to give away the ending on this one. Good vibes, good reads and good eats.
The Giant Cookie Cake Pans are ready for you to make domestic bliss with savory creations that will leave us jealous. And we'll take some of your samples if you buy them and make them.
Well, if you want to.
The review is a formality. If you want to skip to the bottom, push the green button and purchase them to make some for us, we won't turn the stuff away :-). But whomever you make them for, we have a feeling you're going to enjoy it. So much so that we found threads that have recipes and tips to keeping the cakes evenly baked.
Sometimes the name just says it all! Creme-Filled sandwich cookie cakes
. Gut-busting, diet-killing, party favorites, giant cookie cake pans were something I wish we had growing up. That way, I'd have even more trouble getting to the gym - and it would be SO worth it! So Worth it!
From this official product site, you'll get the 9-inch pans in a 1 set or 2 set offer - you're choice. We have a strong feeling that whomever you make them for will be happy. How do we know? We'd be happy if you made giant cookie cakes for us!
According to BuyGiantCookiePans.com, Giant Cookie Cake Pans claims the following features and benefits:
- Set of two 9" pans
- Non-stick coating
- Works with any cake mix
- Professional-weight carbon steel for even heating
- Works with most any cake mix
Order Process: The great thing with grass roots campaign is that in order for it to get far enough down the chain for groups like us to take a look at it it usually has to have a clean slate. We checked all the typical online indicators and the closest we got were people who were willing to admit the liked cookies while they were complaining about something else. Yeah, that's a good, scrumptious sign.
Product Performance: We checked around to see what people were saying about this incarnation of the Giant Cookie Cake Pan. Here's what we found:
Sky Mall : It's always a great start to a day when we can have a Sky Mall reference. We checked them out and what little info they have sounds positive. And they make it sound soooo good.
GizModiva : They feature the product and point out how bakers will love the intricate cookie-like details of the baking pans. Ok, seriously: NOW I'm hungry.
We also checked out what people had to say about Giant Cookies in general in order to better gauge demand:
WellTrainedMind : This forum thread discussed some good tips on how to make sure the cookie cake cooks thorough and evenly. For example: covering the edges in aluminum foil ...some good reads.
: Looking for good cookie cake recipes? You'll want to check these threads. There's quite a few recipes that are making me salivate on the keyboard
not really because that would be gross
CakeCentral : Vintage cookie cake recipes. In case you want to do a comparison between the flat cookies before going all out.
And if this don't make you hungry, then just eat protein bars:
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