Press Dough! Cookie Maker Initial Facts
Price: 2 - 35-piece sets (70 pieces total) for $19.99 + $8.99 S&H.
FINALLY someone made an edible version of the Pla-Doh Spaghetti Factory ! Wow, when we were kids it was almost impossible for us not to eat the creations. Pla-Doh and all. Now with the Press Dough! Cookie Maker, all kids have to do is wait for a few minutes for "a grown-up" to bake the creations and then the fun begins.
According to buypressdoughtoys.com, the Press Dough! Cookie Maker makes the following claims:
- Make fun, yummy art
- Molds and patterns for making animals, shapes and more
- Use store bought dough or make your own
- Includes the Press Dough! Fun Guide
- Pieces are dishwasher safe so clean up is a breeze
And, no, the cookie dough does not comes with. Who'd want anything other than homemade cookie dough for the press?
From what we can tell, at the time of this writing the Press Dough! Cookie Maker is complaint-free. As long as people follow the instructions, don't let two-year-olds use the little pieces as a chew toy and leaves the baking for the grown ups, then hopefully the only thing the kids and their guardians will have to contend with is the occasional tummy ache. :-)
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