You can grab a beautiful rolling pin with pine cones and boughs here, it’s versatile enough that you can use it at any time during the winter. If you’re ready to jump on this trend full throttle, then this set is for you! It’s got Christmas trees, gingerbread men, candy canes, and more. This darling rolling pin would work fabulously for square cookies because it has snowflakes, each in their own border. And this one creates beautiful knitting patterns, which makes them great to cut out mittens and hats. Grab one. Grab them all! Each is sure to create delicate and delicious cookies.
The best way to get crisp lines on your embossed cookies is to make sure your dough is chilled first and then placed in the oven quickly. If the butter in the dough is allowed to get to room temperature, you’ll lose a little of your detail.
Now that you have your rolling pins, it’s time to get your recipes right! These pins work best with a dough that is firm (think shortbread or sugar cookie dough). You can glaze these with a light flavored glaze or use the rolling pin on some marshmallow fondant that gets used as a cookie topper!