Rolling Pin Guides – Review

Finally picked up a set of rolling pin guides. I’ve been wanting to try them for years. This post may contain affiliate links where I may make a very small profit at no additional cost to you.

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They came as 4 sets of 4 sizes. I don’t use them for everything, but it nice to have perfectly even dough sometimes. Looks better. Bakes better.

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These are the sizes according to color.

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My rolling pin is a little thicker than many of them. Which made the green and blue just a touch hard to get on there.

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But once they were on there, it worked like a charm.

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We went with the biggest one for the Christmas sugar cookies we made back in December. We like ’em big ! No dainty princess bites with our cookies.

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Then I found myself a cute little helper. With lots of attitude, but cute.

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Rollin’ like a boss. It did work great. We encountered no problems with them.

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It’s just that you couldn’t go any wider than the guides, or you’d go through your dough with it. I usually make a much larger piece of dough, larger than the pin, and roll the hole thing out. Seems to go quicker than using small amounts.  I would say that’s the only drawback I had.

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I believe you can get them most anywhere, but I happen to pick these up at Walmart for a few bucks.

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This was the final outcome from the days work.

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We will forever be bakers with even dough from now on. 

Do you use rolling pin guides?

What all do you use them for?

What is your favorite thing to bake?

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