Large Dough Press and Mix
Baker's tip: These freeze well. You don't need to bake them before freezing. Individually wrap them for the freezer. When you bake them, it takes about 20 minutes at 375 degrees--or until golden brown.
Here's how to make these fantastic treats in minutes!
Plus save a bucket of money!
With this nifty tool, it's quick and easy to make you own pocket sandwiches and pizza pockets. Plus you can make fancy little pies in minutes.
If you have premade fillings, like cooked sausage or ham, you can have these in the oven in less than fifteen minutes. By the time the table's set, they should be about ready.
But here's a slick trick that makes them even better. Make some extras and stick them in the freezer. Then dinner is even quicker.
Here's how to do it!
- The back of the press is a dough cutter. Quickly and easily cut 6-inch dough circles.
- Place the dough in the press. The bowl shape makes a cupped area for the filling.
- Press the two halves together to seal your pastry.
You're done. It just takes a few minutes.
And those extras? You don't even have to bake them. Stick them in the freezer unbaked for a later dinner. When you need another quick dinner, get them out and stick them in the oven while you're setting the table.
(Individually wrap them for the freezer. When you bake them, it takes about 20 minutes at 375 degrees--or until golden brown.)
Since it'll pay for itself in prepared meals and freezer case foods many times over, spend a few bucks for the press and start making pocket sandwiches and little pies.
"I LOVE this dough press!!! My family uses it to make turnovers for dessert or pizza pockets for dinner.""--Tiffany Dillon (Rigby, ID)
Remember, it's guaranteed. We'll give you your money back if you don't love it. So, give it a try for both meals and desserts.