This is your complete guide to using your new embossed rolling pin! In this guide, we discuss the benefits of your rolling pin, how to use it, how to clean and care for it, and how a portion of profits will help non-profit organizations that work to supply healthy meals to malnourished families in impoverished communities in developing countries. Let's dive in!
Our Embossed Rolling Pins
Our rolling pins are embossed with beautiful patterns which will transform your baking into beautiful works of art! All of our patterns are meticulously detailed and engraved deep into the wood for maximum effectiveness. Our rolling pins are perfect for adding some additional spark or glamour to your baking creations. They add a beautiful and professional-looking finish to your baking in mere seconds. Our textured rolling pins come in the traditional size, which produces a large engraving pattern making it very versatile for all your baking needs.
Using our embossed rolling pins will bring joy to you and your loved ones and ensure that your cookies, pies and other baking becomes the talk of your town or neighbourhood! Baking with these embossed rolling pins is fun, especially for kids! These beautiful rolling pins are also perfect for more than just cookies and pies. Use your new rolling pins for cakes and other sweets or for savory items like homemade noodles or pasta! You can also use our rolling pins to work with clay and other art mediums. Imagine being able to easily give your pottery a beautiful decorative texture in seconds!
Our embossed rolling persons are very unique. Why, you ask? Well, all of our rolling pins are made from 100% pure high-grade solid beech wood. They are also 100% food-safe and free of BPA or any other toxic substances. This makes our decorative rolling pins unique, as others sell rolling pins that are cheaply manufactured with low-grade wood or with toxic glue or wood preservatives. We’ve worked hard to ensure that our rolling pins are made from the highest-quality beech wood, and we pay meticulous attention to every detail at each stage of production. As a result, these 3D rolling pins are heirloom-quality and will last a lifetime.
Learn more about our rolling pin on our homepage.
How to Use
Using our embossed rolling pins is easy and fun!
Roll your dough out using a regular (flat) rolling pin. Once that is done, roll the embossed rolling pin once over your dough with medium pressure.
The indentations in the rolling pin will create a beautiful pattern on your dough.
During baking, the indentations will transform into crisp, golden patterns that look beautiful and delicious. You can also use your pin on fondant to make a finished cake look as though it was made at a bakery. It’s as easy as that!
For best embossing results when baking, do not use recipes with any leavener or acid.
How to Clean
It is very easy to clean your rolling pin after use.
In most cases, you can easily clean the rolling pin by using a dry brush (without water) in order to remove any bits of stuck-on dough.
If needed, add water and soap to the brush, and dry well before using again. Do not put the rolling pin in the dishwasher and avoid any prolonged contact with water.
We are very proud of the fact that Embossed Co. is a social enterprise.
What does that mean? Well, in short, it means that our goal isn't to make our bank account flush, but, rather, to do our part to make the world a better place.
We achieve that goal by donating 15% of our profit to several non-profit organizations that work to supply healthy meals to malnourished families in impoverished communities in developing countries.
Learn more about our giving back program.
Have more questions about your new embossed rolling pin? Check out our FAQ or send us an email!
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Nov 21, 2022 • Posted by Embossed Co.
Hi Barb, thanks for your question! It depends entirely on the softness of your dough and how hard you press down with your embossed roller. In general, using the embossed roller will make your dough a bit thinner depending on the softness of the dough, so if you are trying to achieve a certain thickness keep that in mind when you roll out the dough with your flat roller. We hope that helps and good luck!
Nov 21, 2022 • Posted by Barb
Hello, Does the rolled thickness of the dough decrease when using the embossed pin?
If I start with 1/4" thickness using my regular pin, then use the embossed pin, will the finished dough be less that 1/4" thickness?
Dec 14, 2021 • Posted by Embossed Co.
Hi RuthAnn, thanks for your question! It is usually not necessary to oil your pin before use, but if you find that your dough is sticking it can certainly help to apply a little oil. Enjoy and happy baking!
Dec 14, 2021 • Posted by RuthAnn Holloway
Do I need to oil the rolling pin before use?
Mar 01, 2021 • Posted by Embossed Co.
Hi Carolyn, thanks for your question! We recommend starting by rolling your dough flat with a normal rolling pin. Then, roll all of the flattened dough with the embossed rolling pin. Once you have done that, you can cut your cookies out of the dough using a cookie cutter or a glass if you want to improvise! Then bake and viola! We hope that helps and please let us know if you have any other questions!
Mar 01, 2021 • Posted by Carolyn Cornie
I likely have missed ‘something’ concerning the directions. The embossed print out gives me tiny…1 1/2 × 1 1/2 inches…square cutouts. How do they then become the finished size of a regular sized cookie? Sorry, for my challenge, here…..I am not a ‘Betty Crocker’….ha….Thanks
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