Make Skull Cookies With This Laser-Engraved Wood Rolling Pin

Published 9 years ago

It’s hard to make a cookie scary and/or spooky, so that’s why you need a skull embossing rolling pin! Made by DoughRoller, it’s perfect for Halloween and those blessed with goth children. It’s a beechwood pin with laser-engraved skulls, hand polished and covered with a protective wood conditioner made from food-grade oil. As such, it combines old-school kitchenware with newfangled manufacturing and even comes with 3 cookie recipes. You can order them on Etsy.

DoughRoller is s business that belongs to Ruta, who lives in a regional park near the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius. The rolling pin workshop is located near their house. “We made many of trials and baked hundreds of different recipe cookies until we found the best patterns and created the best design for the rolling pin to get well embossed and beautiful cookies,” Dough Roller writes on Etsy.

More info: etsy (h/t: laughingquid)

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Martynas Klimas

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