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Production Cookie Cutting Sheet, Dog Bone 4-1/8"

Item # GTB-BONEUPC: 802985226815
Price: $33.00
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  • 20 cavities per sheet
  • Each dog bone measures 4-1/8" x 2" x 3/4" High
  • Overall size of cookie sheet is 15” x 22”

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Each cavity 4-1/8 inch x 2 inch x 3/4 inch high.
Overall size of cookie-cutter sheet 15-3/8 inch x 22-5/8 inch.
Made of food grade plastic

 

Cut 20 dog bone cookies at once. To use this twenty-cavity cutting mat, roll out well-floured dough into a sheet. Place the sheet of dough on the cookie mat with the sharp side up. Press the dough into the mat with a rolling pin. Lift the cookie mat and shaped pieces of dough fall onto your pan, ready to bake.

The residual dough is released by inverting the cookie mat onto the baking table. All residual pieces will come out.

Features
Shape Dog bone
Cavities 20
Dishwasher Safe Yes
Dimensions and Weights
Shape Size 4-1/8 inch x 3/4 inch high x 2 inch
Length 22-5/8"
Production Cookie Cutting Sheet, Dog Bone 4-1/8
Average Customer Rating
(6 reviews)
46
Snap...Snap.... After making dog cookies by hand and cutting each one...this cutter cuts time.....after cutting first round lift dough and move over openings again....you can get two rounds per the dough you roll out.....
By Tammy, TN on November 18, 2019
Awesome ! Great!
By Vickie Carden, KY on April 23, 2019
Not what I expected The construction is flimsy.
Not at all what I expected.
The typical dog treat dough is thick and many times has rolled oats. These cutting sheets will not cut through the dough. Going the other direction and pressing the dough over the cutting sheet is the same problem. These are a complete waist of money. I can not think of a better was to make them worth the time and money. Finally, the pattern is really spread out and creates alot of wasted time re-rolling dough even if you would want to fight the dough through the cutting sheet. IMPOSSIBLE TO USE.
By Shelly Eng, Illinois on October 30, 2017