How to Make the Best Christmas Cookies
A Simple Solution
DoughEZ, a precision Dough Rolling System
“I wanted a faster, easier and cleaner way to prepare my favorite dough recipes.
That’s why I developed the Dough-EZ Rolling Mat.” – Brenda Byrne
This simple to use pastry mat kit will change the way you roll. Its affordable, reusable, non-stick/ non-slip design will allow bakers of all skill levels to roll out their favorite dough recipes with ease!
Using the Guide Sticks
Simply place the guide sticks of the desired thickness underneath the mat. Guide sticks should be placed perpendicular to the counter top and an equal distance apart from each other, no greater than the length of your rolling pin.
Position mat on top of guide sticks to secure in place. At this time half of the mat should be covering the guide stick. Then Place prepared dough within the mat and fold left side of mat over to cover contents.
Roll your Dough
Take rolling pin and roll on top of mat and guide sticks. It is best to start rolling the dough, from the center out. Push rolling pin back and forth until dough is flattened between mat and guide sticks at the desired thickness.confections.
No Flour, No Fuss, No Mess!
- Do you love to make creative, custom hand decorated cookies for friends, family, holidays and events?
- Do you try and try to get the perfectly shaped cookie dough but end up with a sticky, floury mess?
- Have you tried teaching your children or grandchildren to make cookies, but its just too frustrating?
“My passion for cookie decorating has led me to pursue the most perfect cookie canvas. I love to bake and decorate; but the thought of having misshapen, unevenly baked or tough cookies due to overworked dough was less than appealing. Even more frustrating was having flour all over and dealing with the messy clean ups was even worse. I was tired of wrestling with wax paper, cling wraps or other items that would wrinkle, leave creases in the dough, or were not reusable. I struggled with other messy ways of rolling dough.” – Brenda Byrne