For the musician at heart. Or the musician who cooks (and rocks!). If you don't cook, but you party, you can also use this guitar shaped cutting board for a serving platter. Picture cheese and crackers...
There's a __________ (fill in the blank) in my drink!
Ranking high on the "cool" factor, this is the ultimate addition to any themed party. Just fill with water (juice, colored or kool-aid) and freeze. Then drop in your glass of water. Drinking water will never be the same.
Everything from generic shapes like stars, hearts, flowers, and fish, to licensed characters like batman and superman. And they are not just for ice cubes. We've used them in the bakery for chocolates, and to make fizzy bath bombs.
New, about $10 for a set of 2. Mary's Cupboard has several for about $3 each.
Need dozens of little fondant flowers (or leaves, or butterflies, or ...) for your cake or cookies? Maybe your fingers are too big to make them yourself, or can't figure out how to get the fondant out of those little tiny cutters. Make them quickly and easily with a fondant ejector cutter.
Fondant ejector cutters are ideal for use with a range of edible and non-edible materials including fondant, gumpaste, marzipan or clay crafts.
Usually sold in sets, you'll find them at craft stores in the baking or clay section.
Want to melt sugar or isomalt but afraid of burning yourself?
The SassieShot Sugar Melting Gun melts sugar and isomalt sticks without any of the usual hassles. Safe and convenient, it heats up in under 5 minutes and allows two temperature settings for either hot or cooler melted isomalt.
The hot temperature produces thin, water-like melted isomalt; perfect for filling molds. The cooler temperature produces a thicker, honey-like melted isomalt that is perfect for assembling gingerbread houses, gluing sugar sculptures, and creating spun sugar decorations.
The isomalt sticks look like glue sticks and come in a variety of colors, with or without glitter.
The gun is $60 online. The sticks are sold separately.
The Kook-e-King cookie dough depositor is the perfect tool for any baker making hundreds of drop cookies at a time.
Just put the dough in the hopper and turn the handle. No electricity required, and you don't have to be particularly strong either.
Two rollers force the dough through a die (available in dozens of shapes and sizes) directly onto your cookie sheet, for up to 300 cookies per minute -- or significantly fewer if you don't want to work up a sweat.
Just the ticket for snickerdoodles, chocolate chip cookies, oatmeal raisin cookies, or any other cookie you would otherwise scoop or drop onto the cookie sheet.
$3,300 new from the manufacturer or a distributor. Dies run about $250 each.