friday freebie: kuhn rikon cookie press (closed)

—This giveaway is now CLOSED. Thanks to everyone for participating! Check back on Fridays for a new awesome giveaway!—

Yesterday I mentioned how much fun I had with the Kuhn Rikon cookie press that my good friends at BigKitchen.com sent me. If you’ve never worked with a cookie press before, it’s amazing! It’s basically a gun…for cookie dough. This press comes with 14 different shape discs and each of them create little perfect cookies each and every time.

Because I’m so into this press, I asked BigKitchen.com to pretty, pretty please let one of these guys go to one lucky BTHR reader, and being the awesome people they are, they agreed. Ready to win your own?

  • PRIZE: One Kuhn Rikon Cookie Press from BigKitchen.com
  • TO ENTER: Comment on this post and tell me what your favorite holiday cookie is!
  • GIVEAWAY CLOSES: Tuesday, December 4th, 2012 at Noon (12pm) EST
  • NUMBER OF WINNERS: One
  • ELIGIBLE FOLKS: Sorry, international readers, this one is for U.S. Residents, aged 18 and over only. I try to snag as many international giveaways as a can. Maybe next time!
  • WINNER ANNOUNCED: Wednesday, December 5th, 2012 on this here post!
  • LEGALESE: To enter you must be 18 or older. Winner will be chosen by random drawing from the pool of comments on this post. To be considered for the prize, you must provide a valid email address. One entry per email address. Once a winner is notified and verified, BigKitchen.com will be provided with the contact information of the winner and they will be responsible for  prize fulfillment. The number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning. To enter, leave a comment on this post. No purchase necessary to win. Entries will close on Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at noon (EST). The winner will be contacted by email on or before Wednesday, December 5, 2012. If the winner does not claim the prize within seven days, the original winner forfeits the prize and a second random entry will be chosen from the pool. This contest is sponsored by BigKitchen.com of Florida and is void where prohibited by law.
  • DISCLOSURE: In exchange for this blog post, as well as posting this giveaway, I was compensated with a cookie press. My review of the product was not biased or influenced in any way by this compensation.

Our winner is Jaclyn: who said that her favorite holiday cookies are Italian rainbow cookies! Which look awesome! Congrats, Jaclyn!

148 Comments

  1. says

    This may be a cop-out, since they’re not *really* holiday cookies, but snickerdoodles have always been my favorite this time of year. I never make them for myself and they always show up at holiday parties, so I always associate them with the holidays. :)

  2. Carly Kreger says

    Snickersnaps/Gingerdoodles! (I prefer “snickersnaps” because it has a bit more a pop and it’s much more fun to say.) It is literally a combination of snickerdoodle dough and gingersnap dough all mixed together and rolled in cinnamon-sugary deliciousness. Alone, each of these cookies seems to lack that something special for me, but together = AMAZEMENT! And bonus: Everyone loves them, from gap-toothed toodlers, to negative-nancy coworkers, and even tradition-rooted seniors. You cannot go wrong with this cookie hybrid!

  3. Leslie says

    My absolute favorite is spritz cookies with almond flavoring, but I haven’t been able to find a good cookie press that works. Maybe this is the one that will work for me.

  4. jaclyn says

    I’m Italian and growing up my mom made tons of different kinds of Italian cookies each holiday season. My favorite by far, is the Venetian (sometimes called “rainbow cookie”) it’s delicious….almond paste….jam….dark chocolate. yum. they are kind of hard to make but totally worth it. Thanks for the giveaway!

  5. Catherine says

    I love Paula Trombi’s apricot bars; my Mom and I have made them every Christmas since before I can remember!

  6. Audrey says

    Peanut butter cookies are my traditional favorite, but I just saw a recipe on Pinterest for white chocolate chip and crushed peppermint cookies and they sound Amazing!

  7. jeri says

    They may not be a holiday cookie, but if my gift tins don’t include Toll House chocolate chips, I hear about it. That’s fine with me since they’re my favorite too.

  8. BrendaB says

    I love Christmas cookies so much that it’s difficult to pick my favorite …. but I’ll probably go with a sugar cookie with cream cheese in the dough, iced of course!

  9. Dana says

    My grandma make almond thumbprint cookies every year for the holidays and they are my absolute favorite. We live many states apart now and she still mails some to me. They show up in a million pieces but I eat every piece and think about my grandma.

  10. Katie says

    My dad used to have one of those cookie guns! It was his specialty during the holidays.

    I myself am a bit biased towards good ol’ roll-out sugar cookies. So many good memories attached to cutting them out and then decorating them with my brother. :)

  11. Firehazard says

    I want to try all kinds of new recipes this season, but I think peanut butter with peanut butter chips will always be my favorite!

  12. Renee says

    I ADORE Gingerbread Frosted Cookies, especially the ones from Trader Joe’s. They are very, very, dangerous to have around the house! And for the non-holidays, you can beat the Pecan / Hazelnut Sandies!!

  13. Fleur says

    I love gingerbread cookies. And, snickerdoodles. And, sugar cookies. Oh, and, peanut butter blossoms. Oh, and…. yeah, I’ll just take the whole plate.

  14. kim says

    my favorite cookies are the little cheap tin cookies you can get at christmas every year! with milk! yum. i’d like to have this press to make my own! yum!!! :)

  15. Anne with an E says

    My Mom’s Fruit Cake Cookies. Much better than the cake version, and my cousins fight over them making the cookies that much more special :)

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