BE0031 Kitchen Krafts

Rolling Pin Rings

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Rated 4.0 out of 5, based on 5 reviews
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Rolling your dough to a uniform thickness is a snap with roller rings and this wood rolling pin (sold separately). Rubber rings slip onto your standard size rolling pin. Four sets of rings to provide 1/16", 1/8", 1/4" or 3/8" thickness.
rolling pin rings
Feb 1, 2016  |  By Mary
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For straight dowel rolling pins like mine that are only 2 1/4" in diameter, these rings are a great tool for even pie crust rolling, biscuits and making homemade crackers. It is very difficult to find rings for thinner dowel rolling pins and I am grateful Kitchen Krafts carries what I need!

Worked better than expected
Aug 10, 2008  |  By Mary Lou Weber
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"I couldn't believe how much better the cookies baked using this rolling pin w/rings. No more dark edges on ones that were 'slightly' thinnner than others. It took a little getting used to rolling, but the roller was just the right size for my dough and really made a difference."

Very helpful
Dec 5, 2007  |  By Amanda Bodine
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"I love these rings for rolling out sugar cookies and pie crusts. The dough thickness is always very exact, which is what I needed help with. I use them every time I'm rolling dough!"

More even results for me
Aug 10, 2007  |  By Anne
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"These work for me. My straight rolling pin (no handles) is 19 inches long. A cloth cover goes in the middle and these go on the ends. The key is to use a rolling pin that is long enough. That leaves plenty of room between the rings so you don't run the rings into the dough. I just did a crust for an 11-inch tart pan and it was perfectly even. I have been rolling out pie crusts for 40 years and can make them pretty even, but these just make it easier."

useless
Mar 21, 2007  |  By Barb
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The rolling pin rings didn't work for me. I'm a professional baker. I thought these might give me a more exact product....too much mess.

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BE0031 Kitchen Krafts

Rolling Pin Rings

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Rated 4.0 out of 5, based on 5 reviews
SKU: BE0031
  • Description
  • Reviews
  • Q&A
Rolling your dough to a uniform thickness is a snap with roller rings and this wood rolling pin (sold separately). Rubber rings slip onto your standard size rolling pin. Four sets of rings to provide 1/16", 1/8", 1/4" or 3/8" thickness.
rolling pin rings
Feb 1, 2016  |  By Mary
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For straight dowel rolling pins like mine that are only 2 1/4" in diameter, these rings are a great tool for even pie crust rolling, biscuits and making homemade crackers. It is very difficult to find rings for thinner dowel rolling pins and I am grateful Kitchen Krafts carries what I need!

Worked better than expected
Aug 10, 2008  |  By Mary Lou Weber
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"I couldn't believe how much better the cookies baked using this rolling pin w/rings. No more dark edges on ones that were 'slightly' thinnner than others. It took a little getting used to rolling, but the roller was just the right size for my dough and really made a difference."

Very helpful
Dec 5, 2007  |  By Amanda Bodine
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"I love these rings for rolling out sugar cookies and pie crusts. The dough thickness is always very exact, which is what I needed help with. I use them every time I'm rolling dough!"

More even results for me
Aug 10, 2007  |  By Anne
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"These work for me. My straight rolling pin (no handles) is 19 inches long. A cloth cover goes in the middle and these go on the ends. The key is to use a rolling pin that is long enough. That leaves plenty of room between the rings so you don't run the rings into the dough. I just did a crust for an 11-inch tart pan and it was perfectly even. I have been rolling out pie crusts for 40 years and can make them pretty even, but these just make it easier."

useless
Mar 21, 2007  |  By Barb
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The rolling pin rings didn't work for me. I'm a professional baker. I thought these might give me a more exact product....too much mess.

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