Time to Bake With The Coolest Rolling Pins Ever!


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When we last showed you Polish designer Zuzia Kozerska‘s awesome series of laser-engraved rolling pins (see HERE), there was so much interest in them that the resultant traffic crashed her site!  (sorry Zuzia!)

So with the Holiday Season/Christmas/Festivous/New Year period fast approaching, why not consider one of Zuzia’s amazing rolling pins to bring a little bit of extra sparkle to your baking or gift them to that special someone?

Zuzia has just released several new engraved rolling pins which we instantly fell in love with. The rolling pins are made from beech wood and measure 42 cm (16.53 in) long and 6 cm (2.36 in) in diameter.

The rolling pins are perfect for cookies but also work with cakes, pasta, sugar frosting and dumplings. Custom-engraved rolling pins are also available and everything can be purchased through Zuzia’s Etsy store.

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