Introducing the Message Rolling Pin Gift Set from GiftLab

Introducing the Message Rolling Pin Gift Set from GiftLab

With the Great British Bake Off  back on our screens, there couldn’t be a better time to get creative in the kitchen and here at Luckies, we think Message Rolling Pin would definitely impress Paul  (silver fox) Hollywood. Coming with three interchangeable and easily washable message sleeves, you can choose between ‘Bite me,’ ‘Secret recipe’ or ‘Made with love.’ What’s more, Message Rolling Pin couldn’t be easier to use so unlike the ‘technical bake’ it won’t make you want to cry/sabotage your team mates…

Why not take advantage of the sunshine and organise an afternoon tea in the park for your friends or colleagues? Tell everyone to bring something but that it’s “sooooo casual” and “not to go out of their way” baking complicated recipes. Then turn up with these ‘Secret recipe’ personalised peanut butter cookies. They might hate you for creating such delicious baked treats with ease but it’ll be because they’re jealous and we can deal with jealous hate when there are biscuits to be eaten. Shake it off, shake it off.

Message Rolling Pin Peanut Butter & Chocolate Chip Cookies

You’ll need:
Message Rolling Pin
Cookie Cup Cookie Cutter
Baking tray
Baking parchment
8 tbsp flour
1 tbsp brown sugar
1 tbsp sugar
2 tbsp crunchy peanut butter
20 g chocolate chips
1 egg yolk (Yolkpig Egg Separator will help)
1 tsp vanilla
¼ tsp salt
50 g butter
Icing sugar for decoration
1) Preheat the over to 180°C. Place the flour, sugar, peanut butter, egg yolk, vanilla, salt and butter in to a mixing bowl and combine using a hand mixer or food processor until a smooth dough forms.

2) Add the chocolate chips to the mixture and stir in well.

3) Form the dough into a ball, then start rolling out on a floured surface using the rolling pin with no silicone cover.

4) When it’s roughly 1-2 cm thick, rinse your rolling pin and dry – then pop on the silicone message sleeve of your choice.

5) Roll the message rolling pin over the dough in one deliberate movement, pressing hard enough to leave an imprint.

6) Cut into cookie shapes with Cookie Cup Cookie cutter, or a even an upside down wine glass. Dust with icing sugar, place in the oven and bake for 10-12 minutes or until golden brown.

7) Make a cup of tea and eat them all. If you can bear to share them, you’re a better person than we are…