Danish Dough Whisk Review
This is how the Danish Whisk came in the mail. It has a long handle making it perfect to scrape down into larger bowls for mixing up dough.
For this test, I thought I would whip up a batch of simple old fashioned cookies. Nothing fancy,just a little treat for my husband and kids.
I set a timer to see how long it would take me. Here is all my ingredients before.
Three minutes later...
The Danish Whisk was a lot of fun to use. There was also less flour mess than using a hand held mixer. It's also easier to clean than the beaters on a mixer. Just wash with soap and water and dry.
Here is the finished product:
If you would like to whip a batch of these cookies here is the recipe:
Old Fashioned Sugar Cookies
2 1/2 cups flour
1 cup of butter or margarine
1 cup of brown sugar
1 large egg
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract.
a splash of milk
(note I didn't use any preservatives but if you wish you may add 1 teaspoon of baking powder or baking soda)
Preheat your oven to 325 degrees,combine all your ingredients,except for the milk and whisk.Add the milk last to make a smoother dough. Drop onto an ungreased baking sheet with a teaspoon or small melon baller about 1-2 inches a part. Bake for about 13 minutes or until lightly golden brown. Makes about 2 dozen cookies. Enjoy!
If you would like to read more about this Danish Dough Whisk or to purchase this product. Please see Kitchen Simple's listing on Amazon.com.
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