This Cookie Press Makes Baking Cookies Easy & Delish!

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woman using cookie press to make Christmas cookies

Christmas cookie baking mode – ON!

Are you planning to get in the kitchen soon with the family to create some homemade cookies and desserts? I’m all about low-stress holiday baking, and today I’m excited to share how fun and easy it is to use my favorite cookie press.

This amazing OXO 13 piece cookie press set can easily create 8 dozen delicious cookies with just one batch of dough! 🙌

decorated sprintz cookies on a cooling rack

Plus… I promise Santa will love these easy to make buttery Spritz cookies!

Over the weekend I made these cream cheese butter cookies (recipe HERE), and wow they are YUMMY. I loved the buttery soft texture and highly recommend using the simple recipes that come with the press. In fact, there’s a little recipe booklet with several recipes, and I want to try the gingerbread one next.

These delicious homemade cookies are easy to decorate using cookie frosting and sprinkles, too!

14 piece OXO cookie press on the counter

My mom actually recently gifted me this OXO brand cookie press and I LOVE using it so much!

It comes with 12 different disks you can swap out for various shapes and holidays. The nonslip grip of the handle is high quality just like most of the OXO brand kitchen tools I have. The directions were super easy to follow out of the box, and I had no issues using it the first time!

And a quick heads up — this post is NOT sponsored! 🙂 My mom knows how much I love to bake so this was the most fitting gift to receive, and after one use I knew I had to share it with you all!

filling cookie press with cookie dough

You’ll enjoy the easy process when using this cookie press.

All you have to do is make the dough, fill the press, and then press out the cookies on a cookie sheet. When you pull the lever on the press it makes a clicking sound to let you know it pressed out the perfect cookies!

Pressing them onto the pan is the most fun part! If you have kids participating, this is an exciting step to help with.

 OXO Good Grips Cookie Press with Stainless Steel Disks and Storage Case $31.99
Use promo code OXO15 for 15% off
Final cost just $27.19 shipped!

pressing cookies onto a cookie sheet using oxo cookie press

Hip Tip: Consider making a few types of dough ahead of time, and chill it a day or two beforehand. Then you can just pull it out of the fridge and create numerous shapes and types of cookies all at once for an epic cookie plate, or have cookies to package and give away as gifts.

transferring cookies to cooling rack

The bake time is about 12 minutes, and then you can transfer the cookies to a cooling rack and decorate them. I had no issues with the cookies sticking to my pan, and I love how seamless this process is.

decorated Christmas cookies

If you are wanting to make lots of cookies at once, this OXO cookie press is the way to go! It’s faster and easier than rolling out dough and using cookie cutters. The cookies turn out delicious, and this cookie press is a win-win all around!

woman holding a cookie press and plate of cookies

Here are all of the reasons why I love my OXO cookie press:

  • Baking cookies is a breeze! There’s no rolling the dough needed, or cookie cutters involved. Pressing consistent beautiful cookies goes quickly and is so fun!
  • There are lots of disks with different designs that can be used for Christmas or year-round!
  • The mechanism itself is easy to load and so fun and satisfying to press cookies onto a cookie sheet.
  • These cookies are easy to decorate with sprinkles and the dough can be dyed in different colors.
  • The OXO cookie press is completely dishwasher safe and the disks are easy to wash. I just ran the disks through warm soapy water and placed the press in my dishwasher.

oxo good grips cookie press

This would make the best gift!

The OXO Good Grips cookie press set would make an awesome gift for yourself or for anyone who loves to bake! I would have never thought of buying something like this for myself and love that I received it for my birthday. It’s now something I can use in the kitchen while making some baking memories at home with my family.

cream cheese butter cookies using OXO cookie press


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Comments 37

  1. Etmarcy

    Says out of stock online.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for sharing! The link has been updated if you wanted to check once more!

  2. Dora

    You can purchase directly from the company with promo code oxo15 15% off.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Awesome! Thanks, Dora! That has been added to the post!

  3. Sheila

    Spritz cookies, not sprintz

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Whoops! Thanks for catching! Just updated!

  4. Karen

    I use a similar recipe for my Spritz cookies, but add 1 tsp lemon extract also and skip the cinnamon.

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh nice! I bet that’s yummy too!

  5. Lmb

    Thank you,just ordered through Oxo. Thank you Lena ❤️your recommendations!!

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh hooray! Enjoy!

  6. AngieM

    They also have it in stock on Amazon

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      SWEET! Thanks for the heads up!

  7. Kris

    Just received mine last week, can’t wait to try it out! Ordered from Bed Bath and Beyond.

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Yay! Have fun! I loved mine!

  8. KarenSJ

    I got this two years ago at Bed, Bath & Beyond with a great coupon and free shipping. It makes cookie baking so easy and I’ve used the discs for other occasions such as heart cookies for a wedding rehearsal dinner.

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh that’s so fun! Thanks so much for sharing Karen!

  9. sne3103

    Can you make any sugar cookie recipe with this? Or does it specifically have to be these spritz cookies?

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh you probably can, just consider it’s best to get the correct not too soft, not to hard consistency for it to EASILY press out which these recipes seem to have.

  10. Galaxy781

    Almost bought this at target- it’s much cheaper. Then I read an article yesterday about how difficult these were to use. May stop by target and check it out. Won’t pay more than $20. BBB may have a decent price w coupon as well.

    • Jackie

      I was just going to say that BBB has them, I have seen them there. Much cheaper with their coupon 😉

    • Ticia

      The Wilton cookie press that’s available at Target and many other stores is a piece of junk. The OXO one is worth the extra money/

  11. Lo

    I see these at the goodwill all the time. If you don’t mind used, I’d check I think out

  12. Ang

    I’ve had my pampered chef one for years and still works the same😊

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh awesome! Thanks for sharing!

  13. Jen

    Ordered this at Bed bath & beyond for $21.99 last week and got the Christmas discs on Amazon.

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh smart!! It’s so fun to use and that will be fun to have extra Christmas designs 🎄❤️

  14. KellZoll

    These are so much easier than having to decorate sugar cookies. You can make chocolate and peanut butter varieties too. I like to add a candied cherry half in the middle of the “flower” design.
    Don’t waste money getting one you have to plug in. The cheaper versions actually work better.

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      I agree so easy! Thanks for sharing 👏

  15. W

    Spritz cookies are little pieces of Heaven on Earth. I have a friend who owns her own unique business. Her family has made spritz cookies for years and because of her love of them and her wonderful memories of baking with her mother, she started her own business designing and manufacturing disks. She has made it a science to perfect her disks and recipes. She has so many more varieties than the big companies….in fact, over 200. You’d be supporting a small, woman-owned, family business that manufactures all their disks in the U.S.A. https://www.impressbakeware.com/ . I own the OXO press and her disks are also compatible with it. I haven’t checked out her press yet, but if it’s like anything else she does, it’s perfection. She also has a blog with tried and true recipes and step by step instructions on just about every kind of spritz cookie you can imagine https://creativecookiepress.com/ . I absolutely adore her cookies and love how quick it is to make her yummy cookies. We’re making her glittery snowflakes spritz cookies as a family this weekend! I don’t own any part of the business nor do I receive any compensation for sharing this. I just wanted to share how much my family and I love her recipes and disks 😉!

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh nice – thanks for sharing! Have fun making the snowflakes! 😍

      • W

        Thanks! They’re my husband’s favorites (and the kids love them also). It’s rewarding family too 😉. Have a wonderful and safe holiday season 🎄.

    • Joan

      Wow, you are right! Her disks are beautiful and it says they are compatible with the OXO press. I am going to buy some of hers. I am so impressed and i can’t wait to make them for Thanksgiving, Xmas, etc etc. Thank you!!!

      • W

        It’s so much fun to have the variety! I love reading the comments on Hip2Save….I’ve discovered so many tips and items from other readers 😊.

  16. W

    I forgot to add that I adore your posts Lina! They’re always so helpful and I love seeing new products!

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh thanks so much, I’m so glad for this nice feedback! ❤️

  17. Melanie

    Late to the conversation but I have managed to injure my joints on two fingers and combined with way too many years on a computer keyboard, I have some wicked issues with hands hurting when I try to pipe or press. Has anyone with arthritis or other hand issues used this one? Or have recommendations? I am not willing to give up my baking but would like to make it easier.

    • Kellie Z

      I know there used to be an electric cookie press. I think that would make it easier for you.

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