Good Cook One Piece Hardwood Rolling Pin

Last updated: November 11, 2021

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Product Details

In our analysis of 39 expert reviews, the Good Cook One Piece Hardwood Rolling Pin placed 18th when we looked at the top 19 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Lightly dust our rolling pin with flour and you’re on your way to better biscuits, cookie dough, homemade pasta, pizza, bread dough, whatever you want to bake in the old school way. The only thing better than the smell of baked goods out of your oven is when the dough has been rolled and made from scratch. Water resistant hardwood. Smooth nylon bearings. Hand wash recommended.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

If you are planning to bake something occasionally and if you do not wish to invest a lot of money on rolling pins then this can be the perfect one for you. This is a very basic rolling pin from the good cook and it is made of hardwood. This rolling pin features a barrel construction and the good part about the rolling pin is that it has nylon bearings which make it very easy for you to roll the rolling pin. You can be assured about the quality of the product as it is manufactured in the USA. The length of the rolling pin is 18 inches and the diameter is 2.5 inches. This rolling pin is also very easy to store and you can clean it easily with a regular hand wash.
Incredibly smooth surface which ensures a good rolling. Cheaply priced, Lightweight which makes it easy to use.
It is made from a single piece of hardwood, although the type is not specified, and has Nylon bearings to make the rolling pin glide smoothly and avoid rusting.

What reviewers didn't like

Not a good product if you want to use it to roll sore muscles.
The main complaint with this model is that the label, which is almost as large as the barrel itself, comes stuck to the wood directly, and is a bit difficult to remove. You’ll need some elbow grease and possibly even some vegetable oil to get the residue off completely.
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