Flour Shaking Rolling Pin

This clever rolling pin design incorporates a flour shaker and ruler.

$19.99

A Big Roll Out

This is not your grandmother's rolling pin...the hollow ceramic design incorporates a flour shaker and ruler to make rolling out dough quick and simple. Simply remove the rubber seal at the end of the pin, fill with flour, and shake out a little from the other end whenever flour dusting is required. Measure the diameter of rolled dough and pastries using the ruler for perfect results every time. It's a go-to gift for your favorite baker. Made in China.

Made from
rubber, ceramic
Measurements
11.75" H x 2.5" diameter; can hold up to 3 cups of flour
Ingredients
Care
Wash before first use. Dishwasher safe. To clean, remove the rubber stopper and rinse out thoroughly. Allow to dry before using again.
Item ID
41541

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5.0

unique rolling pin

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from Tampa, FL

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Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Compact
  • Convenient
  • Easy To Use
  • Quality Construction

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Gifts
    • Large Kitchens
    • Simple Meals
    • Small Kitchens

    Comments about UncommonGoods Flour Shaking Rolling Pin:

    I had purchased two of these rolling pins before for my daughters. I was tickled with the flouring addition. My granddaughter saw her mother's and liked it so much I purchased this one for her birthday.

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