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Girls Floral Tiered Maxi Dress Cat Jack Gray XS
Add fresh vibes to her warm-weather closet with this Floral Tiered Maxi Dress from Cat and Jack™. This soft and breathable sleeveless dress makes a cool and comfy pick for warmer days. It features a sweet straight neckline with smocked back along with a ruffled tiered bodice that adds more movement to her look. Plus it features an allover floral print for charming flair. She can wear this dress as is or add a jean jacket and tights when it gets cooler for a stylish layered look. Size: XS. Color: gray. Gender: female. Age Group: kids. Material: Viscose.
Betsy Blueberry: This was so much fun to make small cones for ice cream and so beautifully decorated that everything came out perfect. I made all kinds of fillings from creams to puddings and filled them up. They are beautiful and very nordic in design. You can even just make cookies and also very pretty, easy to use, nothing to clean, and impressive to show.
D. M.: I am so happy with this krumkake iron!!!!!!!!!!!!! It is easy to use and the recipies included are great! The chocolate ones are just as good as the plain ones. The cookies took about 40 seconds to bake and they slide right off with a silicone spatula. Can't be happier!!!!!!!!!!!
Lumpy: I bought one of these so I could make home-made ice cream cones. It is super easy to use and when you're finished, the non-stick surface is so good, it looks like you never even used it. All you have to do is follow the directions and use their recipes (which are very good).
MiteyMouse: The iron is fast and fairly consitent in producing a nice krumkake. The only problem I have had is the edges of the krumkake are not well defined. The lacy edges are prone to breakage. Not good.
R. Lams "fromscratchcooking": I used to make my Lukken cookies one at a time with the Lukkenizer over a stove burner. By chance, I picked up one of these machines and have been making the Belgian Lukken cookie with it since then. Before, I had to make one at a time and count correctly to get a nicely baked cookie. Now I can make two at a time. Lukken must be very, very thin so a Pizzele iron wouldn't do for the purist. I have used mine for years (doesn't have the non-stick interior) and got a newer one for my sister. I wouldn't be without one again - just recommended to a friend this morning. (Lukken is a very rich dough rolled into a ball and then baked to make a round wafer thin cookie that is flat, not formed).