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on 27 June 2014
These cutters look fab, but it is INCREDIBLY difficult to keep the dinosaurs in one piece when you come to cutting and baking. The t-rex is thin in the middle and almost always breaks in half, one of the pterodactyl's wings won't stay on, and don't get me started on triceratop's horn!
However, after much trial and error I have managed to get them work. I found the best way to do it is to roll out your biscuit dough between two sheets of baking paper, then refrigerate it until it is firm before cutting out the shapes. They should mostly peel away inside the cutters this way. Then place them on a baking sheet lined with more baking paper (simply greasing your baking sheet won't work, they'll just break apart when you come to remove them no matter how gentle you are), and they should come away from it with no problem after baking.
So yes, these cutters do make nice looking biscuits, but I'm not sure the amount of hassle was really worth it!