Cookie Shot Glass Making Pan Set

Brand: Wilton
Model: 2105-5746
EAN: 0070896157461
Category: Food & Drinks
List Price: $15.59
Price: $13.22  (100 customer reviews)
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Dimension: 6.08 x 2.35 x 9.45 inches
Shipping Wt: 1.10 pounds. FREE Shipping (Details)
Availability: In Stock.
Average Rating: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Say 'Cheers' with something sweet. Make cookie shot glasses using this non-stick pan. Just fill the 6 cavities with cookie dough, press the inserts in and bake. After the cookie cups have cooled, coat the inside with your favorite flavor or color of Candy Melts Candy, then fill with mousse, ice cream or milk. Includes one 6 cavity pan with 6 inserts.


  • Milk and Cookies are better when you make them with the Cookie Shot Glass Pan Set
  • Bake 6 edible cookie shot glasses using this 6-cup cookie shot glass pan
  • Simply coating of Candy Melts candy to seal in drinks and liquid desserts
  • Serve sweet shooters filled with ice cream, milk, mousse and more
  • Nonstick 6-cup cookie shot glass pan set is dishwasher safe

Top Reviews

First attempt was a flop, but I learned a lot so next attempt should look better
by TooManyHobbies (3 out of 5 stars)
June 6, 2016

Well I can't say that I had a whole lot of success with this Sweet Shooters cookie pan, but knowing what I know now I think my second attempt will look better.

Tip #1: you really need to follow the recipe provided and use mini chocolate chips. I just used regular sized chips and I think the chips kept the plunger/insert part of the pan from centering correctly. Because the plunger was not centered, the sides did not bake to an even thickness. And because sections of the cookie shooters were very thin, some of the cookies broke apart when I tried to twist them out of the pan.

Tip #2: Two tablespoons wasn't enough dough to fill up the cavity. When I pushed the plunger/insert down, the cookie dough did come out the top like it is shown in the picture. I will try 3 tablespoons next time.

Tip #3: When you force the plunger/insert into the cookie dough that is filling the cavity make sure the plunger goes STRAIGHT down. If it is a little off center the walls of the finished cookie shooter will not be uniform which will cause problems when you try to remove the finished cookies.

Tip #4: Don't force the plunger all the way to the bottom. I think I forced it down too much which caused the hole to form at the bottom of all my finished cookie.

Tip #5: Put something heavy on top the pan to keep the plunger/insert from floating up during baking??? While I was baking the cookies, the plunger floated half way out of the cavity. About 12 minutes into the baking time I had to reach into the hot oven and pushed the plunger back into the cavity. Next time I might put a little baking pan on top of the plungers to keep them in place.

Tip #6: The tops of my cookies came out very messy and ragged looking. Don't know what would help this problem other than more cookie dough.

Tip #7: Make sure you grease the pan very, very well. I sprayed the pan with cooking oil, but I still had trouble getting the cookies out. One cookie completely crumbled, and a second cookie shooter lost its bottom when I pulled it out. I will use solid shortening next time.

Another issue with the pan is the way the directions/instructions were presented. There are some instructions printed on the back on the box, but the most important instructions about how to prep and use the pan are buried in the chocolate chip cookie recipe that is printed on a small slip of paper. It would be nice to have all the instructions on the back of the box.

So these Sweet Shooters are a cute idea, but it is going to take me a few tries to get the technique perfected.
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Good little pan
by Stan H. Harada (4 out of 5 stars)
January 25, 2017

I got this pan and had good results with the first batch. There's a bit of a learning curve like pushing down the batter evenly & not tilting the inserts. I used my own cookie recipe instead of the one in the box. My only complain is the six slots. It's very time consuming making six cookie shots at a time. A 12 or 18 slot pan would be great. There's a lot of delicious possibilities with this pan. I coated the inside with chocolate & filled them with whipped cream, chocolate mousse, ice cream, & milk. Each one was heavenly.
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Takes a couple tries to master
by Rachel (4 out of 5 stars)
November 21, 2017

This takes some time to master...

First attempt was a bit of a disaster and yes, the oven did catch on fire (whoopsies)....

Tip #1: Use the recipe provided! (The extra flour in this one helps a lot!)

Tip #2: While I do not think that you need cooking spray, I find it suuuuuper helpful to use a strip of waxed paper inserted before putting the cookie dough in the mold. It makes it so much easier to pull out the cookie shots rather than struggling with a knife and destroying the product in the process! (many a tear was shed over this)

Tip #3: DO NOT fill the mold to the top with cookie dough like the picture, unless you like excess cookie dough all over the pan and at the bottom of your oven catching on fire! Fill it only 2/3 of the way up (the dough WILL rise).

Tip #4: Press the plunger evenly straight down.....still working on how far to plunge it. Sometimes I will plunge it, then gently twist it and check how it looks before putting the plunger back in and sticking them pan in the oven.

Tip #5: Put something heavy in the plunger space (I filled it with dry uncooked rice and it seemed to work)! If Wilton remakes these, they should make the plungers solid because my goodness expanding cookie dough is a force to be reckoned with! I think putting less cookie dough in the mold overall helped, but those plungers are NO MATCH for expanding cookie dough and are pushed out and away.

Tip #6: Let it cool for a good couple of minutes before baking, otherwise the shots may collapse.

Those are all the tips I have for now! Hope they help! :)
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Works great because I followed the directions
by Amazon Customer (4 out of 5 stars)
March 10, 2017

Read many reviews before trying this product out. Saw a lot of comments that it was impossible to get right but it worked fine for me. I made the recipe specified in the directions, the consistency was a little different than cookies I would normally make (plus it was pretty sticky so I added a handful of flour at the end). It made 3 batches. I sprayed the pan and inserts very thoroughly each batch and pushed the insert back down a little after 8 min (cooked for another 8 after)

Out of the 18 shots only one did not work becuase it was just too thin on one part. Good product, does exactly what I hoped
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I like it but it very hard to use
by Zara MD (4 out of 5 stars)
October 1, 2017

I like it but it very hard to use. I wish there was a video to watch. It is hit or miss if they will come out properly. When they do, it is the biggest hit at the party. But I can not get it work consistently. I have tried putting the chocolate chip dough in the bottom and pushing down which was shown in the instructions. It does not work that well. Then I have tried wrapping it around the push thing and I am successful 50% of the time. There has to be a better way !! I like them but they are labor intensive to say the least. Lastly, I have sprayed the inside with PAM or "Release" and it is still hard to get them to come out. One time I turned them over and banged on them with a big spoon and they popped out okay. If the manufacturer could revisit a better way for these to work 100% of the time...please send it me ASAP because I want to use them for an upcoming event but do not want to spend hours and get disappointed with the outcome. Believe me I am a gourmet cook and I find baking or preparing hard dishes easy to make. But this has been a BIG challenge for me. Thank you for listening and hearing my word.
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Mmmm.... Mufffins!
by Arnim Zola (3 out of 5 stars)
November 23, 2018

I didn't have time to follow the recipe for chocolate chip cookies from the cookie shot box. So I bought some Betty Crocker cookie mix instead. To bake, I followed the cookie shot instructions to put 2 heaping tablespoons of cookie dough into each cavity. Guess what happened? I got chocolate chip muffins as the dough violently expanded from the cavities. There was essentially not enough space to hold milk after removing my beautiful monstrosities from the mold. I'll try again with the official cookie recipe later and will update my review.
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Great pan! Accompanying recipe is meh.
by Jeannine de Richemond (4 out of 5 stars)
December 6, 2018

This is such a cool idea! I made these and filled them with ice cream and they were a big hit (though of course the ice cream did leak out the bottom a bit.) The only thing I didn't love was that provided recipe calls for quite a bit of flour, which made the flavor a little dull and the texture rather dry. I assume that's in effort to make sure the cookie cups hold their shape. They were still tasty, but I want to try it with a standard dough recipe and see how it works-it might be enough just to bake them a little longer so they're stiffer.
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I got experimental, it failed.
by anastasia mellon (3 out of 5 stars)
March 19, 2018

I tried to use these for pie crusts, to make pie shot glasses for my birthday. We looked all over to find the perfect tin for the idea, and got really excited when we found this. But it was like a comedy of errors. First they expanded and pushed the middle bit out, so they looked nice on the outside, but the inside was all fluffy, flaky crust, no room for shots. Next we put some beans in the middle thing, not heavy enough. So next we put a tray on top of the bits to hold them in place, and this time it was Too heavy so they pushed through the dough and made a big hole in the bottom. We didn't have any success. But I'll try again with actual cookie dough, maybe that'll work.
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not very useful.
by T. P. (2 out of 5 stars)
December 21, 2017

Great concept but impossible for the every day baker. The cups are very small and honestly this will not work with store bought dough which means you will have to take even more time mixing dough. I tried with store bought dough and ended up with an over flowing mess all over the oven, uneven walls, and impossible to get out. Id rather take a muffin tin bake cookies and make my own dent in them.
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Okay for certain dough
by GLAFY (5 out of 5 stars)
February 9, 2019

Works better with stiffer dough, doesn't really work with store bought dough. I used it with rice crispies, but had to break the cereal up a bit in the food processer to get the insert to form a cup. One you get past that it works.

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