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Norpro Rosette / Timbale, 7 Piece Set

by Norpro
Original price $23.99 - Original price $23.99
Original price
$23.99 - $23.99
Current price $23.99

A Scandinavian tradition & delicacy! Make light, crispy cookies, crackers & delicious desserts.
7 Piece Set: Wooden, two prong handle with cast aluminum molds: 3 rosettes & 3 timbales.

Rosette molds the batter and deep fries making crispy cookies you can either dust with powdered sugar or frost.

Timbale molds/create shells to be filled with vegetables or meat for appetizers or fill with fruit and top with cream for a mini dessert.

Made of cast aluminum with a stay cool wood handle.  

Recipes and instructions included.

Hand washing recommended. Do not put in the dishwasher.

Measures: 8.75" x 3" x 4" / 22cm x 7.5cm x 10cm
Handle length: 5.5" / 14cm
Handle diameter: 1" / 2.5cm
Rosette measurements: 3" x .5" / 7.5cm x 1.25cm
Timbale attachments: 2.5" x .75" / 6cm x 2cm

SKU 028901032869

Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
Bonnie Spangberg

Norpro Rosette / Timbale, 7 Piece Set

Suzanne Harris
Rosettes are coming

Just in time for the holidays - love the Norpro Rosette 7 piece setting. Thank you for the prompt delivery.

Crowd Pleaser

Fast delivery - sooner than scheduled which was a nice surprise given the general COVID disruptions. Set was just as expected other than the Rosette irons being a bit bigger in diameter than expected. A bit of a knack getting irons hot enough and making sure the oil is shaken off before dipping into the batter (otherwise the batter can slip off), but otherwise easy to use. If using 2 rosettes at a time you do need to carefully prise the 2 prongs apart.

Judith Lynn Kepner
Memories from childhood!

I am thrilled with this mom always made rosettes for the holidays and such good memories from childhood were revisited with this set of my own!


I would have liked the metal pole or handle to be a bit longer for safety reasons. The steam & bubbles from the hot oil can burn if your not careful. Videos on how to make Bunellos or Rosetta were a great help.