All month we’ll be highlighting some of the Test Kitchen’s favorite gadgets for gift-giving. We’re kicking things off with a handy kitchen tool that’s not only a baker’s friend, but also a sweet way to support pediatric cancer research.
Gadget name: OXO “Good Cookie” Spatula
It looks like: This is a remarkably small, maneuverable silicone spatula that’s safe for nonstick cookware. This special charity edition is produced in a cheerful lime green with “be a good cookie” imprinted on its head.
How it’s supposed to work: The silicone outer layer, which is heat resistant to 600 degrees and safe for nonstick cookware, surrounds a stable stainless-steel core. It is also dishwasher-safe.
How it actually works: In our testing, the flexible edge of its 2 by 3-inch head, attached to an angled 6.5-inch handle, glided effortlessly beneath sugar, chocolate, and oatmeal raisin cookies as well as brownies.
Good to know: Each purchase of this limited-edition cookie spatula will help OXO support Cookies for Kids’ Cancer, a 501(c)3 non-profit committed to raising awareness of and funds for pediatric cancer research.
My favorite part: This small spatula is the perfect size for getting in between cookies on a crowded baking sheet or removing brownies from a pan.
Overall: If you’re an avid baker, the OXO “Good Cookie” Spatula is an ideal addition to your kitchen.
What kind of cookies are you making for the holiday?