KitchenInstrument Brand Silicone Spatula Set & Brush Review
In our house, baking and cooking is divided between myself and my husband. He does 98% of the cooking in the house (and does an amazing job of it!) and I do 98% of the baking. One thing that drives me crazy is the fact that I am a short woman, and I have smaller hands than most. When trying to mix, baste, stir, etc it's hard for me sometimes to grip the utensil properly and so it doesn't come out as smooth as I'd like. Well, KitchenInstrument Brand has brought some beautiful cooking utensils that not only look great, but they fit into the hands of any small or large chef. This is my review of their Silicone Spatula Set & Brush.
The first thing I noticed when I received the utensils is I loved the coloring and the smooth plastic handles. Most places give you this hard plastic, not very pleasant to the eye and all you can think of is "Use and put away". These are very nice to look at, and they have a widening handle at the bottom so my hand doesn't slide. I also love how the brush is a bit smaller than other basting brushes, so my daughter can help us if she wants and she won't splatter everywhere.
The only thing we noticed that made us scratch our heads, was that all of the pieces came apart at the top. Now this may be a good thing, this way you can clean the tops easily and not worry about mildew or mold getting inside. But usually they're sealed on really well so if this is supposed to be like that, then don't mind me. Again you can see in the picture how small they are and yet for large or small hands these work great. I tested one of the spatulas stirring in a bowl with some cake mix and they held up fantastically. It didn't bend, didn't feel any resistance or risk of breaking at the handle, and I know as long as we take care of them they will last us quite a while!
Out of Five Stars, I give KitchenInstrument Brand !!!
Elizabeth is a work at home Mother of a sweet and beautiful daughter. She is a wife of seven years and a blogger for some time now. When she isn't spending time with her "Livvybug" she is looking for new review opportunities and writing or singing along to classic rock and pop music!