Spadle is the Swiss Army Knife of cooking tools

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If you live in a tiny house, embrace minimalism, appreciate tools with more than one purpose or just like kitchen gadgets, then you’ll want to check out the Spadle. What is it? It’s a long handled dishwasher safe nylon spoon that easily converts into a ladle with a simple twist of the handle. The Spadle features a flexible silicone scraping tip that is safe to use on non-stick cookware and is heat resistant up to 260°C/500°F. But wait, there’s more! This transforming kitchen tool has another trick up its sleeve – or spoon. The spoon itself has a 1/2 cup capacity with easy to read 100ml, 1/4 cup, teaspoon and tablespoon measurements, so it’s a handy replacement for common measuring tools too. The Spadle is priced at $19.95 and is available in 8 colors from Dreamfarm.

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