Bowl Scraper: The Kitchen Tool I Never Knew I Needed (and Tastetastic Thursday)

Besides my beloved cookie scoop, there is one small tool in my kitchen that I use constantly, but never knew I needed.  My husband’s not so happy with my use of this tool, however, because he can no longer lick the bowl when I make cookies, brownies, etc.  So, what’s this amazing tool?  Nothing more than a bowl scraper.

I don’t remember where I picked mine up, but it’s similar to this bowl scraper on Amazon.  Wondering why a bowl scraper is so fabulous?  Let this before and after show you.

Before bowl scraper After

Look at all that yumminess I would have missed out on (but hubby would have enjoyed!).   I use this thing all the time, so if you have just a few dollars to spare, I highly recommend getting one. You can use it the next time you make one of these featured recipes (how’s THAT for a segue???):

No-Bake Chocolate-Raspberry Mousse Pie from Cooking My Way Through My CSA; Baked Potato Stacks from The Rickett Chronicles; Baked “Fried” Squash from Aunt Nubby’s Kitchen; Baked Quinoa with Chicken Sausage and Spinach from I Was Born to Cook

Who’s ready to party? The rules are simple:

  1. Please link up no more than two recipes.
  2. I’d love it if you’d follow me using the social media icons on the right sidebar.
  3. Please have a link back to me on your post. I’ll be featuring three links next week, but I can only feature you if there’s a link back.
  4. Click around, have some fun, and get inspired!
(As always, the links show up in random order. No rewards for the early birds, or punishments for those who get there a little later.)
By linking up to this party, you give me permission to use the photo you submitted in next week’s feature.


Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. If you purchase these Amazon items, I make enough money to buy a stick of gum.

27 comments

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  4. kristy @ gastronomical sovereignty

    as a segue-master myself, i know a good one when i see it… and you did us proud, darling ;)

    this week i’ve linked up a raw kale salad stuffed zucchini boat recipe.

    also, it’s our second week for the Wednesday Fresh Foods Blog Hop – please feel free to stop by and link up your CSA collections, farmer’s market treasures, garden harvests, seasonal recipes, or related food politics rants :) Hope to see you there!

    and of course, thanks for hosting!

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  10. kristy lynn @ Taste Buds

    Good morning fellow linker upers! (that makes us sound like some weird brand of illegal drug, haha)…

    This week I’ve linked up something I was inspired to make as a result of my June Foodie Pen Pal Package: Cactus Jelly Bourbon’d Bacon Tacos… Because if bourbon doesn’t make everything better, bacon certainly does. Mmmm bacon…. Mmmm bourbon…. Mmmmm bourbony Bacon…

    Happy linking!

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  14. Beth @ Aunt B's Kitchen

    Thanks for hosting. I see some wonderful links here this week. :)

    I’ve linked my Almond Chicken. Super simple to make this dish elevates just a few commonplace ingredients into something really special. Enjoy!

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