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7 Silicone Spatulas to Find the Best Ones for Scraping


Asilicone spatula is something every home cook should own. While some may think of it as a baking utensil (and it certainly is!) a flexible spatula is really an everyday kitchen tool. It's handy for lots of tasks, including scrambling (and flipping, if over-easy's your thing) eggs and scraping out the last bit of smoothie from a blender. Compare them with other top-tier stirring and flipping utensils and you’ll see how versatile they are: a metal spoon can stir, but can’t scrape a pan clean; a fish spatula can flip a pancake, but can't combine a batter.Get more news about Silicone Spatulas,you can vist our website!

If you don’t already own a silicone spatula, it’s obviously time to change that. But before you put anything in your cart, we put seven popular models to the test to find the very best one. After scrambling dozens of eggs, batches upon batches of cookie dough and brownie batter, and scraping out quite a few thick smoothies, here are the silicone spatulas that are worth your investment.
The Best Overall Silicone Spatula: OXO Good Grips Silicone Everyday Spatula
Whether it was stirring a pan of soft-scrambled eggs, mixing chocolate chips into thick cookie dough, scraping gloopy brownie batter into a pan, or scooping out the dregs of a smoothie from a blender, this spatula aced the assignment. Its beveled edge made quick work of many tasks.

The Best Spatula for Mixing Thick Doughs: Tovolo Flex-Core All Silicone Spatula Turner
With a nylon core, the Tovolo Flex-Core spatula proved itself as one of the strongest spatulas of the bunch. Its wider head (2.5 inches) helped it quickly and efficiently combine wet and dry components of brownie batter, as well as cookie dough mix-ins.

The Best Spatula For Nooks and Crannies: GIR Premium Silicone Spatula
GIR’s spatula was the slimmest of the bunch, with a head just under 2 inches wide. Though it was slender, its fiberglass core made it very efficient and durable. Its smaller stature was a boon during our smoothie test where it easily fit the contours of the blender.
Spatulas with Strong Cores Help You Work Smarter, Not Harder
When it came to mixing thick doughs, a strong internal core was essential. While all of the spatulas successfully incorporated mix-ins into cookie dough, spatulas with nylon or fiberglass cores and an angled head performed best. They offered flexibility, while still being rigid enough for mixing and their edges easily scraped and glided down the sides of the mixing bowl.

Look for a Lightweight, But Not Too Lightweight Spatula
As noted, the Our Table spatula performed especially well when mixing cookie dough—at first it seemed this was primarily a result of its strong core and wide head; however it soon became clear that weight was also major factor as well. At 4.3 ounces, it was the heaviest model we tested. This meant that while the spatula struggled to deftly scramble eggs, combining stiff batter was a cakewalk. At 2.1 ounces, the lightest spatula (Rubbermaid) was the easiest to use in small skillet while scrambling eggs, but was so lightweight it struggled with the hefty cookie dough. And at 3.5 ounces, the OXO again proved to be just right—it was heavy enough to tackle mix-ins with ease, but didn't feel unbalanced when used for a delicate task like scrambling eggs.
The Criteria: What We Look for in a Silicone Spatula
A silicone spatula should have a flexible (but not floppy!) head, preferably with an angled, beveled edge. It should be lightweight and have a grippy handle that isn’t longer than your forearm. It should be durable enough to sit in a hot pan for a minute or so between stirs, as well as survive regular trips through the dishwasher.

The Best Overall Silicone Spatula: OXO Good Grips Silicone Everyday Spatula
What we liked: We especially loved this spatula’s slim, 2.1-inch head, which is not only tapered and angled to help stir efficiently, but it also had a beveled edge, which helped scrape bowls and pans super-clean. It’s heatproof up to 600ºF, so it could rest comfortably in a hot skillet for a minute or so without running any risk of melting. It had a rounded, comfortable handle.

The Best Spatula for Mixing Thick Doughs: Tovolo Flex-Core All Silicone Spatula Turner
Its wide-but-not-too-wide head and slightly heavier makeup made for efficient batter-mixing and pan-scraping. Heatproof up to 600ºF, neither hot pans nor the dishwasher gave this model trouble.
The Best Spatula For Nooks and Crannies: GIR Premium Silicone Spatula
This spatula from GIR really proved itself during the smoothie test, when it was able to scrape all the way around the bottom corners of a blender, nimbly avoiding the blades. And its skinny and strongly tapered head did the best job in tight spots of all the models we tested. Heatproof up to 500ºF, it held up to hot pans and the dishwasher and we found its rounded, grippy handle comfortable to hold.
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