OXO Good Grips Silicone Cookie Spatula

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ATKOXOCS
$9.99

The surprisingly versatile utensil that can handle (almost) anything.

Compact spatulas—often marketed as cookie spatulas—are bigger than jar scrapers but smaller than standard spatulas. They’re made from a variety of materials, including plastic, silicone, and stainless steel, and can be narrow and elongated or short and squat—but they’re all designed to deftly navigate tight spaces such as crowded baking pans and cookie sheets.

OXO Good Grips Silicone Cookie Spatula

WINNER - RECOMMENDED

This spatula was great for flipping eggs and pancakes, and the flexible silicone head was especially good at gliding in the pan—even navigating rounded sides with ease. The silicone material kept cookies stable during transport, and we liked the generous handle. The spatula’s head was an ideal length, though we found it too wide to easily scoop up brownies. And while this spatula’s flexible head was ideal for skillet cooking, it was too pliable to scrape up leftover brownie bits.


We maintain strict objectivity in all testing.*
DESIGN ★★
BROWNIES ★½
COOKIES ★★★
EGGS AND PANCAKES ★★★
HEAT RESISTANCE★★★
KEY: GOOD ★★★   FAIR ★★   POOR ★
Details

Materials: Silicone, flex steel, and nonslip elastomer handle
Dishwasher-safe: Yes
Item Number: ATKOXOCS


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How We Tested Compact Spatulas

We selected seven models priced from about $7.00 to about $15.00, including our former winner. We tested them on cookies and brownies; although our recipes recommend an aluminum foil sling for easy brownie removal, we realize that many people slice them in the pan. And because people also use these small spatulas when cooking foods in skillets, we used them to make over-easy eggs and pancakes.


Winning Traits

  • Compact design for tight spaces
  • Rounded handles that's at least 5 inches from the front edge
  • Spatula head that is long enough to support an egg, but narrow enough to squeeze between cookies
  • Plastic or silicone for non-stick surfaces
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