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Favorite: Odd-sized measuring spoons

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5 measuring spoons in sizes not usually found in sets, including a 2 teaspoon and a 15 teaspoon.

Today I wanted to share with you some little things that make my life easier in the kitchen! I found this set of odd-size measuring spoons several years ago in the King Arthur Flour catalog. They sell so many handy kitchen gadgets as well as a great line of gluten-free ingredients and mixes.

In this set of measuring spoons, you will find a Pinch, 1/8 teaspoon, 2/3 teaspoon, 1 1/2 teaspoons, and 2 teaspoons. I use the 2 teaspoons one every week when making my gluten-free bread machine bread, to measure out the yeast and the sugar. It just saves a little time over using a 1 teaspoon measure twice!

I also find the 1 1/2 teaspoons one very useful in many recipes I have like in my gluten-free chocolate chip cookies where I use 1 1/2 teaspoons of pure vanilla extract.

These spoons are stainless steel, and come linked together with a little chain in case you like to keep yours chained together. They are dishwasher safe as well!

If you’d like to get a set for your kitchen you can purchase here on Amazon. While this is definitely not a “need” item, it is sure something handy to have with your baking supplies. They are such a good deal too! These are also a fun item to include in a gift basket or stocking for someone you know that likes to bake!

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Sunday 10th of November 2013

Those must come in handy especially when halving a recipe, I bet. What WILL King Arthur Flour think of next?


Saturday 9th of November 2013

I am severely jealous of that 1 and 1/2 teaspoon size. Now how to drop hints to my hubby for Christmas :)