Pair of Deluxe Kitchen Spatulas Giveaway

The Spatula by GIR is my new favorite little kitchen tool and new favorite spatula.

Created for both cooking and baking, the GIR Spatula is designed to mix, stir, fold and sauté foods at any temperature.

Made from heavy-duty molded silicone, it is heat-resistant up to 464°F. Its sturdy, non-slip handle does not get hot to the touch, melt, or burn when used for high-heat cooking.

MY OTHER RECIPES

What I like most about it is it’s strong but flexible blade that provides the optimum balance between flexibility and firmness, helping me to tackle dry mixes and wet batters, scrape bowls, and manipulate solids and liquids in pans, bowls, pots and plates. It allows me get in nooks and crannies, like under the rim of a can of sweetened condensed milk or under the blade of my food processor, and are great for spreading batter into tight corners of baking pans.

  Dishwasher-Safe and nearly indestructible. Its unibody silicone construction makes it easy to clean and super sanitary; there are no nooks or crevices for food to get caught in.

 Available in eleven bright and vibrant colors

I use spatulas every day, all day. I have half a dozen dirty at any point, making recipes like these:

Banana Bread Brownies with Vanilla Caramel Glaze – My favorite banana bread recipe

The Best Lemon Bars – My favorite lemon bars

Brown Sugar Maple Cookies – Extremely soft, chewy, and moist

Browned Butter Rice Krispies Treats (no-bake with vegan and GF options) – Best Rice Krispies Treats I’ve ever had

Microwave Strawberry Vanilla Mug Cake with Vanilla Buttercream Glaze – Make in less than 5 minutes

Peanut Chewy Payday Bars – Like a Payday Candy Bar

Seven Minute Microwave Caramels (no-bake, gluten-free) – The best caramels I’ve ever had and the spatulas stand up to boiling hot sugar

Baked Vanilla Donuts with Vanilla Glaze – Think baked version of Krispy Kreme at home

No-Bake Vanilla Cake Batter Chocolate Truffles

Chocolate Chip and Chunk Cookies – My favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe

Winner of the giveaway will win a pair of Spatulas ($45.00) in the colors of his/her choice

Using Rafflecopter, enter to win a Pair of Deluxe Gir Spatulas by making sure to leave a blog comment below in response to the first question.

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221 comments on “Pair of Deluxe Kitchen Spatulas Giveaway”

  1. I actually use a spatula everyday for my daily breakfast waffles!

  2. Hello!
    I am in desperate need of a good spatula. I use my blender and food processor for every meal: breakfast smoothies, bean dips (especially hummus), salad dressings, chop cabbage, and raw vegan banana ice-cream! It’s hard to clean the nooks-and-crannies of the blender and food processor when you don’t have a spatula…
    This is my favorite healthy, raw ice-cream “http://veganslivingofftheland.blogspot.com/p/raw-vegan-mint-ice-cream.html” at my website.
    I have another CLEAN VEGAN recipe “No sugar, no fat, gluten free option COOKIES” @ http://veganslivingofftheland.blogspot.com/p/healthiest-no-fat-cake-ever.html?showComment=1358701340027

  3. Chocolate chip cookies! :)

  4. I would make homemade chocolate cupcakes with vanilla buttercream frosting!

  5. I use spatulas mostly when baking. I’d make some delicious cookies!

  6. I am in need of new spatulas, and I would use them to scrape my chocolate chipe cookie dough and banana bread batter from my mixing bowls.

  7. If i win the spatula i will use it to make some yummy oatmeal cookies for a friend. :)

  8. I use a spatula for everything from turning chicken breasts when I’m pan searing them, to removing cookies on a cookie shhet, to serving baked ziti. This brand of spatulas looks terrific and easy to clean! I’d make my fiance a cheddar and Swiss omelet to break in the new spatulas :-)

  9. We have a cheap plastic spatula, but it’s really only for, y’know, flipping stuff and moving things around in the pan. Mostly we use it for eggs ’cause we eat a lot of those.

    If I were to win, I think I’d make some banana bread first – I’ve got about ten bananas waiting in the freezer!

  10. these kinds of spatulas are my lifesavers. I LOVE licking out the bowl and these make it possible!

  11. With my new spatulas, I would definitely make another batch of brownies–a silicone spatula would work amazingly when I’m stirring hot butter and melted chocolate!

  12. buttercream frosting! So I can get every last little bit from the bowl!

  13. I mainly use spatulas when I’m baking to easily get all of the batter out of the bowl. I use it for cookies, brownies, cakes, etc. Mainly brownies because those are my fav!

  14. Blondies! Not only are they my favorite dessert, but the last thing I used my spatula for is folding together a batch.

  15. Whoa love the colors!!

  16. I’m going to try the banana bread brownies

  17. Rice crispy treats for sure! A silicone spatula would be great for spreading all that gooey delicousness around!

  18. I will definitely be making tiramisu cupcakes!!

  19. I will be making this:

    http://www.chef-in-training.com/2013/01/reeses-brownies-with-peanut-butter-buttercream/

    I have been eyeing down that recipe and cant wait!

  20. I’d probably make your cranberry and white chocolate chip cookies for my boyfriend. He loves white chocolate. Love the idea of a spatula that doesn’t have any nooks and crannies for particles to get stuck in.

  21. I would use it to scrape cake batter out of my bowls–gotta get every last drop!

  22. Brown butter chocolate chip cookies!!

  23. I use spatulas for everything, but I’d probably whip up a batch of cookies or brownies

  24. I use spatulas all the time but mine are dying. I’d make Cookies first, and a banana bread afterwards and then…..

  25. well my latest craving is monster cookies! gotta use a spatula to stir up all thick peanut buttery oatmeal goodness! (it can be quite the arm workout) would love to try these! :)

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