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Ateco Bowl Scraper
- Low Return Rate: 49% fewer returns than similar products
- Highly Rated: More than 80% 4 star and 5 star reviews
- Popular Item: Popular with customers shopping for "bread scraper"
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- Durable polypropylene bowl scraper by Ateco
- Flexible material helps get every last drop of dough or batter
- Conforms to curve or shape of a mixing bowl
- Can also be used on flat surface
- Sold individually By Ateco
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From the manufacturer
Ateco Rolling Pins have the weight needed to roll out even the stiffest of doughs. They are made in Canada out of solid Maple. Styles range from a 19” Dowel, the 20” French pin, or the Professional rolling pins in a variety of lengths and feature handles with ball bearings for a smooth and free rotation.
Ateco Decorating Tubes and Decorating Sets - available in stainless steel or plastic - provide bakers of every skill level with tools for successful cake and pastry decorating. For best results, use with Ateco pastry bags and decorating turntable.
Shown here: Ateco Russian Tips make quick work out of piping intricate flowers with little effort and no flower nail required.
Durable cutters make clean cuts through dough without rough edges, ideal for cookie dough or fondant. Cutter sets are available in stainless steel or plastic, with plain or fluted edges and nest together in their own tin for easy, space saving storage. In a broad assortment of shapes and sizes for every possible decorating need.
Plunger cutters - available in stainless steel or plastic - are great for cutting, embossing, and pressing out doughs, fondant or sugar paste for décor or garnish on cakes and pastries. The plunger-style design reduces prep time by cutting and embossing at the same time. In a broad assortment of shapes and sizes for every possible decorating need.
Make sure you get every last drop of dough, batter or icing with the Ateco Bowl Scraper! The flexible plastic material conforms to the curve of a mixing bowl while the straight edge can be used on a flat surface. This scraper is an essential tool for baking and cooking. Since 1905, Ateco has supplied fine restaurants and bakeries with quality built, specialty baking tools. Ateco products are internationally renowned for their high quality. When you use Ateco products, you're not only enjoying quality craftsmanship, you're also enjoying quality design; the products are a result of over one hundred years and four generations of innovation and development.
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Now, I'm not about to give up my stainless steel scrapers (and I love the one with the ruler on the business edge), but it's going to get a lot more rest in my implement drawer, now that I have these flexible plastic beauties. You may ask, "Just how flexible are they?" Great question. They are more stiff than flexible -- not soft enough to bend very easily -- but just flexible enough to bend a bit as you're scraping dough out of a mixing bowl. They don't *have* to bend much, though. This the curved edge can work the curves of almost any mixing bowl quite nicely by holding it at different angles to match the curve of the bowl. Another benefit to the plastic scraper is that it is less likely to scratch your work surface. I usually prefer to work directly on my countertop, not having a proper work surface big enough for some jobs. I can now scrape dough off the countertop with abandon -- and with nary a worry that I will be adding unwelcome lines to the surface.
I can't tell you (I really cannot, because I don't know) how many virtually useless kitchen gadgets I have bought (and subsequently added to the local landfill) over the years. Unless someone invents an even better flexible scraper for such a reasonable cost, these will get plenty of use in my kitchen for the rest of my days. If you don't have any and you *ever* make well-hydrated (somewhat to very sticky) dough, you should give these a try. You can waste far more money on kitchen tools that are far less useful. Believe you me, I have.
The contour of the tool is not 100% right, and there are sometimes spots in my kitchenaid bowl or my glass mixing bowls (which I usually use for proving) that it will miss. After a little more scraping, I have all the dough out.
The material is plastic and under stiffer doughs it has temporarily warped a bit, but it has always gone back into its original shape after applying some pressure. It's friendly to hold and big enough to help in transfers.
For the price, it's not bad, but when it wears out I'm going to try a different brand due to the wear on the edge after just a few months.
It’s flexible enough to get all the dough out and the right size (about 5”) to scrape most bowls however big.
I have a couple of these in the kitchen and they get frequent use.