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- Soft, comfortable, spring-loaded handle absorbs pressure for a simple squeeze
- Wiper cleanly ejects even sticky dough, creating uniform cookies that will bake evenly
- #60 portioner holds 2 teaspoons of dough
- Yields 2” diameter cookies
- Dishwasher safe
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From the manufacturer
OXO Good Grips Cookie Scoops
Make Scooping Simple
Easily scoops dough for consistently round cookies.
Take the Pressure Off
The soft, comfortable, spring-loaded handle absorbs pressure while you squeeze to easily release your cookie dough.
Wiper cleanly ejects even sticky dough, creating uniform cookies that will bake evenly.
Large Cookie Scoop
- Holds 3-tablespoons
- Size 20 portioner
- Yields 3-1/2" diameter cookies
Medium Cookie Scoops
- 1.5 tablespoons
- Size 40 portioner
- Yields 2-3/4" diameter cookies
Small Cookie Scoop
- Holds 2 teaspoons
- Size 60 portioner
- Yields 2" diameter cookies
Make the Cookie Scoop an everyday kitchen essential by using it for meringues, muffins, cupcakes, ice cream, melons, rice, meatballs, and more.
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For easy scooping and consistently round cookies, try an OXO Good Grips Cookie Scoop. OXO Scoops have soft grips that absorb pressure while you squeeze to easily release your cookie dough. This small size scoop holds 2 teaspoons of cookie dough and yields a 2 inch cookie.
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I added a picture of the scoops and the balls they created to the item, see the alternate pictures. The balls are made out of quite firm, straight from the refrigerator whipped white chocolate ganache. There are two scoops shown for each disher. On the left is a scoop leveled off with a knife, to the right is a slightly rounded "natural" scoop.
(from left to right, see picture) I also bought the Norpro Stainless Steel Scoop, 25MM (1.5 Teaspoon) and am keeping that, as I really wanted a very small scoop. The next smallest is also the most expensive, the smaller of the two Zeroll Universal Small EZ Disher Food/Ice Cream Scoop, Orange, followed by the Zeroll Universal Small EZ Disher Food/Ice Cream Scoop, Burgundy. They made nice scoops, but I returned the Zerolls as I found the plastic handles rather awkward to use with very stiff batter. These are followed by the Oxo Good Grips Small Cookie Scoop and the Adcraft (purchased at a local restaurant supply store), which I felt would be best for cookies or small meatballs, but if you like a larger truffle, they could be used for that too. The Oxo Good Grips Small Cookie Scoop has the most comfortable handle to use of all of them. It produced ganache balls of 14-19 grams.
The cookie scoopers are no exception. They never catch, they portion things out easily. In addition to cookies, I use them for measuring cupcake batter, meatballs, portioning ground beef for hamburgers, etc. And they handle being used by an elementary schooler for scooping ice cream. No complaints - worth the money.
Someone had asked about if it would work well to fill small muffin tins. Adding a picture to show how far it fills our tins up - it's about 60% of the way. It's the same ratio the large does for standard muffin tins.
One generous scoop is the perfect amount for a regular cupcake cup size. They *ALL* came out perfect with a beautiful "muffin top". I attempted to trust my hubby to make the cupcakes one time, but he under-filled them (he did not follow my directions about the generous scoop amount!). And bc it is built like an icecream scooper (with the inside metal pieces that helps slide off the icecream), I never have to scrape the scooper to make sure all the batter gets into the cups. And this also helped me utilize ALL the batter bc sometimes I didn't know if there was enough batter in the bowl to make another cupcake, but with the scooper, I can just scrape the sides until it if full and have another perfect cupcake to bake - nothing goes to waste. Easy to wash and has been going strong, with no issues, for many months now. I do not regret this purchase AT ALL!
I first had the medium size of the OXO Good Grips cookie scoop, and I love it to pieces. I've had it a couple of years, and leave it soaking in a mixing bowl of water all the time, and wash it in the dishwasher, top rack.... it looks brand new. I use it at least once a week. It's nice not to have to use 2 teaspoons to scoop dough and try and figure out if all the cookies are the same size. The cookies are also perfectly round and professional looking. I scoop dough and scrape off excess to level the dough against the side of the mixing bowl.
Then a year later, I got the small and large size cookie scoops. If you're wondering what size to get for yourself, here's what I use each size scoop for:
The small scoop (holds 2 teaspoons): Lots of little uses for this scoop. I use it to measure out ganache filling for cupcakes. I also use this one for baking "pumpkin pie bites" for my dogs. As for cookies for us humans, the small scoop is hard to use with cookie dough that has chocolate chips or coarsely chopped nuts in them, I feel, because it's too small for those additions to a dough. And if a dough has both nuts and chips in them, it's too difficult to get the dough/chip/nut ratio right in each cookie. However, this small scoop is a good size for super rich cookies, the kind where you eat one and you're good, there's no way you could eat a stack of them - like my peanut butter oatmeal sandwich cookies; they have a peanut butter creme filling and they're very rich, so it's nice to have a smaller cookie size for these. (And yet I still use the medium scoop for these, too.)
The medium scoop (holds 1.5 tablespoons): I use this one for all my cookies, it's the scoop I reach for the most. I love it. I have the other 2 sizes and use them and like them, but if for some reason I had to downsize my stash of kitchen gadgets and utensils, I could use this medium size for everything and be quite happy.
The large scoop (holds 3 tablespoons): I use this for scooping cake batter to fill cupcake tins, it's a great size for this! I also use it for scooping out dough for baked doughnut bites and for scones (I don't have a scone pan). I don't really use this for cookies, and especially not for rich cookies, like my peanut butter blossom cookies (peanut butter cookie rolled in sugar, and when they come out of the oven, a Hershey Kiss is placed in the center of each cookie to melt).... with such a large, rich cookie, I swear the large size of this cookie doesn't taste as peanut-buttery. When I mentioned this to my family as we ate them after dinner, they told me I wasn't crazy, it's the same recipe, but it doesn't taste as much like a peanut butter cookie. The large scoop is too big for rich cookies, I think.
I'm happy with these scoops and their performance (no need to handwash them, woohoo!). I certainly can't imagine baking cookies without my trusty medium size scoop.