Tools of the (Cupcake) Trade

I’m not big on fancy tools and gadgets, though I do find some of them useful.  This particular item is not very special, but I find it immensely helpful in filling frosting bags, spreading frosting, and sometimes the are more helpful than an actual spatula.  It’s also excellent for getting down to the last bits in a peanut butter jar.

They are just plastic spreaders and I found them at the Christmas Tree Shop on one of my visits home.  Two sizes for $1.69 have become an invaluable tool in weekly baking sessions.  I’m sure they could also be found at kitchen store, but might not be as cheap!

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