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How to stop that annoying glass clanging when eating…. Spatula Spoon to the rescue!

Have you ever needed a small spatula but also need a spoon at the same time? Do you or a partner, roommate, sibling, parent or whomever get annoyed with your scrapping sounds of the spoon clanging the bowl for EVERY LAST BITE of the pudding, ice cream, pie, yogurt, etc??

Well, here is your fix! Meet the Supoon .... a Spatula Spoon

Spatula + Spoon = Supoon

Dreamfarm Supoon | Non-Stick Silicone Sit Up Scraping & Cooking Spoon with Measuring Lines

Large Supoon (Spatula Spoon) has a 1 tsp and 1 TBSP line on it. Makes it easy for measuring!

“Mini” Supoon is 1 tsp. It is perfect to use as a spoon AND a spatula to scrape the sides of the dish or bowl to get every last bite out.

This kitchen gadget is AWESOME! A total must have! It makes the perfect gift for the person who has everything, because, I’ll bet, they DON’T have a Supoon/Spatula Spoon!

You know, having the right tool for the job makes a world of difference. Case in point, right here, having the right “spoon” to get the jar clean and get every last bite of treat in my belly – this is the one!

AND BONUS: NO annoying clanking sound when I am trying to get every last bite of my yogurt or whatever out!

I found this spatula spoon recently in a kitchen store in Seattle but just found them on Amazon - mini spoon on Amazon and Supoon (large one) …so I ordered more! They are a spatula scraper that dubs as a spoon and (bonus) a measuring spoon! Winning!!!

You can see the mason jar with the spoon and what was left in the jar. Then I used the spatula spoon and was able to get every last bite!

These work GREAT for my jello, pudding, ice cream, pie, yogurt parfaits, pasta in my thermos, and so much more! I use at least 1x, if not, 2x each day!

See it in ACTION on YouTube:

Amazon Quick Link:

Supoon Mini and Large/2TBSP Spatula Spoon AKA Supoon:

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