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PBspoon
Peanut Butter Spoon


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$11.95


Scoop, spread, and snack with a peanut butter spoon made to tackle both a full and an almost-empty jar. The silicone head has a pointed tip that gets into hard-to-reach curves and a flat back side that can spread peanut butter and other nut butters and spreads. The rounded face scoops and is the perfect shape to snack from. (Go on, you know you want to.)

  • Instructions: Scrape on the spoon's edge in both directions to remove peanut butter; use the flat back for spreading or the rounded face for eating off of like a traditional spoon
  • Rounded face for eating straight from the jar
  • Flat back for spreading like a knife
  • Flat edge and pointed tip for scraping your jars clean
  • Silicone head is flexible, durable, and stain resistant
  • Made in China

Materials:

Spoon head: Heat resistant silicone; Spoon handle: Beechwood with an oil finish. Materials are food-safe and BPA-free

Care:

Hand wash handle, spoon head is removable and dishwasher safe

Includes:

One spoon head and handle

Dimensions:

1.5" x 9" x 0.4"

Weight:

0.06 lb

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PBspoon

PBspoon Maker Chris Herbert, a self-professed peanut butter addict, was whittling spoons in his down time when inspiration struck. He realized typical spoons are not shaped to get into the curves at the bottom of jars, which leaves those precious last few bites out of reach. So Chris made his own peanut butter spoon (that’s also a bit like a spatula) to do a better job of getting all the goodness out of the jar. PBspoon has a pointed tip for scraping and a backside for spreading. The rounded face scoops and is the perfect shape if you want to snack straight from it—don’t worry, we won’t judge you. We couldn’t resist sneaking bites this way ourselves.

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