GIR Spatula Giveaway! {CLOSED}

GIR GIVEAWAY | Fabtastic Eats

I am a spatula fanatic. I am always using either spatulas or wooden spoons. They’ve always been my two favorite kitchen utensils! I love rubber spatulas for the way they scrape down the bottom and sides of bowls perfectly. Wooden spoons were always my favorite because they’re hard and sturdy and mix things as well as saute really well. I’ve always used both types of utensils for EVERYTHING.

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WELL I recently got the chance to try a GIR (Get It Right) Spatula! Hands down, these babies are the best…they do all the work of both rubber spatulas and my beloved wooden spoons. I’ve had it for a little while now, and every single time I’m in the kitchen, (which is a lot!),  I use it. My magenta spatula is the first thing I grab every time I’m cooking. (By the way, how fun are all those colors!!?)


So what makes these different? Why do I love it so much?

~They’re multipurpose! They work for everything from stirring and sauteing to batters, cookie doughs, and everything in between.

~They’re heat resistant up to 464° F, un-like rubber spatulas which tend to melt or change form, or wooden spatulas which burn on the stove or warp in the dishwasher. GIR Spatulas will not bend, melt, OR get hot to the touch!

~Flexibility! They’re not so soft that they’ll bend, but not so firm that they wont form around bowls, pans, or containers of all shapes and sizes. They still control the movement of foods perfectly.

So you definitely want one now, right? (By the way, these would make an excellent gift this season to a foodie in your life, they’re entirely worth it!)


A HUGE thank you to GIR who generously offered this giveaway to five lucky readers of Fabtastic Eats!!

The Giveaway: One GIR spatula, in the color of the winners choice!

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