Preparing crumb topping is easy as pie with the OXO Good Grips Dough Blender with Blades. Sturdy stainless steel blades quickly cut butter or margarine into dry ingredients such as flour and sugar. The soft handle absorbs pressure and is non-slip for a secure grip.
Amazon.com Product Description
Cutting butter or margarine into flour for great pie and pastry crusts is easier than ever with this heavy-duty dough blender from Oxo. Designed with sturdy stainless-steel blades, the dough blender makes quick, efficient work of preparing crumb toppings and pastries. The broad, soft handle absorbs pressure and is non-slip for a secure grip. The kitchen tool measures 5 by 5-1/4 by 2 inches and is safe to clean in the dishwasher.
- Cut butter or margarine into flour for great pie and pastry crusts with this heavy-duty dough blender
- Designed with sturdy stainless-steel blades; makes quick, efficient work of preparing crumb toppings and pastries
- Broad, soft handle absorbs pressure and is non-slip for a secure grip
- Measures 5 by 5-1/4 by 2 inches
- Safe to clean in the dishwasher
- Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 5 x 2.2 inches ; 2.4 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
- Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
- ASIN: B000QJE48O
- Item model number: 1124200
Average Customer Review (312 customer reviews)
This one will make your life easier., By Wood Wren 'Wren'
April 21, 2009
I do a lot of baking; a lot of different types of baking and therefore need good equipment that is not going to break my piggy bank. I have owned several dough blenders (still have them in the baking section of my kitchen) but found this Oxo brand to be the best of the litter. It fits my hand perfectly and for those of you who do a lot of work with these utensils know, this is very important. Nothing like a good hand cramp to set your day off just right. I suspect that this company has put in quite a lot of research as to the workings of the human hand and they pretty well have it nailed with this product. The blades of this one (five) are quite stout and do not bend and flex as most do. I hate flimsy utensils, so this one was a real pleasure when I started using it. As to the sturdiness, this one if far superior to the Wilton, Pampered Chief or Anco...there is just no comparison. Trust me, I have used them all. There are some considerations though...
Works perfectly, By Stu
November 11, 2007
This product works exactly as advertised. After using knives/forks to cut in butter, I finally got frustrated and bought this -- what a difference. It cuts my work time in half and does a much better job than how I used to do it. Highly recommended!
good value, By Stephen F. Brown
November 29, 2007
Good product for a basic pastry cutter.Blades are fairly stiff and distort very little with use.Grip is very comfortable for my small hands and grips well.Not large so if you do large batches you will get a workout.Why are blades always so not sharp on these cutters? All together a solid performing tool.