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Click ‘n Cook

by TerriAnn

When was the last time you described a spatula as ‘cool’? That was the reaction I had when I first saw a tweet/facebook post about Click ‘n Cook.

Click ‘n Cook is a modular spatula system designed to streamline your cooking space. After a few months of production, the physical product is now available to own and I was among the first to be included in the first shipment.

I wouldn’t consider myself to be well-stocked in kitchen supplies. Yet, I do own the basic items such as spoons, slotted spoons, tongs, spatulas, a masher, and a couple of ladles. I have all of my utensils stuffed in a holder that I bought from Ikea. Every time I reach in to pull out a spoon or spatula, everything falls out. I think I even lost one or two behind the oven. This has resulted in much frustration.

The Click ‘n Cook is a very simple item. The handle has its own place in the holder and each of the five spatulas goes in its color-coded slot. I really like the variety of spatula heads, especially the ‘purple one’ that has a monstrously huge surface. So far the spatulas have been great to use. None of the material has melted away or scratched my non-stick pans. All of the items are dishwasher-safe and clean very well. Though there is only one handle, I have actually used the spatula heads by themselves and it works just as well.

To use the spatulas you only need to: 1) Get the handle. 2) Attach it to the desired spatula head. 3) Fiddle with the button to make it stay-it’s a little stubborn. 4) Use. 5) Click button to release spatula head.

The Click ‘n Cook is supposed to replace the clutter but it didn’t do that for me. Spatulas are not usually the only utensil you use when cooking. So, the Click ‘n Cook actually become an additional item to put on the counter. I would have preferred if it had an option to mount it on the wall. That would also require the spatula heads to fit more securely in the holder.

Overall I am happy with the product. I like the variety of the spatula heads and they wash really well in the dishwasher. I have been using them daily as they are sturdy and comfortable to use, with or without the handle. Click ‘n Cook is an innovative product and hope to see it upgraded with a wall mount one day.

Disclosure: I was provided with the above mentioned product(s) at no charge in order to facilitate this review, which contains 100% my honest opinion.

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Grace January 11, 2011 - 10:30 am

These are cool. I gotta check them out. Thanks for sharing

Cookies & Clogs January 11, 2011 - 2:40 pm

You’re welcome!

Marianna @ Green Mama's Pad January 12, 2011 - 10:49 am

Those look very cool! I have 2 utensil crocks taking up space on my small counter and this would free up so much room for me. Thanks for the review!

Cookies & Clogs January 12, 2011 - 10:47 pm

No problem. It would be wonderful if it could help you out!

Rob January 12, 2011 - 10:59 am

I have a spatula I bought just for me to use when I make eggs and pancakes. Those spatula would be an awesome replacement. Thanks for sharing.

Cookies & Clogs January 12, 2011 - 10:48 pm

You would love the BIG spatula head – perfect for flipping and turning!

Stefani January 12, 2011 - 12:44 pm

Those look very cool. I only use plastic and looks look like a great addition for my kitchen!

Cookies & Clogs January 12, 2011 - 10:49 pm

They are so much sturdier than nylon. And since it doesn’t melt funny, there are no rough edges either!

Penelope January 12, 2011 - 4:06 pm

Not only do these look like they’d help me get super organized, but they look great too! Thanks for the information.

Cookies & Clogs January 12, 2011 - 10:49 pm

The best part is that the spatula heads are color-coded!

Emily Roemmich January 13, 2011 - 7:46 am

That’s really interesting! I have the same overflowing jar of spatulas you had. It would be great to cut down on clutter!

Cookies & Clogs January 13, 2011 - 8:24 pm

I’m so glad I’m not the only one 😛

Dawn January 13, 2011 - 1:58 pm

These would definitely help me to reach my goal of downsizing and organizing my kitchen this month.

Cookies & Clogs January 13, 2011 - 8:25 pm

Good goal. I think it’s all about getting rid of extra stuff you don’t need. I wish you the best.

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