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Stainless-Steel Ice Cream Scoop

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Scoop ice cream and cookie dough without it getting stuck to the spoon. Sturdy stainless-steel spring-loaded scoops consistently release perfect portions. Dishwasher safe. Available in multiple sizes.Read More

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EXCLUSIVE Scoop ice cream and cookie dough without it getting stuck to the spoon. Sturdy stainless-steel spring-loaded scoops consistently release perfect portions. Dishwasher safe. Available in multiple sizes.

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Customer Reviews

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Love these!
I have had three of these for many years and absolutely love them. I mostly use them for cookies and muffins. Everything comes out cleanly and evenly. They are tools any baker should have in their kitchen.
February 3, 2011
The Best Scoops Ever!!
These high quality scoops are the best!! They're perfect for measuring cupcake batter and cookie dough. The cookie dough doesn't get stuck in the scoop even when it's cold and firm, you get the perfect size every time. Once you use these scoops you'll be hooked too and they're dishwasher safe, what could be better :
July 28, 2011
Great!
I recieved this for my bridal shower and absolutley love it! I love using it to scoop cookie dough! It scoops the perfect amount each time! Love it & highly suggest you just buy it!
May 15, 2011
Perfect!
I bought the smallest of these for cookies, and it's fantastic. I've also used it for mini muffins, and it was perfect as far as actually clearing the entire scoop of batter and the mechanism is sturdier and smoother to use than any others I tested, including Oxo.
September 23, 2014
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Great Scoops
I love these scoops and have them in three different sizes. Although, I don't actually use them for ice cream. I use these to scoop the perfect amount of muffin/cupcake batter in to my tins, scoop out cookies, etc. They are a wonderful purchase and I recommend anyone who bakes a lot to buy these as they will make your life easier
October 18, 2013
Great Scoop!
These are well made, heavy duty scoops. Nice stainless finish, will withstand many years of use
November 30, 2013
Never making cookies without this again!
I never thought to get a cookie scoop for myself because I didn't think it was that hard to make cookies by hand. However, I got one of these as a wedding gift and I LOVE it. It makes the cookies uniform and it's really easy to scoop the dough and release the dough. It keeps my fingers clean and it's easy to clean as well. You should definitely get one!
September 5, 2015
Perfect for won ton meatballs
sturdy, exact size I neede
December 11, 2011
BEST ICE CREAM SCOOP EVER
I HAVE TRIED MANY ICE CREAM SCOOPS BUT THEY ALL BRAKE. THIS SCOOP IS WELL-MADE AND WORKS BEAUTIFULLY. I LOVE IT.
August 17, 2016
Purchased
2 months ago
 

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To Make Cookies with
Brandon F on Sep 20, 2016
look like good quality and selection of sizes
Barry F on Jul 10, 2016
To Make Cookies with
Brandon F on Sep 20, 2016
just got one of these myself and so great for cookies
Madeline B on Aug 5, 2016
look like good quality and selection of sizes
Barry F on Jul 10, 2016
I make lots of muffins. Hopefully, this is the right size. There isn't much information on this site.
James A on Jul 6, 2016
I think stainless steel is the way to go, and it will last long
TOYIN D on Jul 3, 2016
I have used these scoops for many years, they are great, durable, easy release and cleanup nicely also. the releasing mechanism is very sturdy and will not fail, even on heavy, dense doughs or ice cream. I highly recommend these scoops, and I am very particular about my kitchen tools.
Keith S on Mar 8, 2016
The "metal" finish on my last scoop started to flake off, which seemed dangerous if accidentally consumed. So, why not get a nice solid scoop that will last a long time, work properly and look good? Can't wait for it to arrive!
Naomi P on Mar 2, 2016
My daughter wanted this for her muffin, cupcake, and cookie escapades. Not sure we've used it in almost a year.....
DENISE N on Jan 15, 2016
the one we had (not from Sur La Table) broke, I am very impressed with the construction of this product, very durable
Timothy G on Dec 31, 2015
uniform sized cookies
anne w on Dec 16, 2015
I chose this stainless-steel ice cream scoop for my daughter-in-law for Christmas. She has excellent taste and this scoop looked well made and would last a long time. It is quality.
Cathy S on Dec 7, 2015
great for cookies.
Monica D on Nov 30, 2015
I like this brand for it's sturdiness. I use them to make cookies, scones, muffins, cupcakes, pancakes and waffles in a more precise measurement.
MARGARET M on Nov 29, 2015
These scoops are outstanding. I use them to make standard cookies and everyone comments that they look store bought. In addition I use the larger one to scoop batter for cupcakes. They also come out all the same size. Like these because they are heavy duty. Worth the money.
Karen k H on Oct 13, 2015
it looks like really nice quality, expensive but will be worth it if it stands the test of time
Hayley D on Sep 21, 2015
I've been looking for sometime now for the right sized scoops to make cookies and cupcakes. These are made of stainless steel and are also a dependable brand.
Sienna A on Aug 30, 2015
It's a great way to portion cookies and meatballs!
Nancy S on Aug 2, 2015
Didn't have these sizes
Denise B on Aug 1, 2015
So much easier to make cookies
Karen C on Jul 28, 2015
Have been looking for a reasonably priced ice cream scooper. On sale, I think this will do it.
Laurie M on Jul 10, 2015
Bridal registry
Donna C on Jun 22, 2015
Great reviews
Cynthia A on Jun 19, 2015
i wanted it
Benjamin M on Jun 16, 2015
My friend wanted one from Sur la tab.
Angela S on Jun 12, 2015
love me some ice cream
Anna-Sophia D on May 28, 2015
I purchased this item as a gift for a friend at The Farmers Market Store. Unfortunately there was only one in stock. I wished to have one for myself and went to a number of other stores but found what was offered much lower in quality and not as comfortable and smooth working as the Sur La Table brand. I preferred to wait for the better product rather than settle for a lesser one. In addition, the competitions priced their item 2-3 dollars higher.
ROY-MICHEL B on May 19, 2015
I need a lg ice cream scoop
Theresa T on May 15, 2015
Purchased for daughter-in-law and looked best based on reviews.
Dawn G on Mar 19, 2015
I have a couple of these scoops. I need to have a smaller one. This is a natural choice.
Kathryn R on Mar 14, 2015
Looks good
DAVID LEE U on Mar 1, 2015
Stainless steel quality
Pat W on Feb 5, 2015
A great tool, makes cookie baking a snap.
Stacey T on Jan 31, 2015
Rated as a cooking class favorite. Looks similar to well rated styles for portion scoops.
Constance F on Dec 29, 2014
I keep hearing about how great it is to bake with scoops and now I will get to see for myself
Jennifer P on Dec 8, 2014
searched everywhere for this and FINALLY found the size scoop I was looking for. LOVE this store and this site :)
Kelly R on Dec 8, 2014
great for scooping cookies
CHRISTINA S on Dec 2, 2014
Gift idea
Paula B on Nov 28, 2014
just got one of these myself and so great for cookies
Madeline B on Aug 5, 2016
I make lots of muffins. Hopefully, this is the right size. There isn't much information on this site.
James A on Jul 6, 2016
How do I convert the size listed to the US standard size of tablespoon to cup?

These are the best scoops ever!! Please list each scoop with the US standard size ie. 1.18=1 tbsp, etc. This would be really helpful. Thank you so much for your assistance
A shopper on Jul 25, 2011
BEST ANSWER: The sizes are as follows:
1.18"=1/2 TBSP 1.38"=1 TBSP 1.89"=2 TBSP 1.97"=2.75 TBSP 2.20"=4 TBSP 2.48"=5.25 TBSP
When using them to portion out cupcakes, what size should I use
A shopper on Apr 21, 2011
BEST ANSWER: A Standard muffin cup is about 2 1/2 inches in diameter and holds 1/4 to 1/3 cup batter.A Giant or Texas-size muffin cup is about 3 _ inches in diameter and holds 5/8 cup batter.A Miniature muffin cup is about 1 1/2 to 2 inches in diameter and holds 1/8 cup or 2 tablespoons batter.The best scoop for you to get in order to fill these muffin or cupcake tins would be the 4 TBSP one which holds about 1/4 cup and the 5.25 TBSP 1/3 cup of batter. If you are going to be making miniature muffins or cupcakes I would go with the 2 TBSP scoop which would be approximately 1/8 cup
Oz to tablespoons

Can you do a similar conversion for oz to tablespoons? I see the one that shows inches to tablespoons, but the measurements don't seem to match up with what I would expect. I'm wondering if the sizes changed or if I'm using the wrong conversion
A shopper on Apr 7, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Below is a conversion chart in the order these scoops appear on the website:.5 US fluid ounces = 1 US tablespoon1.25 US fluid ounces = 2.5 US tablespoons1.75 US fluid ounces = 3.5 US tablespoons2.75 US fluid ounces = 5.5 US tablespoons3.25 US fluid ounces = 6.5 US tablespoons(3/8) US fluid ounce = 0.75 US tablespoon
How can I correlate the scoop number with volume?

The spring loaded stainless steel ice cream scoops come in different sizes. When using them to portion out cookies, what size number holds one tablespoon
A shopper on Jan 19, 2011
BEST ANSWER: The smallest spoon would be the one you needed. It is 1.18"" in diameter and holds approximately 1 tablespoon
Who Manufactures The Scoops?

Who Manufactures The Scoops? I'm looking for ones made by Fantes.Thanks
A shopper on Jan 20, 2011
BEST ANSWER: I'm trying to find a brand to go with what I currently have, made in Germany. The handles are solid, not shaped flat metal.
I have #30 and #70 scoops - I need one sized in between - is there such a scoop?
Sharon D on Mar 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No. Here's what we carry:
.5oz=#70
1.25oz=#30
1.75oz=#24
2.75oz=#16
3.25oz=#12
3/8oz=#100
How many inches wide?

My recipe calls for a 2"" ice cream scoop - which one of these should I select
A shopper on Dec 9, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure about the others, but I have a 30 and it is 2"" across. Hope this helps
What are scoop numbers for different sizes?

I purchased 2 different sized scoops in the store. I'd like to purchase some other sizes online since the last time I was in the store they didn't have any at all. I have #30 and #16.
A shopper on Feb 5, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The 3/8 oz scoop is #100.The .5 oz scoop is #70.The 1.25 oz scoop is #30.The 1.75 oz scoop is #24.The 2.75 oz scoop is #16.The 3.25 oz scoop is #12
what is the material?
A shopper on Apr 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This was a gift purchased from a registry and sent directly to my niece. Sorry that I can't tell you more about the scoop.
Okay... the conversions below are not up to date i think. The scoops are now labeled by oz. Can you tell me which one is best for muffin tins and which on is best for cookies according to the oz size they are sold in? Thank you
L G on Jul 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I ordered the following:

Stainless Steel Spring-Loaded Scoop, 2¾ oz.
Stainless Steel Spring-Loaded Scoop, 1¾ oz.

I use the small one for cookies (1.75 oz) and the larger one for muffins. Seems that they changed the sizes. So if you want one for muffins - i would suggest the 3.25.

BTW- I LOVE LOVE LOVE these scoopers.
Which size did you get for cupcakes/muffins?
Deborah B on Nov 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Sorry, I wish that I could help you. But I have three different sized scoops to cover my baking portioning. The other factor is how much you load in the scoop. That is partial, level or overfill. So a small (1/2 oz) and a medium (1.25oz) work for us. Depending on your muffin tin and muffin top requirements, maybe the larger one (3.25oz)? You might check by measuring your preferred portion in a measuring cup with oz marks? The 1.25oz scoop holds 1.25oz of water.
Which size should I use for standard cupcakes/muffins?
A shopper on Aug 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I use the scoop that holds 3 tablespoons which I believe is the 3.25 ounce.
What is most common size for ice cream scoop?
maria c on Jul 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The 2.75 ounce or 3.25 ounce can be used as ice cream scoops but I would not recommend it. They are quite large and require a lot of force to use on hard ice cream. Use a one piece scoop they use in ice cream shops. These scoops are best used food measurement, such as baking and serving. I love them and use them all the time. I hope this helps you.
What is the standard measuring spoon size of Sur La Table Ice Scoop SS #100/SKU # 698407?
D M on Nov 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If it's the one in the picture sent, it's about a tablespoon. If doing meatballs or cookies, do a heaping scoop. Hope this helps!
The two description photos are not the same item. Which one is it? The photo with the muffin tin shows a cheap light weight disher and the closeup with the white background shows a heavy solid disher. If you look closely at the gears you will see what I am talking about.
Sheri H on Nov 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: These two pictures feature the same scoop, but in 2 different sizes.
I am looking for a mini scoop that is 1 1/8 inch inside edge to inside edge. It has to be this size for the bon bons I make. I have tried to order from other sites and they always send a 1 inch scoop which is too small even though it says 1 1/8 in description. . Can you tell me what size to order.? Thank you
A shopper on Sep 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I'm sad to say I can't help you this was a gift purchase.
Where are these scoops made?
A shopper on Aug 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: These are made in China.
 

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