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Stainless-Steel Ice Cream Scoop


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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17 Reviews
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Great scoop!
This is super sturdy. We use it for a cookie scoop. It is great. We bought two sizes and i often get them for gifts.
March 23, 2019
1 year ago
Well Made
Looks well made, very sturdy in the hand. Have not tested it over the long run, only a few weeks.
March 4, 2019
5 months ago
December 11, 2018
8 months ago
The best quality on market
Trust me just buy this one. I searched everywhere online and in-store. It turns out that this one beat all the others in terms of quality. I believe it can last life-long.
July 2, 2018
1 year ago
Terrific Product
Works great and made nice even size scones.
January 25, 2018
1 year ago
Very High Quality 1.25 oz. Disher Scoop
This scoop is precision made from thick, highly polished stainless steel. The gears are very robust and it has a strong ejection spring. I use it to measure dough and form homemade tater tots. I already had the .5 oz size, so when I wanted a larger scoop, I knew which one to get. Recommended!
May 22, 2017
over 2 years ago
Why did I wait?!
I bought 2 sizes in these scoops, one for cookies, the other for muffins. I've already used them a handful of times for baking.

These make the most perfectly round, proportionate sized cookies and are wonderful for muffin batter as well.

I would highly recommend, these are an essential when baking!
April 24, 2017
over 2 years ago
It was exactly what I was looking for. It feels solid and sturdy not cheep like most scoops.
March 2, 2017
over 2 years ago
August 17, 2016
over 2 years ago
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

Questions & Answers

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Why did you choose this?
Sur La Table Store
Registry item for my sister in law's daughter.
Joyce D on Jul 13, 2019
It's built simply and looks to be well made. I wish there was a wider variety of sizes available.
John E on Jun 2, 2019
Registry item for my sister in law's daughter.
Joyce D on Jul 13, 2019
I bought this before and I find this scoop very sturdy.
ESTHER B on Jul 8, 2019
It's built simply and looks to be well made. I wish there was a wider variety of sizes available.
John E on Jun 2, 2019
Perfect size to use when making pizzelles. Giving some as gifts.
THERESA T on May 28, 2019
Recommended on Simple and Sweet Food blog.
Brixie M on May 13, 2019
Sheila K on Apr 16, 2019
Thought I could do with just a spoon this year. It was difficult. So I'm upgrading.
CHRISTINE H on Jan 1, 2019
to cookies baking
emy l on Dec 9, 2018
when serving pies at thanksgiving w/ice cream, i realized my mom didn't have an ice cream scoop! I love this one and use it for muffin and cupcakes as well as serving heaping spoonfulls of chicken or tuna salad
Jennifer C on Nov 29, 2018
tough tough tough
Rebecca A on Oct 14, 2018
I had own many of this type of scoop. All BUT this brand has been a disappointment.
Michele' B on Oct 11, 2018
Recommended by all my chef friends.
Jacob S on Oct 2, 2018
I was looking for a stainless steel ice cream scoop
Lewis S on Aug 12, 2018
Silvia K on Jul 26, 2018
Need a new Ice cream scoop
DIANA N on Jul 20, 2018
I made all of my purchases because of bridal registry
Yvonne R on Jul 19, 2018
My original one lasted 30 years and finally broke, this is a replacement scoop.
Karen C on Jun 3, 2018
It was on sale and I have purchased other sizes
Gail M on Apr 29, 2018
We lost our old ice-cream scoop in our house move a year ago.
Alison T on Apr 7, 2018
Blaine V on Mar 16, 2018
Best quality
Laure S on Feb 21, 2018
Stainless steel construction and it's the correct size that I needed.
Ellen W on Feb 3, 2018
Needed the biggest scoop for baking..
Jennifer D on Jan 25, 2018
Loved the other sizes I use for baking cookies.
Jacqueline G on Jan 15, 2018
durability and performance
Rebecca A on Jan 13, 2018
Wife was wanting a good heavy duty large cookie scoop.
Bill S on Dec 19, 2017
Perfect size for muffins. I have one, this one is for my daughter.
Carolyn E on Dec 5, 2017
I ordered 2 sizes and these are gifts. Lg for cupcake dough. Sm for cookies or meatballs. I own several sizes myself and use them all the time.
CAROL O on Dec 3, 2017
Sturdy and strong.
Alene B on Nov 27, 2017
Great for making cookies or muffins, so everything is the same size. Makes scooping out dough easy and fast.
Laura D on Oct 11, 2017
Best way to portion out cookie/muffin batter. Highly recommended!!!
Natalie R Staff on Sep 7, 2017
wedding registry
Doreen D on Aug 22, 2017
5-star reviews
Kristin A on Aug 8, 2017
Needed one.
Denise K on Aug 8, 2017
goes with ice cream maker
Bernice L on Jul 1, 2017
I chose this particular scoop because of it's stainless steel construction and the fact that it has a piece to release the ice cream from the scooper. It also had great reviews.
Carrie S on Jun 12, 2017
seems to be of excellent quality-- an investment piece i can use for many recipes
Mary A on Jun 10, 2017
Only one in the size I needed.
A R on Jun 9, 2017
must have for cookies
mendi m on May 28, 2017
i use this to make cup cakes
Ana F. on May 24, 2017
perfect size for cookies
Susan H on May 12, 2017
need one
Deanna K on May 10, 2017
Replacing lost scoop.
Thu N on Apr 29, 2017
The best one, ever. It doesn't stick like it says, and throws it out with the spring. Quality is the best
Mali P on Mar 12, 2017
Because you have the best products
Joyce R on Feb 17, 2017
I chose this scoop because I needed a smaller size and, it turns out, I recently used it to make italian meatballs. They came out the perfect bite sized portion for kids to adults!
Linda O on Jan 11, 2017
I lost the one I had for 25 yrs and tried 2 others that have not worked. My hope is this one will be of the same quality as the one I originally loss.
Donna D on Jan 7, 2017
I have been looking for a good ice cream scoop that won't break the first time you use it and this looked like it would hold up for a while. I also purchased one for each of my two daughters
Christine K on Dec 17, 2016
I use this scoop for making gougere cheese puffs and truffles and am ordering this for a friend who always borrows mine!
Susan P on Dec 11, 2016
I needed a new one!
sharon e on Dec 7, 2016
I bought this before and I find this scoop very sturdy.
ESTHER B on Jul 8, 2019
Perfect size to use when making pizzelles. Giving some as gifts.
THERESA T on May 28, 2019
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
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
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
When using them to portion out cupcakes, what size should I use
A shopper on Apr 21, 2011
BEST ANSWER: I use the 2.75 oz and works out perfect everytime! It provides enough batter for the cupcake to rise just above the pan for a nice round top for frosting.
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
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
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:
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.
what is the material?
A shopper on Apr 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: These are the best made scoops you can find and are in fact made with stainless steel.
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.
Where are these scoops made?
A shopper on Aug 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: These are made in China.
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.
I bought scoops previously they were marked #16 and were of very good quality however what would like to know is what size is it equivalent to 3.25oz or is it 3\8oz?
A shopper on Oct 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: My scoop is not marked (and i’ve forgotten what size I bought from Sur La Table), however it is approximately 2-1/2” across and holds 1-5/8 oz of water (45 grams).
I have assumed you were asking about water weight; other foodstuffs would have a wide range of unit weight.
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.
Is the 2.75 no longer available?
A shopper on Feb 4, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Not at this moment.
what size is for muffins?
A shopper on Nov 18, 2017
BEST ANSWER: For mini muffins I use a scoop that's about an inch across and for regular muffins I used the one that's about two inches across. I don't know what their capacity is in ounces, but the store could probably tell you. Hope this helps.
I need a scoop for portion control of either 1/4 cup or 1/2 cup (I am diabetic). Which (if any) of these sizes will provide that? Or are there releasing scoops that do?
A shopper on May 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Based on the volume specifications for 1/2 cup (=4 oz) or 1/4 cup (=2 oz), none of the stainless steel ice cream scoops sold by Sur la Table are appropriate for exact measure. You would be better served purchasing an extra set of measuring cups to portion control your food. Although these ice cream scoops are of very good construction (I have 3 different sizes), measuring cups would be a much less expensive (and easier to clean) option in my opinion.
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.


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