Food spatula, especially good cake spatula for icing
Great item for restaurants - works very well for spreading mayonnaise, mustard, etc
Good for spreading massa when making tamales.
Unique shape makes a versatile tool for mixing and spreading
White flexible plastic, 9⅜" long, about 2" wide at the widest point
Quality is good
Viennese spatula pricing:$1.39 each
Quantity discounts - automatically applied in the shopping cart:
10 or more for $1.20 each (10/$12.00)
100 or more for $.85 each (100/$85.00) <-FREE SHIPPING
Available in bulk pack: $600 for a case of 864 spatulas, about $.69 each
Please call or email for pricing on bulk orders.
Tips for Icing a Cake Level the cake: trim the tops of the cake layers to make them even. Use a sharp knife. Fill the layers: Smooth icing on the top of the first layer, then position the next layer bottom side up. Fill gaps with icing. Ice the top: Heap icing on to the center of the cake top and spread evenly until icing overlaps side of cake. As you are working, be sure not to allow the spatula to touch the bare cake, which can cause crumbs to mix with the icing. Ice the sides: Spread icing on sides using long even strokes, working from the top down. Force loose crumbs to cake base. Smooth the sides: Dip the spatula in hot water, lightly press it against cake side and turn the cake plate in a full circle until icing is smooth. Smooth cake top: Dip spatula in hot water again and place it flat on top outside edge of cake. Move the spatula to the center of the cake - smoothing out icing - then lift spatula, rotate cake, and repeat until top is smooth.