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Rachael Ray 3-Piece Lazy Tools Set Review

Rachael Ray 3-Piece Lazy Tools Set Review

: Rachael Ray

Reviewed by Arielle Matlin, Editor,

What's so lazy about the Rachael Ray 3-Piece Lazy Tool Set? There's a hook to rest your kitchen tools on the side of your pot or pan.

As if that wasn't enough to make me love this colorful, silicone set of cooking tools, it gets even lazier. The silicone makes these babies very easy to clean. Actually, for most meals I just rinse them and put them back in the utensil jar. Gasp! Don't tell my family! These are nonstick and dishwasher safe, so even if you aren’t quite as lazy as me, you can clean them well with minimal effort.

In all seriousness, this is a pretty useful set from Rachael Ray. Her products are so well-designed! These are sure to become your favorite tools.

These tools are soft and feel good in your hands. They are very easy to grip, thanks to the silicone. There’s a solid mixing spoon, perfect for everyday use, especially if you like to bake. Then there’s a curved spatula for pretty much anything. The final piece is a slotted spoon for soups, broths, and more.

I love the bright color of this set. It’s got pop and personality to keep me in a cheery mood when I’m cooking. They are heat safe to 500 degrees, so you don’t have to worry about using the clever notch that lets them rest on the side of your pan. This would be a great set for a college apartment, a wedding shower gift, and more. If you’re looking to replace some old spatulas, treat yourself to a lazy (but smart!) option.


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