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[Make Meals Exciting]: Bring out your adventurous side in the kitchen with the 7Penn Small Ladle Sauce Scoop Spoon; Cook, dish, and serve meals in style with the dinosaur-shaped food scooper
[Get Your Children Cooking]: Get kids involved in what they eat with the dino mixing spoon; Witness your childrenâs excitement when they see the food scoops dinosaur head pop out from the top of your pot; With a 2-inch (5cm) depth, you can teach your kids about proper food portions
[How to Cook and Clean Dino Properly]: Heavy-duty nylon kitchen spoon can withstand boiling water but should not be placed in the microwave; Clean with warm soapy water and do not put in the dishwasher
[Give The Perfect Gift]: Gift the dinosaur catering serving utensil to aspiring chefs in your life; Give to your children to get them interested in cooking
[Package Details]: Package comes with a single nylon dinosaur-shaped teal 9.5 x 3 x 3.3-inch (24 x 7.6 x 8.3 cm) cooking spoon
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