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I love things that are fast, cheap and easy. TheWhiskware Batter Mixer scores on all three and is a total favorite staple in my kitchen. TheWhiskware Batter Mixer is so simple to use that even Miss Sarah’s young friends have been able to whip things up!
We first tested the Whiskware Batter Mixer out with a quick pancake breakfast. you take off the large end and set it on the counter to create a cradle for the spout of the Batter Mixer to set in securely. Make sure the little silver ball is inside and then add your ingredients, liquid items first.
In this case, we added milk, eggs and then baking mix powder.
Lift up the Batter Mixer so you can take the base out and screw it onto the base of the bottle again. You are now ready to rock! OK, shake, not rock.
That little wire ball creates magic as is breaks all powder clumps up and combines all the ingredients into a smooth batter.
Now, it’s time to make the pancakes –
The Whiskware Batter Mixer has a silicone tip that won’t melt on your hot pan as you dispense the batter. Simply tip and then pour the batter into the pan. It is SUPER easy to control and let us whip up a perfect batch of silver dollar pancakes.
I don’t know about you, but I suck at pouring things out of a larger bowl or even with a ladle. This made it so freaking easy and the best part? I mixed and dispensed out of the same thing. No utensils or bowls to wash. Yahoo!
Here is how you clean your Whiskware Batter Mixer: add a drop or two of dish soap and some warm water to the bottle, make sure the magic coil ball is inside, seal and shake. After pouring out the used water, you simply have to rinse it out.
They have so many more things than just a batter bottle — check them out for yourself here: Whiskware Batter Mixer