29 Silicone Kitchen Utensils Every Cook Needs

The use of Silicone Kitchen Utensils has spread in recent years making them essential for cooking.

Silicone is a synthetic material made from silicon (siloxane), which support high and low temperatures.

Platinum silicone is stable, durable, flexible and totally safe. To help you round out your kitchen we collected the most useful accessories and utensils we use at home:

1. silicone baking sheet liner — it’ll help provide ~even heat transfer~ to your cookies while they bake, so they come out evenly and perfectly done batch after batch.

silicone baking sheet liner 

2. A set of heat-proof (up to 600°F!) silicone spatulas for mixing, scrambling, and serving ’til your heart’s content — oh, and for scraping every last bit of buttercream out of the bowl, too.

silicone spatula

3. A silicone whisk for stirring sauces, mixing batter or gravy, and breaking up ground meat. The tapered silicone fins can also scrape bowls clean like a spatula.

silicone whisk

4. silicone trivet you really shouldn’t underestimate, because it moonlights as a potholder and a jar opener.

These silicone trivets are heat resistant up to 442°F and are dishwasher safe!

silicone trivet

5. bear-y adorable silicone trivet to protect your table from hot pots.

silicone trivet 

6. silicone sink strainer because you don’t have a garbage disposal — you need an easy way to catch and throw away all those things that lead to clogs. Stain-resistant and dishwasher-safe

 silicone sink strainer

7. A seven-pack of dishwasher-safe silicone stretch lids easily reused any time you have something that needs a lid.

Dishwasher- and freezer-safe.

  silicone stretch lids

8. A pair of silicone stove counter gap cover, because there shouldn’t be a community of crumbs living between your stove and counter.

silicone stove counter gap cover

9. A set of silicone oven mitts and pot holders that’ll prevent any second-degree burns on your hands or your countertops.

silicone oven mitts and pot holders

10. A kitchen silicone utensil rest that’ll give you an organized and clean place to lay your tools while you cook.

silicone utensil rest 

11. A silicone clip-on strainer to make draining your pasta a much less complicated situation than normal.

silicone clip-on strainer 

12. A silicone pastry mat printed with measurements that’ll make it easier to roll your dough into *just* the right size.

silicone pastry mat

13. Adjustable silicone pie shields to prevent your painstakingly-formed crusts from burning.

silicone pie shields 

14. set of three silicone spatulas that resist heat, stains, and odors.

set of three silicone spatulas 

15. Only you can prevent burning off all your fingerprints — and having a solid pair of textured silicone oven mitts is not only important for safety, but it’s also a great way to get a grip on your food and prevent any spills.

 textured silicone oven mitts 

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16. A plain old nonstick cake pan is such an important part of any kitchen set, because only god knows when you’ll get a sudden craving to make a delicious box cake — and if cake or brownies aren’t your thing, it can be used for lasagna or ziti too.

nonstick cake pan

17. A kit of silicone grip wooden utensils to help you stir all the stews and flip all the pancakes.

wooden utensils

18. A silicone coated blade, heat-resistant spatula to help you master the pancake flip or scrambled eggs.

heat-resistant spatula

19. A food-grade silicone, nonstick baking mat you can use during dough prep and in the oven as a cookie sheet liner.

 baking mat 

20. A silicone steaming basket that’s also dishwasher safe.

silicone steaming basket 

21. silicone pot lid to stop pots from boiling over and making a mess.

silicone pot lid 

22. A silicone pot clip (with a flexible opening) to hold up your sauce-covered spoon.

 silicone pot clip 

23. A set of silicone pinch bowls for mise en place. They’re stackable and shatterproof.

 silicone pinch bowls 

24. silicone bread maker for a quick and mess-free baking process.

silicone bread maker 

25. A silicone handle grill pan for anyone who wants to take the experience of grilling indoors, grill marks and all.

silicone handle grill pan 

26. And a set of colorful silicone utensils so you can ~stir things up~ without worrying about damaging your cookware.

silicone utensils 

27. And a pair of silicone coated grip dripless tongs to pull food out of the Dutch oven for a quick taste test.

dripless tongs

28. A two-pack of non-stick muffin tins so you can make egg bites, cupcakes muffins, French toast cups, and so much more.

non-stick muffin tins

29. Silicone covered, Spill-Proof Ice Cube Tray

 

silicone ice cube tray

 

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Silicone - Wikipedia

As a low-taint, non-toxic material, silicone can be used where contact with food is required. Silicone is becoming an important product in the cookware industry, particularly bakeware and kitchen utensils.; Silicone is used as an insulator in heat-resistant potholders and similar items; however, it is more conductive of heat than similar less dense fiber-based products.

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