Handmade in Lancaster, PA, our wooden spurtles are an original take on the traditionally designed Scottish porridge spurtle. Designed in the Highlands of Scotland in the 15th century, this unique kitchen tool was originally used to stir oatmeal, soup, stew, and broth. Our wood spurtle is useful for even more applications including stirring, mixing, whisking, and icing. Lancaster spurtles are meant to be used in most applications where you would use a spoon or a spatula. They are easy to clean and are the perfect size - 12” long.
All of our wooden cooking utensils and tools are made by Amish craftsmen and artisans. Our wooden spurtle is made from hardwoods native to the Eastern United States including American Black Cherry, Maple, and Eastern American Walnut. We strive to keep our supply chain and partnerships as local as possible. Each handmade wood spurtle tells a small part of that story. Our passion is to design cooking tools that enrich your life through time spent making delicious food, enjoying home-cooked meals, and building relationships around the dining table. All of our kitchenware products are designed and made in the USA and come with a Lifetime Guarantee.
If you're looking for the complete collection, check out our Handmade Spurtle Set.
12" long and 2” wide
Made from Pennsylvania Black Cherry, Maple, and Walnut
Originally developed in Scotland in the 1400’s
Made in Lancaster, PA