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Snapi®: Fun and Useful Kitchen Gadget

Updated on December 14, 2011

Are you always looking for new kitchen gadgets to make your food preparation and serving tasks go more smoothly? If so, you’ll likely be very excited to learn about Snapi®. This useful and affordable kitchen tool can make easy work of serving dishes that are traditionally awkward to transfer from cooking vessel to plate. Find out more about this fun gadget!

What is Snapi®?

Brought to market by KitchenHappy™, the Snapi® serving utensil is a relatively simple concept that can be extremely useful in modern kitchens. It’s a molded plastic serving utensil that’s easy to grip and that looks like a really big clamshell that is designed specifically to make food serving easier for consumers.

Using Snapi®

Snapi® is as fun to use as it is practical and convenient. To use the utensil, simply place the easy-grip base of the molded shell in your hand, dip it into the container of food that you want to serve, snap it closed around a portion and transfer it to a plate. The unit is spring molded, so it’s easy to open and close the device.

Snapi® is useful for many serving purposes. For example, if you’ve struggled with the best way to transfer spaghetti from colander to plate, you’ll find that Snapi® provides an excellent solution that works really well. It’s also a great option for serving salad, chopped fruit, snack mixes and other items that can be challenging to transfer from one container to another.


Home and Professional Use

Snapi® is, of course, an ideal gadget for home kitchens; anyone who is on the lookout for new and different kitchen tools will likely enjoy having one (or a few) on hand. If you regularly shop for foodies who love new kitchen toys, Snapi® can make an excellent gift option.

Snapi® isn’t just for home cooks, though. Individuals who work in restaurants and for catering companies will also likely find Snapi® to be a useful, practical solution to many of the food serving challenges they face. They’re ideal for use in food preparation and plating areas, as well as on buffet and serving lines.

More Information About Snapi®

Snapi®’s design is patent pending and the utensil is FDA approved for food service. It is also BPA- free and is manufactured in the U.S. using U.S.-sourced materials and packaging.



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  • katrinasui profile image


    6 years ago

    It looks interesting and useful too. I never heard of it before.

  • formosangirl profile image


    6 years ago from Los Angeles

    Never heard of it before today. Interesting.

  • pmccray profile image


    6 years ago from Utah

    Not only useful, but cute too!! Thank you for sharing, voted up, marked useful, interesting and book marked.

  • VeronicaFarkas profile image

    Veronica Roberts 

    6 years ago from Ohio, USA

    That's awesome! I've never heard of it before, but it does look pretty useful. Thanks for sharing! =]


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