Wood Burned Danish Dough Whisk

This wood burned Danish dough is ready-to-ship.

The one-of-a-kind, Danish dough whisk has been burned with whimsical patterns to bring more fun and joy into your baking experience. It is the perfect gift for anyone who loves making and baking. Give it as a housewarming, birthday, Valentines, or a "was just thinking about you" gift.

If you've not used a Danish dough whisk for all things baking, now is the time. This tool, also called a "brodpisker" is native Denmark and is enough to slice through the thickest bread dough and cookie batters, but gentle enough to blend the most delicate batters as well. The wires cut into batter and dough quickly and effectively, easily scraping up those pockets of flour that like to hide in the bottom of every mixing bowl. And since the dough whisk blends mixtures so efficiently, you're less likely to over-mix your batter. Other benefits of this whisk include, no more hard-to-clean standard wire whisks, no more hidden flour pockets or overworked batter, no more "dough gloves", and no more of those pockets of dried fruit. Since the dough whisk is so good at cutting into thick dough, it can incorporate add-ins like chocolate, fruit and nuts with complete ease. And because the dough whisk blends mixtures so efficiently, you're less likely to over-mix your batter. The proof lies in batches of perfectly tender pancakes, muffins or brownies. This whisk goes way beyond what a typical whisk can do.

This lovely whisk will make the perfect gift for most any occasion and will surely last for years to come.

**The bowl shown in the photo is not included. Used only to show scale.**

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