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There’s nothing worse than spending an afternoon baking, frosting and decorating the perfect cake, only to have your masterpiece mutilated by a knife and a spatula at serving time.
Enter the Magisso cake server, which helps you dish out the perfect slice of cake every time, even if you’re using a boxed mix. The elegant shape and intuitive design of this cake server is sure to make it a great conversation starter the next time you serve dessert.
Finnish designer Maria Kivijärvi created this shapely utensil because she wanted a more convenient way to serve cake, according to Insider Picks.
To use it, simply press the server down through the cake, squeeze it gently and lift the cake slice up. Release your grip on the server and set a perfectly shaped piece on your plate.
Kivijärvi decided to veer away from the traditional triangle-shaped cake server to create this curvy design.
“Despite the recent trend for functional and innovative design in kitchen utensils and tableware, the basic idea of the cake server had not changed in a long time. For this design, I was deliberately searching for a completely new functionality and appearance for the cake server,” she said.
This lightweight plastic utensil is dishwasher safe and comes in four colors: deep purple, fresh lime, pure black and snow white. There’s also a stainless steel option, which has room for inscriptions and engravings—perfect for a wedding gift! You can snag a cake server for $20 to $30, depending on which color and material you choose.
If you’re looking for the perfect cake to try out your new cake server with, consider this amazing lumberjack cake with an intricate red plaid interior or this mouthwatering “Matilda”-inspired chocolate cake made with Greek yogurt and chocolate pudding. Make sure you check out these baking charts (including one that will help you bake your cake at the perfect temperature!) to become a whiz in the kitchen, too.