15 Beautiful Serving Utensils


Serving pieces seem unnecessary until you really need one -like a bigger spoon for the mashed potatoes or something other than cooking tongs for the salad. In the spirit of Thanksgiving (next week!), I’ve rounded up some of my favorite serving pieces that not only make it easier to get that stuffing on your plate, but also make for great hostess gifts, if you want to bring a little something to that special person who spent hours in the kitchen for you. –Amy

ps If you’re looking for some options to serve up a pumpkin pie, check out these 10+ sweet cake servers

Image above: 1. colorful wooden spatulas & servers $12 | 2. teak tongs $20 | 3. french bull mod stripe salad servers set $15 | 4. batik blackwood salad serving set $35 | 5. rose gold salad set $39 | 6. bamboo salad server $9.95 | 7. farmhouse wood serving spoons $9.95-$19.95

Image above: Beautiful spoons $10

Image above: wooden spoons $12

See the rest of the serving utensil roundup after the jump!

Image above, from left: Twilight Serving Spoons $28 and Pixley 2-Piece Serving Set $29.95

Image above: superior serving utensils $34

Image above: press salad servers $55


Image above: Aero 2-Piece Serving Set $59.95

Image above: Tina Frey salad servers $60


  1. Such a fun and eclectic selection of serving utensils. Not something we typically would go out and buy for ourselves so they would make excellent and unexpected hostess gifts. I love the Rose Gold and French Bull Mod Stripe options; playful and fun.

  2. maggie says:

    These are so gorgeous!

  3. Jorge says:

    uhmmmmm! I bet food tastes better with these too!

  4. None of these unfortunately but if I could have one I would love those teak tongs.

  5. I like to collect handmade wooden spoons from different countries where I’ve been: Tunisia, Mexico, Morrocco. They tell a story about who made them.
    I like stories.

  6. Alex says:

    These are all so amazing! Love all the different colors!


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