I first read about this crazy tool called a Danish Dough Whisk when I started making Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day. It seemed like an unnecessary utensil that would just junk up one of my kitchen drawers. Why get a dough whisk when I already own a bunch of wooden spoons that work just fine?
Then my sister bought one for me as a gift. Now it’s the only thing I use when mixing stiffer cookie dough or No-Knead Bread dough by hand.
The three “loops” pass through wet and dry ingredients and mix them super quickly and with way less effort. The whisk itself is made of really sturdy material, so doesn’t bend with stiff dough of any kind. And it’s actually super easy to store because it lays so flat.
The Danish Dough Whisk would make a fun, unique gift for someone who likes to bake! Throw it together with a tea towel and your favorite baking cookbook and you have a great gift. Also perfect for wedding gifts or bridal showers!
Amazon has the amazing Danish Dough Whisk in stock and ready to ship!
Looking for ideas for using the dough whisk?
- Homemade basic pizza dough recipe
- How to make a basic fruit pie from scratch
- Artisan yeast bread recipe
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I use the dough whisk to mix up meatloaf without getting my hands messy. May just be the best kitchen solution ever!
Thanks for the link have been looking for one of these in Australia for awhile with no luck,I also have seen these used with Artisan bread which I make again thanks. I love reading your posts thank you.
I agree on the dough whisk. I bought one this past winter from Amazon and especially like it for mixing oatmeal cookie dough – much quicker than any other mixing tool. I had to laugh, though, when my “Danish” dough whisk arrived, it had a sticker on it that said “Made in Poland”.
Got this a few months ago after reading about it here, (I don’t own a food processor or mixer) and it’s truly awesome. Life is so simple now mixing dough for breads, bagels, etc.
You guys are SOOO great for helping me with Christmas gift ideas. THANK YOU!!!! I’m getting this for my sister.
Michelle C says
Totally worth the $9!!! Note, it’s made in Poland, so it’s not technically Danish. 😉
Worth getting if you have a Kitchen Aid?
I use my Kitchen Aid or food processor several times a week, but I still find myself mixing some things by hand. Especially these no-knead bread recipes (linked in the post)! For some crazy reason, this gadget does it better than wood spoons when mixing stiff doughs (and it doesn’t hurt my hand).