We all know lathering corn with butter using a regular knife just doesn’t work so well. Sure, you can get it done, but not without turning and spreading multiple times over. While you can use an accessory like the Spredo, those who prefer a more knife-like form factor should find the ButterOnce Knife much more suited to their liking.
Like a regular butter knife, it comes with a handle, so you can cover your corn with butter using one hand, while keeping it steady with the other. Except, it comes with a blade that curves similar to the shape of an ear of corn, allowing you to spread butter evenly at a considerably faster rate compared to traditional knives.
While it looks like a mini-ice cream scoop (or a really tiny shovel), the ButterOnce is actually a functional butter knife, complete with beveled side edges, so you can cut off a slice of butter without any effort. Well, functional as far as spreading butter on corn and similarly-shaped foot items, anyway, but not quite when it comes to spreading it on your morning toast. Both blade edges, by the way, are beveled, so this should work whether you’re left- or right-handed.
Features include a riveted ergonomic handle, a stainless steel blade with full tang, and a dishwasher-safe construction for easy cleaning. It measures 6.5 inches long.
Available now, the ButterOnce is priced at $7.99.