10 Weirdest Eating Utensils

1Cookie Dipper

No more wet fingers while having an oreo-dunking moment with this Cookie Dipper ($22.58) . It allows you to have a germ-free dunking experience since your fingers do not have to touch the liquid anymore.

2Bitten Silverware

This unique silverware that looks as if it is bitten was designed by Mark A. Reigelman II. It was purposely designed to help raise awareness of worldwide epidemics such as starvation and obesity.

3Ribbon Cutlery

Designed by Makoto Yamaguchi of the Ribbon Project company, this ribbon inspired stainless-steel cutlery was meant to resemble ribbons as it is held between the fingers. With $15, you could have a piece of this ribbon cutlery.

4Dine Ink Pen Cap Eating Utensils

Do you have so much paperwork to do that you can't leave your desk? Dine Ink Pen Cap utensils are here for you. By just attaching the pen cap eating utensils to your ballpoint pens, you can now eat comfortably at your desk.


What's worse than that pasty and sticky mess left on your fingers when you bread chicken cutlets? When you use trongs, your fingers stay clean, so you are free to answer the phone, pick up the baby, or anything else that gets thrown your way.

6Glow in the Dark Cutlery

What would be cooler than having glow in the dark cutlery on your dinner table as you eat? This cutlery comes with a knife, spoon, and fork. You can now have a Star Wars moment while eating!

7Heat Sensitive Spoon

No more tongue burning experiences with this heat sensitive spoon. By changing it's natural color to white, this spoon allows you to know if the food that you're about to eat is hot or not.


To fulfill a pasta-twirling niche, Bob Balow of RCB Products invented The Original Pasta Fork, a clever and fun way to effortlessly wrap a fork around long strands of pasta. The fork is available in either stainless steel or gold-plated versions.

You can learn how to properly use it by watching this video:

9Popcorn Fork

Say goodbye to greasy fingers and thank the inventors of the Popcorn Fork! You can now eat popcorn without messing up your fingers. Cool, right?

10Calligraphy Spoon

This calligraphy spoon that was designed by Julie Mariscal has an incision at its tip which turns it into a makeshift fountain pen.