Best Grapefruit Utensils in 2020



Grapefruit Spoons, JUSTDOLIFE Grapefruit Dessert Spoons Stainless Steel Half Serrated Citrus Fruit Vintage Dessert Spoons Gift for Kitchen (6 Pack) Review:


I had an old set of grapefruit spoons and the handles were busting off. Decided to get more. I was raised in Phoenix eating lots of grapefruit and spoons with the serrated sides made it very easy. We also used a knife similar to these. I loved the fact that it was the entire set with the serrated spoons and knives. Very sturdy spoons without the kinds of handles that will wear out as my old set had. I love them. Sturdy and exactly what I wanted and needed now that I am again living in the Southwest.



Hiware 4-piece Grapefruit Spoons, Stainless Steel Review:


Really nice! This set of grapefruit spoons is terrific. What no one mentions is that the handle is longer, and that's a big deal to me, because I tend to buy these super gigantic grapefruits, so I can really DIG IN and get ALL the fruit in one nice scoop, so I am extra HAPPY!

Thanks for a really nice product that I've been looking for to replace the ones I had but got tossed when my little townhouse was unfortunately gutted.



HAZOULEN Grapefruit Spoons, Stainless Steel, 6-2/5-Inch, Set of 4 Review:


As a child my grandmother would patiently cut and slice my grapefruit for me. There's no need if you have one of these. I have looked at expensive kitchenware stores and I have accidentally gotten bad grapefruit spoons.
What makes a grapefruit spoon bad you would ask?
If it's too wide to fit into your average normally grown grapefruit.
Four grapefruit spoons means that I have one at the cabin, in the car, at work, and in the kitchen. Perfect.



Chef Craft Serrated Grapefruit Spoons | Stainless Steel Mirror Finish | 2-Pack Review:


So I like grapefruits. Had been a long time but suddenly I'm buying them frequently! Ate them more like an orange because I didn't have something made to eat them the right way!

Looked at all the different ones on Amazon, found plastic this and curved knife-y thing that. And found these. Now strangely enough, these metal spoons are priced better than those plastic ones. So I was skeptical. And I waited, didn't buy em right away because suspicious! But that weekend my girlfriend came over and brought some grapefruit with her. She gave me the "thought you were gonna buy a grape fruit utensil.". So I came back and took a risk with these.

So glad I did! They arrived fast, Amazon Prime is good like that! They were the right price, which made me feel good in the wallet. And they were sturdy as they aren't cheap plastic! Nice.

So I tried them that first day. Worked like a charm! Easily separated and scooped the fruit from the pulp. Happy as a clam with these! I've recommended them to my friends and now recommend them to you as well! Good stuff!



Better Houseware Grapefruit Knife, Stainless Steel Review:


Fabulous. Just can't be more grateful that I was finally able to retire the grapefruit knife I inherited 20 years ago.

How to eat a grapefruit at home...the Old School method my Manhatten-born-and-raised dad taught me. It's a bit snobby, but classy.

Honestly, it takes some practice and skill to correctly wedge out the membrane between the pieces. I learned at 10. This is my way, you can take or leave it.

Hello grapefruit!

1. Cut in half in with the stem on the side. Don't cut lengthwise. Use a clean cutting board.
2. The half will now be the "bowl" for your fruit. You need not remove it and out in another dish until the end.
3. Holding knife at approximately 45 degree angle, use the tip, curved side UP, to enter the fruit center just outside the membrane circle.
4. Slightly push in, almost touching the rind then lower handle slightly towards fruit and gently saw around the circle, staying outside the membrane. You will be removing that white part, which is bitter and tough. Don't worry if the cut is trianglar or square. Just the end result is to remove the inner core/circle.
5. The center circle should now pop out easily with curved part of the knife by a slight push up. If not, you missed an area, go back to step 3.
6. Next enter the rim of the fruit , your "bowl", push knife in, again, with the curved side UP. You will push in until almost reaching the rind, straight down. Don't pierce through the rind if you help it. Keep your "bowl" intact!
7. Now for a hard part, with the knife, curved side UP,push forward toward the open center circle, under the fruit, close to the rind, until you see the tip enter the circle. You'll have to find the angle yourself, but staying close to the rind, kind of scoop down, forward to circle and in.
8. At this point, you can either leave the knife in its angle, and circle around the rim. You will be adjusting, sawing carefully as you round. Or you can remove the knife, enter again several times to do step 7 a few times. The end result should be you can literally scoop up the entire fruit, in one piece and see your bowl. The bowl ideally will have some fruit still on it, for a delicious treat when you are done eating the inside.
9. Now time to make the wedges. Knife in, curve side up, inside the white membrane on the side. Scoop and saw under the wedge separating it from the next piece. There will be a membrane on the other side of the next wedge. Don't worry about that, just move on to the next piece. Repeat all around. This should be easy because the fruit is no longer stuck the the rind.
10. The white membrane between the wedges is not very thick. Don't bother to remove unless you have a gazillion amount of time on your hands. Put the grapefruit bowl into another bowl to catch the juice as you consume.
11. Now the fruit is in bite size yummy wedges. A little sugar or not depending on your preference. You don't need a grapefruit spoon. A regular spoon will do. You can dig down into the rind a bit to get extra juices with each bite.
12. Now the fun part! When you are done, pick up your grapefruit "bowl" , marvel at your work, then fold it in half, squeeze hard to get that juice from the rind into the other bowl. You should get some nice tiny morsels of fruit too. Then fold it the other way in half and squeeze. I usually do one more fold and squeeze but most people don't.
13. You can be civilized and use a spoon to finish the juice or perfectly acceptable to drink from the bowl.

This knife is amazing. It will hold up well for the daily household use of grapefruiting. It's also cheap. Remember, expensive doesn't mean better.



Messermeister Pro-Touch 4-Inch Grapefruit Knife, Black Review:


This was a Christmas present for my Dad. I don;t normally eat grapefruits- I juice them. But he's a bit old school and likes his sliced in half then eating out all the "pockets". I hadn't realized just how hard it is to find a grapefruit knife anymore - nearly everyone has stopped carrying them in my area. I was really glad I found this on Amazon.

The blade is sturdy, stainless steel. It's not very sharp, but then it's not supposed to be! The serrated edge is supposed to saw the meat of the grapefruit out, not so much cut it. And this knife does an excellent job of that.

The real selling point of this knife, though, was the rubber handle. It may not be actual rubber, but is sure is easy to keep a grip on the knife while using it. The shape allows a good deal of control as well, as you have the angle and turn the knife of the pocket corners.

The kniofe is very well made and does and excellent job. My Dad is very happy with it.



Rada Cutlery Grapefruit Knife – Stainless Steel Serrated Blade With Stainless Steel Resin Handle Made in the USA, 7 Inch Review:


I bought one for my wife as a present.
She loves it. I like the fact that it is made in USA.
Could have ordered a cheaper item from overseas. The price was actually very competitive for the quality of the item.
The knife has a nice heft to it and is well balanced. The brushed aluminum handle and steel blade make for easy cleaning and promise longevity. My only concern is how the aluminum handle might react with the citric acid of the grapefruit and potentially alter the taste. But since this is specifically made for handling grapefruit the manufacturer hopefully has taken that into account. We haven't used it yet so I can't really say if that is a valid concern. I will most likely order more cutlery from Rada.



Set of 2 Grapefruit Spoons and 1 Grapefruit Knife, Stainless Steel, Serrated Edges Review:


I've just added grapefruit to our diets, and the biggest drawback on eating grapefruit is how difficult it is to scoop it out of it's peel! These spoons have a good knife-like ridge on the side to cut out segments, and the knife is long enough to slide under the segments and release the fruit. They were just what I wanted and get used on a regular basis. I've had no problem putting them in the dishwasher.



Update International (WH-52B) Bouillon Spoons - Windsor Heavy-Weight Series [Set of 12] Review:


I have looked EVERYWHERE in my area for a set of grapefruit spoons and could not find them locally. I was so glad I was able to find these on Amazon and order them. When I was younger, my mother had a set of grapefruit spoons and I loved how easy they made it to eat grapefruit in the morning for breakfast. This set of 6 was perfect for me. The serrated edge on the eating end of the spoon allows for quick and easy removal of grapefruit sections. I like to cut the grapefruit in half and sprinkle some sugar on each half and then dig in with the grapefruit spoon. I am so happy I found these. They are of good stainless steel construction and work like a charm when it comes to eating grapefruit. If you enjoy eating grapefruit, you'll be very happy with this 6-piece spoon purchase. At least in my area, they were non-existent in stores, so get these today do you won't have to search any more!