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Students Test Out Squeebie Mixing Bowl
01/28/2019

Nicole Stalkfleet (left) and her class at Ashbel Smith Elementary test the Squeebie.

Photo by Carrie Pryor-Newman

 

Nicole Stalkfleet (left) and her class at Ashbel Smith Elementary test the Squeebie Mixing Bowl, featured on “Shark Tank,” with Tiffany Craig (right), consumer reporter for KHOU Channel 11. Pictured are (from left) Stalkfleet; Jeremiah Mouton, 3rd grade; Lovell George, 2nd grade; Emaliel Santiago Martinez, 2nd grade, and Tiffany Craig, KHOU Channel 11 consumer reporter. The segment aired on “Worth It?” last week. Here is the link to view it. https://youtu.be/2-Cx5e3X1ek

 


 


Nicole Stalkfleet (back) and her students at Ashbel Smith Elementary decide if the Squeebie Mixing Bowl.

Photo by Carrie Pryor-Newman

 

Nicole Stalkfleet (back) and her students at Ashbel Smith Elementary decide if the Squeebie Mixing Bowl, featured on “Shark Tank,” is worth the money. Tiffany Craig (left), consumer reporter for KHOU Channel 11, brought the bowl with her, asking students (from left) Emaliel Santiago Martinez, 2nd grade; Lovell George, 2nd grade; Jeremiah Mouton, 3rd grade; Alex Perez, 4th grade, and Angel Canales, 4th grade, could test it out on Fun Food Friday to see if it really works. View the segment that aired on Channel 11: https://youtu.be/2-Cx5e3X1ek

 

By: Susan Passmore

 

After testing out the Squeebie Mixing Bowl with her class and Tiffany Craig, KHOU Channel 11 consumer reporter, Nicole Stalkfleet, Life Skills teacher at Ashbel Smith Elementary, was ready to purchase one. The bowl was featured on Shark Tank, and since Stalkfleet’s students cook every Friday and deliver their treats to the faculty and staff, this was as good a place as any to decide if the bowl was “Worth It?” as Craig’s segment is called.

 

Craig ordered the Squeebie Mixing Bowl by Lori Greiner from QVC for $20, bringing it with her to Stalkfleet’s class to use for mixing Hot Cocoa Dip. The students measured and mixed the ingredients, and their teacher demonstrated the “squeegee” attached to the bowl, which helps scrape out the ingredients. The bowl also transforms into a colander.

 

“I tried that later after rinsing raspberries, and it works, too,” Craig said.

 

The second- through fifth-grade television stars weren’t shy in front of the camera, and they had their own opinions about the Hot Cocoa Dip, the process and the bowl.

 

“Ninety calories!” volunteered one student.

 

Another emphatically shook his head, not certain that the bowl was any better than a regular mixing bowl, but Stalkfleet was sold.

 

“Look how not super-messy the bowl is. I think I really want one of these now,” said Stalkfleet.

 

Once the dip was placed in small cups and animal crackers were added, the students set out to deliver the snack to the faculty. Every Fun Food Friday, the students talk about what they made and how they made it as they pass out the treats, helping them with social and communication skills. Stalkfleet started this with her class a year ago after purchasing a bundle of simple recipes by Stephanie Delussey on “Teachers Pay Teachers.” Now, the kids get off the bus on Fridays excited about cooking day, but they were even more excited to be television stars!

 

Check out the segment “Worth It?” at https://youtu.be/2-Cx5e3X1ek and decide for yourself about the Squeebie!

 

 

 


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