The world’s first ever cake spoon has been created.

Created by an Israeli woman named Yossi Tzahal, the tool is made of a single piece of aluminum alloy, with a hollow bottom.

Tzal said it can help you bake bread or cakes in a wide variety of recipes.

The cake spoon is a product of the American-Israeli company Nasser Group.

A cake spoon weighs about 3 ounces (96 grams) and is made up of two layers of aluminum.

Each layer is about three inches (10 centimeters) in diameter and two inches (5 centimeters) deep.

The bottom is made from a stainless steel alloy.

Nasser also manufactures a version of the cake spoon that uses a glass base, and it’s available in the U.S. for about $2,200.

In her video, Tzabal showed off her creation.

Here’s what you need to know: When the two pieces of aluminum come together, the base has an air gap that is designed to allow air to pass through.

She said it also has a flexible rubber bottom that can be used for different tasks, including baking, cleaning, and cutting.

When the cake is baked, the glass base will slide back and forth, allowing the cake to come out smooth.

You can also take it out of the oven, use it as a spoon, or even take it with you on trips.

“I want to tell people that there is no such thing as a cake that’s not cooked right, and that’s what I’m trying to tell them,” Tzachal said.

“You can bake bread and cakes just like you can with a cup of coffee, but it’s not going to taste like coffee, and you can’t use coffee to make cake.”