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Tala FSC Beechwood Spurtle Traditional Scottish utensil used for stirring porridge and oats. Healthy breakfast porridge recipe included in the swing tag. The Spurtle or porridge stick dates back to the 15th century and was originally a flat, spatula-like utensil, used for flipping oatcakes on a griddle. Over time it became dowel shaped and was more specifically used for stirring oatmeal and soups. With its characteristic Scottish thistle top, the Spurtle is an ideal way to prevent lumps forming when cooking porridge. The small surface area prevents porridge from sticking to it. The annual Golden Spurtle World Porridge Making Championship takes place in the Scottish Highland village of Carrbridge in Cairngorms National Park. Porridge makers from across the globe are invited to compete for the coveted 'Golden Spurtle' trophy.