Skip to main content
You have permission to edit this article.
Buying Guide: These herb scissors make food prep a breeze
spotlight AP

Buying Guide: These herb scissors make food prep a breeze

  • 0
Herb Scissors


We hope you enjoy the products we recommend. We may receive a commission if you purchase a product mentioned in this article.

Cooking healthy meals at home is a great way to save on money and adopt a healthier lifestyle but incorporating more homemade meals into your diet can take a lot more time than you planned. If you’ve been spicing up your homemade meals with fresh herbs, these herb scissors can cut down on prep time, so you have more time to enjoy dinner with your family.

Chop, Mince, and Snip in Seconds

These stainless-steel 5 blade herb scissors from RSVP international are designed to take the grunt work out of cooking. You can quickly chop, mince, or snip herbs including basil, thyme, cilantro, green onions, parsley, and more. They’re safer to use than a knife since you can finely chop without getting too close to your fingers.

Easy to Clean, Safe to Store

The last thing you want after preparing a big meal is to be left with a ton of dishes to clean up. These stainless-steel herb scissors can simply be popped in the dishwasher to clean. The protective BPA-free cover also makes them safe to store with the rest of your kitchen utensils.

Why Customers Love It

With more than 1,000 reviews on Amazon and an average rating of 4.2 out of 5 stars, it’s safe to say these herb scissors are getting a lot of use in happy customer kitchens. Reviewers mentioned that the blades were sharp enough to easily and cleanly dice herbs and make cooking a snap. Some customers even said these herb scissors made them want to cook more often.

RSVP International Stainless Steel 5 Blade Herb Scissors available from Amazon


Sprout new ideas

* I understand and agree that registration on or use of this site constitutes agreement to its user agreement and privacy policy.

Related to this story

Most Popular

  • Updated

Q: Tim, I need your help and advice. I bought a foreclosed house for a really great price. The entrance hall is two stories high and features a large front door with a semi-circular window above it. But for some reason, the architect off-centered the door and window in the porch alcove. My contractor says the door and window can’t be relocated, and even if could be, it would be prohibitively expensive. The facing brick in this alcove is already removed, so I don’t understand why it can’t be done. What say you? Have you ever done something like this? How long would it take to remove the door and window, create the new opening, and reinstall the door and window? --Vicky M. Orient, N.Y.

Despite widespread economic declines brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, the real estate market has remained surprisingly strong, with record-setting increases in existing home sales in every region of the United States. 

Get up-to-the-minute news sent straight to your device.


News Alerts

Breaking News