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Any experimenting baker will appreciate this hardback journal for documenting all of their favorite recipes. It includes several handy templates, including a list of baking techniques, essential equipment, and even easy measurements conversions.
The title of this cookbook says it all — it's full of ooey-gooey cookie recipes that are sure to please bakers and those they bake for. There are 175 cookie recipes inside, but the book also covers basics like measuring, basic cookie doughs, and tips and tricks.
Dutch ovens are great for stews, sauces, soups, braises or any other moist-heat cooking method. This pot can cook a casserole or a whole chicken. You can brown meat and vegetables on the stove and let them simmer away or transfer your pot to the oven to finish cooking there. Cast-iron Dutch ovens are also the cooking vessel of choice for sourdough or no knead bread, I LOVE making sourdough bread!
Ditch parchment paper for good thanks to these nonstick silicone baking mats. They’re used in place of parchment to keep things like cookies and veggies from sticking to the pan. Not only do they keep things from sticking, but they make for an easy clean up, too. If nothing (like sauce or glaze) comes off the mat, there’s no need to wash the baking sheet!
While this may seem like a simple gift, it's extremely useful for any baker. This pastry scraper can be used to portion, cut, chop, and scrape dough off cutting boards. It's easy to clean because of its stainless steel construction. There are also measurements on the scraper, so they'll always perfectly portion whatever they're working on.
6. Toaster Oven
Making a single sweet treat doesn't always call for a full-sized oven — for bakers who prefer freezing dough and making a cookie here and there or reheating a scone, a toaster oven is a compact alternative to a traditional convection oven.
Pop out perfectly portioned cookies with a mess-free dispenser to easily create sweet shapes without a cutter. Its 12 stainless steel pattern disks will seamlessly push out cookies in fun shapes like flowers, butterflies, leaves, and snowflakes, so they're ideal for any holiday or occasion. They're almost too cute to eat.
If she's already scored her dream stand mixer, help adorn it with some handy attachments that'll do the hard work for her. This two-in-one attachment will soon make messy measuring and sifting a thing of the past. It'll precisely weigh up to 4 cups of dry ingredients with an inbuilt scale, then sift them to achieve a fluffy batter before sending them directly into the mixing bowl below.
Making a crusty boule of bread from scratch can be a challenge even for expert bakers. This do-it-all device from Cuisinart will knead, rise, and bake their artisan loaves for them, so they don't have to hover around the kitchen babysitting their homemade bread.
New bakeware is probably something that people don't treat themselves to as often as they should, which makes it the perfect gift! This full set has everything your favorite baker will need.
If you really want to give them a gift to remember, keep this gorgeous stand mixer in mind. It's the easiest (and prettiest) way to whip up cookies, breads, and more.
They will be delighted when they realizes this "mason jar" is actually four stackable measuring cups. The teal color will certainly help liven up the kitchen countertops, too.
Homemade sourdough bread is all the rage right now. This starter kit will help them make their first with confidence.
If they've been wanting to get better at cake or cookie decorating, now's the perfect time. This nifty kit comes complete with everything they need to get started.
This nifty kitchen scale keep their measuring skills in check.
Give them an excuse to make a batch of homemade, baked doughnuts with this easy-to-use pan. It's durable and heats evenly, so they'll end up with perfect results every time.
These candles keeo kitchen will smell like cupcakes all day long! One of my favs!
This pretty marble rolling pin keeps pizza, pastry, and cookie dough cool, and won't get stuck to the pin.
The only time it's acceptable to grab something out of the oven with your 'bear' hands.
20. Cake Dome
Keep your baked goods fresh and show off your talents with a beautiful cake dome. Sure, this case is perfect for displaying your latest layer cake, but it’s also a great way to display a mountain of cookies, muffins or other sweets.
Keeping your baking staples fresh is important for good results. The best way to keep everything from chocolate chips to flour fresh is to seal them in an airtight container. This set of OXO canisters is perfect for baking essentials. There’s even a container designed especially to keep brown sugar soft.
22. Pie Crust Mold
Skip the braiding, twisting and tucking. This easy-to-use silicone mold pops out perfectly shaped pie crust edges in minutes! And the best part? No one will know you took a shortcut. Discover our secrets for making the best pie crust.
23. Cake Testers
Sure, you can use a toothpick to make sure cakes or any other baking is done, but no serious baker wants to rummage around in a drawer to find one. Instead, gift your baking friends a set of cake testers that they can keep at the ready. It’s a cute, affordable gift that they’ll surely appreciate.
24. Cakesicle Mold
Check out these cakesicles! They’ll be able to make chocolate chip cookie cakesicles with this pan that is formed just right for them to come out like popsicles, only cake. Way better than cake pops because you end up getting more of the good stuff.
For the bakers making the best out of a tiny kitchen with very limited counter space, go for a hand mixer.
26. Funny Apron
Hilarious apron for the baker with a sense of humor.