Holiday Gifts Any Baker Will Love
These presents make baking more efficient, more fun — and more beautiful.
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Stoneware Pie Plate, $70
Proper serveware can really elevate a dish, so bakers shouldn't limit themselves to flimsy pie plates. This solid stoneware piece boasts a pretty blue interior that's appropriate for every season. Each removed slice reveals a little bit of extra loveliness.
Graphic Print Tea Towels, $10
Mint Melamine Batter Bowl, $13
Copper Measuring Cups & Spoons — Set of Four, $25 and $15
Hardwood Maple Cake Stand, $70
Latte Dessert Plate Set, $48
OXO Food Scale, $30
Tovolo Cookie Stamps, $10
Food Network Breadbasket, $30
Ceramic Biscuit Cutter, $36 to $44
There's something extra-special about making a passed-down biscuit recipe with a precious, handmade cutter. These are so pretty (check out that gold stripe!) that you'll want to display them on your baker's rack at all times.
Emile Henry Bread Loaf Pan, $100
Williams-Sonoma Stoneware Rolling Pin, $30
Silpat Silicone Cookie Sheet Liners, $22 to $27
Cookie Dough Trays — Set of Two, $15
How can you possibly fit in a holiday cookie swap when you're busy planning and shopping for the big day, you wonder? Future baking ventures will be a breeze with the help of these reusable silicone cookie-dough trays. Prepare the dough days or weeks before the holiday rush, then scoop it into tablespoon-sized portions, snap the lids into place and freeze until you're ready to bake.
Mini Polka Dot Silicone Spatulas — Set of Two, $16
Double Boiler, $40