33 Gifts for the Baker Who Loves Bread, Cookies and More
These gifts are perfect for that friend that's obsessed with homemade sourdough.
The holidays are a baker's favorite time of year. Give them a gift they'll appreciate for years to come. From stand mixers to spatulas, we rounded up the best tools and appliances for making all kinds of sweet treats.
If you weren’t sure how to jump on the bread-making band wagon earlier this year, this kit is here to make sure you have everything you need to create your own sourdough now. It includes instant sourdough culture, artisan salt, muslin cloth, a dough scraper, dough whisk and recipe book.
A crisp, sweet pizzelle is the marking of the holiday season in cookie form. Whether pizzelles are an annual tradition or you want to add a new cookie to your line-up this year, you need an iron that will give these thin cookies that classic pattern and texture.
Baking doesn’t just mean making pies and decorating cakes — it also includes breakfast delicacies such as pancakes and waffles. But, for any serious baker to make a quality waffle, they must first have the right ingredients. That’s why Ryan Bonaparte, the founder of ReMix waffles, created a mix that makes crafting a restaurant-worthy waffle easy for anyone.
A KitchenAid is a must-have for any baker or home cook. Give the gift of a lifetime of cookies, pie crusts and more with this classic gift.
Every baker needs an apron to keep their clothes free from flour, eggs and whatever messes happen in the kitchen. With these Hedley & Bennett aprons, they can also do that in style. Pick from their assortment of styles and colors to find the perfect fit.
Know a baker who could use an upgrade? This pro-release set from All-Clad comes with two cake pans, a sheet tray, loaf pan and cooling rack, all complete with handles to make transferring items in and out of the oven easier than ever.
The secret to making any mini treat, from empanadas to mini pies and raviolis, is having the correct tools. This stainless steel empanada kit has everything your favorite baker needs — they just cut the dough, pick a filling of choice and finish with the mold.
During the holidays, nothing beats a classic gingerbread cookie. Make sure baking nights are set with this quintessential baking tool.
We loved how thin this rolling pin was — it offered great control and was easy on the wrists and hands. Plus, the dough didn’t stick to this pin as much as it did to others. For any baking project, a reliable rolling pin is a must.