Baking Tools Guide [Infographic]

Stocking your bakeware arsenal? Read through our handy guide first to find out which tools you definitely need.

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Baking Tools Guide

Stocking your bakeware arsenal? Read through our handy guide first to find out which tools you definitely need.

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Baking Tools Guide

Stocking your bakeware arsenal? Read through our handy guide first to find out which tools you definitely need.

Baking Ingredient Guide

Everything you need to know about flour, sugar, chocolate and other pantry staples.

Baking Measuring Do's and Don'ts [Infographic]

Turn out better baked goods by following these cardinal rules.

Cupcake Tools and Equipment Guide

Get top tips from Food Network Kitchen, plus the low-down on chefs, tools and ingredients — and where to find them.

The Ultimate Guide to Chocolate for Baking (and Beyond)

Chocolate is available for purchase in dizzying variety: from bitter to sweet, white to dark, powders to chips, bars to bricks. To keep your head from spinning, here's a breakdown of what you'll encounter in the baking aisle.

Baking with Butter

Find out how using different butters and butter-mixing strategies can affect the outcome of your baked goods.

Baking Measuring Do's and Don'ts

Turn out better baked goods by following these cardinal rules.

Top Tips for Baking Better Cupcakes

Cupcakes are easy to bake, but little tips and tricks will help you make the best batches. Here are a dozen rules of thumb — plus a bonus one — for how to bake like a pro.

Color Your Cupcakes: A Food Coloring Guide

Creating colors is part art and part science, so get ready to play. While dabbling, we discovered that frostings and food colorings vary a lot; we prefer the intensity of gel to liquid. As you mix up a batch, find your favorites among ours, then debut your own hues along the way.

The Only List of Baking Substitutions You'll Ever Need

We all know what it's like to reach for the baking powder and only come up with baking soda. With this guide, you'll never be caught without an ingredient mid-recipe again.

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