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February 03, 2021
Baking is surely a cakewalk, but only when you have the right ingredients and kitchen tools. Now, the most basic baking essentials would include your everyday tools like a whisk, spatula, measuring cup, baking sheet – things we all know and use regularly. But sometimes you may come across a tool that might make you go, “Why didn’t I buy this earlier?” In this blog, we have made a list of a few such tools that you may not have heard of but are designed to make baking cookies, pies, and cupcakes an even better and fulfilling experience:Pie crust cutter
Baking a pie takes a lot of work. Between making the filling, making the perfect crust, and then rolling it to the desired thickness and cutting it to size, the whole process is surely not as easy as the phrase “as easy as pie” makes it seem like. Luckily, with the pie crust cutter, you can now easily measure and cut the crust to fit your tin, without having to worry about it being too small or too big.Russian piping tips
If you love decorating your cakes, cupcakes, and cookies with intricate designs, you would surely appreciate the Russian piping tips. Available in an assortment of intricate floral and geometric designs, these tips are surely a step up from the basic piping tools that you may be used to.Bakers Sto N Go cookie carrier
Our Bakers Sto N Go cookie carrier may not be exactly used during the process baking, but that does not mean that it isn’t a baking essential. You can use it to store and carry your baked goods. Spread the joy with your sweet treats during the holidays by seamlessly carrying up to 4 shelves of frosted and 5 shelves of non-frosted cookies, and other goodies that you can share with family, friends, or colleagues.Now, you can choose plastic egg trays for your Bakers Sto N Go that can be used for storing and carrying up to 32 deviled eggs as well as treats such as chocolate-covered strawberries and truffles. Buy them here.
Read more about Creating the Ultimate Home Baking Station, written by Porch.com.
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