Baker’s Dozen: 13 Kitchen Extras Every Baker Should Own
Raise Your Game
We’d never dream of replacing your lucky whisk. But if you’re looking to stir up something extra-special, don’t miss these kitchenware upgrades from Martha Stewart’s American Made.
Watch out -- this butterfly crown could steal some thunder from the cake itself.
Rising and resting times just got fancy. Plastic wrap is so passe.
Chez Sucre, $38
A pie on the go is worth two on the counter. Homemade goodies were meant to be shared, and these carriers make it easy.
To a Tea
Even the most seasoned baker can benefit from a towel that takes the guesswork out of baking conversions.
Break the Mold
Ready-to-decorate shapes like ball gowns, hamburgers, and holiday insignia make these cookie cutters anything but.
Copper Gifts, $20.90
Letter of Pinterest
If you want cakes that are as eye-catching as they are tasty, finish them with a scripted monogram. We'll "share" that.
Designer Stencils, $16
Worth Its Salt
What’s better than a cookie topped with flaky sea salt? A cookie topped with lemon salt from Jacobsen Salt Co. (They sell a vanilla bean version too.)
Jacobsen Salt Co., $10.95
Free to Feast
An true star baker can feed every mouth at the table -- come hell, high water, or gluten intolerance.
Rolling On Up
This walnut-wood rolling pin, whose elegant handles are inspired by candle flames, will make any baker feel like a pro.
Vermont Rolling Pins, $45
Made in the Jade
Show off your dessert on hand-pressed jadeite flint glass -- it tastes better that way, truly!
Mosser Glass, $28.50
And because you should be dressed as well as your cake, tie on a new apron in artichoke, tugboat, or hedgehog print.
Foxy & Winston, $54