Friends! I’ve been scheming with my friends at Williams Sonoma to bring you this incredible gift guide and giveaway! I created the Better Baker Gift Guide with some of my favorite kitchen items. Baking isn’t all about the gear – we’re driven by our sweet teeth, afterall. BUT the right tools make baking that much easier, delicious, and magical! Trust. I’ve done the legwork.
Here are some of my favorite splurge-worthy kitchen tools. Fill your own holiday wishlist with items with a few of these gems, buy yourself a holiday gift, or find something special for your favorite baker (my vote being the Bread Pot). It’s all about fostering creativity and confidence in the kitchen! Butter sold separately.
As an added bonus – 5 lucky winners will receive the entire Better Baker Collection! This. Is. Epic!! Find easy entry details here!
These are the pans that I always reach for. Reliable, nonstick, and I know they’ll never buckle in the oven on me. The quarter sheet pan is comes in so handy for small batch baking and ingredient mis-en-place. I love that the 9-inch square baking pan and loaf pan are pretty enough to serve from. For a baker, these pans reach best friend status!
Buckle up for your new bread obsession because this Bread Pot will having you pull bakery-style boules out of your home oven! The secret is the steam created inside the pot as the bread bakes. Remove the lid towards the end of baking to coax a golden loaf out of the oven and I guarantee you’ll feel like a wizard.
We’re great bakers but this oven is the real genius in the kitchen. This countertop oven works overtime in my kitchen during the holiday season and I love it for baking all the cookie tins I gift. I’ve also made the most gloriously crisp and chewy bagels in this oven – the convection setting browns to perfection!
In everyday baking, I find myself reaching for this handy mixer even more than my sturdy stand mixer. From cake batters to frostings, there’s nothing this little mixer can’t handle. Beaters that are part whisk and part spatula work overtime so I don’t have to!
We turned some of the most popular recipes on JtB into no-fail, supremely delicious cake mixes. Most of the legwork is done, just grab a bowl and a whisk and take all the credit for your perfect creation. The mixes are also fun to play with – I highly recommend you add a banana. However you bake it, the fact that you used a cake mix is a secret that’s safe with us!
I love this simple and sturdy bowl for making cookie dough and cake batters. The pour spout comes in very handy for better batter from bowl to pan and the sweet vintage vibes of the bowl are just a bonus. A kitchen classic!
Every cake that comes out of this pan calls for an instant celebration! A dusting of powdered sugar and colorful candles is the perfect finish though I’m obsessed with confetti inside the cake. This Funfetti Bundt Cake is the
I love these little pots for individual dinner party desserts (think molten chocolate cake or apple crisp), though I store my Jacobsen Salt Co. finish salt in a mini cocottes on my stovetop and it’s the cutest.