Kitchen Gift Ideas – Baking Gadgets

We all spend time in the kitchen, cooking baking and making meals for our families. Spending time in the kitchen should be fun and not a long process. Have the right tools will make a big difference. I have created a list of kitchen gift ideas that I think you will love or want as much as I do. When it comes to baking gadgets, I like to have many different ones.

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Kitchen Gift Ideas – Baking Gadgets

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Baking and Cooking Essentials and Gadgets

Meat Thermometer

When it comes to cooking or baking, I like to make sure the temperature is just right so that my meat is not overcooked and dry. This is a great addition to the kitchen. I use mine all the time.

Pastry Mold

Add some creations to your food and check out this pastry mold. It would be perfect for making homemade pizza pockets and mini turnovers.

A fun way to add some design to cookies or pie crusts. Rollaway to some fun in the kitchen.

Cake Decorating

I am trying to do more cupcakes and cakes with the help of my daughter and I want to be able to have different designs, so having these cake decorating tips will come in handy. 

Kitchen Utensils

I have been slowly adding touches of red to my kitchen. I have added this to my list I am giving my husband. Hopefully, it is one that he does get me.

We all prefer different baking gadgets, what are your favourites?

What is on your wish list this year? Keep an eye out for more great gift ideas for the entire family, hostess gifts and more.

If you know someone who loves to spend time in the kitchen, why not create a baker’s basket. You could add some of these items along with cake mixes, puddings, sugar, sprinkles and more,


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Paintbrush Ornaments – DIY Holiday Decor

paintbrush ornaments

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6 Free Halloween Events for Kids around Toronto – 2017

Halloween Events for Kids

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