Baker’s Holiday Gift Guide – If you’re looking for gifts or stocking stuffers for your favorite foodie or baker, I have compiled a Holiday Gift Guide containing many of my most treasured kitchen tools.
From high ticket items to useful gadgets, these products run the gamut. I also have a giveaway and GreenBEAN Delivery coupon at the bottom of this post, so be sure to scroll down to check them out!
A Baker’s Holiday Gift Guide
As the holiday season has arrived, I thought I’d share some of my favorite and most used baking supplies and create a Holiday Gift Guide. Some have a hefty price tag so they’re perfect for that special someone who loves to bake. As long as there’s something sparkly wrapped up as well! Others are much more reasonable! Plus I have a link to my Vitamix giveaway. Don’t miss that!
Nielsen-Massey Vanilla has been my go-to brand for decades. It’s worth paying a little extra for such a quality product. I usually buy a 32 ounce bottle for the best price.
A Roul’Pat is a large silicone sheet. I use mine for rolling out pie crusts, cookie doughs and certain bread doughs. Its generous work surface makes clean up a breeze.
- Silpat Roul’Pat Non-Stick Silicone Mat, 16.5-Inch by 24.5-Inch
French Rolling Pin
Speaking of rolling, I find that this tapered French rolling pin does an excellent job for all the cut out cookies I make this time of year!
Revol 9 x 13-inch Baking Dish
I prefer white serving and baking dishes as the color does not compete with the beautiful food I’m serving. I am slowly collecting a variety of Revol casserole dishes. They’re perfect for overnight French toast, lasagna, and loads of casseroles and other dishes.
Perfect Pie Plate
I frequently use Pyrex pie plates when baking pies, but when I’m entertaining, it’s nice to have a pretty ruffled dish. I own this one in red.
Seasonal Tea Towels
Fun, seasonal tea towels always brighten up the kitchen. I spotted this Chocolate Lover’s Christmas on Amazon. I love Crate and Barrel’s holiday dish towels, too.
KitchenAid Artisan Mixer
I have been coveting a KitchenAid Mixer with a glass mixing bowl since it was first released. I have absolutely no reason to purchase one as I already own 3 different models. I’m waiting for a glass bowl to fit my 7 quart mixer (I won it at a food bloggers’ conference!).
- KitchenAid 5-Qt. Artisan with Glass Bowl – Candy Apple Red
KitchenAid Food Processor
I owned a food processor from a competing brand, but it was always a hassle to get the bowl on correctly. I loved this KitchenAid version from its first whirl. It’s the easiest way to make pie crust and perfect for grating carrots for carrot cake.
Digital Kitchen Scale
I use my digital kitchen scale much more than I ever thought I would. When ingredients are listed in ounces or grams, it’s much easier to reproduce the recipe accurately. I use mine to weigh packages, too, so I can buy and print a shipping label at home.
Wusthof Wave Knife
This is truly my go-to knife. Designed to cut tomatoes, it slices through fruits, vegetables, nearly everything like a breeze. Definitely an investment piece.
Festive Cookie Cutters
I have a number of these spring loaded cookie cutters. These mini gems are perfect for teeny cookies or cutting decorations for pie crusts. A fun stocking stuffer.
Le Creuset Dutch Oven
I purchased my first Le Creuset Dutch oven when we were vacationing in Charleston, South Carolina, nearly 2 decades ago. I probably did something crazy like schlepped it home in my suitcase. Slowly, I added different sizes to my collection, but this Dutch oven is always the pot I grab for stews, pot roasts and even artisan breads. These are offered in numerous colors; there is certainly one that would beautifully coordinate with your kitchen.
I had no idea that a blender could be such a powerhouse until I started using this Nutri Ninja with Auto-IQ. It purees soups, slushies and a whole lot more to perfection. Plus it’s less expensive than some of the other professional models.
UPDATE: giveaway closed and entry form removed
Green Bean Delivery
With a Green BEAN Delivery gift card, you can customize bin orders online to get anything from yummy organic baked goods to hearty, wholesome meals, delivered right to your doorstep. Order your gift cards online at Green Bean Delivery. Or, you can even create the bin order yourself to have a surprise waiting on your pal’s doorstep! Use the code TSCCB15 to get $15 off your first order. This code expires May 31, 2017.
Market District $50 Gift Card: CLOSED
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Hop over to my Vitamix Giveaway post and enter for your chance to win your own professional blender.
I also have an Instant Pot Giveaway happening now!
A Few More Favorites:
- OXO Offset Spatula
- Citrus Zester and Cheese Grater
- OXO Good Grips 7-Piece Nesting Measuring Set
- Silicone Basting Brush
- KitchenAid 9-Speed Hand Mixer
- Weck Jelly Jar, SET of 6
- Le Creuset 6-Piece Silicone Kitchen Set, Cerise (Cherry Red)
- Le Creuset Stoneware Petite Round Casserole, 8-Ounce, Cerise (Cherry Red)
I hope you’ve spotted and item or two from this Holiday Gift Guide to put on your wish list. Or found the perfect gift for someone who loves to cook and bake. What’s your favorite kitchen tool to give for a gift??? Check out my 2017 Food Lovers’ Holiday Gift Guide for more inspiration!