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Gift guide for bakers


Lauren Dietrich | Interrobang | Lifestyles | December 11th, 2017




This gift guide is an inside look on what to get the baker in your life for Christmas. If you choose any of these items you can guarantee that it will be a gift that keeps on giving. Nothing motivates someone to master an old recipe or try out a new one, more than new bakeware.

Whether it be your co-worker that always come to the office with treats, a family member who is responsible for making family famous recipes, or a friend that always shows up to the party with sweets, everyone knows someone that loves to bake.

Here is a list of gift ideas that will not fail for someone who loves to bake. *Prices of products are subject to change.

KitchenAid Stand Mixer

This stand mixer is a high quality and durable necessity for a baker.

With a variety of attachments and speeds, the KitchenAid Mixer works wonders for any recipe. The mixer can spiralize, whisk, knead dough, roll pasta, grind, mince, and so much more. Although it is on the more expensive end, it is definitely worth the price and the person on the receiving end of the gift will be forever grateful.

Canadian Tire $599.99

Starfrit Silicone Oven Mitts

This is a great gift for a baker who is currently using cloth oven mitts. The design includes reinforcement near the thumb for better grip and they can resist up to 240 degrees C. On top of this, they are non-slip, waterproof, and have a soft lining for easy movement.

Canadian Tire $34.99

Mixing Bowl Set

This three pack of colourful bowls is great for preparing a number of baked goods. All of the bowls are microwave- safe and can be used for mixing, warming ingredients, and heating or freezing foods. The pack includes 2 quart, 3.5 quart, and 5 quart mixing bowls with nonskid bottoms.

Wilton Icing Colours

This 12 pack of gel icing colours is a perfect way to colour icings without changing the consistency. It is a great pack for a baker who likes to create colourful creations and add fun to any baked goods.

Bulk Barn $22.49

Bakeware Sets

A bakeware set is a great gift for a beginner baker. Both of these packs include muffin tins, cookie sheets, cake pans, and more. These kits are the perfect thing to give a baker who likes to create a diverse menu of treats.

Canadian Tire - Master Chef 7 piece bakeware set $89.99; Walmart - Expert Choice 16 piece bakeware set $19.97

Cupcake Caddy

This product allows for easy storage and transportation of cupcakes and other baked goods. It comes with inserts to hold your cupcakes in place while keeping them fresh. The best part about giving this gift to your baker friend is that they can use it to bring cupcakes over to your house.

Walmart $19.97

Cookie Scoop

This is the perfect stocking stuffer. This simple to use device allows for your cookies to have a uniform shape and cook evenly. It can also be used for muffin batter, meatballs, ice cream and more.

Canadian Tire $7.99

Wilton Trim-N-Turn Cake Turntable

This rotating cake stand is great for the baker that wants to make the perfect cake. A turntable makes it easy to decorate around the whole cake and can even be used for display. The removable platform allows for easy clean up and the device can accommodate cakes up to 11 inches.

Bulk Barn $22.49

Wilton Deluxe Tip Set

This deluxe tip set includes 22 unique decorating tips. This pack is perfect for the baker that wants to expand their decorating skills and create a variety of looks. The pack includes a decorating tip organizer to ensure that none of the tips are misplaced.

Bulk Barn $22.49

Wilton Cupcakes N’ More Dessert Stand

This wire cupcake stand is an exciting way to display decorated cupcakes. It can hold up to 23 cupcakes and is a great way for a baker to show off their creations.

Bulk Barn $24.69


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