Bestselling Baking & Pastry Utensils in 2020
PortoFino 6 Pc. Baking Utensil Set – Beech Wood & Silicone – Cooking / Kitchen Tools – 9” Large Spatula, Small Spatula, Spoon Spatula, Flat Pastry Brush, Round Pastry Brush, 12” Whisk, Gray
Silicone Baking Utensils | Wooden Handle, Balloon whisk, Slotted & Solid Kitchen Spoon, Spatula, Long Scraper and Pastry Brush, Acacia Hard Wood Handle
- EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR THE ULTIMATE BAKING EXPERIENCE - Enjoy whisking, mixing, and combining with this complete set of baking utensils. Set includes: egg whisk, slotted spoon, spoon, spatula, long scraper, and oil brush.
- PROTECT YOUR BAKEWARE - These non-scratch mint green silicone utensils won't scratch, chip or harm your nonstick and metal pans. They are the perfect tool to extend the life of your bake ware.
- ELEGANT AND NATURAL - This stylish, Teal Blue silicone heads and natural acacia wooden handles will greatly enhance your kitchen's decor. Since it is made of natural wood, each handle has its unique pattern and design. This set will make a great gift for chefs, home cooks or professionals
- LASTS A LIFETIME - The silicone head and durable wooden handles are made to last. Unlike metal or plastic, they won't bend, melt or rust with time.
- NO MORE MELTING - All silicone parts are heat resistant up to 240 degree Celsius or 464 degree Fahrenheit. Unlike plastic or rubber, the high heat tolerance of the silicone heads prevents the utensil from melting the minute it is left in a pot.
Mrs. Anderson's Baking 45752 Anderson’s Professional 5-Blade Pastry Cutter and Dough Blender, Stainless Steel, 4.5 x 4.25 x 1.5-Inches, Silver
Pastry Cutter Set Professional QUALITY Stainless Steel Biscuit Cutter set HEAVY DUTY Dough Blender/Pastry Cutter + 5 Round Cookie Cutters With Handles Baking Dough Pastry Tools in a GIFT BOX!
KOOTIPS Pastry Bag - 100 Pieces Disposable Cake/Cupcake Decorating Piping Icing Bags Set - 14 12 10 Inch and Easy to Grip (S (10 inch))
Silicone Baking Utensils Sets- 6 Piece Premium Silicone Baking Tool Set –Tongs, Whisk, 2 Sizes Spatula, Pastry Brush, Slotted Turner - Heat Resistant Baking Utensil Tool Set (pink)
M KITCHEN WORLD Silicone Basting | BBQ | Pastry | Oil Brush (Orange) | Turkey Baster | Barbecue Utensil use for Grilling & Marinating - Desserts Baking | Set of 2 with 2 Recipe Electronic Books
Jamie Oliver Pastry Brush, Wooden Handle with Hook and Natural Bristles, Round
- Perfect for glazing foods, applying melted butter or egg wash, basting meats and poultry, and more
- Beautiful acacia handle with teal dipped end
- Made out of natural bristle
- Hand wash in Warm, soapy water
- Includes a 25 year Guarantee
Silicone Pastry Brush Set — 2 Pack — Heat Resistant Basting Brush Set Elegantly Designed + Dishwasher Safe — Large Black + Small Green Sizes Perfect For Baking, Grilling, Basting & Marinating
Kootek Cake Decorating Supplies 52-in-1 Baking Accessories with Cake Turntable Stands, Cake Tips, Icing Smoother Spatula, Piping Pastry Bags and Decorating Pen Frosting Tools Set Kitchen Utensils
- All-in-one 52-pieces Cake Decorating Supplies: 1 Cake Turntable, 36 Cake Tips, 3 Icing Smoother, 2 Silicone Reusable Bags, 1 Silicone Spatulas, 1 Cake Server, 1 Icing Spatula, 2 Couplers, 2 Flower Nail, 1 Flower Lifter, 1 Decorating Pen, 1 Brush
- Revolving Cake Turntable: Turns smoothly in clockwise or anticlockwise direction, can hold a cake up to 11-inches and can even accommodate a larger cake on a cake board. Non-slip edge to keep the turntable from moving on your work surface
- Various Icing Smoother/Spatula : Icing knife and cake server are smooth icing or cut cake. Silicone spatula for whipping cream and stiring sauces. 3 icing smoother are perfect to create no less than 3 kinds of patterns on the side or top of cakes
- Cake Decorating Tools: Different patter cake tips, coupler, reusable piping bags, flower nail and decorating pen, which you can create all types of beautiful patterns on cake, cupcakes, pie and biscuit
- Premium Baking Supplies Frosting Tools: Strong, durable, stainless steel, corrosion resistant, reusable, non-stick, tasteless & non-toxic, FDA and LFGB approved, dishwasher safe and brush for easy to clean (NOTE: The decorating tips, bags and scraper are at the bottom of the cake turntable when you open the package)
Home Baking: Tips for the New Home Baker, Part 2
In Part 1, I shared some basic info on kitchen supplies, organization, and getting it right when starting out in your baking quest. Part 2 will cover additional baking tips, myths, and some caring advice for the novice baker.
It's Your Kitchen, Continued
Know your recipe.
Before the oven is ever turned on, you need to know the ins and outs of what you will be preparing. Read and reread your recipe several times, and have all ingredients ready and organized. There is nothing worse than forgetting something in the fridge when you are stirring caramel on the stove! Keep your recipe out on the counter, and refer to it often to ensure good results.
Homemade baked goods are not always 100% from scratch.
While the diehards out there are throwing cookbooks at their screen, there is something that needs to be shared with everyone, but particularly moms. When you attend a function with beautifully prepared cakes and pies, you assume these moms (or churchgoers, or whoever) prepared them from scratch, unless they came from a bakery. And you get embarrassed, or jealous, of the help you got from Duncan Hines. Well, don't. In a busy world, sometimes the help of a box is needed to get the job done. Or maybe your homemade frosting is better than your homemade devil's food cake. Just because you took help, don't despair! You may find you will improve over time, and not need a box, or you might use it for a time saver. It doesn't matter. Take pride in your accomplishments, and you will find they will keep coming.
Baking is a science, it really is.
While you can eyeball your salad dressing measurements, guessing at baking amounts is a recipe for disaster. While flavorings can be changed, or substitutions can be made at times (a recipe will usually provide that info, if applicable), in general, the measurements for ingredients must be followed to ensure a quality product. Too much flour in a bread dough, for example, will result in a tough, dry loaf, while too little baking powder in a muffin recipe will result in a barely risen muffin. Be sure to have measuring spoons and cups as needed to ensure a proper end product.
Some kitchen equipment is not optional.
We just covered the importance of measuring supplies, but there are some things you will actually need, depending on what type of baking you are doing. For example, a rolling pin is needed for pie bakers, and a baking tile really adds a crusty finish to a French bread baguette. As you branch out into a specific type of baking, you will learn what you need to achieve the best results. While some things may be pricey (A Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer, for example), you will find that a professional result is worth it.
Not all projects will be masterpieces.
It happens, even to the pros (though they will never admit it). A pie will overcook, or a cake will not rise properly. In my case, preparing fudge was a trial and error process of several weeks. Sometimes, following the recipe is not enough, and it doesn't guarantee perfection. But don't give up! Keep trying, and find out what the problem is. Ask another baker, or read up on your ingredients. I found the humidity in South Louisiana is horrific to fudge making, but now I know there are days I can achieve perfection. And even then, mistakes happen. But as long as you keep trying, you will figure it out, and add another yummy treat to your list.
So, now that you have no reason not to, will you bake? Have you already impressed the family or neighbors with a yummy treat? Or, have you had the fire department inspect your fire alarms while you figured out you need a cookie sheet under that dripping pie? Just because accidents happen doesn't mean you are not made for this. If you have gone this far, you will only continue to progress. So keep going, and stick around for Part 3.