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Are you ready for Gift Guide Number 5? We only have a few more left but this one is meant for the baker in your life (or the wanna be baker).

My love for baking comes from my Father, whom taught me how to bake. We’d mostly bake cakes and lemon pies for my butter-loving grandma. But sometimes baking comes from just testing the waters, getting in the kitchen and trying out a few recipes (that’s why I’m here!). Thus, I put together this amazing gift guide with inexpensive gifts for bakers.

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Holiday Gift Guide: For the Baker! Inexpensive gifts for all bakers.

1.) KitchenAid Stand Mixer. Every baker needs one of these. And they last a lifetime so the price is well worth it. $250

2.) Hand Crank Flour Sifter. Sifters never go out of style, and they can be handy when making gluten free goodies. $12

3.) Crate and Barrel Ultimate Citrus Tool. Zesting is annoying, but it’s easy when you have this beautiful tool. $13

4.) Crate and Barrel Marble Rolling Pin. If you know someone who lives to make their own breads, pastries or pie crusts, then this rolling pin is for them! $20

5.) Heritage Bundt Pan. You like big bundts, and you cannot lie. Or maybe not, but bundt cakes are beautiful! $39

6.) Nielsen-Massey Vanilla Extract. Baking always requires vanilla extract and this is one of my favorites plus a great stocking stuffer! $10

7.) Grandbaby Cakes Dessert Book. If you know someone who loves to bake cakes, they will adore this book. $22

8.) Anthropologie Botanist Knoll Potholders. Two cute pot holders from the best place ever. Great in any kitchen. $12

9.) Orblue Pastry Cutter – Baking Dough Blender. Great for making biscuits and pie crust from scratch. $10

10.) Farberware 12-Cup Muffin Pan. Muffins (or cupcakes) for everyone. $24

11.) Crate and Barrel Cherry and Olive Pitter. For the homemade cherry pie lover. This saves SO much time. $12

12.) Chefs Pie Spice Set. Great for Fall/Winter baking and includes apple pie spice & pumpkin pie spice! $20

13.) Anthropologie Botanist Knoll Apron. To go with the potholders from #8. Aprons are everything. $28

14.) Joy the Baker Homemade Decadence Dessert Book. Because Joy and all her recipes are incredible. $21

15.) Stainless-Steel Mixing Bowls, Set of 3. I love these because they have covers so you can store your cookie dough. $79

16.) Silicone Baking Mat. So baking pans don’t get ruined. $14

17.) OXO Good Grips Medium Cookie Scoop. Forget rolling dough balls into awkward sizes, this cookie scoop is perfect! $13

18.) Sur La Table White Marble Pastry Board. Roll everything from pie crust to sugar cookies on this beautiful board. $39

19.) Tiny Whisk Gold Necklace. Every baker would love this adorable whisk necklace. $20

20.) Whisk Me Away’ Printable Kitchen Wall Art. Just adorable. $5

21.) Wilton Nonstick 6-Cavity Donut Pan. Everyone needs a doughnut pan. Seriously!! $15

22.) Williams-Sonoma Goldtouch Non-Stick Bakeware Set. A beautiful baking set for anyone who needs updated bakeware or if they just require some essentials. $39

 

 

I hope you are enjoying my gift guides. And in case you missed it: Don’t forget to check out my beauty & skin care lover gift guide, one for the man in your lifefor the fitness lover and for your mom! xo.