You must bake pies in the fall. I swear there's a law somewhere. Whether it's in this fancy dish or a tin pan from the market, you must bake pies in the fall.
Cupcake picks are the best. All you have to do to add flair to a cupcake is open the package and stick.
So you don't forget which is which (I'm thinking pumpkin and apple butter here), pick up some labels. These are also great for when you make 100 jars of pumpkin butter and want to give a few as gifts.
I want this. I know, I know, it's another one in the category of "single-use items to have to store," but it's so dang cute.
Cover any sweet with sprinkles to add sparkle.
I don't know. I'm a little skeptical about these Turkey Cakelette pans. I find that it's so hard to bake a cake that keeps its shape and design. I guess that's what the decorating is for.
You can apply these pre-printed, edible icing sheets to more than just cakes. Cut the sheets to fit cupcakes, cookies or even marshmallows.
Bear with me, I know it must be strange to include store-bought sticks with fall baking, but I would use these as alternatives to skewers for caramel apples.
I love this Linzer cookie cutter set. The filling does the decorating for you.
Candy corn, candy corn, everywhere candy corn. I've seen a ridiculous number of candy corn–inspired treats: cookies, madeleines, cake pops, cakes, even waffles. Funny thing is, not many people actually like candy corn, just foods that look like it.
It would be so much prettier to bake and give gifts in these paper loaf pans than the foil ones.
You can make any of your favorite cupcakes and turn them into fall treats with cupcake wrappers and picks. Meri Meri has some of my favorites.
I've yet to ever try an impression rolling pin. This one is awfully pretty though.