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No more funny-looking cookies! This stainless steel scoop takes the guesswork out of baking so you can turn out perfect treats every time.
Chicago Metallic Baking Essentials Medium Cookie Scoop
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PIZZA CUTTER W/ ALUMINMHANDLE 2-3/4IN S3A
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SANI-SAFE PIZZA CUTTER5IN P177A-5
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For all you crafty non-shoppers, flaunt your baking skills by stamping your homemade gifts with an official stamp.
Homemade Cookie Stamper
Cookies and cupcakes have had plenty of time in the spotlight. Is it time for pie? Specifically, mini pocket pies in apple, star and circle shapes? These are on my wish list.
Mini Pocket Pie Molds
If your family is young and you're starting new traditions, try doing a cookie party with friends or cousins. I especially love the striped apron and adorable gift tags that come with this set.
Sugar. Skull. Sugar. Cookies. I love that these are designed to emboss the iconic look of a sugar skull right onto a cookie. So adorable!
Would your family eat your cookies even if they said "Toxic" on the top? Now is your chance to find out.
Cookie Press, Toxic
This is a new way to dunk cookies in milk. I think it's the greatest little invention, especially because you can eat the cookie right off the dipper!
The best use of my counter space is stacking vertical. I love my stackable cookie cooling racks. They work great to set hot pans on too.
While I most often just use my standard rolling pin, this one with the rings is especially handy when you start out baking to make sure you have consistent thicknesses. This rolling pin comes with a ⅛-inch ring (great for pie crust and thin cookies), a ¼-inch ring (my standard for cookies) and a...
What did I do before Silpat was invented? Oh right, my cookies always got stuck to the cookie sheet.
Silpats make it easy to keep cookies from sticking to the baking sheet. There are cheaper options out there too. Either way, they're totally worth it.
It would be fun to use these to decorate cookies and doodle on the skins of fruit I pack in the kids' lunch boxes.
Save valuable counter space with a set of stackable cooling racks. Use them separately or stack them up. Either way, they make cooling cookies, pies, cakes and other baked goods a breeze.
Stackable Cooling Rack
You won't get very far without decorating tips. I buy mine individually because I'm specific with the sizes I use. For cookie decorating, I use round tips sized 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. For cupcakes, I like size 1M.
Master Tip Set
I love my Sur la Table bench scraper. I use this often for cutting out rectangles, squares and straight-edged cookies. And the ruler is especially handy for consistent cookie sizes.
You need a great rolling pin for everything from pie crust to sugar cookies. Opt for one that's heavy duty and nonstick.
I buy boxes of disposable decorating bags by the hundreds because I use them not only to pipe icing on cookies (the 12-inch size) and cupcakes (the 16-inch size), but also to make pancakes, fill cupcake liners, make chocolate pops and so much more.
A simple decorating kit can elevate the look of your cookies. You just need a few simple tips. Even my older kids can use these.
You have to have a rolling pin for all those cookies you're going to be making. Why not get one with red handles for the holiday season?
You can find lollipop sticks in most craft stores, but I love this shop for its quirky cupcake toppers and other decorating and packaging items too. It's a good place to shop around. I put marshmallows, cookies, cake pops, anything I can, really, on a stick. Note the difference between "lollipop...
I keep meaning to pick up a rolling pin like this streamlined and simple one, especially since cookie-making season is upon us!
New York Cake has much, much more than merely parchment paper, so be sure to linger on this site. They carry most of my favorite decorating tools. But parchment paper (widely available in the supermarket too) is a must-have. I line my cookie trays with parchment, and I even use the stuff to...
Do you love French cut green beans? Now you can have them whenever you like. This little gadget will slice snap beans lengthwise which really comes in handy for canning and freezing, too.
I think it's amazing how the proper tools can make light of a task, and this piping bag is no exception. With an easy-squeeze handle, this can even be used by kids.
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