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Gift Ideas for a Baking Enthusiast Who'll Thank You No End
What is the first thing that pops in your mind when it's Christmas or someone's birthday? It's a no-brainer - gifts! We all love to receive or give gifts as a token of celebration or appreciation. So, if someone is a baking enthusiast or has just graduated through culinary school, or it's a special occasion, what sort of gifts would you come up with?
Last Updated: Sep 3, 2018
"Hands that serve are holier than lips that pray." This quote by Mother Theresa aptly sums up the gratitude that one must have towards people who serve us, and that includes bakers.
As time passes, an oven begins to display the achieved temperature inaccurately. As bakers need to know the exact temperature from time to time, while baking, an oven thermometer comes in handy and can be a worthy gift item.
Bakers constantly need to handle hot items, and often, oven gloves become their best friends. Personalize this gift by inscribing the name or initials of the person.
Gifting an array of different-sized spoons and cups can help avert tricky conversions while baking.
A set or pair of icing spatulas also makes up for a good gift item. Besides spreading frosting on cakes, spatulas also prove handy while removing the baked item from the pan.
Whisks are available in a plethora of sizes and each one of them serves their own purpose. Gift a set of whisks, and your friend will thank you for a lifetime.
For someone who loves to bake, activities like kneading, whisking and mixing are pivotal to the outcome. A mixer can help your friend tackle these tasks with ease. There are different types of mixers available on the market, and you can choose one that suits your preferences and budget.
A variety of metal cutters will help create exciting and attractive cookie shapes and cake decorations.
For a baking enthusiast, a variety of pans in different shapes, materials, and sizes is quite often, downright essential. Gifting him/her some essentials like aluminum pans, pie pans, and bundt pans will surely see him thanking you no end.
If you are short on time, a gift voucher for baking essentials, or a cookbook, or a goody bag of chocolates or baked goodies can be a great gifting option.