Essential Baking Tools

When you step into an experienced baker’s kitchen you will definitely see tools of all shapes and sizes, and used for many different functions, down to even the weirdest looking ones. But of course, every baker starts somewhere. Even the most experienced master bakers would have started with just simple things like a whisk and a bowl, and slowly grow from there. That beginning point may be where you’re at right now! If you’re just starting out on your baking journey then you will definitely need these tools with you, they are essential and would be a huge help to you every step of the way. With these tools in your kitchen, it’ll definitely make your baking faster, easier, and more impressive!

But what tools are we talking about exactly? Well, all the tools listed below have their own unique functions, from the important hand tools like spatulas, spoons, and whisks to the more electronic but still greatly essential electronic mixer and digital kitchen scale, all of these will prove to be quite important to have in your kitchen. If you’re still confused then don’t worry! We have the perfect list to share with you guys! Read below to find out which are the essential baking tools every beginner baker should know and have. This would be useful for those of you who just started baking and want to step it up a notch. With these baking tools in your kitchen, getting through any recipe will be like a breeze~

 

Measuring Cups & Spoons

Baking is all about accurately measuring your ingredients, so having a full set of measuring cups and spoons on hand is a must! Measuring cups and spoons are used almost everywhere, and in almost every recipe, so we definitely recommend you to invest in a set you really like since you will be using them often!

 

Electronic Mixer

Sure whisks and wooden spoons can be used for small batches of batter. But what about when you decide to whip out an entire rainbow cake batter? You’d need an electronic mixer for that!

 

Offset Spatula

An offset spatula is used for smoothing on buttercreams for cake decorations, spreading jams, icings – pretty much anything that involves coating. It’s a very helpful tool that helps your cake look neat and well coated.

 

Baking Pan Set

This is quite self-explanatory because how else would you bake your cakes with, right? It’s good to have a baking pan set with many different sizes so you can bake all types of cakes.

 

Rolling Pin

A tapered French rolling pin is great for rolling around cookie dough, pie crusts and even bread! Definitely a great tool to have in the kitchen. Besides that, if you dont have a food processor at home and need to crush some cookies, chips or crackers for a recipe, you can just put them in a sealable bag and use your rolling pin to smash them to pieces. A great way to improvise right?

 

Digital Kitchen Scale

Other than measuring cups, if you want even more accurate readings on your ingredients then you should get a digital kitchen scale. A digital kitchen scale is better and more precise to measure out ingredients be it wet or dry. Hence it’s always a good thing to have on hand!

 

Baking Sheet

You definitely need at least a few of these in your kitchen. You can bake cookies with it, pastries, birthday cake, the options are endless! You can even use it in your normal cooking like roasting vegetables and whatnot.

 

Silicone Spatula

A silicone spatula is really useful in folding, mixing, spreading- you name it! And because it is silicone, it also works as a scraper so you won’t be wasting batter. Silicone ones can also stand up to high heat better.

 

Wooden Spoon

You can use it in place of a spatula, to cream butter and sugar, mixing- you name it! It’s a very versatile tool that can be used for many things. But the best thing about them is that they are sturdy, so you can use them to mix even the thickest heaviest doughs.

 

Whisk

Whisks are always associated with baking, arent they? It is because it’s a trusty ‘ol tool every baker should have. Other than beating eggs, a whish is also one of the best tools to use when you need to mix together dry ingredients.

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