Spotlight cake supplies: Cake Baking, Making & Decorating Supplies

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Cake Baking, Making & Decorating Supplies

Measure ingredients properly – as part of the preparation, measuring your ingredients accurately is a vital step. It only takes one wrong measurement to destroy the whole cake.

Invest in the right equipment why not draw from the variety of dedicated baking supplies and accessories available to take your cake preparation to the next level?

Don’t forget the decorations – in creating a cake with wow-factor, it takes more than just a cherry on top. Finish off your masterpiece with icing and some fancy embellishments to make it a cake worth remembering.

How do I make my own chocolate?

You can easily replicate the look of beautiful, store-bought chocolates by using special chocolate moulds. Simply melt your chocolate in the microwave, dispense the melted chocolate into each cavity of the mould using a piping bag (spoons can be too messy) and then release the chocolate from the cavities after it’s been hardened in the fridge.

You can also use your piping bags and other chocolate making supplies, such as edible decorations, to add little details to the tops of your chocolates – think stars, flowers and stripes or other patterns.

If you wish to give your chocolates a delicious creamy or caramel centre, only half-fill the mould with melted chocolate, refrigerate then, once the chocolate is hard, pipe the room temperature filling into each cavity before topping off with the rest of the melted chocolate. Pop the mould in the fridge for a few more minutes and… voila!

Find the right cake, chocolate and baking supplies at Spotlight

If you want to know more, our buying guides can help to select the tools required for cake decoration and how to use different toppings to decorate a cake.

Ready to purchase? You can click through the bakeware and supplies on our website and buy online. Alternatively, head into a Spotlight store to check out the different items available and speak with one of our friendly customer service team who’ll be happy to answer your questions.

Cake Baking, Making & Decorating Supplies

Measure ingredients properly – as part of the preparation, measuring your ingredients accurately is a vital step. It only takes one wrong measurement to destroy the whole cake.

Invest in the right equipment why not draw from the variety of dedicated baking supplies and accessories available to take your cake preparation to the next level?

Don’t forget the decorations – in creating a cake with wow-factor, it takes more than just a cherry on top. Finish off your masterpiece with icing and some fancy embellishments to make it a cake worth remembering.

How do I make my own chocolate?

You can easily replicate the look of beautiful, store-bought chocolates by using special chocolate moulds. Simply melt your chocolate in the microwave, dispense the melted chocolate into each cavity of the mould using a piping bag (spoons can be too messy) and then release the chocolate from the cavities after it’s been hardened in the fridge.

You can also use your piping bags and other chocolate making supplies, such as edible decorations, to add little details to the tops of your chocolates – think stars, flowers and stripes or other patterns.

If you wish to give your chocolates a delicious creamy or caramel centre, only half-fill the mould with melted chocolate, refrigerate then, once the chocolate is hard, pipe the room temperature filling into each cavity before topping off with the rest of the melted chocolate. Pop the mould in the fridge for a few more minutes and… voila!

Find the right cake, chocolate and baking supplies at Spotlight

If you want to know more, our buying guides can help to select the tools required for cake decoration and how to use different toppings to decorate a cake.

Ready to purchase? You can click through the bakeware and supplies on our website and buy online. Alternatively, head into a Spotlight store to check out the different items available and speak with one of our friendly customer service team who’ll be happy to answer your questions.

Cake Decorating Tools & Utensils

Can I purchase decorating from Spotlight?

Yes, you can. Decorate your baked goods and culinary creations with the awesome collection of decorating ingredients, tools and equipment from Spotlight. Enjoy the beauty of decorating and creatively express yourself through cake decorations. With cake toppers, pens, icing, supplies, tools, equipment and more, make a statement with your cakes, biscuits and delectable treats. With such a wide choice available, plus our guaranteed low prices across the entire range, Spotlight is your one-stop shop for all your cake decorating needs.

How do I purchase decorating from Spotlight?

If you are looking to create a deliciously decorated cake, then shop our fabulous range of confectionery online and follow the instructions right through to check out. We accept all major payment methods, including Visa, MasterCard and PayPal and we will deliver right to your door. See here for more information regarding delivery costs and times. You can also shop our selection of baking essentials, ingredients, tools and equipment in one of our nationwide stores, where one of our team will be more than happy to help you in any way that they can.

What decorating supplies do you sell at Spotlight?

At Spotlight, you will find just about everything that you could possibly need to decorate your baked treats. From pens to food paints, icing to piping tips, toppers, embellishments and more, at Spotlight, we have everything that you need to nail it. With such superior quality and excellent choice, you will find all your decorating essentials. Choose from our selection of cake pans to bake cakes in a range of shapes and sizes, and check out our variety of cake ingredients, including ready-made cake mix for anyone who wants to ensure that their cakes are a success.

Do you have any cake decorating tips for beginners?

Decorating your culinary creation will be a piece of cake with the fabulous supplies from Spotlight. Always remember that practice makes perfect, and if you have an important cake to make in the future, then you could always practice it first. Create a sketch of the design that you are aiming for and practice making your cake, embellishments and ever creating the whole thing. We are sure family and friends will be more than willing to sample the produce.

Place your cake on a turntable and then use a scraper at a 45-degree angle or a smooth, professional finish on the sides. Always make sure that your cake is cooled fully before you started adding frosting and other decorations. Store cakes at room temperature, unless they are filled with whipped cream, fruit filling or buttercream. They are best eaten on the day but will store overnight in an airtight container or the refrigerator, depending on the item Whether you are baking a cake for a particularly special occasion or just stocking up for the next time inspiration strikes, check out our comprehensive range of cake essentials at Spotlight.

How should I wash my cake decorating equipment?

We would first like to advise customers to always the manufacturers individual care instructions prior to cleaning. Always wash your cake decorating tools in warm soapy water immediately after each use. If you are using a smaller item such as a piping tip, and struggling to get it clean, leave it to soak in warm soapy water for a few minutes. Rinse properly and ensure that they are dried thoroughly before storage. Most of these items are not dishwasher safe, and you should always avoid the use of any harsh chemicals, including chlorine and bleach.

Client Spotlight: DecoPac – Creatis

   

DecoPac takes the cake when it comes to supplying cake decorations to professional decorators and bakeries across the world. They’re a one-stop shop that helps empower businesses and artisans to do what they do best by providing cutting-edge decorating solutions and premium supplies. Customers can rely on the quality, safety and service that DecoPac consistently provides.

It is DecoPac’s drive to help other businesses succeed that make them such a great partner with Creatis, because we also help businesses succeed through providing quality resources. While cake supplies are perhaps a far cry from offering staffing and studio resources, there’s a uniting principal at play. Creatis exists to empower our client partners to get more work done so they can focus on top priorities. Think of us as the “icing on the cake” for our client partners, including DecoPac. Ok, that’s the last cake pun, we promise!

Creatis and DecoPac

Our roots with DecoPac formed in 2016 and have grown immensely over the past four years. More than 10 Creatis employees have worked on engagements at DecoPac’s headquarters in Anoka, MN.
Julie Mattson, who currently manages our relationship with DecoPac, loves the bond we’ve formed with their decision-makers.

“We have an open and honest line of communication with [DecoPac’s] marketing leaders, which allows us to be proactive in finding the best possible Creatis resource for their needs. We help them identify and meet needs consistently.” – Julie Mattson, Creatis Relationship Manager

Creatis and Cakes.com Project

Here’s a story to illustrate how Creatis supports DecoPac creative and marketing teams. DecoPac recently launched cakes.com, a new consumer-facing arm of their business. This user-friendly website allows consumers to create personalized cakes for any occasion and order them directly from DecoPac. But during the website development process, it became clear to their leadership that writing all the content for the website presented a challenge for their internal creative and marketing teams. It didn’t make sense for DecoPac to hire new full-time/permanent writers because this project had a defined end date and scope of responsibilities. They needed at-the-ready expertise to get this writing done on time and on budget.

Julie worked diligently with DecoPac leaders to create a customized solution that maximized efficiency. She sourced 3 Creatis writers who were experts in web content development and the right culture fits. They were ready to dive in and help immediately. Those Creatis writers worked collaboratively onsite with the DecoPac team to develop content. The writers delivered excellent results over individual three-month engagements.

In addition to adding value through copy and content writers, an influx of Creatis designers and production artists have augmented the DecoPac onsite team and continue to do so today. Creatis employees work on DecoPac’s bi-annual Fall and Spring catalogues, print and digital marketing materials and other ongoing projects as requested.

At Creatis, we do our homework so that we can best be of service to our client partners, no matter the industry, to deliver onsite and outsourced creative and marketing solutions when you need them.
How sweet is that?

For more information about our unique services, get in touch with our Director of Business Development Sandi Henrikson here: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Classes

Book your “hands on” class today and learn new designs & techiniques.

Looking to spend some time with the family? Experience the excitement of successfully creating professional looking, decorated cakes and cookies! Cake Carousel offers local classes for all skill levels, including Basic, Intermediate and Advanced. Our hands-on classes will teach you the fundamentals of Cake and Cookie Decorating, Fondant, Buttercream and mouthwatering home-made Candy Apples. Launch your career in baking and cake decorating, or become an expert hobbyist. Plan a ladies’ night out, date with child, or just come to have fun and make new friends while learning to create upscale desserts and treats! Book one of our local classes now, offered in morning or evening, and join us for a time of creativity and inspiration.

Cake Carousel also provides you with all the necessities for your culinary arts. From all your frosting needs to cookie cutters for every event and holiday. We also feature top quality bakeware such as Fat Daddio, Magic Line and Wilton that are perfect for home and professional baking use. Add fun and creativity to your decorating with our wide variety of edible accents. Disco Dust Glitter, Poppy Paint, Edible Markers and sprinkles of every kind are a must for every food stylist and budding artist. We also feature the Cookie Countess Airbrush System which allows you to get professional results whether you are a beginner or decorating expert. Cake Carousel is here locally to inspire bakers of any skill level.

Come have your cake and eat it too!

Register for Summer Cake Decorating Workshop | 4:00-6:00pm at Spotlight Events, Sat 8 Aug 2020 4:00 PM

Join us on August 8th for another evening of sweet, sweet pastry arts! In this workshop, pastry artist Cassie Curtis will teach you how to make your very own summer-themed drip cake! The class includes all the supplies you need to create this adorable treat. Follow along with Cassie while she guides you step by step to becoming a cake master.

What’s Included

  • Freshly baked mini cake
  • Fondant, icing, sprinkles and ice cream cone
  • All the necessary tools

*Please note: regretfully the studio space at Spotlight Events is not wheelchair accessible. There is a stairwell from the entrance to the main studio upstairs.

Your Safety is Most Important

  • We have reduced our studio workshop capacity to 10 attendees to allow for physical distancing.
  • All contact surfaces will be sanitized before and after the workshop.
  • Hand sanitizer will be provided at the entrance of the studio and at each workstation. Please use the hand sanitizer upon entering the studio, and regularly sanitize throughout the workshop as needed.
  • All workstations will be set-up 2 meters apart.
  • Coming with a friend? If you’re attending with someone in your bubble, please purchase all tickets on the same registration. Your party will be seated together and physically distanced from other attendees. Maximum party size is 6.
  • Participants and/or parties must maintain a 2 meter physical distance from other participants in the studio at all times.
  • A mask or face covering is recommended.
  • If you’re feeling ill or have been in contact with someone who has been ill, please cancel your registration and do not attend. Workshops seats will be fully refunded to anyone who cannot attend due to illness.

Cake Decorator Spotlight – Danny Lane

Danny Lane is a Sugar Artist and Bakery Tech for Harp’s Foods in Arkansas. His talent and accomplishments clearly reflect Danny’s 30+ years of experience, although his energy, enthusiasm and passion rival that of someone half his age. The winner of two Food Network competitions “Sugar Dome: Dangers of the Deep” and “Christmas Classic Cakes,” Danny shares career highlights and lessons learned in this Q&A Guest Decorator Spotlight.

How long have you been decorating cakes?

I started out 32 years ago as a baker at a supermarket chain. I was offered the bakery manager’s position with the stipulation I learn how to decorate cakes. So I learned how just to get that promotion. Then I decided to focus on cake decorating because I liked doing it better. Now I’m a supervisor for Harp’s and I go around training other decorators and working with them to improve their skills. I also help set up stores and make most of the cake decisions for Harp’s.

That [fish cake] is a groom’s cake, too. The guy fishes a lot so I said I would make fish and put them on “ice” (isomalt) in a chest with an open lid.

What was the biggest “dream project” you got to work on?

My first Food Network cake, because it was something I never thought would happen. When I finally got the phone call, I picked a co-worker/friend to go with me. Building that cake— my Christmas Classics cake—it was just amazing to get that opportunity.

What was your biggest “nightmare” story?

I did a wedding cake for a couple and they insisted on picking it up because they didn’t want to pay for delivery. I had worked hard on it because they really wanted a big cake, and I generally don’t want people to pick those up. I’d rather deliver it so I know it gets there in one piece. But when the bride, groom and best man showed up, they threw the cake in the back of a junky pick-up truck and the bride got in the back and held it. I was mortified. I envisioned this cake coming back in a million pieces, but luckily they never called me so it must have gotten there in one piece.

I absolutely love this [butterfly] cake. The couple wanted purples with some blacks so we decided on marbling. They also wanted gold butterflies. I decided to do a butterfly overload with Cake Lace because it makes such a statement. This cake is one of my favorites.

What new trends do you see emerging in the cake decorating industry?

Where I live, people are getting really big into texture. They’re coming up with all different textures that they want on cakes. I’m having people ask, “Can you make every other tier look like a cable knit sweater?” Some of these textures were around before, but they seem to be coming back more elaborately now. I’ve also noticed people in my area wanting buttercream more than fondant. So then you’re faced with the challenge: how do I create certain textures with buttercream? Can I find a mold to  do it? I’ve also noticed gold is making a comeback. Metallic gold, either painted, or in the ribbons, or flowers or other decorations.

Any final advice for your fellow cake decorators?

I tell new decorators all the time: “Don’t be afraid to step outside your comfort zone.” You’re never going to grow if you don’t try new things. I’ve had to do it many times. People have come to me with cake ideas and when I looked at them I was a little terrified inside because I’d never done it before. But I always tell them, “Oh, yeah, I’ll do that. ” And I figured it out, because that’s how you grow. If you don’t try, you’re never going to know.

For this wedding cake, the couple wanted a sweetheart theme. The pink, orange and white colors created a light-hearted, fun kind of thing. The bride also wanted cherry blossoms on it. She gave me a bit of direction and then I went with it.

This black lab is a groom’s dog, and he loves his dog. He decided he wanted this as his groom’s cake so I had to build it. It’s made out of brownies, and the nose is made out of cereal treats.

Are you interested in being featured as a Guest Cake Decorator? Submit your designs for your chance to shine! 

Tools and accessories for decorating cakes

To decorate a cake beautifully, you do not have to be a professional pastry chef. There are special tools and accessories for decorating cakes, with which even a beginner can decorate pastries beautifully and quite professionally. So let’s get to know them.

Pastry bags and attachments

Pastry bag

Making a cake with a piping bag is a snap if you have the necessary attachments on hand.If you only knew what masterpieces you can create with these simple objects! Pastry bags are reusable and disposable. The latter are good in that they do not have to be washed after use and stored somewhere. Pastry bag tips come in a variety of sizes and shapes. Each nib is numbered to tell the confectioner what it is for. A special clip allows you to change the tips during operation, depending on the type of decoration. Nozzles in the form of a leaf, a flower or a drop are designed to decorate floral elements; there are examples for the production of various types of inscriptions.To be able to design a cake according to your fantasies, stock up on a pastry bag and all the other tools you need to work with it in advance.

Rotating cake table

Anyone who wants to professionally decorate pastries needs a rotating table. This tool allows you to evenly apply cream and decorations to large baked goods. A small table, or, as it is called, “lazy Suzanne”, is quite suitable for decorating a single-tiered cake.If the cake has two or more tiers, you will need a professional large rotating table to decorate it. There are different designs of such tables. You can always choose the one that suits you best.

Cardboard for packaging the cake

To make the base of the cake stable, special durable cardboard is used for packaging. This allows you to move or transport the cake to where it is needed. There are all sorts of different forms of similar cardboard for cakes: oval, round, square, rectangular, triangular, hexagonal, heart-shaped and many, many others.Depending on the size of the cake, cardboard blanks can be of different widths and depths. If they are made of paper with a golden or silvery hue, they complement the appearance of the confection very well.

Cake spatula

Cake spatula

The cake spatula has the shape of a palette knife and is intended for spreading cream and glaze over the surface of the cake. The shoulder blades are usually small and very thin. As a rule, they are made of stainless steel. They are easy to use and even beginners have no difficulty in working with them.Such paddles can also be used when it is necessary to remove the cake from the mold. The wider wedge-shaped paddles can be used to lay the cut cake pieces onto the plates. Specialty stores sell shovels of various shapes. You can try different types at work until you find the right one.

Serrated knives

The serrated knife can be used to easily cut the cake into two equal halves without causing any harm. These knives are especially suitable for very soft biscuits and large birthday cakes.The cut pieces are very neat and beautiful. But cheesecakes are best cut with an ordinary knife. The serrated knife should be slightly warmed up before use. You can also cut chocolate with this knife to make chocolate chips.

Bakeware

Bakeware

The first step in decorating a cake is choosing a baking dish. The nature of the final product design also depends on its appearance and style. Heart-shaped, round, oval and square shapes are very popular for baking.They can be either metal or silicone. As for the latter, they do not hold the shape of the cake during preparation, therefore they are not suitable for baking birthday cakes. The best forms are metal with straight high walls. They allow not only to maintain the shape of the cake, but also to distribute the dough evenly.

… and other pastry tools

Other tools can be used to decorate pastries. For example, a rolling pin without a handle can be used to level the fondant.However, a rolling pin with handles will do for this.

A chopper knife can be used to cut fondant or soft caramel. Special tools exist for working with mastic. With their help, you can shape the leaves and flower petals in such a way as to give them the most realistic look.

The baking brush is used to coat products with colored gel or glaze. Use the same brush to apply powdered sugar to cupcakes.

If you want to have all the necessary tools and accessories for decorating cakes in your kitchen, it is better to purchase them in a set.In the course of experimenting with them, you will understand how they work and will better know what types of work they are intended for. Now you can easily decorate any cake the way you want.

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Baking Accessories and Cake Decorating

What do you need to bake a cake?

Whether its for a special occasion or you just want to make something to satisfy your sweet tooth, you might enjoy baking goodies.Baking is easy if you have everything you need. To bake a cake, you will need the following:

  • Recipes
  • Ingredients like dough, butter, etc.
  • Oven
  • Mixing bowl
  • Whisk
  • Oven mitt
  • Kitchen timer
  • Circular or square pan

If youre making cupcakes instead, youll need all of the ingredients above. But, instead of a square or circle pan, youll need a cupcake pan.

What cooking accessories are needed to bake homemade cookies?

If you havent baked before, you might not realize how different it is from other types of cooking.If youre gathering accessories to make a dozen chocolate chips, youll need the following tools:

  • Rolling pin
  • Cookie cutter
  • Recipe
  • Pastry tools
  • Ingredients
  • Oven
  • Spatula
  • Oven tray

What baking accessory materials can be used in the oven?

Baking utensils, also known as bakeware, that can be used in the oven should be safe for food and made with non-melting materials.A general rule is if you can use it on the stovetop of an oven, it should be safe to use in the oven. The only exception to the rule is if the handle of a utensil is made of a different material. Several oven-safe materials are:

  • Metal – Metal tools must be made of non-reactive metals such as stainless steel. If the dishes and tools are not made of non-reactive metals, its imperative that the metal pan is properly coated.
  • Ceramic – Its important to be careful with any glazed ceramic baking tools.Before using an unglazed ceramic piece in the oven, its important to make sure its safe for use in an oven.
  • Glass – Most glass baking tools are safe for use in an oven. But, you must be careful not to subject glass dishes to temperature shocks. If youre unsure whether a glass dish is safe to use in the oven, you can check to see if the manufacturer deemed it oven-safe.
  • Silicone – Food-grade silicone baking dishes and tools are nearly indestructible.

What tools do you need for decorating baked goods?

If youre interested in using frosting to personalize your creations, youll need pastry tools including a scraper, cutter, and cookie scoop. These items are used to write on baked goods, add embellishments or other interesting details that can personalize an ordinary chocolate cake with frosting. Accessories used to decorate goodies can be purchased as one-time use or more permanent options that can be reused over and over.

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Making a cake, baking cookies or making a creamy muffin hat is more than a hobby for many of us, and we can do it at home in our own kitchen. But what does it take to bake delicious cakes? Of course, the necessary ingredients are sugar, flour, baking powder and eggs. In addition, you need all kinds of baking tools.

It doesn’t matter what you decide to bake and what was the reason for it.Cakes, tarts, muffins, buns or biscuits – all of this will surely turn out incredibly delicious . But for different holidays it is customary to cook different confectionery products. For example, for New Years or Christmas, you can bake cinnamon biscuits, and light fruit cakes in the summer or for a birthday. But for our kitchen experiments to be successful, we need quality utensils to help us cope with the culinary challenges we face along the way.

Tins for baking cakes and cookie cutters

If you do not want to bake shapeless cookies, but surprise your family with interesting and intricate figures, then baking tins will come in handy here.They are, perhaps, the most important and popular device in the kitchen of any housewife. Rectangular baking sheet, paper or silicone molds for muffins and muffins, detachable round shape – the choice of dishes depends on what you are planning to bake.

Baking accessories and other small kitchen helpers

Not only bakeware we need for gastronomic exploration. How to bake a delicious and beautiful cake if you don’t have a measuring cup, rolling pin, icing brush and a tube for food coloring? All these “accessories” for baking are important, and without them it is impossible to imagine this process.

Boxes and packages

Do you want to present your loved ones with homemade pastries? It can be packed in adorable little boxes to make the cakes look particularly beautiful . These boxes can be bought along with other bakery accessories, because all baked goods look especially delicious and complete when they are “tasty” placed on a multi-storey dish or packed in a cute box. Packages with a small transparent window look especially cute, so that you can immediately see these goodies, and your appetite was played out in advance.

Baking accessories – functionality and style

Practical or Beautiful? What should be the confectionery tools? Why “or”? Can’t baking accessories be both beautiful and functional at the same time? They can! Cooking utensils are playing an increasing role in the preparation of food and in the baking of pastries. And yet it looks great. Manufacturers do not cease to pamper us with various shapes, colorful and unexpected designs, all kinds of new developments so that our culinary delights are not only given to us easier, but also look much more beautiful!

We complete accessories for baking

Inspired by the art of confectionery, hostesses will need some modern gadgets in the process of creating delicious masterpieces. Manufacturers of confectionery tools are constantly expanding the range of gadgets they offer, with which you can create various goodies easily and creatively. But the basic set of baking accessories remains unchanged.

The pan will be needed at different stages of baking: in the process of kneading the dough, for whipping individual ingredients, for building a water bath, for cooking syrups and other operations. It is good if the complete set of baking accessories will have several of its own pots that are not used for cooking other dishes.

Different types of dough require different pots.

A saucepan with a flat, thick bottom and smooth sides is needed for yeast dough. This shape of the pan will not interfere with the fermentation process and increase the volume of the dough. From it, the dough can be easily transferred to a baking sheet or cutting board. If there is no deep fryer in the kitchen, then such a pan will successfully replace it for frying pies or donuts. If the decor of such a pan allows you to put it in the oven, then some types of baked goods can be baked in it.

A casserole dish is required for whipping biscuit dough, cream or cream.

A variety of bowls are also suitable for kneading dough. For whipping egg whites and making biscuit dough, it is better to use a stainless steel bowl; for other types of dough, making cream, glaze, plastic products will also be good if the cooking process does not involve heating.

  • Beaters.

It can be an electric mixer, a blender, a food processor with a dough function.Many housewives prefer to use mechanical whisks when it comes to a quick cake dough.

  • Volumetric dishes, scales, food thermometer with dipstick

Baking accessories must include measuring utensils and instruments. Manufacturers offer whole sets of beautiful original volumetric dishes: cups, spoons. Such a measuring kit can become not only a functional aid, but also an element of the kitchen decor. Kitchen scales are mechanical and electronic.A wide selection of models will allow the hostess to choose an option that suits her in all respects: style solution, accuracy of indicators, compactness of the product.

  • Sieve for sifting starch, cocoa powder, flour.

Various sieve options are offered: round classic of various diameters, original in the form of a measuring cup, a small sieve with a convenient handle, some models are equipped with a stand. This tool is also useful for filtering batter, cream, jam, grinding cottage cheese, jam, jam from lumps and unwanted impurities.Baking utensils should include the sifting and filtering options you need to prepare your baked goods.

  • Parchment paper for baking, foil, cling film.

Without these consumables, it is difficult to imagine the modern process of making homemade baked goods. Although our mothers and grandmothers did without them or replaced them with scrap materials.

  • Rolling pin for rolling out dough, mastic.

A modern gadget, a silicone rolling pin, is trying to win a place in the kitchen cabinets of housewives all over the world, but the wooden representatives of this tool are in no hurry to leave there. There is no definite conclusion which one is better. Each hostess has her own opinion on this matter.

  • Special round pizza knife

It is good for them to cut not only ready-made pizza, but also to cut the dough, smooth the edges of the pie before baking, get rid of excess mastic.

  • Brush set

They are necessary for greasing the molds with butter before placing the dough into it, for coating the product with syrup, ghee, beaten egg to obtain a beautiful golden brown crust. Brushes are available with natural bristles and silicone. Experienced chefs still cannot come to an unambiguous conclusion which one is better. Probably, it’s all about habit and personal addiction.

  • Grids or cutting boards for cooling cake layers

Various planks and gratings are available.The only recommended rule is to use the baking fixture only. Thus, you will protect yourself from the appearance of extraneous odors and tastes on freshly baked cakes.

  • Bakeware

The offered variety of products in this category allows you to create a whole collection of models in which you can bake your favorite products.

  • String knife for dough products or knife with a long thin blade.

Such tools are necessary in order to cut the finished biscuit cake into even layers.

  • Silicone spatula for mixing dough and cream ingredients.

It very conveniently and thoroughly collects the remnants of dough or cream from the walls of the dishes, smoothes the sides of the cake after applying the cream.

  • Cutting board or dough mat

Practical tool that allows you to work with thick dough.

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