New holiday baking gear
A few of our favorite tools to help you bake like a pro—meaning in bulk, on schedule and with delicious results!
Good news for fans of Rach's Cucina Bakeware sets: You can now get the cake pans, cookie sheets and more individually! You may want to buy a bunch anyway—in nonstick steel with silicone handles, they make it easy to bake anything. From $12, potsandpans.com
Heads up, pie people! The ceramic Flour Shaking Rolling Pin is your new BFFL. Fill with flour, shake it from the holes on the end, roll your dough, and use the built-in ruler for measuring the perfect circle. $20, uncommongoods.com
Stop gunking up your phone every time you consult a RachaelRayMag.com recipe! The Techie Apron has a zip pocket with a touch-sensitive window so you can swipe without leaving a smear. $25, greatusefulstuff.com
WEIGHTED IN YOUR FAVOR
For when you need juuuust the right amount of something, this ultra-sensitive Compact Digital Scale in cast aluminum, which measures in pounds and ounces or grams, is your go-to. And it folds into a slim bar. $30, kitcheniq.com
RECIPE FOR SUCCESS
If there's such a thing as a baking bible, the new How to Bake Everything is it. Written by Mark Bittman (you've seen his name in The New York Times), this guide offers quick and easy tips for anything you might make in the oven. $35, amazon.com
What's better than homemade cake? Homemade cupcakes filled with delicious treats! The Fillables Cake Cone Pan acts as a super-easy mold to help you make brownies or cookies you can fill with frosting or candies. $20, Baker's Advantage, bedbathandbeyond.com
This story appeared in the December 2016 issue.