From casseroles to dinner rolls, if you can bake it these wares will help you make it.
No matter whether your allegiance falls to savory or sweet, these baking tools will be welcome additions to any kitchen.
These spring-loaded piecrust cutters imprint one of four leaf patterns and cut your dough, all in one simple step. Warning:
Using them might make your pie look almost too professional.
Bram's Bean Pot doubles as a baking and serving dish.
Shop: Bram Cookware
Your love may be beyond measure, but your baking soda shouldn't be.
Shop: Beehive Kitchenware Co.
Old-fashioned, cute birds let off steam during cooking so fruit fillings won't bubble up.
Shop: Le Creuset
Handles are helpful when you’re lifting a hot pizza stone. Made in Illinois.
Shop: The Haeger Potteries
Bauer’s bright batter bowls provide a pop of California sunshine. Stir, pour, cook your pancakes!
Price: $50-$55 each
Shop: Bauer Pottery Company
More of this whimsical summery print is revealed as you serve each slice.
These ceramic bakers are downsized for smaller serving of mac & cheese or shepherd's pie. Make one, freeze one.
Ceramic bakeware that goes from oven to table with style. Nicely sized at 11 x 8 inches, too!
Shop: Emile Henry
Bringing precision to a pinch, not that that's really possible, but these weee spoons are a fun gift for any finicky cook.
Shop: The Spoon Sisters
Le Creuset's 4-quart Heritage casserole is stunning and much lighter—and less expensive—than their cast-iron pieces.
Shop: Le Creuset
Amazing technicolor nested prep bowls and measuring cup set from Joseph/Joseph.
Shop: The Conran Shop
Paula Deen's baking pans and cookie sheets come with colorful nonstick silicone liners—no need to swipe them with butter or