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6 Things You Need To Bake Your Cake (And Eat It Too!)

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6 Things You Need To Bake Your Cake (And Eat It Too!)

Let the baking begin!

So you've decided that store-bought cakes are highly overrated and you could, in fact, do the same or an even better job at home. We applaud you for it because one, baking isn't as hard as it is thought out to be and two, it really is possible to bake high quality cakes that are even better than ones you buy from the nearby bakery. You've got flour, vanilla extract and other ingredients ready but do you have the key baking tools to put them all together? If you don't, add these 6 picks to your shopping list before you begin baking.

(Also Read: 6 Gluten Free Ways To Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth)

The AmazonBasics Cake Pan is a set of 2 round carbon steel non-stick cake pans with handles on either side.

The Happy Chef Palette Knife is the perfect choice for cake toppings and frostings as it has a flat stainless-steel body to smoothen bumps and dents easily.

The Taluka Measuring Set includes 4 different sized spoons to add specific portions to your recipe. It's an essential, not just for baking but in the kitchen as well.

The Syga Wire Rack is important once your cake pops out of the oven. The non-stick wire rack elevates the cake and allows it to ventilate from all sides, even from beneath. It can also be used as a stand when frosting cakes with liquid toppings.

The Morphy Richards Stand Mixer will change your mind completely about mixing ingredients by hand. It has six pre-programmed settings, six controls for the speed and three attachments to beat, whisk and knead. Once you try this, there's no going back.

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The Oddy Parchment Paper may not seem like much but is a crucial accessory when baking. Before adding batter in the tin, line it with this to prevent sticking and get a smooth finish. It is also used to pack food when heating and storing.

Finally, serve your cake in the MyGift Cloche. The clear acrylic platter has a cover with a handle to display your baked goods in style.

For more such baking tools, shop here.

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Now, get your hands dirty and start baking.

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