Icing on the cake: 8 best gifts for bakers

Need a gift for your favourite baker? Here's our rundown of the presents sure to earn you a lifelong supply of cake

Baking is no longer only a pastime of children in food tech classes and our grandmothers. From Carrie Bradshaw’s Magnolia Bakery cupcakes to the Great British Bake Off, baking has seen something of a revival over the last few years.

Now, budding bakers up and down the country are spending their weekends whipping up batches of scones and agonising over the perfect macaron. But if there’s one thing that your favourite baker loves more than cake, it’s adding to their collection of whisks, piping bags and silicone moulds.

From a personalised ‘baked with love’ stamp to a humorous apron, we’ve put together eight great gift ideas for your favourite baker.

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Verdict

If you’re after something useful and a little bit special for your favourite baker, Cath Kidston’s Painterly Rose Mixing Bowl makes a great gift, but if you want to buy someone’s undying love (and a lifelong supply of cake), a KitchenAid is the way to go.

Buy now

1. Fridge Jotter, £8.50

2. Painterly Rose Mixing Bowl, £25

3. Set of 3 Cake Tins, £30

4. Kitchen Aid, £429

5. Green and Co. Happiness Cake Apron, £20

6. Tala Icing Bag Set, £11.99

7. Baked With Love Rolling Pin Rubber Stamp, £14.75

8. Jamie Oliver Big Cookie Jar Set, £18

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