October 24, 2007
We received these silicone baking cups from Le Creuset to try out. My daughter was very excited because cupcakes are her favorite thing. The great thing about them is you can make cupcakes without having to have a muffin pan, which is one less pan in your drawer. Also, of course, being silicone, the cupcake or muffin doesn't stick to the side. The cups are very flexible, which makes it easy to pull it off the cupcake, but it does make it harder to put the batter in the cups without them moving around. It comes in a set of six cups.
At Le Creuset 6 Set of Silicone Baking Cups
October 18, 2007
If you are anal about the shape of your cookies, this cookie cutters will help you make perfectly round cookies. The set has five different sizes that snap together for storage.
At Cookie Cutters
October 11, 2007
A baked donut? This pan allows you to make a lower-fat baked donut as opposed to a fried donut. I'm not sure of the point, but if you are watching your weight and really love donuts, this pan could be the answer. It is made of heavy gauge steel and coated with a nonstick coating. A recipe is included.
At Kaiser Bakeware Classic Donut Pan
October 4, 2007
This is an alternative to cookie cutters. This Halloween cookie press set comes with one cat stamp, one bat stamp, one pumpkin stamp, and one spider web stamp. The stamps are made of natural terracotta.
At Halloween Critters Cookie Press (set of 4)
September 25, 2007
I love a crusty French bread. This heavy-gauge steel pan makes two loaves of French bread. The perforations in the curved holders promote a crisp crust and even browning. In addition, the pan has a nonstick surface.
At Chicago Metallic Professional Non-Stick Perforated French Bread Pan
September 18, 2007
Is there anything better than bread fresh from the oven? Yum. This unglazed stoneware baguette baker captures the moisture of the bread dough and simulates a steamy brick oven. The pan can also be used for meat and fish.
At La Cloche Baguette Baker
September 11, 2007
Make Halloween cookies that stand up with these 3-D cookie cutters. Made from plastic, the cookie cutters come in the shape of a ghost, witch, black cat, scarecrow, haunted house, and jack-o-lantern.
At 3-D Halloween Cookie Cutters
September 6, 2007
I'm not sure how good this would be as a rolling pin, but the idea is a good one. It doubles as a storage bin for cookie cutters. The rolling pin comes with nine cookie cutters in the shape of a star, a bunny rabbit, a heart, a duck, a boy, a girl, a butterfly, and a shamrock. You need to fill the rolling pin with ice to keep it from sticking to the dough.
At Roll & Store Pin
August 16, 2007
I want this for my birthday cake! This nonstick aluminum cake pan allows you to make a cake in the shape of a giant cupcake. It is 8¾" x 15¾" x 10¼".
At Wilton Giant Cupcake Cake Pan
July 16, 2007
This is a great idea. The edges of brownies are always the best. This pan allows you to have a pan full of brownie edges. The sidewalls are made from cast aluminum to distribute heat evenly to every serving, supposedly resulting in fewer undercooked middles and burned edges. You can also use it for chewy cookie bars, zucchini bread, cornbread, cereal bars, baked macaroni and cheese, casseroles, bread puddings, and layered dishes like lasagne.
At Baker's Edge - Edge Brownie Pan