We love baking all year round, obviously, it’s kiiiind of what we do here. But the colder the weather gets, the more most of us are drawn to a warm and toasty kitchen. If you want to add a little structure to your winter baking goals, we highly recommend writing up a bucket list of the various recipes and techniques you want to tackle. Annnnd because we love you, we came up with a few ideas to get you started, you’re so welcome.
Stuck in a sugar cookie rut? Our Winter Treats E-Book is a collection of easy to follow Holiday recipes for unique treats like No bake Sugar Plum Truffles and Gluten Free Spiced Hot Chocolate Cookies. These kid-friendly recipes are simple enough for bakers of any level and quick enough to slot into your winter schedule without having to carve out a whole day or two.
If you’ve been wanting an excuse to start experimenting with fondant, try out our Winter Fondant Mold, which creates the perfect knit ribbed & braided fondant details for cakes and cookies that look like picture perfect sweaters, toques and mittens.
Book clubs are great, but a BAKE Book club? Delicious. We pick a new book to bake through every month and our community comes together for events like Q&A’s, challenges, live bake-a-longs, and tutorials. Join our club and link up with other baking enthusiasts around the world as we perfect pavlovas, fine-tune fritters and create cookies and cakes as a team, from the comfort of our own kitchens.
It’s easy to keep using the same tools, improvising around the ones you don’t have, but if you’re prioritizing baking this winter, why not treat yourself to a set of shiny new baking tools? If one of our bundles isn’t quite in your regular budget, throw it on your Christmas list or just heavily imply you need one anytime you’re around your richest friend! (Yes, we went there!)
We love a cozy winter hat, and giving someone you love something you made is the best! But if knitting isn’t in your skill set, a Winter Hat Cake gets the same message across. Use those new fondant skills and that Winter Fondant Mold to create absurdly good detail work and give someone the most delicious hat they’ve ever eaten.