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Festive Baking Accessories for the Holidays

Jolly finds to add to your kitchen and pantry this season.


Sprinkles make their way into your kitchen during the holidays—as well as every other corner of the house. Keep the decorations where they belong with these fun Holiday Sprinkle Stickers. The edible stocking and hot cocoa shapes are made with royal icing and stick to any slightly moist treat.


This 40-piece metal Christmas Cookie Cutter Set will certainly diversify your creations for a cookie swap. The cutters have deep sides that leave desserts with a defined, intact shape—so your snowman cookie will look more cool and collected and less like a melting blob.


Top tasty holiday creations with the pretty ballerinas, friendly nutcrackers, and poised soldiers in this Nutcracker Cupcake Kit. It comes packed with four of each of the six topper designs, plus a green fringed crepe paper Christmas tree and 24 shiny gold foil cupcake wrappers.


Keep the cookie dough and gingerbread-house icing off the kids’ clothes with this Darling Dinos Children’s Apron. The apron, which flaunts a herd of dinosaurs donning Santa hats and scarves, comes in two sizes suitable for kids ages four to 12. Personalize it with an embossed leather tag for no additional cost.


Before you and your kiddo sneak a bite, let your baked goods cool on this cheerful Gingerbread Cooling Rack. The non-stick steel rack is dishwasher safe and makes a chipper addition to your countertop. Keep it at home for the holidays or send it to grandma’s house for a cookie baking day.


You’ve made your goodies and now it’s time to deliver them to teachers, friends, and family. Wrap them quickly with this Holiday Packaging Gift Set. The festive kit comes with 15 yards of red and white twine, gift tags, stickers, cellophane bags, red ribbon, and boxes. There’s also a recipe for white chocolate cranberry pistachio bark, in case you need more baking inspiration.

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