Disclosure: I received free product samples for review in my Holiday Gift Guide. All experiences and opinions are my own. Yours may differ.
I love having a kitchen stocked with useful tools. It is easier to bake cookies on a cookie sheet than it would be in a 9×13 pan. You can’t make muffins without a muffin tins. There are certain tools you need in order to get a specific result. The Love Cooking Company carries some fantastic kitchen tools that I wouldn’t consider vital, but they make baking treats really fun and in some cases, save time! If you have a baker on your Christmas list, these would make a great gift! Here are a few of the items I received in order to showcase this marvelous company.
Every so often, but especially now that it is the holiday season, I have to take treats somewhere. Whether it is to a school party, a friend’s house or a church function, transporting treats can be tricky – especially if they are decorated! When I take the time to decorate a cookie, the last thing I want to have happen is them to get squished or messed up. The Baker’s Sto ‘n Go Dessert Carrier is super handy! I love it because it includes 3 trays that can be set to different heights as well as a handle for easy carrying. Also, the trays come out so if you need to transport a cake or pie you can easily slide it in and close it with the lid. I love this dessert carrier and can’t wait until the next time I need to take treats somewhere! Right now since I don’t have anywhere to take my cookies they are sitting on the trays staying fresh behind the sealed lid. Win, Win! The only downside to this carrier is that if your cookies are large, like my most recent batch of sugar cookies, you can only carry about a dozen. With smaller cookies you will be able to carry a lot!
The Cool Bake cookie rack is a genius idea! This cookie sheet features a top sheet with holes in it. Once your cookies are finished baking instead of having to transfer them to a wire rack (or a piece of wax paper if you are using my chewy cookie trick) you just take the top cooling sheet and put it on the counter. The holes in the sheet allow air to get to the cookies to cooler quicker without hassle. This is a great idea if you have multi Cool Bake sheets. Since I only have one and still had more cookies to make I did need to transfer them, but on my last batch they could sit and cool like intended!
My final product I haven’t had a chance to test out yet, but I’m very excited to do so. You know those really cute ice cream cone cupcakes? Ever wonder how that Mom made them without making a huge mess at the same time? This Cupcake Cone Pan is the solution! Each ice cream cone has its own hole to fit in. The pan keeps the cones upright so they won’t tip and spill. I foresee some very fun birthday parties with this pan! I have wanted to make cupcake cones for years but didn’t ever want to risk the mess of tipping over the cones as I put them in the oven. Now I am confident I can make some cute cupcake cones!