21 Adorable Easter Baking Supplies
Whether you're doing the holiday baking or you need a simple hostess gift, consider these fun, seasonal Easter baking supplies that are ideal for home chefs.
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Lamb Cake Pan
For many, Easter would not be complete without a lamb cake. To make one of these nostalgic cakes yourself, you definitely need to invest in a lamb mold. Our Test Kitchen loves this lamb cake pan from Nordic Ware. Once the baking is done, you can have fun decorating this cake with frosting, shredded coconut, jelly beans and more. It has family tradition written all over it!
Embossed Easter Rolling Pin
Want wow-worthy cookies? This embossed rolling pin from Etsy gets the job done. Just roll it over your favorite cookie dough (or pie pastry), and the whimsical bunny print transfers with ease.
Lemon is one of spring’s brightest stars. And while we love making our own lemon curd, this shortcut from Beth’s Farm Kitchen is just as sweet. It’s made with just four ingredients: sugar, eggs, lemon and butter. Pick up a jar at Hive, then pair it with cheesecake, meringue shells and more.
While the oven is the star of any baker’s kitchen, the stovetop plays an important supporting role. And this stunning saucepan from Caraway Cookware is the perfect size for melting butter, mixing up choux pastry and prepping silky smooth custards. Plus, it’s available in six spring-forward colors.
Baby Bunny Cake Pan
If you’ve already made a lamb cake before (or just prefer rabbits for your Easter spread), grab this mini Nordic Ware bunny cake pan. With this cakelet pan, you can produce single-serve cakes that are (almost) too cute to eat. This mold works great with pound cake recipes, so start picking your recipes today so you’re prepped come Eastertime!
Jadeite Salt Cellar
Pretty, meet practical. Not only does this jadeite hen salt cellar from Martha Stewart look amazing on your countertop, but it makes grabbing a pinch of salt for your favorite brownie recipe a breeze. See why one editor loves her salt cellar.
Easter Cookie Cutters
Cutout cookies aren’t just for Christmas! With these Easter cookie cutters from Williams-Sonoma, you can make festive spring cookies to celebrate the season. These versatile cutout cookie recipes are perfect for the Easter holiday—particularly these Melt-in-Your-Mouth Lemon Cutouts.
Spring Sprinkles Mix
Done baking your cutout cookies? Keep festive with pastel frosting and Easter sprinkles. A quick shake of these seasonal jimmies from Fancy Sprinkles is all you need to transform a basic bake—be it cookies, cake or even a fudgy pan of brownies—into a treat every Easter bunny will love.
Personalized Baking Tin
Whether you’re putting together treats for an Easter basket or packing up a cake for Easter dinner, this personalized tin from Etsy is a sweet way to show off your skills. Opt for either a medium or large tin in two color options, then add a personalized message.
Floral Mixing Bowls
Use these melamine floral bowls from The Pioneer Woman to mix up your favorite sweet recipe or to serve up delicious sides on your Easter table. These are just so pretty and practical, we won’t blame you if you use them all year ’round.
It’s the inevitable part of baking: cleanup! Make it a little less painful (and way more colorful) with a Swedish dishcloth from Etsy. This daffodil-printed design is highly absorbent and much more sustainable than a roll of paper towels. Get the full scoop on Swedish dishcloths here.
Cordless Hand Mixer
Have you seen KitchenAid’s line of cordless electrics yet? These handy appliances keep a charge for batch after batch of cookies. If you’re in the market for a new hand mixer, we definitely recommend this convenient option (never worry about that cord not reaching the outlet again!). And when it comes to colors, we love the Blue Velvet hue. It’s mellow and fresh—perfect for the Easter season and beyond.
When you’re baking, every last drop of batter counts. And Taste of Home’s silicone spatula is up for even the toughest baking tasks. Plus, the sea green color is perfect for spring.
Bunny Tea Towels
The simplest way to give your kitchen a holiday makeover is swapping out your everyday linens for seasonal options. Crate & Barrel’s bunny tea towels are perfect for draping over your oven door handle or lining your bread basket for Easter dinner.
Trying fuss-free baking for Easter? You can still make easy bakes—like this 13×9 carrot cake—look festive by swapping your go-to metal pans with a pastel version. This set from Wilton—which includes a loaf pan, round pan, cookie sheets, muffin tin and more—is the perfect shade of robin’s egg for springtime.
Pretty Pink Apron
When you bake, it’s important to get yourself into the swing of the season—not just your bakes. A fresh apron in a pretty pastel hue is a great way to make it feel like warm days are ahead. This rose-colored apron from Hedley & Bennett is great for whipping up everything Easter in your kitchen. We love that the chest pocket is the perfect size for your phone so you can be ready to check a recipe, do a little math or even call Mom if you’re in a pinch.
Vanila Bean Paste
Quality vanilla is the one ingredient that takes your baked goods from “good” to “great.” And this Nielsen-Massey pure vanilla paste, available at Hive, is at the top of its class. See why our Test Kitchen loves their vanilla extract, too.
Flower Piping Tips
There’s no better way to top off a batch of spring cupcakes than with some gorgeous floral decorations. Think pretty piped flowers are only for the pros? Think again! These piping tips from Amazon make creating frosting flowers simple. Just one tip is all you need to create roses, hyacinths, succulents and more.
Peter Rabbit Oven Mitt Set
No matter what’s on your to-bake list this spring, make it feel extra seasonal with a Peter Rabbit oven mitt set from Williams-Sonoma. Both the mitt and potholder protect your hands and surfaces from the heat—and they look adorable doing it! This pattern is also available on aprons, towels and spatulas, too.