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This giveaway has ended. Congratulations to Megan E.! Enjoy your amazing collection of bakeware!

At the beginning of the month we started a series of gift guides with matching giveaways – all featuring products I use and love in my own kitchen.

If you’ve been following along, you’ve probably noticed each giveaway has a theme. First it was all about the Coffee Lover, then the Cook. Now we’re getting serious, folks: This gift guide and giveaway is all for The Baker in your life (and if that’s you, that’s totally cool with me!).

Each of the products featured in this gift guide are products that I use every day. I could not do what I do without the support of my KitchenAid, so I just had to pick one up on Amazon to add into the mix (pun intended). This is the exact KitchenAid that I use on a daily basis and love more than words could ever express!

If you read MBA on a regular basis, you also know that I absolutely swoon over Le Creuset, not to mention every item of clothing I own would be a hot mess if I didn’t have an Ice Milk Apron or two floating around the house.

The more I bake, the more I fall in love with all things Chicago Metallic. They’ve really set the Baker up well with the bevy of beautiful products we’ve put in this gift guide. From Bundt pans to measuring spoons, they have got you covered.

Last, but certainly not least, I’ve thrown in one of my favorite baking books – a book that is really one of the more influential in my initial baking endeavors: Dorie Greenspan’s Baking: From My Home to Yours. This book taught me and molded me into the baker I am today, and I hope she can do the same for you.

Now for the specifics:


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  4. Kirsten says:

    I absolutely love baking cookies!

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    I follow @Le Creuset on twitter

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