TOOLS I RECOMMEND
I’ve realized that high-quality kitchen tools can save you a lot of time and effort when it comes to cooking or baking.
These are some of the kitchen products that I recommend – while some of these items are more expensive than other items in their category, they are worth it. I hope you find these suggestions useful!
For making fruit juices, nut milks, nut flours or nut butters.
My blender is the one thing I use almost everytime I’m in the kitchen.
For making noodles out of vegetables!
Since starting a grain-free and low-carb diet, I’ve loved recipes with vegetable noodles, which usually make a quick, healthy option compared to eating noodles made from wheat or rice.
I love my Kuhn Rikon julienne peeler so much, it’s probably one of my best kitchen investments, after the blender!
For amazing non-stick results when baking!
I use a silpat (silicon baking mat) almost all the time when I bake, because compared to using baking paper (or parchment paper), the baked goods never ever stick to a silpat.
The best part of using a silpat?
You can wash and re-use it over and over again! No more paper wasted!!
4. LOAF PAN
For all those lovely quick breads & cakes!
I make quick breads and cakes so often that I’ve grown extremely fond of my loaf pan.
I promise you that if you love baking, it’s definitely worth every penny to invest in a good-quality non-stick loaf pan – one that you can use over and over again, and that will last you years of baking!
5. WEIGHING SCALE
For precise measurement of ingredients
Baked goods call for precise measurements, and having a trusty digital weighing scale can help to make sure the recipes work out when you’re given imperial measures.
My friend Mechi swears by this electronic weighing scale and she loves it so much! You might love it too!
6. FINE-MESH SIEVE
For sifting dry ingredients when baking
A fine-mesh sieve is fundamental when baking.
And if you’re into making homemade almond meal or other homemade nut meals like I am, I definitely recommend that you invest in a good sieve.
This particular sieve comes in three different sizes for your different baking needs!
7. CAST IRON SKILLET
For scones, gravies & everything in between!
A cast iron skillet is probably one of the most versatile kitchen tools ever created.
You can use it on the stovetop and also in the oven, which makes it very convenient and which also means you’ll have less washing up to do!
Hip hip hurray!
8. DONUT PAN
For making donuts & bagels, of course!
A donut pan is great for making donuts of course!
Baked donuts are so much healthier than fried ones, and this non-stick donut pan can be used for baking donuts as well as making bagels too!
Check out my recipe for grain-free bagels.
9. SILICON SPATULA
For ease of scraping batter!
When you bake a lot, you’ll understand the importance of having a good-quality silicon spatula to scrape the batter from the mixing bowl into the baking pan.
A good silicon spatula can be used at high temperatures without damage, and will last you a very long time!
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