Urban Loft LivingContemporary Kitchen, Salt Lake City
Some of our great storage solutions have holiday cooking written all over them! You can conveniently store cookie cutters in a shallow roll-out drawer above your mixing bowls in one deep drawer. Year round you can open to just the deep drawer with your mixing bowls and around cookie baking season pull out the roll-out. Now you don’t have to worry about your favorite cookie cutter getting lost in a pile of your baking utensils.
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3. Sort and edit accessoriesNext, find a large space to spread out, gather all your baking accessories together and sort them into categories. These categories might include measuring items, mixing bowls, baking trays, cake tins, decorating tools and appliances. Once all the items have been sorted, sift through each category, removing unused items and duplicates. Complete one category before advancing to another.
6. Roll-out drawerPlan for a small roll-out drawer within your cabinet design. Use narrow drawers such as this for storing cookie cutters and measuring spoons.
8. Bake up a stormWinter is the perfect time to don your apron and bake hot and scrumptious treats. Whether your tastebuds yearn for fresh homemade bread, pizza, biscuits, muffins or cakes, you’ll end up with a house that’s warm from the oven heat and a pantry full of tasty snacks for the family to enjoy.Boost your baking experience with these tips.