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    Just 26 Things For People Who Really Love Bread

    Let's get this bread.

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    1. A non-stick loaf pan for anyone with big baking plans involving gluten-free lemon poppy seed loaves, two-ingredient pumpkin bread, or God's gift to this undeserving earth — chocolate chip banana bread.

    amazon.com

    Get it from Amazon $8.39.

    2. A foldable bamboo bread slicer designed to store away compactly on the rare occasions when there is not bread to slice.

    amazon.com, Amazon

    Promising review: "I love this thing! I have recently started making bread loaves, but I didn't like that my slices were either too thin or too thick, and not straight. It allows me to make my slices nice and even. I would recommended getting an electric knife which will also ease the process. Overall, very satisfied and would definitely buy again." —Baldo C.

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99 (two sizes).

    3. And a stainless-steel serrated bread knife so you can maybe stop eating fistfuls of warm bread as soon as it pops out of the bread machine and finally commit to the slice life, but you know, do you.

    Amazon

    Promising review: "I'm really happy with this knife. I bought it for my bread maker bread. Very pleased. It cuts through easily and I don't have to push down too hard on the bread which can just squash your new loaf! Sellers even checked in to make sure I was happy with it via email. You don't get that great customer service that often these days and I really appreciate it. Five stars and a thumbs up on this knife. I highly recommend." —Kindle Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $12.87.

    4. A pair of peanut butter and jelly hair clips who are begging for a meet cute in a bakery that starts with a qt saying "wow I love your hair clips" — make it happen people!

    Etsy

    Get them All Dolled Up By Em from on Etsy for $16.

    5. A 100% cotton dish towel as serious about bread as you are. Buy it, roll your dough, bake the bread, clean the counter, repeat.

    amazon.com

    Get it from Amazon for $12.99.

    6. An actual NY bagel subscription that'll deliver delicious, fresh NY bagels anywhere in the US on a weekly or monthly basis. Yeah, you're welcome.

    Cratejoy

    What you get: premium and delicious New York bagels to your door — choose your flavors, how many bagels you want, and either a weekly or monthly subscription; which you can cancel at any time!

    Promising review: "These bagels are DELICIOUS. They were shipped super-quickly all the way out to Texas and were fresh and delicious. I got sesame bagels and plain bagels this month, but I'm already looking forward to picking new bagel flavors for next month!" —Emily

    Get it from Cratejoy for $23.95+ a week or per month, the choice is yours.

    7. A cute retro toaster with extra large slots so you can get to toasting and buttering those bagels in the cutest way possible.

    Amazon

    Features: lighted control buttons with bagel, defrost, and cancel options,

    five browning levels to adjust to preferred doneness, cord storage in bottom of unit, slide-out crumb tray for easy cleanup

    Promising review: "This toaster not only looks great (especially next to the Nostalgia coffee maker) but it works great too. I highly recommend it." —MARKAY MULL

    Get it from Amazon for $33.60.

    8. And a pair of bagel earrings I would honestly die for, as should anyone out to ~proof~ their bagel love. Okay I'm done.

    Etsy

    Get it from Shiny Stuff Creations on Etsy for $10.48.

    9. A butter cap made to keep butter safe and fresh, so it tastes even better on bread. This is the only cap on butter you need in your life.

    Amazon

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99.

    10. A slow-rising bread squishy (on the left) who shall *rise* to the occasion when you just...need a loaf to squeeze. It is also extra toasty in appearance as compared to lesser squishy as you can see, left vs. right.

    amazon.com

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    11. A bread machine featuring a gluten-free setting and a non-stick, dishwasher-safe bread pan that locks into place. I may or may not have trusted this very model to bake and eat more bread than anyone should ever eat in my own life, who knows.

    Amazon, amazon.com

    Features: French bread setting, quick bread (no yeast) setting, sweet bread setting, 1.5-lb express, 2-lb express, dough, jam, cake, whole grain and bake settings. There is an audible reminder for adding fruits and nuts, and this machine has a gluten-free setting,

    Promising review: "I bought this bread machine to replace an older, much more expensive, model from another brand. I just love how the bread pan locks into place. My old machine got to a point where the pan would pop up and the bread dough wouldn't knead. I had to keep pushing it back into place. But this Hamilton machine works great! It's easy to use and, once I have added my ingredients, takes care of itself. I'm extremely happy with it!" —Cynthia Polansky

    Get it from Amazon for $56.31.

    12. And a bread machine cookbook ready to be your guide into the wonderful world of homemade breads, sandwich loaves, zucchini breads, and more!

    amazon.com, Amazon

    Promising review: "I usually use cookbooks as inspiration and suggestion, but when it comes to the mysterious bread machine, I need a little more guidance. This book provides enough substantial background that I can read several recipes and venture into a little experimentation. But who needs to do that when the recipes are so great to begin with?! A few of them if made in the 2-pound size result in a bread that overflows my Cuisinart bread machine, but a penciled note in the margin reminds me not to do that again. This is everything a bread machine cookbook ought to be!" —Cindy Rinaman Marsch

    Get it from Amazon for $15.79.

    13. A proof basket set so you can stop loafing around and made some seriously delicious sourdough bread with ease.

    Amazon

    Set includes: proofing basket, basket liner, dough scraper, and a linen cloth bag

    Promising review: "I bought two of these baskets. I had been using colanders and towels for proofing my sourdough bread. It was always a gamble whether or not the dough would separate nicely from the towels. These baskets make that no longer a gamble. The dough falls easily away from the liner and into a hot pan. If you are into bread-baking, these are a great investment." —Gretchen Jennings

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99+ (two sizes).

    14. A butt-kicking Kitchen Aid mixer that's totally worth all the *dough.* This workhorse will knead the heck out of loaves, and whip up pastries and sweet breads in no time at all.

    Amazon, amazon.com

    Features: 4.5-quart stainless steel bowl; direct drive transmission, 10-speed settings, soft start, tilt-head design; includes coated flat beater, coated dough hook, and wire whip.

    Promising review: "I have always wanted a KitchenAid mixer but never wanted to pay the price for one. When I saw this one on sale for quite a good sale price, decided to buy it. Couldn't be happier. Have already made cakes, bread, brownies, etc., and this mixer worked like a dream. While it was doing the work mixing, I could prep other things. Didn't have to stand there with a hand mixer. I cannot believe that I waited so long to get one." —clw

    Get it from Amazon $189.99 (two colors).

    15. A set of four cute kitchen magnets for anyone who needs a good magnet to hang their plans to get this bread on the fridge.

    Etsy

    Get them from Sparkle Studio 123 on Etsy for $4.71.

    16. A terra cotta bread warmer to warm up in the oven and then place in a cloth-lined bread basket for warm dinner rolls!

    Sur La Table

    Get it from Sur La Table for $7.95.

    17. A pack of two non-stick muffin tins and a cooling rack that are the ~yeast~ you can do when trying to make these scrumptious creamed-cheese filled banana bread muffins 👀.

    Walmart, Tasty

    Give those muffins a good home.

    Get them from the Tasty collection at Walmart: the two-pack of muffin tins for $12.22 and the cooling rack for $8.87

    18. An adorable chocolate bread squishy you'll knead all you want to as you wait with anxiety for your cranberry walnut loaf (with maybe way too many cranberries?!?) to finish baking.

    amazon.com

    Get it from Amazon $7.99.

    19. A Panera Bread gift card because everyone knows the best way to woo your crush this holiday season is to give them lots of ~flours.~

    Amazon

    Get it from Amazon for $25+.

    20. A non-slip five quart mixing prep bowl with a built-grater so making sticky bun batter and other yummy creations is easier than ever.

    Macy's, Tasty

    Get the sticky bun recipe from Tasty and get the bowl from BuzzFeed's Goodful line, exclusively at Macy's for $29.99.

    21. A personalized bread board (cut from acacia wood) for anyone whose entire family adores bread.

    Eve's Addiction

    Get it from Eve's Addiction for $38.

    22. A super soft bread slice pillow to scream into when you're completely overwhelmed by how little bread you actually have in your life vs. how much bread you *knead.*

    Amazon

    Get it from Amazon for $13.99.

    23. A gorgeous, roomy bread box that'll cost way less than your rent but still fit everything you need for the month — two loaves of bread and with plenty of space for bagels and small pastries!

    Amazon

    Promising review: "Absolutely love this bread box! Just had our pantry remodeled and was looking for a cute bread box to sit on the counter top. The color is exactly as expected and the size is much larger than expected. We can easily fit a loaf of bread and additional items all in the box at once. The quality appears to be great, and it keeps the mess off the countertop" —Kristina

    Get it from Amazon for $28.99.

    24. An English muffin bread variety package so you can choose to have blueberry, sourdough, and cinnamon raisin English muffin bread all in one package — the dream.

    Wolfermans

    Promising review: "We enjoyed the wonderful English Muffins we ordered for Christmas. Fresh and tasteful! Highly recommend. The cherry and cranberry-citrus were great! Especially impressed with the signature ones." —Jim

    Get them from Wolfermans for $21.99.

    25. A round bread banneton to add a pretty coil pattern to all the homemade loaves in your future.

    Sur La Table

    Get it from Sur La Table for $29.95+ (two sizes).

    26. And a box of gourmet fruit preserves and butters you'll want to spread on every slice of bread you can find.

    Harry And David

    Set includes: strawberry preserves, blood orange marmalade, Oregon marionberry conserves, and sweet tart cherry butter

    Promising review: "I gave these as a gift to friends who could not eat dairy. They were very excited upon receiving them, and were eager to try new varieties. They found the cherry fruit butter very intriguing. These are a great alternative to whole fruit or heavy chocolates, which, delicious as they are, variety is a good thing too." —ALM

    Get it from Harry And David for $39.99.

    Carb me up, Scotty.

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