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17 Gifts For Anyone Who Loves Baking Cakes

You might get the best thank-you gift ever out of it: cake.

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1. A shiny copper baking set that includes all the basic prep tools you could ever need.

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The gift set includes three mixing bowls, a set of measuring cups, a whisk, and measuring spoons — it's almost $30 cheaper to buy the set than to get everything individually. Get it for $87.97 here.

2. A potholder set emblazoned with the best motto on the planet: Eat cake for breakfast.

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Get it for $35 at Kate Spade. They have other items in their cake-for-breakfast line, too, like this $20 coffee mug, and this $30 apron that has handy measurement conversions printed on the bottom hem.

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3. A rotating cake stand that makes frosting a cake 10 times easier, with a set of cake circles to go with it.

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Putting the cake circle underneath the cakes helps make it easier to move the cake to a fancy serving platter, if they want to. Get the cake circles here, $4.99, and the cake stand here, $17.25.

This particular cake stand is great for regular two-layer cakes; if they have a tendency to bake anything bigger, consider a pricier but more durable stand like this one.

5. A cake decorating set that comes with 12 seamless tips, plus a set of disposable pastry bags.

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The set does come with a reusable bag, but they can be a big pain to wash, so many decorators prefer disposable bags. Get the set of decorating tips for $13 here, and the bags for $6.50 here.

6. A plush cake decorating set to keep on their desk at their boring office job.

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Some people have desk-sized golf courses or zen gardens; other people have desk-sized felt cakes (it's five inches in diameter). Get it here for $36.

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8. Everything they need to get started with fondant decorating: a 10-piece tool set, an adjustable roller, a how-to book, and a tub of the stuff.

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You can mix and match the set based on your budget, their skill level, and what they already have in their collection. Get the tool set for $15.99 at Target, the rolling pin for $6.79 at Kohl's, the book for $19.96 at Barnes and Noble, and the tub of fondant for $23.20 on Amazon. (Thank goodness for online ordering.)

9. A highly-rated standing mixer in their favorite color — if they're at the top of your list and they've asked for one.

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You be the judge of who you can appropriately gift a $224 standing mixer — get it here — but if it's on your list this year, this one is recommended by the Sweethome and the Good Housekeeping Institute.

10. A decorating set that makes swirling several colors of icing incredibly simple, and a set of gel food coloring that will make it incredibly simple to get bright colors.

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The piping set lets you swirl two or three colors of icing together. Get it here for $5.83, and the food coloring here for $27.14.

11. A pair of purple earrings that they can wear while they bake or while they work their normal job and dream about batter and whipped cream.

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They're handmade, so make sure to order them soon, so they can get to you in time for the holidays! Get a pair in purple for $29 here, and in blue here.

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13. An adorable little bear that they can slip into their bag of brown sugar to keep it from sticking together.

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Yes you can just put a slice of bread in there, but you have to change it out every once in a while, and you don't want to give someone a slice of bread, now do you? Also, a stale slice of bread isn't quite as cute. Get it for $3.99 here.

14. An adjustable slicing guide so they can layer filling through the whole cake, instead of just in the middle.

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Think of the possibilities if you have more than one layer to fill: You could do a rainbow of jams, or alternate jam and extra frosting, or so many other things. Get it for $11.99 on Amazon.

15. A decorating kit that's basically like a glue gun, except for delicious and colorful buttercream.

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It does basically serve the same purpose as a piping bag, which is what most pro bakers use, but sometimes it's easier to do it this way! Get the set at Bed Bath and Beyond for $39.99.

16. A vintage Schneider cake breaker from the 1950s so their cake never ends up squished again. Or modern-day adjustable individual slice cutters.

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Click or tap each image to enlarge it and swipe through them. Get the vintage Schneider breaker for $15 on Etsy (and read about it here), and get the Debbie Meyer round cake cutter for $15.99 or the square cake cutter for $14.99 here.

17. A cute cake carrier that will make it easy for them to get their cake from home to wherever the cake-eaters are.

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It holds up to a 10'' cake, which is about as big a cake as you want to carry on your own, anyway. The lid also comes off separately so you can hold plates and plasticware, or (if you're really ambitious), a pie. Get it for $24.99 at World Market.

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