Love To Bake? 5 Registry Must-Haves (Scan it Saturdays)

From a versatile mixer to whip up dough to a French rolling pin to press it, put these on your registry list and you’ll be set for the holidays.

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Emile Henry Artisan Ruffled Pie Dish

This dish is crafted to evenly brown pies to perfection. The scalloped rim adds beauty to the final presentation and because of the glaze on the dish’s bottom, sharp utensils won’t scratch the base when you slice the pie for serving!
$45, Williams-Sonoma
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KitchenAid Stand Mixer Plus Tilt Head

Every baker needs a mixing bowl and KitchenAid makes the finest. This bold mixer will be a statement piece for your kitchen. This mixer is super versatile, made to tackle evey step of your favorite recipe.
$350, Macys.com
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Martha Stewart Collection Wooden French Rolling Pin

French rolling pins cover more surface so you can roll a sheet of dough and get a dozen cookie cutouts in one roll. This beechwood pin is specially designed to evenly flatten dough so your cookie batch bakes at the same temperature.
$12, Target.com
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Nordic Ware Anniversary Bundt Pan

Bake the perfect Bundt cake with this nonstick cast aluminum pan. Bundt cakes are easy-to-make and require no additional decorating, making them the perfect dish to bring to a holiday party.
$34, Crate&Barrel.com
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Williams-Sonoma Durashield Muffin Pan

If you want muffins that look professionally baked, you’ll need a durable pan like this one that can deliver delicious results. Its non-stick surface will allow you to slip the fresh baked goods out in one piece.
$60, Williams-Sonoma

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