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Mother’s Day Gift Guide

 

milk glass cake stand

Available in a variety of sizes and colors, this milk glass cake stand fancies up homemade or store bought baked goods. It is a beautiful addition to any kitchen.

bundt pans

Cast aluminum bundt pans guarantee elegant results with every bake. A non-stick coating and even heat conduction provide easy removal with perfectly defined shape.

dish towel gift set

New towels freshen every kitchen. This gift set contains four towels ( 2 18×28″ dishtowels & 2 13×13″ washcloths). Made from 100% cotton, they are durable and absorbent.

beater blade

The Beater Blade is the KitchenAids best friend. The silicone edges on the beater scrape the side and bottom of the bowl eliminating the need for hand scraping. Batter buildup is removed and mixing is more efficient.

high heat spatula

This high heat spatula is a favorite – every kitchen needs 1. Or 2. Or 3!! Works with temperatures over 400*, resists sticking and staining, dishwasher safe, and a variety of colors -it is a dream come true.

redmond real salt

The unique, pink Redmond Real Salt is harvested from Redmond, Utah, the only pink salt mine in the United States. It elevates every snack and meal with its pure flavor. Available in a variety of sizes – it is a great gift for any food lover.

parker apron

Equipped with two spacious pockets, you’ll find yourself wearing the Parker Apron for the extra pockets alone. And you’ll keep wearing the cross back design because of the comfortable feel. Available in black and blue, it is sure to please every chef.

wood boards

Perfect for entertaining, a snack board is elevated on this beautiful Acacia Wood Board. Visit us in the store for more sizes and styles of boards.

sweetapolita sprinkles

Sprinkles elevate every celebration – even if its just a dusting on your breakfast yogurt. Available in beautiful assortments of colors and designs, you can’t go wrong!

 

Still not convinced, get her a gift card!

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