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Baking Ingredients

Baking Ingredients

Baking Ingredients

The quality of your ingredients will transform desserts into memories.
We have all the essential baking ingredients to get you started down memory lane.

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  • Caster Sugar (Baker’s Special)

    Soft and luxurious – the silk sheets of sugar.

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    $3.99

  • Brown Sugar, Granulated

    A familiar flavor in a new form. A simple replacement that never goes stale.

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    $5.15

  • Brown Sugar, Dark

    Smooth and seductive. If it were a woman in a bar she would ask you to buy her a glass of dark rum. No ice.

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    $6.25

  • Molasses, Granulated

    Your favorite sugary flavor, but without the sticky mess and cleanup.

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    $4.15

  • Molasses Powder

    The sticky, sweet, dark flavor of molasses turned into a soft powder. It’s a perfect addition to a rack of ribs or pot of beans stewing over a campfire.

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    $4.15

  • Honey Powder

    Fairy dust minus the sparkle. It makes food just a bit more magical.

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    $4.45

  • Superfine Sugar

    A fine grain ivory sand that’s best used for finishing.

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    $4.95

  • Nutmeg, Ground

    “I had a little nut tree, nothing would it bear; 
But a silver nutmeg
, and a golden pear.” –Mother Goose

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    $5.25

  • Nutmeg, Whole

    There’s an American legend that sham spice merchants once sold fake nutmeg seeds that were carved from wood to unsuspecting cooks thinking they were getting a solid deal. This led to the term “nutmegger,” which is synonymous with “charlatan.” No worries about our nutmeg. 100% Real. Perfect for your sauces and your cakes.

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    $6.95

  • Rock Sugar, Brown

    Rough stones that look like they need a simple polish before being cut and set as jewelry. Best eaten and not worn.

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    $5.35

  • Rock Crystal Sugar, White

    Looking like unpolished diamonds these saccharine crystals are a stylish addition to any tea party.

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    $5.35

  • Sugar Cubes, Cane (Brown)

    Indie sugar. Perfect for your large soy-hazelnut latte with an extra shot, two pumps of vanilla, and no whip. Also nifty with tea and coffee.

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    $4.95

  • Sugar, White

    Like the white linen shirt of your wardrobe, this it perfect for every occasion when you need to appear clean, affable, chill, and professional.

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    $4.95

  • Sugar Sticks, Brown

    For the homemade wedding. Unique and quirky. Just like you.

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    $6.45

  • Sugar Sticks, White

    Perfect for a wedding and will easily find its way onto your friends’ Pinterest boards.

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    $6.35

  • Fondant and Icing Sugar

    The finest sugar possible. It’s the powdered form of powdered sugar.

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    $5.15

  • Maple Sugar

    The Great Northern Sugar. It’s probably a mystery to you if you live in a state that doesn’t produce maple syrup.

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    $6.05

  • Coconut Sugar

    A hippie on the loose – all dreads and vegan diet.

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    $4.48

  • Turbinado Sugar

    With shoes to die for and nails in a color so chic the magazines haven’t even written about it yet. A sugar for the baker who knows what’s on trend.

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    $5.15

  • Sugar Cubes, Cane (White)

    For only the most formal, old school tea parties. White gloves. Pinkie up.

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    $4.95

  • Ground Allspice

    Our ground allspice has your name on it. It also has your apple pie’s name on it. And your chicken wings. Also, it plans to claim the name of your spice cake. You know what? It’s just taking names.
    All of them.

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    $6.45

  • Allspice Berries, Jamaican

    Allspice has a curious name, doesn’t it? Allspice. It’s because it smells like so many other spices all smashed into one. Cinnamon, clove, cardamom… all the best in one little berry!

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    $6.95

  • Arrowroot Powder

    Once thought to be a super medicine, arrowroot powder used to be added to beef stock and taken as a slurry that helped cure sickness and aid those with digestion issues. A thickener with a thick and dramatic history, this carbohydrate complex powder is a kitchen workhorse.

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    $4.95

  • Cloves, Whole (Hand Picked)

    There are few spices we joyfully use as tiny harpoons. When was the last time you stabbed a ham all over with allspice berries? A little violent, perhaps, but goodness that makes for a tasty ham.

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    $6.95

  • Honey, Granulated

    Whether added to a cup of tea, secretly sprinkled over frosting in a towering layer cake, or delicately garnished on homemade candies granulated honey is an intriguing spin to a classic ingredient.

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    $5.45

  • Vanilla Bean Sugar

    Made from Kosher Certified Organic Cane Sugar blended with the Tahitensis species of vanilla beans from Tahiti and Papua New Guinea.

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    $4.25

  • Cinnamon Flavoring, Natural

    Bold, spicy and woody. Aromatic and versatile, cinnamon flavor is a holiday classic!

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    $7.50

  • Lavender, Dried (Culinary)

    “Being an inhabitant almost in every garden, it is so well known, that it needs no description.”

    Nicholas Culpeper, The Complete Herbal, 1962

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    $5.45

  • Cinnamon, Cassia Bark (Korintje)

    These chips of sweet cassia bark possess a perfect amount of bark and bite.

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    $5.95

  • Cloves, Ground

    Hints of camphor, cinnamon, pepper, and allspice. Piercing. Alluring. Warm to the touch. A scent to live by.

    It’s not an ad for the hottest new men’s cologne. Though it very well could be.

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    $5.95

  • Ginger Powder

    One of the most ancient flavors used by man. If spices were books then ginger wouldn’t be an ancient tome or decaying scroll, but a chiseled tablet detailing its medicinal heat and penetrating flavor.

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    $8.45

  • Cinnamon, Ceylon

    Would the real cinnamon please stand up? Pure Ceylon cinnamon, by historical and scientific standards, is the only true cinnamon out there.

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    $8.45

  • Cinnamon, Vietnamese (Saigon)

    The silverback gorilla of the cinnamon world, all the younger cinnamons know to stay out of the way. Piercing, spicy flavor and an invigorating heat make this the perfect variety for any recipe where cinnamon is the star of the show.

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    $4.45

  • Cinnamon, Korintje (Ground)

    Debonair and polite, this sweet cinnamon watches Masterpiece Theatre and bakes apple pies for the neighbors.

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    $5.45

  • Cinnamon Sticks, 4 Inch

    If ground cinnamon is a whistle, then a cinnamon stick is a bullhorn. With a loud frat boy screaming into it. Probably while a bit tipsy. What we’re saying is that the stick is stronger.

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    $6.45

  • Cinnamon Sticks, 10 Inch

    If ground cinnamon is a whistle, then a cinnamon stick is a bullhorn. With a loud frat boy screaming into it. Probably while a bit tipsy. What we’re saying is that the stick is stronger.

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    $6.45

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