For those of you who can’t scroll down your Instagram feed without wishing you could bake, these baking hacks for beginners are for you. On the other hand, if you are one to be daunted by the baking affair because you think you’ll end up creating havoc in the kitchen, this one's for you too!
Here are some amazing ways you can be free of all your unwanted baking fears and come to love the art of baking. Those first-time jitters and phobias shouldn’t shape your calling for baking. Baking is meant to be therapeutic, so indulge!
Because once you’re successful, you’re more likely to try again. Simple human psychology. The whole point is not to get demotivated after your very first baking disaster because trust us, the best bakers have been there at some point.
If brown sugar or molasses, margarine, pure vanilla pods and cake-flour seem alien terms to you, fret not. They can always be replaced with something readily available or be made right at home with minimum ingredients.
Investing in bakeware can seem futile if you’re not going to bake every day but you can whip up magic with just five baking essentials too! Stock up on measuring cups or a weighing scale, non-stick bakeware, a cooling rack, a hand or machine whisk and mixing bowls. And of course silicon gloves, you don't want to get burnt.
Your dirty apron should be proof of how exciting your baking endeavour was. Mishaps are bound to happen, but you’ll get through it. Dropping stuff and getting all floury by the end of it shouldn’t bother you. Your only focus should be who’s going to lick those mixer bowls after you’re done.
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