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Bakers and Pinterest-lovers are usually one in the same – and for good reason! There are some amazing baking resources on Pinterest, among other super fun distractions. Want to learn how to make a super trendy raindrop cake? Pinterest can help you with that. Want to learn how to frost your cupcakes to look like hydrangeas? Pinterest can help you with that! Needless to say, Pinterest is a bakers’ best friend. Whether or not you rely on the site for your baking needs, you need to take a look at these 11 Pinterest baking charts! Save/print/pin these graphics immediately – you’ll be glad you had them on hand for your next baking conundrum!
1. Baking Temperatures Chart
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So you think the difference between 350 °F and 375 °F isn’t that big a deal, huh? Well, this handy chart is here to show you just how big of a difference various temperatures can have on your beloved cakes. So if you’re not a fan of burnt cakes, read up.
2. Baking Pans Chart
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Ever wonder which baking pan is really meant to bake what? Search no further for answers than this baking pan chart! This chart outlines what every baking pan you own (and some you probably don’t) has actually been designed to make. Hey, the more you know.
3. Lattice Pie Crust Chart
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If you’ve been dreaming of one day making a perfect lattice pie crust, today is your day, my friend. This graphic is going to walk you through how to NAIL that lattice step-by-step. It’ll look so good when you’re done, you won’t even want to eat it. (But you will because your pies are amazing.)
4. Types of Sugar Chart
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Granulated sugar, caster sugar – it’s all the same isn’t it? Wrong! This chart is here to school you on the different types and sugar and what they should be used for.
5. Half Recipe Chart
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A classic baking conundrum is when you’ve got a great recipe for four people and you need it to be for two. Then you have to divide everything…and it’s just a pain. This chart does all that dividing in half for you, so you don’t have to worry about the math and you can get right to the good stuff.