Do you love baking homemade treats for your pooch? Perhaps you consider yourself the next Great Doggy Bake Off champion?
We’ve pulled together some of our favourite baking essentials for doggy baking. Okay, maybe some are more on the fun side than essential, but they’re all SO cute!
All of these beautiful items are handcrafted in the UK, so you will be supporting small business owners on Etsy and Not On The Highstreet.
This gorgeous personalised mixing bowl by Sophia Victoria Joy would make a fab addition to any bakers kitchen! Made from steel and coated in white enamel with a blue painted rim, this cute bowl comes in three different sizes.
You can also select from either a whisk or bowl icon which is printed above your chosen name. As much as we think that this is a great ‘to me, from me’ gift, we also think that this would be a unique present for any friends or family that love to bake!
It wouldn’t be the Great Doggy Bake Off without a weekly Star Baker! Or Star Barker in our case…
We absolutely LOVE this personalised wooden spoon by The Laster Engraving Co. Even if your creations don’t turn out the way you had hoped, you’ll always feel like a winner!
Cookie cutters are one baking essential that you can’t be without, and these gorgeous 3D printed paw print designs are just the thing to turn your dog treats into Insta-worthy creations!
Made from PLA food safe plastic, these cookie cutters range from 65-70mm in size which is the pawfect size for some tasty treats!
This ADORABLE embossed rolling pin by Boon Homeware features sausage dogs in Christmas jumpers which will print into your dough once rolled. Do we need to say any more?!
This might fit in just perfectly for one of our themes during the GDBO and in the lead up to Christmas, but we think that you could use this all year round to put a smile on your face!
We all know that baking can get a bit messy, so why not look pawesome while you do it! An apron is one baking essential that you can’t be without and we just adore this gorgeous dog themed print by Jolly Smith.
Made from 100% cotton and 80 x 60cm in size.
This pawfect little doggy treats set includes 3 cookie cutters, a recipe book and a cute treats bag to keep your goodies safe. The recipe book might just give you some inspiration for the Great Doggy Bake Off!
We think that this would also make the perfect stocking filler idea for the dog-loving human in your life.
If you’re making lots of treats for your pooch, you’re going to need somewhere to store them! This personalised doggy treat tin by Lovehart is one keepsake that will last through the years.
With 25 dog breeds to choose from and 6 lines of personalised text, we think that this is one baking essential that any dog-lover would adore.
Just make sure that you keep your treat tin on a high shelf, otherwise you might find your GDBO creations gobbled up before you can snap that prize winning picture!
A statement oven glove is something that every baker needs for their kitchen!
These beautiful black labrador print oven gloves by LauraWrightArtist are timeless. We think that this vintage country cottage design would make any kitchen feel quintessentially British!
After the treats are baked, there’s always the dreaded tidying up afterwards. What better way to dry your dishes and have a bit of fun than with this beautifully printed tea towel by BBIllustration!
Made from 100% cotton and measuring 69 x 46cm, this gorgeous tea towel will certainly make a statement in your kitchen.
Anyone else also pondering what the X and Z dogs are called?! Guess we’ll have to buy it to find out…
What’s baking without a cup of tea for all your hard work afterwards? We love this little Schnauzer print tea bag caddy for popping your tea bag on!
Measuring 13 x 10 x 2.5cm, this is the perfect little statement piece to have next to your kettle!
Do You Love Baking Homemade Treats?
We hope that we’ve inspired you to get your bake on! Let us know in the comments below, if you’re an avid doggy baker!
Which of the items shared above is your favourite? Do you have another favourite seller on Etsy or Not on the High Street that sells beautiful baking essentials? Let us know in the comments below!