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Check out these 25 Kitchen Hacks To Be A Better Baker…. and you thought you knew all the secrets!

— This post is courtesy of Homemade Recipes (original publish date July 17, 2015) shared with permission —

25 Savvy Baking Hacks Every Baker Should Know

Whether you’re just getting into baking or have been doing it for years, these are baking hacks that will elevate your baking game to Christina Tosi status! #masterbaker

1. Moist Cookies

Moist Cookie Hack

Keep your cookies moist with this simple trick.

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Keep your cookies moist by storing them with an apple wedge. The cookies will absorb the apple’s moisture, thus staying softer for a longer period of time!

2. Non-Stick Cakes

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Never experience the frustration of a perfectly-baked cake stuck to a cake pan.

Do you find that your cakes continuously stick to your pan? And isn’t it nearly impossible to get them out?! Ensure non-stick cakes with a simple mixture of shortening, oil and flour. Find the recipe here!

3. Marbled Frosting Look

Icing Hack - 25 Hacks To Be a Better Baker | Kitchen Hacks

Create a beautiful marbled look with two pastry bags.

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Create a marbled frosting look by placing two pastry bags in one. See how they did it here!

4. Create Color Frosting With Jell-O

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Use Jell-O in place of food coloring!

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Don’t have food coloring? Color your frosting with Jell-O! Get the recipe here.

5. DIY Baking Powder

DIY Baking Powder | 25 Hacks To Be a Better Baker | Kitchen Hacks

No baking powder? No problem!

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Don’t have baking powder? Make your own with this 2-ingredient recipe here.

6. Save Burnt Muffins or Cookies

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Bottom of your muffins burnt? No biggie, just grate it off!

How, you ask? With a grater! Grate the bottom of your burnt cookies or muffins for a brand-new look! You can also use a grater to soften refrigerated butter if you didn’t have time to let it sit out.

Want the rest? Head over to Homemade Recipes to get the full list!

Does this make you feel more like a pro-baker? Let us know below in the comments!

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