Whether you’re a professional baker or a home baking enthusiast, it’s essential to have all the baking tools and ingredients you need to make your next baking masterpiece. Sam’s Club® has everything you need to keep your pantry stocked with the highest-quality ingredients at the lowest prices. And Sam’s Club has baking products to suit every lifestyle and dietary need.
Are Baking Mixes Tasty as Well as Convenient?
With our range of baking mixes, you’ll no doubt be pleased with the selection. Our baking mixes include sweet and savory options, such as pancake and waffle mixes, mixes for cheesy biscuits, cookie and muffin mixes and brownie and cake batter mixes. With easy-to-read labels, you’ll be able to tell exactly what you need to complete the recipe so you can add those items to your list. There are also several baking mixes that are certified gluten-free and many can be made vegan by simply using substitutes for egg, butter and milk. With baking mixes, baking goodies is easier. The mixes typically include all of the dry components needed for the recipes, and they’re also tried and tested to ensure your results are incredibly delicious and moist.
All About Herbs, Spices and Seasonings
When you’re baking, try adding some flavor to truly make it all your own. You can achieve this by adding some delectable mixed spices and seasonings and single herbs and spices. Don’t be intimidated by the variety—having a few select seasonings is usually sufficient to create delicious baked goods. When you’re baking buttery rolls to accompany dinner, why not add a teaspoon of fragrant minced garlic to the batter? The smell will make everyone eagerly anticipate the moment they come out of the oven. A spice like ground cinnamon is a must-have for adding a wallop of flavor and aroma to any sweet baking project. And cinnamon is a key ingredient in popular items like cinnamon rolls and cinnamon bread.
What is the Difference Between Sugar and Sugar Substitutes?
Keeping quality sugar and/or sugar substitutes on hand is essential to baking. At Sam’s Club, our range of sugar includes turbinado crystals, coconut sugar, granulated sugar, powdered sugar and brown sugar. Real sugar has a unique taste, but it’s possible to create many baked goods with sugar substitutes. You may substitute artificial sugars, such as agave syrup, stevia crystals, xylitol and monk fruit sweetener.
How Should I Use Edible Nuts and Dried Fruits in Bakes?
Making memorable baked goods is all about the texture, something often achieved by adding nuts, seeds and dried fruits to recipes. Just think about bread topped with crisp sesame seeds and muffins filled with juicy raisins. When you want your baked goods to have toothsome texture and earthiness, reach for some chopped walnuts, pecans, almonds and pine nuts. Dried fruits like cherries, mangos and blueberries add moisture, flavor and chewiness to baked goods. And with a mix of dried fruit and nuts, you can create healthy cookies, breads, muffins, bars and more.