New Arrivals in November at Chef’s Corner Store
As we head toward the holidays, our ovens are already getting quite a workout. When we aren’t currently baking, we’re either eating what we already baked, or we’re making a list of ingredients we need for what we’re going to bake next. It’s that time of year, and we love it.
Last month, our new arrivals post featured cookie baking essentials from Nordic Ware. Now it’s November, and we’re back to highlight a few of our favorite items from the Nordic Ware Fall Baking collection.
New Arrivals: Nordic Ware Harvest Mini Loaf Pan
Fall is full of gift-giving occasions and gatherings. With the Nordic Ware Harvest Mini Loaf Pan, you can turn out six deliciously thoughtful gifts at once. Pop them into cellophane bags and tie with fall-colored ribbons. Or if you want to make a big impression, arrange them all on a festive plate to serve at home or bring to a gathering.
New Arrivals: Nordic Ware Autumn Cakelet Pan
Another option for fall gift-giving could be miniature baked goods. Create these festive cakelets with the Nordic Ware Autumn Cakelet Pan. Each batch includes four different designs and sixteen cakelets in all: leaves, pumpkins, turkeys and acorns. Give them as gifts — include one cakelet for each member of the family — or serve them at the children’s table for Thanksgiving dessert. These goodies are so fun, we bet the adults will sneak a cakelet or two.
New Arrivals: Nordic Ware Maple Leaf Pan
What we love about these miniature cakes is the level of detail you can get from the Nordic Ware Maple Leaf Pan. Serve these elegant cakes plain, or decorate them with glaze in traditional autumn colors. Depending on the recipe you use, they could make a delicious addition to a group brunch, or enjoy them as afternoon tea cakes.
New Arrivals: Nordic Ware Harvest Leaves Bundt Pan
We couldn’t resist including a Bundt pan among our favorite new arrivals for fall baking. Like the Maple Leaf Pan above, the Nordic Ware Harvest Leaves Bundt Pan creates fantastically detailed cakes. The cascading layers of leaves make them almost too pretty to slice. Again, you can serve this Bundt plain, or if you’re feeling ambitious, decorate the individual leaves in different colors. The results could be an amazing work of art on your Thanksgiving dessert table.