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No master chef should be with­out th­ese ap­petis­ing prod­ucts. EGL mixer with bowl and at­tach­ments, £59.99; kitchen scales, £15.99; Ma­son Cash mix­ing bowl, £14.99; fivepack check tea tow­els, £2.49; grey mar­ble glass top saver, £2.99; four-piece stor­age jars, £12.99. All Stu­dio Glass store jar, from £5; set of 3 stor­age tins, £15; glass jug, £19.50; glass stor­age jars from a se­lec­tion; mug, £6, stor­age tins, as be­fore, bis­cuit tin, £12.50; glass cake stand, £20; rolling pin, £12.50; white ce­ramic stor­age jar, from £6; bak­ing tins from £7.50; small glass stor­age jar, as be­fore; large glass mix­ing bowl, £12.50; small mix­ing bowl, £5; whisk, £4; set of 2 tea tow­els, £12.50; wooden spoon £5. All Marks and Spencer This old school flour shaker will add some vin­tage charm to your kitchen. Vin­tage flour shaker, £3, The Con­tem­po­rary Home

This stylish rolling pin is a must for all pas­try chefs. Wooden rolling pin, £20, Not On The High Street Not only will this printed mitt keep your fin­gers from get­ting burnt, it will also bring a pop of colour to your kitchen. Ori­en­tal blos­som sin­gle oven mitt, £2.50, Wilko

WHERE TO BUY: all­stu­,, ama­, deben­,, jd­, lake­,, no­ton­the­high­, rich­mond­cook­, roy­alde­,, Th­ese brightly coloured cup­cake cases are a fun way of turn­ing your kids into a lit­tle bakers. 144 grease­proof cup­cake cases nine colours, £6.49. Lake­Land Blue check apron, £5, Wilko

Now you can pick your day of the week to do the dishes. Ferm Liv­ing a week of dish­cloths, £27, Nest Keep cakes fresh and moist by putting them in a cake tin. Gar­den Trad­ing cake dome tin blue Dorset, £30, Amara Now you can put all your eggs in one bas­ket... or nest. Ma­son Cash hen nest, £29, JD Wil­liams

‘Ra­di­a­tor and towel airer’ Damp­ness is a big prob­lem es­pe­cially in flats, and Im al­ways go­ing on about ‘Don’t Hang Damp Cloths Over The Ra­di­a­tors, So For £5.99 From Ar­gos You Can Get Th­ese Air­ers that hang at the front of the ra­di­a­tor, al­low­ing the heat out and still dry damp cloths, PS Al­ways vent your prop­erty when dry­ing clothes.

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