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Keto 101 – Keto Baking Essentials

If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you already know I’m all about taking a regular dish and figuring out how to ketofy it.

The amazing thing about going on the keto diet, is it allows you to still eat many of your favorite foods – just with a few tweaks.

That said, when you go Keto, there are certain things you are going to need to keep on hand to give you a better chance of being successful.

In a recent Keto 101 post, I shared several keto pantry staples. And, in this post, we’re going to cover all the keto baking essentials you should have in your kitchen to easily whip up things like:

While you may notice some crossover between this post and the pantry staples post, it’s still a good idea to bookmark both posts so you can always ensure you have everything you need to avoid the temptation of making poor food choices.

Let’s dive in!

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Keto Baking Essentials – Tools

Keto Baking Essentials Mixing Bowls

You’ll want all the basic tools if you don’t already have them including:

  • Measuring spoons and cups
  • Baking sheets (perfect for my Gluten-Free Provencal Tomato Tart)
  • Muffin tins
  • Cheese grater
  • Glass baking dishes
  • Loaf and bundt pans
  • Pie plates
  • A blender
  • A scale (helps for portion control when counting macros)
  • Mixing bowls
  • Mixing spoons
  • Spoons, forks, and knives
  • Whisk
  • Oven thermometer
  • Aluminum foil
  • Ziploc bags
  • Storage containers for your yummy treats

These are enough to get you started, but if you have the coin in your budget, I also recommend a few additional tools.

Optional but highly recommended tools:

  • Food processor
  • Hand mixer (because though the whisk can help you get rid of bat wings, you’re a busy gal with a need for speed!)
  • Stand mixer (if you’re ready to be a little extra)
  • Silicone baking mat and/or parchment paper
  • Pastry cutter
  • Spatulas – I recommend having both metal and silicone ones on hand
  • Piping bags and tips (or you can just use Ziploc bags)
  • Cooling rack – You’ll thank me for this one, trust me

Keto Baking Essentials – Supplies

Keto Baking Essentials Rolling Pastry On Table

Read this amazing guide to keto-friendly flours on The Spruce Eats.

Take Your Time Building Your Keto Baking Essentials Stock

Like the keto pantry staples, you don’t have to build up your keto baking essentials stock overnight. The more you stick to the diet, the more you can add to your kitchen.

Once you’re all stocked up, you’ll be ready to make all kinds of recipes such as this Keto Devil’s Food Cake or my amazing Pull Apart Keto Monkey Bread.

Over to you – do you see anything I missed?

If you think there’s an item missing from this list of keto baking essentials, leave me a comment below, or tweet me at @TheCathyDean.

Also, if you have any recipes you would like me to keto-fy, let me know! I’m always keeping my ear to the ground for new recipe ideas.

Additional Keto 101 Resources 

I want to see you succeed on the Keto Diet, so here are some additional resources I recommend reading for further education and advice: