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How to Organize Baking Supplies

It is the season I begin to feel a little overwhelmed. The girls are back in school which means we hustle and bustle from the moment the kids get home from school until we send them off the next morning. It adds a layer of chaos to our home, but when they leave, it’s eerily silent. Can you relate? I’ve been unpacking and organizing the kitchen one step at a time, as time allows. There’s something about organization that brings me a sense of peace and organizing our baking supplies has me excited to bake pies, breads and cookies for fall!

how to organize baking supplies

Now that I’m getting a feel for our new kitchen and how I use the space, I have decided the pantry is more convenient than the cabinet to the side of the oven for baking supplies and allows me to see and grab what I need easily.

baking supplies organization

I used Weck jars that not only look and stack pretty, they keep ingredients air tight and fresh. In our previous kitchen, I was frustrated with the powdered and brown sugar spills from the boxes and bags they come in. Using jars to organize baking supplies allows me to keep the mess to our kitchen island for one wipe down after I’m done.

organize baking supplies

If you’ve seen me, I’m a tornado in the kitchen. I’m so thankful for a husband who forgives my mess for sweet treats.

I’ve filled jars with chocolate chips, brown sugar, powdered sugar, baking soda, baking powder, cream of tarter, cocoa, salt and other various baking supplies and love the clean aesthetic.

organized baking supplies

The two most widely used ingredients – flour and sugar, rest conveniently on our countertop for easy accessibility with my baking tools in the drawer below.

easy thick chewy brown sugar cookies

How do you organize your baking supplies?


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11 comments on “How to Organize Baking Supplies”

  1. Can you share the containers that you are using for the flour and sugar? I love the look of the weck jars.

  2. I love how clean and organized your pantry looks with the jars. Thanks for sharing and inspiring 🙂

  3. I would need my containers labeled with items which look similar. How do you tell your items apart besides opening them? Looks great!

  4. My problem is I don’t bake often enough so I’d have to somehow label the jars with ‘use before’ dates. Any ideas for how best to do that?

  5. Love it!  We’re kitchen twin!  I have large glass canisters with flour and sugar next to my kitchenaid stand mixer.  Three smaller jars have salt, baking powder and baking soda and all of the other baking supplies are stored in nice neat jars in the pantry.  It took me a year or so to figure out the best use of space in my kitchen, but having all my tools and supplies in one spot makes baking a true joy!

  6. I’ve saved this post because I absolutely love it and wanted to get the Weck jars as well. From the picture, it seems like you use the 1/2 liter and 1 liter? Do these sizes work well for you? 

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