Macy’s Latest Sale Is Full of Fall Baking Essentials from Pyrex, KitchenAid, Le Creuset, and More Top Brands

published Aug 18, 2022
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If you’re anything like me, you’re obsessed with summertime. (With all the summer BBQs, awesome produce, and endless smoothies, can you blame me?) However, autumn is right around the corner, and if there’s one thing that truly gets me excited for the change of seasons, it’s fall baking. I’m talking about brown butter blondies, apple cinnamon tea cake, ooey-gooey pecan squares, and more delicious, cool-weather treats. And, as someone who used to be a pastry chef, I’ll be the first one to tell you that fall is the best season to bake.

So, when I uncovered a whole treasure trove of amazing bakeware in Macy’s most recent sale, I wiped away my end-of-summer tears and got down to business, filling my cart with deals on all the essential baking gear I’ll be needing this fall — since the only way to make dessert even sweeter is with epic savings! So, break out the apple cider, pull the sweaters out of storage, and check out this short list of some of my favorite fall bakeware steals from Macy’s.

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was $39.00

Bring your baked goods to the family potluck without the hassle of transferring them to a new dish. In fact, with this time-saving, six-piece set, you can even do your baking the day before and store all the deliciousness in the fridge overnight, thanks to the set’s tight-fitting lids. Plus, when all is said and eaten, you can pop all the pieces straight into the dishwasher for an effortless cleanup.

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was $379.95

Any time there’s a Le Creuset Dutch oven on sale, I say, go for it. But, there’s another reason you should invest in this versatile, high-quality kitchen essential: It's bread season, baby! There’s no better vessel in which to bake soda bread, cheesy bread, cranberry cinnamon bread — the list goes on. And, once you pop that golden-crusted boule out of your new Dutch oven, you can fill it with stock and veggies to make a heartwarming fall soup.

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was $449.95

KitchenAid stand mixers are culinary powerhouses — plus, they rarely go on sale, which is why snagging one of these is so worth the moolah. From kneading dough and mixing batter to whipping egg whites and making pasta (don’t forget to pick up the nona-worthy pasta attachment), the Artisan 5 Qt. can handle almost any task. It's on sale in four stunning colors, comes with all the OG accouterments, and is $50 off. Done deal, if you ask me!

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was $30.00

Every home pastry chef needs a top-notch baking sheet to handle the slew of fall sweets coming their way, and you can’t go wrong with this one from Cuisinart. Its nonstick interior and exterior makes cleanup a breeze, and even eliminates the need for parchment paper in some cases. The heavy-gauge aluminized steel construction means even heating (AKA, no burnt or unevenly baked cookies), and the whole thing is good to go in the dishwasher. The kicker? You can snag an extra 15 percent off with the code SALE at checkout.

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was $20.00

If you plan on baking at least one pie this year, these cute and tasteful pie dough cutters are a must-have addition to your kitchen arsenal. For less than $7, you can adorn your fall pies with a flurry of leaves fit for an autumn forest queen, and the devices also double as cookie cutters for the most snackable, stylish bites of fall-themed shortbread you’ll ever have.

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was $22.00

In all my years of pastry chef experience, I have found no more versatile and useful piece of baking gear than the springform pan. Cuisinart's 9" model is not only an extra 15 percent off its already-discounted price (just use SALE as a code at checkout), it's also nonstick both inside and out, dishwasher-safe, and crafted from aluminized steel for an even bake.

7 / 11
was $41.00

A Silpat is an absolute must-have in restaurant kitchens, and an easy way to level up your home baking game. It functions as reusable parchment paper, but (unlike paper), it'll never scorch or tear, since it’s made with silicone and glass. It also requires no greasing or buttering, helps to distribute heat evenly, and pops right into the dishwasher for an easy wash. Plus, it rolls up for easy storage and saves you money in the long run — you'll never have to buy a roll of parchment paper again!

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was $67.00

Every baker and home cook should have a trustworthy set of mixing bowls in their kitchen. This three-pack of nesting bowls is made from high-quality stainless steel, and each bowl has its own tight-fitting lid, making them a great way to organize meal prep as well. Because the lids seal flat, they stack neatly — even when full of diced apples, resting dough, egg whites, or whatever you’re whipping up for weeknight dinner. (AKA, they'll keep your countertops from getting cluttered.) Snag 'em for an extra 15 percent off for a limited time only with code SALE at checkout.

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was $52.00

If you don't have a kitchen scale yet, there’s no better time to pick one up. Not only do they help when measuring liquids, fats, and other baking ingredients, they also ensure your measurements are precise. (Baking is a science, after all!) This digital, stainless-steel scale from Martha Stewart's line is exclusive to Macy's and has an LCD screen that gives you precise measurements with accuracy and ease.

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was $38.00

The Wilton pan is another essential tool you’ll find in restaurant kitchens and commercial bakeries alike. They're lightweight — thanks to the aluminum construction — and they heat up super evenly and quickly. They’re also extremely durable, and are good as new even after years of daily, repeated use. Snag this set of three round pans in varying sizes to make a tiered cake, a mini pie, a tart, a quiche, or whatever your heart desires.

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was $38.00

If you’re still using kitchen towels to handle hot bakeware, please, please, invest in a set of kitchen mitts. Burning yourself just isn’t worth it, and this two-piece set of mini mitts is an easy, affordable addition to your baking tool lineup. (Plus, you won’t have to wrangle your whole forearm into them.) They'll protect your hands with their grippable silicone lining, and have hanging loops for no-fuss storage. And, when you inevitably smear chocolate frosting all over them, just toss 'em in the washing machine and they'll be clean as a whistle.