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Free Printable Baking Ingredients Labels

If you are just a little bit like me, you have probably done a lot of baking and organizing during quarantine (and beyond). I know that I have tried more baking recipes than ever before. This led me to organize my baking ingredients, which means a set of free printable labels for you!

A couple of years ago, I decided to organize all my baking ingredients in a separate cabinet. With all the baking I have been experimenting with this year, I realized it was time for some reorganization. Most importantly, I also created new labels for my baking ingredients and containers.

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I initially made these stickers for my personal use because I needed some for my homemade cleaners and my Oui jars in the kitchen. Since I had a great response on Instagram, I decided to make a separate set of labels just for baking ingredients.


Please Note

Not Included in This Set of Labels

‘Black Pepper’ and ‘Table Salt’ labels are not included in the ‘Baking Ingredients Labels’ set.


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My Baking Ingredients Staples

Some baking ingredients are staples in almost every home, so I tried to include the most common in this set of 20 labels.

Check the list below to see if these ingredients are your staples too, when baking cakes, cookies, bread, cupcakes, muffins, and more.

  1. All-Purpose Flour
  2. Whole Wheat Flour
  3. Bread Flour
  4. Cake Flour
  5. Cocoa Powder
  6. Cream of Tartar
  7. Baking Powder
  8. Baking Soda
  9. Brown Sugar
  10. White Sugar
  11. Powdered Sugar
  12. Honey
  13. Cornstarch
  14. Kosher Salt
  15. Sprinkles
  16. Oats
  17. Vanilla Extract
  18. Nuts
  19. Cinnamon
  20. Chocolate Chips

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How To Use These Labels for Baking Ingredients

Each baking ingredient label measures 1.5 inches round. The labels are designed to fit on an Avery 8293 sheet, but you can also print on any sticker paper of your choice.

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My Favorite Containers to Store Baking Ingredients

When I posted these labels on Instagram, my friend Hannah from Eat, Drink, and Save Money, asked me if I make my own Vanilla Extract. You might think the same by the look of this picture.

But the truth is that I love decanting ingredients in recycled jars and airtight containers. These labels are on the small side, so they fit best on small jars or on the top of container lids.

  • I love to recycle jars of Bonne Maman preserves, and I especially use them to store baking soda. I buy the big 5 lbs. bag and distribute it around the home for baking, cooking, and cleaning uses.
  • The little flip-top glass bottle I use to decant Vanilla Extract is recycled too. You can find similar Bormioli Rocco ones, which, by the way, are my favorite glass containers for storage.
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  • OXO containers are my all-time favorite to store dry goods, especially baking ingredients. Even though these labels might be too small for those, you can place them on the push button on the lid. I did this with the cornstarch container.
  • I recycle Oui yogurt jars and have given them plenty of different uses at home. However, the only downside is that they do not have a lid; but you can purchase them here).
  • Lastly, I love a good old Mason jar, and I especially like all the possible uses you can give to them just by changing the lid. Like this Mason Jar honey dipper lid, I use to store honey.

Baking Ingredients Organization

If you decant your baking ingredients in airtight containers, it is easy to accommodate them inside the cabinet. Stacking, or placing containers side by side, works (and looks) better than a bunch of opened bags and boxes.

As I mentioned before, I re-organized my baking goods cabinet last week, and I will share the update here. Here is a sneak peek inside my baking goods cabinet. You can see the Mason Jar honey dipper lid I mentioned earlier.

I like to use clear bins and baskets for organizing my pantry and other kitchen areas. A lazy Susan is hands-down the best tool when it comes to the organization of baking ingredients. Staples like baking soda, baking powder, and vanilla extract are so easy to find now!

Last week I found the perfect size lazy Susan I desperately needed to organize my baking ingredients. Lazy Susans are perfect for storing bottles and odd-shaped containers, so I transferred all the syrups, honey, bottles, and cans to the lazy Susan.

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