Where to Buy Baking Supplies in Hong Kong

Reading Time: 3 minutesWhether you’re a seasoned home baker looking to sharpen your skills with a fun baking course in Hong Kong, or just recently started and keen to acquire all the necessary gear, we’ve got you covered.

In this guide, you’ll discover where to find the best tools and baking supplies in Hong Kong, as well as a mix of our favourite baking classes for you and your kiddies to enjoy.

Child using baking supplies in Hong Kong

Baking Warehouse 

Stocking a huge variety of items, Baking Warehouse is chock full of pretty much everything you could dream of for baking bread, cookies, pastries, cakes and much more. From a large selection of different flours to special ingredients and baking tools, they also carry cookware, cutting boards, kitchen gadgets, small appliances, containers, pasta makers, rolling pins, turn tables, decorating tools, moulds and forms, plus cookie cutters and baking mats. For baking bread, you’ll find proofing baskets, raising agents, bread knives, seeds, grains, plus other ingredients


Cakes Library 

Looking for French butter to up your baking game? Cakes Library has it. Online shopping is currently suspended but you can go into the shop to find all manner of baking ingredients, baking tools, small appliances, specialty items and classes. They currently have a promotion on cake making classes – For 2 people to make a cake it’s the tuition fee plus $80. Interested in a parent-child class? Bring a child under 12 years old to your class for just $50 extra.


Complete Deelite  

Looking for a baking course in Hong Kong? Look no further! Complete Delete has classes, workshops, DIY kits and cakes galore. With a dizzying array of baking ingredients and supplies, you will find all you need for a home baking project. They also offer workshops for adults and kids, plus parent-child classes, specific Wilton classes and they’ll even host baking parties. Choose from one of their many specialty courses and start baking cupcakes, cake pops, and cookies like a pro. 

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Hong Kong New Oriental Baking Supplies

Pretty much anything you need for baking can be found here. Baking ingredients like flour and cream as well as baking tools, accessories, tins, cookie cutters, piping bags and more line this shop. 


I Love Cake!

In addition to all the ingredients you might need for baking cakes, cookies and more, I Love Cake also stocks baking tools, cake moulds, cookware and appliances. They offer baking courses in Hong Kong too, but they’re currently on hold due to COVID 19. Check back with them soon.

*Due to COVID-19, the I Love Cake! online store is currently not accepting any new orders. Please feel free to shop by visiting one of their retail shops in Wan Chai or Yaumatei. 

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Ichi Cake

Need Tahitian vanilla beans or French tempering chocolate? Look no further for your baking supplies. Ichi Cake is a ‘first-class dessert bakery material sales center’ full of amazing baking ingredients, tools and appliances. Choose from any of their eight stores located across Hong Kong, Kowloon and the New Territories. Join Ichi Cake’s membership program to get discounts and special shopping privileges. 



With the big expansion of M&S Foods recently, there are a lot more baking supplies on offer. From specialty flour to a variety of sprinkles, piping bags, baking tins, cookie cutters and whisks M&S has what you need to do home baking. In case you’re after some amazing croissants or pain au chocolat and you’re not up for the task of making them yourself, M&S stocks the best on the market. Pop them in the oven and prepare to be impressed.  It’s technically baking right?


Twins Baking Supplies 

With several shops stocking baking supplies across Hong Kong, Twins Baking Supplies also offers baking and decorating courses. They carry a wide range of products including a good selection of different flours, sugars, specialty ingredients, baking shells, candy cellophane, cookie tins, paper baking cups, pie pans, piping bags, baking scales and measuring spoons, thermometers, fondant tools and more. 


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Tiffany Beeson
Tiffany Beeson
Tiffany Beeson is a content writer, editor, and copywriter with a focus on all aspects of health, parenting, education, families, and lifestyle. She also edits in the global real estate and finance sectors. Tiffany has contributed to large global publications in scientific research and holds a Master of Science degree in Physiology. She spent over 17 years of her career in the field of clinical research in the USA, Hong Kong, Europe, and Canada - writing protocols, standard operating procedures and data reports. Outside of writing, Tiffany enjoys spending time outdoors with her 2 children.

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