A staple for the kitchen drawer of any home baker is a decent rolling pin.

This non stick rolling pin is perfect for tackling all your rolling projects – from pastry to pasta and cookie dough to sugarpaste.

It’s durable, easy to clean and, used in conjunction with rolling pin spacers, makes rolling out a dream!

This rolling pin is 40cm long with a diameter of 4.4cm.

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The rolling pin. One of the mainstays in any baker’s drawer of kitchen accessories! But which sort to buy? You can get wooden ones, polyethylene ones, marble ones, rolling pins with handles, tapered rolling pins and so on. And all of these in a range of lengths, diameters and weights. Phewsh!

One of the more traditional types of rolling pin – and one many of us will associate with our Grannies when baking with them as a child – is the wooden pin with handles at either end. This is the style of rolling pin hanging off the bottom of our iconic bakery sign. But it’s not what we use in the bakery.

Wooden rolling pins are great and they look fantastic, but for our requirements, they are not the most practical. The biggest drawback for us is their moisture-absorbing properties.  With constant washing and need to reuse, a wet rolling pin is not ideal.

So we opted for a polyethylene rolling pin as our first purchase for the bakery.  And we now have quite a few of them in different sizes.  They are sturdy, non-stick, easy to clean and don’t absorb moisture, which means you can wash and reuse them in a matter of minutes. They’re also a non-stick rolling pin, which means you don’t have to keep flouring them. Bonus.

The rolling pin we sell on the website is a great all-rounder and is suitable for tackling almost all home baking projects.  We have two rolling pins that are longer than this, but the 40cm one is probably the one we use the most.

We also like it because it’s the perfect fit for the rolling pin spacers we couldn’t be without at the bakery!



The Little Bakery of Happiness is a small [but perfectly formed] specialist gluten-free craft bakery. We produce handmade sweet and savoury treats from our bakery at Elkington Lodge in Welford, Northamptonshire.

Everything we bake is gluten-free and we do offer some dairy-free and vegan goodies, but please note that while our bakery is a controlled gluten-free environment and we do have strict cross-contamination controls in place when baking food that is dairy free and/or vegan, we do use milk, eggs and meat products on a daily basis.