Top 10 Quarantine Baking Projects You Didn’t Know You Needed

Top 10 Quarantine Baking Projects You Didn’t Know You Needed

Lately I’ve been hearing people moan about Banana Bread. It’s been most notably my own family who gets cross when I want to make another one. “Can’t you make something else,” they snap. But I’ve also heard if from friends, folks on Instagram and my own mother. Who knew we’d ever get to a day when we’d be stuck in quarantine during a global pandemic and be so dang tired of banana bread that the mere mention of it would make people annoyed. I know you’ve asked yourself this question a lot recently, but what the hell kind of world are we living in?!

However, we are all relying on baking right now for a myriad of reasons– one of them being the happiness that comes from eating something warm and home baked. So we have put together our top 10 quarantine baking projects you didn’t know you needed. We have everything here from a buttery lemon loaf and cake-y cookies that are New York City classic to East Coast inspired grunts (think dumplings over a soup of bubbly baked berries) and easy crumbles. If you can’t decide what to make, the Peanut Butter Dream Bars are actually no-bake and the most gratifying mix of peanut butter and chocolate you will ever enjoy. That is not fake news.

  • Peanut Butter Dream Bars

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