5 Fun Baking Projects

5 Fun Baking Projects

We’ve all had a case of cabin fever lately. Even though we try to get outside as much as we can this time of  year, Winter can take its toll on our energy levels and moods. On Instagram we were envious when some of our favourite California Insta pals (@thefitforkfeed and @husbandsthatcook) were talking about how it was unseasonably warm (90 degrees) and sunny last week. And don’t even get me started on our friends down under (@caileighsspace) who are enjoying summer. I’d eat my snow shovel for a few unseasonably warm days. Well, actually, today is pretty nice here so we’re getting out of the house but we’re also still planning on doing some baking. And if those projects yield snacks and breakfasts that make our week tick along easier, then I’ll happily embrace a little cabin fever. Just a little, okay?

  • Apple Pear Oat Bars

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