THE BEST QUARANTINE BAKING IDEAS


Quarantine Baking Ideas

Meta-description: Baking is a great activity you can engage in while stuck in quarantine. This article lists some simple and fun quarantine baking ideas.

Anyone that has had to quarantine at any point in their lives can testify to how lonely and boring such a period can be.

Not only will you be locked away from family and loved ones, but you also won’t be able to engage in some of the routine activities you are used to.

However, there are a variety of activities you can engage in while you are in quarantine. One of these is baking.

While baking is a fun exercise, it requires time to perfect. However, getting stuck in quarantine affords you all the time you need to perfect the best baking ideas you have.

Therefore, we have provided a list of the best quarantine baking ideas just for you!

1. Broiled Bananas And Cream With Brown Sugar

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This recipe is a delight to make. Not only is it easy to make, but it doesn’t require a lot of ingredients, and those needed are gotten quite simply.

The ingredients include 2 tablespoons of brown sugar, 3 bananas preferably freckly yellow, heavy cream measuring about 2/3 cup, and a pinch of flaky salt.

To begin the baking process, you’ll need to slice the bananas into thick sizes and arrange them with each slightly overlapping the other in an oven-safe skillet preferably 10-inches in size. Proceed to pour your cream on top after evenly crumbling the sugar on top of the bananas. This should be followed by a sprinkling of a sizeable amount of salt before you slide the skillet into the broiler 6 inches away.

Broil it for 6 minutes while rotating it regularly. Do this till the cream becomes thick, browned, bubbly, and spotty. You should allow it cool before eating.

2. Divine Chocolate Gluten-Free Cookies

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Making these amazing chocolate cookies with no gluten would require the following ingredients. A teaspoon of vanilla extract, one-quarter teaspoon of kosher salt, half cup of unsweetened powdered cocoa, 2 1/2 cup of powdered sugar, 3 sets of egg whites, 1/2 teaspoon of ground cinnamon, and 2 ½ cups of chocolate chips.

Begin by heating your oven to about 350F after which you line the baking sheets with a good quantity of parchment paper.

Use any mixer of your choice to mix the salt, powdered cocoa, and sugar.

Thereafter, add the egg whites and keep mixing till the batter becomes properly mixed, and then pour in the chocolate chips and the vanilla extract.

Scoop the batters onto the trays keeping them at an inch distance, then proceed to bake for about 15 minutes until the cookies begin to crack on the surface.

Leave it on the trays to cool for about 10 minutes before you move them to the cooling rack. Your gluten-free cookies are ready to eat.

CONCLUSION

There are a lot of other baking ideas you can seek out. You are also encouraged to be adventurous with your baking.

Try other recipes and see how they might turn out. You might just stumble on the next big thing in quarantine.

While baking requires materials that can be quite expensive, we have tried the best we could to ensure most of the ideas listed above require relatively affordable ingredients.

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