People Are Sharing Photos Of Their 'Quarantine Bakes' On Twitter

Korin Miller
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From Delish

Plenty of people are heeding warnings from the government and public health officials to stay home as much as possible to try to help contain the spread of COVID-19. Social distancing is hugely important, but as a result, many people have a lot more time on their hands. And that could mean more time watching TV or vid-chatting with friends for some, but for others, it means time to get into some serious baking.

Yes, Twitter is currently flooded with tweets from people who are sharing their “quarantine bakes.” And it seems people fall into a few distinctive camps.

Resourceful Bakers

Fresh produce doesn’t last forever. Thankfully, some of it can be converted into yummy treats. Evidence:

Bakers Who Need A Distraction

The world is a stressful place right now, and it can be a tough thing to cope with. Some bakers are firing up the oven merely as a way to distract themselves from everything that’s happening in the outside world.



By the way, it totally makes sense. Some experts believe that creative hobbies like baking can have a positive impact on your mental health.

Bakers Who Just Want Something To Do

You can only watch Netflix for so long and, if you have kids, you’ve got to figure out some way to kill time with them. Enter baking…



Bakers With Some Serious Skills

Have you seen some of the work out there? Because, wow. Some people are really coming to play.



No matter you're baking — we hope it's bringing you some comfort in this stressful time.

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