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Across the country, we're picking up our whisks and setting the oven to 180°, for loss of anything better to do.
But for those that are looking to hone their skills and expand their recipe books (admit it: you're only making banana bread atm) then we have just the thing.
The award-winning team at The Big Bakes announced this week that they will be hosting a load of virtual baking tutorials for people bored in self-isolation.
The series will comprise three bake-at-home classes each week across their social channels where you can learn to make a host of delicious desserts and simple snacks from ingredients you probably have in your cupboard.
So far, Big Bakes have done tutorials for three-ingredient biscuits (using just flour, sugar and butter), brownies (using just chocolate spread, flour and eggs) and homemade lemonda (using all those surplus lemons you have, sugar and water).
To take part in the co-baking sessions, simply follow @thebig_bakes on Instagram or Facebook, where you'll be told what ingredients and equiptment you need for upcoming bakes.
"Each video masterclass will offer a step-by-step guide for people to follow from their kitchens, no matter where they are in the UK," a spokesperson said.
"Each two to three-minute session will show people how to create an array of decadent desserts, in a bid to encourage community togetherness during a time of social distancing."
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