Five Baking Recipes With Pantry Staples

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If you crave midweek baked goodies to get you ready for the weekend, without needing to make a special trip to the supermarket for ingredients, we’ve got you covered.

Here are five delicious baking recipes you can make using what you’ll likely already find in your fridge and pantry.

Chocolate macaroons

These are so easy to do and are great for picking me up mid-afternoon.

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These are so easy to do and are great for picking me up mid-afternoon.

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If you’re wondering what to do with all that parched coconut that’s been in your pantry for awhile, this easy and delicious six-ingredient recipe will make a great use of it.

The simplest chocolate cake ever

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This all-in-one food processor chocolate cake comes in handy for many occasions.

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You can’t go wrong with a classic. A slice of chocolate cake is always a treat, and it’s even nicer when it’s a cinch to prepare. Put all your ingredients in a food processor and it’s ready to go in the oven!

Slice of muesli and walnuts

This healthy and easy slice is easily modified to fit any dried fruit and nut on hand.

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This healthy and easy slice is easily modified to fit any dried fruit and nut on hand.

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A great recipe when you have dried fruits and nuts in the pantry, this delicious muesli slice recipe is very easy to modify to fit whatever you have on hand.

Oatmeal Zucchini Pantry Cookies

These cookies use pantry staples and they are super adaptable.

Nicola Galloway

These cookies use pantry staples and they are super adaptable.

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The perfect recipe as zucchini season approaches, this super adaptable recipe pairs the veg with staples for a delicious cookie. Replace the pumpkin seeds with sunflower, the coconut with ground almonds, and the raisins with chunks of chocolate.

Almond butter and raspberry squares

These cute little squares filled with jam are sure to please when you crave something sweet.

Emma Boyd

These cute little squares filled with jam are sure to please when you crave something sweet.

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Sweet and savory is always a winning combination and this easy slice of almond and raspberry butter ticks all the boxes. If you don’t have almond butter in your pantry, any nut butter works great, as does any good quality sweet jam as an alternative to raspberry jam.


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