Fall weekends are for baking. I have gathered up some of my favorite weekend baking recipes, they are sure to make your Saturdays and Sundays extra special.
I love those cozy fall days when my house is filled with the scent of something baking in the oven. Weekends are the perfect time to tackle a new recipe, and maybe to even make something that you can enjoy throughout the week ahead.
I wanted to cover all the bases with this collection of recipes. Some are quick and easy, others are more substantial projects. Some are sweet, others are savory. I’ve got muffins for breakfast, biscuits to serve with lunch or dinner, and pies and cakes to have for dessert.
Weekend Baking Recipes:
Weekend Baking Recipes
Making these weekend baking projects are a delicious way to spend your Saturdays and Sundays. Find a mix of sweet and savory baking recipes.
Several rounds of recipe testing went to creating this recipe for bakery style blueberry muffins. The crust has a slight crunch while the inside is moist and fluffy.
Lemon Ricotta Raspberry Muffins have a bold lemon flavor that pairs beautifully with fresh juicy raspberries. The ricotta gives the muffins a light texture. These muffins are irresistibly delicious and easy to make. This recipe is perfect for a weekend baking project, and it will fill your home with the most incredible scent.
Vanilla scones are so easy to make. I learned this recipe in London and have been making it ever since.
Green Onion and Cheddar Biscuits are easy to make with just 20 minutes of active preparation time. These biscuits are the ideal combination of buttery and cheesy, with a nice fresh flavor from the green onion. These made the best breakfast sandwiches.
This recipe is a bit more of a project, but it is worth it. These rolls are ideal for making sandwiches or serving with soup.
Making doughnuts is a time consuming project. This is the type of recipe to tackle on a rainy day. These aren't baked, but this recipe seems to belong on this list.
Cake pops are a crafty baking project that you can make your own by using your favorites flavors of cake and frosting. This project might require a trip to Michaels for popsicle sticks and candy melts.
Learn some creative ways to use what you find in your pantry to make cookies.
I believe that Tagalongs are the best Girl Scout Cookie, so I created a homemade version.
These cookies take the flavor of a red velvet cupcake, and put it into a cookie. The shortbread cookies have a touch of cocoa flavor, and they are stuffed with a rich no-bake vanilla cheesecake filling.
This recipe has several steps, but it's worth the effort. Homemade shortbread cookies are filled with caramel and topped with chocolate and walnuts.
These cheesecake bars are made with chocolate chip cookie dough topped with a thick layer of cheesecake that is swirled with caramel.
Dress up boxed brownie mix by adding swirls of cheesecake and caramel. These are ooegy gooey treats!
This Reduced Fat Pumpkin Cheesecake is has a layers of pumpkin filling and a fresh creamy yogurt cheesecake. It's a lighter healthier dessert to serve your family this Thanksgiving.
Alright, so this isn't a baking project, but it just seemed to belong on this list even though crepes are cooked in the stove and not baked in the oven. This is a beautiful and delicious dessert made with 25 layers of homemade crepes.
Strawberry lime is a slightly unexpected flavor combination for a cupcake, but it works.
Toll House Cookie Pie is a classic dessert that combines two of the best desserts in the world: cookies and pie! It is gooey in the middle, filled with crunchy walnuts, and slightly crisp on top, combining all the best flavors and textures of a chocolate chip cookie.
A quick and easy pie recipe that involves mixing up the ingredients and dumping them into a store bought pie crust and baking. If you are a newbie baker, this is for you.
A chocolate pie with a homemade thin mint crust. It's quick, easy, and so good you will want a second slice.
This pie tastes like a molten chocolate cake. It's easy to make and so delicious. Serve it with a toasted marshmallow or a dollop of whipped cream.
This blueberry pie is anything but ordinary, it's made with goat cheese and basil and topped with a walnut crumble. It's bursting with fresh flavors, and it's easy to prepare.
Do you have a favorite recipe that you like to make on weekends? I would love to hear about it in the comments.