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    Apr 1, 2016

    17 Delicious Baked Goods You Should Make This Weekend

    Wake and bake.

    1. Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins

    Always a crowd pleaser. Get the recipe.

    2. Whiskey Salted Caramel Cinnamon Rolls

    Posie Harwood /

    Hair of the dog by way of cinnamon rolls. Get the recipe.

    3. Homemade Bagels

    Eric Moran /

    No need to trek to the deli. Get the recipe.

    4. Milk Bread

    Blake Pope /

    A weekend project you'll want to eat every weeknight. Get the recipe.

    5. Fried Angel Biscuit Donuts

    Sarah Coates /

    Biscuit donuts: the new cronut. Get the recipe.

    6. Meyer Lemon Eclairs

    Yossy Arefi /

    Let lemon and cream brighten your rainy day. Get the recipe.

    7. Caramel Cake

    James Ransom /

    Rain caramel on your yellow cake. Get the recipe.

    8. Matcha Snickerdoodles

    James Ransom /

    Matcha is everywhere. Even in your to-be-baked cookies. Get the recipe.

    9. Custardy Apple Squares

    James Ransom /

    Apple pie's cooler cousin. Get the recipe.

    10. Homemade Pretzels

    Bobbi Lin /

    Tie a different knot this weekend. Get the recipe.

    11. Chocolate-Wrapped Chocolate Cake

    Mark Weinberg /

    Chocolate cake is even better when you wrap it in chocolate. Get the recipe.

    12. Chocolate and Olive Oil Ice Cream Sandwiches

    Yossy Arefi /

    It's officially spring — aka you can start eating ice cream sandwiches in public now. Get the recipe.

    13. Mini Black and White Cookies

    Yossy Arefi /

    Bring the Big Apple to you. Get the recipe.

    14. Peanut Butter Cookies

    James Ransom /

    Say buh-bye to your weekend diet. Get the recipe.

    15. Peach and Blueberry Pie

    Yossy Arefi /

    Pie season has started. Get the recipe.

    16. Nutella-Halvah Babka

    Yossy Arefi /

    Any loaf of bread can be a personal loaf if you try hard enough. Get the recipe.

    17. Cheesecake-Topped Brownies

    Posie Harwood /

    Cheesecake + brownie = true love. Get the recipe.

    For more baking recipes, visit Food52.