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The Bake Shop has the best collection of recipes online. Whether you have ten minutes or two hours, we have mouth-watering recipes that will inspire and delight.

Sure, banana pudding is great. But NUTELLA banana pudding really takes things over the edge. We swapped out traditional Nilla Wafers for Oreos for an extra-chocolatey spin. Toasted hazelnuts on top bring a much-needed crunch, but if you can't find them, toasted peanuts would be a great replacement.

Depending on your brand of mozzarella sticks, they might take a lot longer (or shorter) to get melty in the oven. Keep a close eye, and start checking around 4 minutes. Happy snacking!

Looking for more bacon-wrapped craziness? Prepare yourself for bacon wrapped avocado!


These little guys could not be easier to make. Not a fan of white chocolate? Take a cue from our Oreo Balls and dip them in semisweet chocolate instead!

Pavlova is basically a giant meringue that gets topped with whipped cream and berries. And just like our meringue recipe, it's surprisingly simple to make. You just need some patience. The key to perfection is drying it out, which requires you leaving it in a (turned off) oven overnight after it bakes.

This Clinkers Rocky Road really is the only rocky road recipe you’ll ever need! It’s made from milk chocolate, raspberry lollies, marshmallows and Clinkers… and will be ready in 10 minutes!!


Based on our super-cute carrot patch brownies, this cheesecake is sure to elicit some oohs and ahhs from your Easter dinner guests. 

Tip: Don't leave out the coconut oil! It makes the white chocolate much easier to work with, and will prevent the chocolate from breaking when food coloring is added.


Cookie dough is great. Oreos are great. So why wouldn't we combine the two? It's the best thing you can do to an Oreo. Other than turn it into a truffle, obviously.

Why Sour Cream is the Number One Secret To Amazing Scrambled Eggs

No, it's not the flick of that wrist.


In culinary school we learned that a chef is only as good as the omelet they make. Well, that's intimidating. I've since learned that it really doesn't have to be. Omelets are no scarier than good scrambled eggs. A gentle drag then fold creates the perfect blanket for cheese and your favorite fillings. 



If you love carrot cake as much as we do, meet your new favourite breakfast. Loaded with shredded carrots, pecans, and raisins, one muffin is surprisingly hearty. Bake a batch on Sunday, and you have a grab-and-go breakfast for the whole family throughout the week. These also freeze well! Wrap muffins individually in plastic wrap or store them in a resealable freezer plastic bag.

Lemons and blueberries go together like spring and sunshine. They are the perfect combo and these bars are our favorite yet! This 5-star lemon blueberry pound cake still has a place in our hearts though. 

We know you love Carrot Cake and you really love Carrot Cake Cheesecake. We now introduce to you cheesecake STUFFED carrot cake cookies. The best combo that ever lived.


Before you scarf down that loaf of banana bread, consider giving it another life as the most delicious no-bake cheesecake ever. Banana lovers will FREAK. We suggest using our banana bread recipe, with or without chocolate and nuts.

Hot cross buns are great and all, but we just felt they were missing something. Chocolate, as usual, was the missing piece. A chocolate roll with a trace of orange, cinnamon, and chocolate chips makes the perfect morning bun.

Chocolate yeasted breads are not that common, but that doesn't mean they're impossible. This recipe went through multiple rounds of testing to make sure the buns come out just right. This shouldn't scare you, but instead fill you with confidence! 

Cocoa powder slows down the action of yeast, which simply means these take longer to rise than most yeasted breads. Ours took 2 hours for the first proof and close to an hour for the second. If your kitchen is especially cold, preheat an oven for 5 minutes, then turn it off and place your bowl of dough inside. This will help the dough rise a little faster. Have some patience with your dough, and don't fret if it is taking a long time to rise. 


Looking for an alternative to dairy milk? Any vegan milk would work totally fine here: almond, cashew, and coconut are all fair game. Or, if you feel like going the extra mile, you could make your own oat milk!

Gooey Butter Cake reigns from St. Louis where it's a well known treat that every family has a recipe for. It isn't well known outside of Missouri, but it should be. It's rich, sweet, and, well, buttery. It's the perfect dessert. 

Part dessert, part cocktail, this drink is seriously indulgent. The flavour of banana pudding, one of our very favourite desserts, comes from the combination of vanilla vodka, Baileys, and banana liqueur, and whipped cream. We know it sounds like a lot, but trust us, it's the real deal.

This easy scalloped potatoes from scratch is even better than Grandma's. Here's how to cook it perfectly every time.

Turning sandwiches and breads into giant pull-apart sandwiches is kind of our thing. This is the best way to make French dips for a crowd, and it's so fun to eat! 

In the world of quick breads, banana bread and zucchini bread used to be our favorite. But then we met carrot bread. Which on its own, though nice and spiced, could be rather humble. But spread some cream cheese frosting on top and you've got CARROT. CAKE. BREAD. It's not as dramatic is our layered carrot cake, but it's just as good.

If you're looking for a breakfast carrot bread, just skip the frosting. Leave it plain or drizzle it with a simple glaze instead (2 tbsp. softened cream cheese + 1/4 c. powdered sugar+ 1 tbsp. whole milk).


We took our perfect pancakes and added a little cream cheese and strawberries to make the most addicting pancake ever. Then we topped them with a simple homemade strawberry syrup to really make then unforgettable

Turns out food coloring doesn't make the prettiest Easter eggs. You can use beets, turmeric, onions, and purple cabbage for breath taking naturally colored Easter eggs! 

You could dye your eggs using really cool natural colors or even make eggs out of Jell-O. Or you could win Easter and make Oreo truffles. Decorate them however you want for the cutest eggs at the table!

There is no limit to what you can add to a frittata. It's a versatile dish that can handle most things you throw at it. 

Whether you're home late and hungry, putting together brunch (or lunch!) in a pinch or trying to get creative with your leftovers, frittata's got your back. Follow this recipe to ensure you nail a fluffy-centered, crispy-edged frittata each and every time.


You don't need a fancy ice cream maker to make ice cream at home. All you need is a plastic baggie and 15 minutes. Top with any of your favourite topping and enjoy homemade ice cream instantly!