Baking/Cooking Bucket List

Welllll, my 2016 baking bucket list turned out semi-successful. Although I wasn’t able to finish posts on 2 out of the 10 items, I did make everything on the list, and I quite enjoyed the satisfaction of crossing off items. Because my time is so limited in graduate school, I’ve decided to create a master bucket list that doesn’t contain any time constraints. I plan to add items to the list as I come across things I would like to try making and cross items off that I find the time to make and post about. Finals are just over a week away, and I’m excited to hit the ground running with recipe testing and blog posts once summer break arrives!

Baking/Cooking Bucket List:

  1. Angel Food Cake
  2. Baked Alaska
  3. Bagels
  4. Beer Bread
  5. Boston Cream Pie
  6. Butterflake Bread
  7. Canned Pie Filling
  8. Cannoli’s
  9. Charlotte Russe
  10. Churros
  11. Cream Horns
  12. Crepes
  13. Croissants
  14. Divinity
  15. Drunken Noodles
  16. Eclairs
  17. Egg Drop Soup
  18. Eggplant Parmesan
  19. English Muffins
  20. Filled Doughnuts
  21. Focaccia
  22. Funnel Cakes
  23. Gingerbread
  24. Granola Bars
  25. Grissini
  26. Ice Cream Sandwiches
  27. Meringues
  28. Mexican Shrimp Cocktail
  29. Molten Cake
  30. Mousse
  31. Mozzarella
  32. No Bake Cheesecake
  33. Panna Cotta
  34. Pickled Okra
  35. Pickled Shrimp
  36. Popovers
  37. Poutine
  38. Pretzel Buns
  39. Pudding
  40. Rum Balls
  41. Something with Lavender
  42. Something with Rose
  43. Sorbet
  44. Souffle
  45. Sourdough Bread
  46. Spoon Bread*
  47. Spring Rolls
  48. Strudel
  49. Suet Pudding
  50. Sunflower Butter
  51. Tamales
  52. Tiger Bread
  53. Tiramisu
  54. Tortellini
  55. Tortillas
  56. Turkish Delight
  57. Upside Down Cake
  58. Yeasted Cake

*Though the flavors were quite nice, I could not get past the texture of spoon bread. I don’t think it’s my thing, and I don’t plan on doing a post for it.


7 thoughts on “Baking/Cooking Bucket List

  1. This sounds like a awesome list! You have got to make molten cake and tiramisu, it’s super good. And I’ll have to add Baked Alaska to mine, since it sounds like something impressive to eat.


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