I procrasti-bake. How do you procrastinate?

I use baking as a form of procrastination. I justify it by saying that it’s productive, unlike my other ways of procrastinating, like watching YouTube. Over midterms and finals last semester I documented some of what I baked. I thought that with finals rapidly approaching, I could inspire you to procrastinate in a productive way.

From November 24 to December 13, I made the following desserts. Not all were amazing. Not all recipes were followed. However, they were all vegan and helped me feed myself while taking a break from writing essays.

Blueberry muffins. With oats on top because #aesthetic.


Pumpkin pie. Or at least, that’s what I tried to do.


Banana bread, from the Oh She Glows blog, because it’s delicious. (http://ohsheglows.com/2016/10/07/vegan-banana-bread/) I make it almost every week.


Chocolate chip cookies. Or is it an alien head?


My method of procrastinating is so famous and well-loved among my friends that the trend is spreading, evidenced by this snapchat of some lovely muffins.

I wish you the best of luck managing your procrastination habits. Don’t forget to feed yourself.

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