Cookies, pizza bases and banana bread are among the top treats Brits have been making during the lockdown, according to a poll of 2,000 people.
A study found that sausage rolls, sourdough bread and lemon drizzle cake are also proving popular, while pancakes topped the poll, with cookies, chocolate cake and cupcakes close behind.
VE day celebrations seem to have had an influence as well with the quintessentially British scones and Victoria sponge making the top 10.
It also emerged the time spent baking has increased, with 67 minutes a week now spent kneading, sieving and rolling – compared to just 41 minutes previously.
And for more than one in four, the additional time they now have has allowed them to be more creative in the kitchen
The research, commissioned by KitchenAid, also revealed a fifth of those polled have even baked for the first time ever, while 23 per cent of avid bakers have increased their repertoire.
But a rise in community spirit has seen almost a third deliver their creations to others, including 36 per cent to relatives outside of their home and 23 per cent to neighbours. And a quarter have received baked goods from others.
The research also found an eighth of those polled feel more confident and creative in the kitchen if they are cooking with someone else, with three in 10 baking with their partner since the lockdown began.
A further 23 per cent have teamed up with their children, and a tenth have made the most of being at home by cooking with their parents.
Of the 57 per cent who have baked more than they usually would during lockdown, 68 per cent put this down to having more time while a quarter said they have felt more inspired.
One in four have been more motivated to bake and 22 per cent have simply felt more creative.
A further 37 per cent have done more baking as they look to take their mind off other things, with 22 per cent of adults believing the hobby has helped them deal with stress.
Likewise, 30 per cent of those polled, via OnePoll, get a sense of relaxation from baking and 29 per cent feel creative.
More than a sixth have even discovered a new found confidence in the kitchen in recent months with 11 per cent following live virtual tutorials.
Other inspiration has been found on social media (17 per cent), from family members (20 per cent) and on TV shows (12 per cent).
It also emerged that one in eight now count baking as a new hobby of theirs, with 42 per cent vowing to continue to bake more often after lockdown.
Top 50 foods people have made at home during lockdown:
3. Chocolate cake
7. Banana bread
9. Victoria sponge
10. A crumble e.g. rhubarb crumble
11. Pizza base
12. White bread
14. Sausage rolls
15. A pie e.g. apple pie
17. Lemon drizzle cake
18. Wholemeal bread
20. Carrot cake
21. Fruit loaf
22. Bread and butter pudding
23. Coffee cake
26. Millionaires shortbread
27. Cinnamon buns
28. Hot cross buns
29. Sourdough bread
32. Sticky toffee pudding
34. Bakewell tart
35. Lemon meringue pie
36. Rainbow cake
37. Iced buns
38. Red velvet cake
39. Banoffee pie
40. Custard tart
42. Marble cake
44. Drip cake
49. Bundt cake