Baking Cookies and Yoga can both help you relax
You’re already aware of the obvious benefit of baking: edible results. But the power of baking and its effects on the baker go deeper. Like yoga, baking can help you unwind. Our recent study shows almost two-thirds of Canadians agree—they believe baking is both therapeutic and relaxing.
Can’t schedule a massage? No time for yoga? Trade in your stretchy pants for an apron, swap your mat for a cookie sheet, and unleash the power of baking. It’s simple with Becel® Anything Goes Cookie Dough, which is guaranteed to produce soft and chewy cookies every time. Worried you don’t know all the positions? There’s a recipe for everyone – no matter their dietary restrictions or cookie cravings – and step-by-step instructions for each:
For the Vegan
Ideal for plant-based diets, Vegan Energy Bars are a great alternative to many other desserts. Becel® Vegan can be a go-to plant-based choice for the vegan baker – or a safe bet if you’ve got guests coming to dinner and aren’t quite sure of their dietary preferences.
For the Trendsetter
For the Classic Cookie Lover
Just because they’re tried and true doesn’t make these recipes a snooze. Whip up classic Easy Sugar Cookie Cut-outs using new, limited-edition Becel® Sticks or try our Raspberry Linzer Thumbprint Cookies made with Becel® Buttery Taste.
On November 16, we hosted a one-time exclusive event called Power of Baking, a collaboration between Becel and popular lifestyle blogger Emily Schuman of Cupcakes and Cashmere. The event featured a hands-on baking class and rejuvenation session to prepare our guests for the busy season ahead. If you’re looking for new and fun ways to embrace more relaxation this holiday season, check out #BakeWithHeart for some ideas to help recreate the experience at home and get inspired by the Power of Baking. Namaste.