The Home Baking Association (HBA) mission of “growing the practice of home baking” could not be more timely due to economic conditions and other societal changes. The fact is more meals are being prepared at home, and this organization is at the forefront in sharing our tools and knowledge to not only current bakers, but future generations as well. In recent years more people learned about HBA than ever before, keeping the momentum of this non-profit organization going strong.

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A freshly-baked treat and a heartfelt note bring much-needed cheer to our friends, families and neighbors. Whether delivered safely in-person or through a ding-dong dash, Kansas Wheat encourages all to use Bake and Take Month as an opportunity to reconnect with our communities through this 50-year-old tradition this March.

“Bake and Take Month started as a promotion to educate consumers about the importance of home baking and the nutritional value of wheat foods,” said Cindy Falk, nutrition educator of Kansas Wheat. “Even more rewarding, this long tradition provides an important way for us to spend time with our children, our neighbors and give back to those in need.”

Whichever way you are able to observe Bake and Take Month this March, don your apron, take out your favorite recipe and use this time to celebrate our relationships with friends and family by baking and sharing together. 

Bake for Family Fun can be celebrated year-round. Check out these resources today!

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Recipes Your Family will Love

Whether you are looking for decadent desserts or hearty baked meals for your family, there are plenty of recipes to choose from in our extensive recipe database. Celebrate baking with these top-rated baking recipes.

We would like to thank all of our member companies, associations and organizations for their support. HBA is only as strong as our members, and through working together, with great ideas, knowledge, and input, we better achieve our mission to “advocate for increased home baking.

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