Everybody loves baked goods. Whether it is a warm chocolate chip cookie or a hot piece of apple pie ala mode, baked goods can warm you up on a cold day or cheer you up when you are feeling down. Baked goods remind of us our childhoods and special occasions. When it is your birthday you get a cake, when you get married the cake is also an important part of the celebration, when you congratulate someone at work there is also a cake. Baked goods have also been used to raise money for a variety of organizations. Typically, bake sales are put on by PTA’s in hopes of raising money for school activities and field trips. Although homemade baked goods are amazing, not everyone has the time to make them these days. Staying home is not a luxury many Americans have, so making time to bake is not a priority. Who has the time to watch the oven while cookies bake? Multi-tasking is hard to do when you are baking. Things tend to burn within seconds. So what are you to do if you need baked goods but do not have the time to make them yourself?