Carrie Underwood Bakes and Shares Photos of Her Son Jacob Amid Coronavirus Quarantine
Country music singer Carrie Underwood is one of the stars that are making the most of the coronavirus quarantine. She recently posted some images of an activity she did with her son around.
In the image, the toddler was seen staring straight into the oven as the muffins got ready. The country star captioned the post writing: "Hurry up muffins!!!"
Underwood bakes muffins
In a second picture, Underwood revealed what her baking had yielded. She shared a photo of the tray sitting on what appeared to be the stovetop.
I'm stressed out and it's all bad news
Some of the muffins seemed to be missing from the tray. The "Love Wins" singer opted for a semi-healthy option by baking dark chocolate, almond butter, and pumpkin muffins.
Gyming during quarantine
According to her caption, the muffins were a trial run for Underwood but turned out quite good. Last Friday, the Oklahoma native once again took to her Instagram Story to share how she was handling the quarantine.
The mother-of-two shared a selfie showing her smiling while laying on the floor of her gym after a workout. Underwood wore a black tank top from her CALIA collection.
Everything is closed or canceled
In the captioned of her post, the star revealed that she had opted to work out since "Everything everywhere is closed/cancelled.” Social distancing has been advised in an effort to slow the outbreak's severity.
How Pink is filling her time
It seems cooking and baking is a go-to time-filler for several celebrities lately. Last Wednesday, Pink took to her Instagram account to share a short video of herself furiously kneading a ball of dough on the kitchen counter.
Being stressed out
The person recording the clip could be heard asking the pop singer what she was doing. While laughing nervously the star explained that she was “stressed out…it’s all bad news…so I’m making ravioli.”
Pink encourages fans
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