Maris Osmond kept things traditional as she cooked with her family to pass the time during quarantine because of the coronavirus. The country singer has always been big on family.
As COVID-19 forces almost all celebrities to self-isolate, Marie Osmond has the perfect company for staying at home. She's also well-stocked for her to prepare delicious snacks.
On Wednesday, Osmond took to Instagram to share a heartwarming photo and a useful recipe from family time in the kitchen with her daughter and granddaughter.
Actors Donny Osmond and Marie Osmond attend the 4th Annual National Believe Day at Macy's Pasadena on December 14, 2012 in Pasadena, California. | Photo: Getty Images
Osmond, 60, has seven children. Earlier this week, it was her daughter Rachael who joined her in preparing some "chocolate-covered raspberries" for what the singer deemed "family time" in a hashtag.
Granddaughter Rocket Jade also did her part. The three ladies posed for a sweet shot in which each of them held onto something that they were using to make the healthy snack.
In her caption, Osmond included brief numbered instructions on how to prepare the treat. The first step was to wash your hands, which is a must-do amid COVID-19 throughout the day.
Despite the warnings to remain home as much as possible, Osmond took a drive to her daughter Jessica's the previous day to make sure she was doing okay.
As she noted with a laugh, Osmond also wanted to ensure her daughter had food and toilet paper. While there, she snapped a photo with Jessica and her family.
Although Osmond is trying to remain positive with everything that's going on, she still has to deal with some heartless individuals online. For instance, one person made a horrible remark last week about her late son.
After Osmond revealed that she would not be giving her money to her kids when she dies, one person called her awful and blamed her for her late son Michael's suicide.
The result was that Osmond blocked that person on Instagram — a first for her. Relating the experience on "The Talk," she also shared that she ate some Haagan Dazs ice cream to get through it.
Marie Osmond attends AOL Build Speaker Series to discuss "Music is Medicine" at AOL Studios In New York on April 15, 2016 | Photo: Getty Images
Soon after, the COVID-19 pandemic meant that the "Paper Roses" singer was restricted to home for longer than usual. To start, she held a game night with her grandchildren and posted a video online.
In the clip, Osmond, who's wearing a flannel shirt, plays the classic board game "Operation." Osmond included a lengthy caption alongside the post, which stated that her family would not give in to fear.
Earlier this month, Osmond talked about how blessed she is to be able to spend quality time with her children and grandchildren in another Instagram post.
The "Deep Purple" singer shared how her grandkids would ask about the time they should be at church. As a religious person, Osmond was especially touched by that. We hope she stays safe.
Marie Osmond attends the the National Television Awards at 02 Arena on January 23, 2013. | Photo: Getty Images
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