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Joanna Gaines of 'Fixer Upper' Fame Gives Sneak Peek at Family Time during Quarantine in New Cooking Video

Kareena Koirala
Mar 21, 2020
05:30 A.M.
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Joanna Stevens Gaines from "Fixer Upper" gave her fans a sneak peek inside her household with a video that shows her time in quarantine cooking with her family. 


Joanna Gaines took to Instagram on Thursday to offer her fans an insight on how she spent her time in quarantine with a video that featured the reality star baking chocolate chip cookies with her family. 

The "Fixer Upper" host shared the chewy chocolate chip cookie from her "Magnolia Table Cookbook" as she baked it herself while her son, Drake, filmed her doing it. 



With the video, the reality star intends to initiate her followers to stay at home and spend some time with their families amidst the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. 

Gaines also addressed that everyday life has changed from what everyone is used to, and her family was also looking for ways to better utilize their time spent at home. 

Chip Gaines and Joanna Gaines at AOL Build Presents: "Fixer Upper" at AOL Studios In New York on December 8, 2015. | Source:Getty Images


The mother of five further explained that right now, there was no better place to be than home, and this state of being locked in has created room for "connection, creativity, laughter, and inspiration." 


Gaines also took it upon herself to engage her fans with fun activities on her Instagram, which her fans can also participate in from their own homes as they practice social-distancing and stay at home. 


The cooking video is set to be one of many videos to come as the Gaines household promised to keep followers engaged with new challenges or activities to do while they are locked in. 

The 41-year-old ended the caption with a call to action for her followers to share what they were cooking at home and tag her page "@mangolia" with the hashtag "#webelieveinhome."



The "Magnolia" co-founder and her husband Chip Gaines took a risk in their career walked away from their show "Fixer Upper" so that they could dedicate more time to their five adorable children. 

The show was based on the pretext that the couple would buy the worst house in the best neighborhood, only to work their magic on the house and make it into someone's dream home. 


The busy mother has had to juggle a lot of roles, but she often shares thoughtful moments with her children on her social media showing fans where her true priorities lie. 

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