baked good

noun

Definition of baked good

: a food (such as a bread, cake, or cookie) made from a dough or batter that is baked usually plural After she'd sold baked goods at the farmers' market for a few years, the city approached her and asked if she'd like to open a brick-and-mortar bakery downtown …— Christopher Leonard

Examples of baked good in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The posts depict every kind of baked good imaginable from crusty loaves of sourdough bread to elaborately decorated cakes. Olivia Harrison, refinery29.com, "How To Participate In The Nationwide Virtual Bake Sale Supporting Black Lives Matter," 19 June 2020 Graeter's is taking orders for Easter baked goods such as coconut cakes, hot cross buns and butter bit rolls only until the end of the day Wednesday, April 8, but will have some bakery items in store on Friday and Saturday. Polly Campbell, Cincinnati.com, "Where to get Easter treats at Cincinnati bakeries and confectioners," 8 Apr. 2020 Grab a cup of coffee with a selection of alternative milks and try a vegan baked good or a vegetarian lunch of cauliflower tacos, a mushroom burger or a salad. Tirion Morris, azcentral, "10 metro Phoenix restaurants with vegan and vegetarian food and coffee for takeout," 1 Apr. 2020 Here’s a list of just a few of our favorite stops for holiday baked goods. Jess Fleming, Twin Cities, "Short on time? Let these local bakeries do the holiday work," 12 Dec. 2019 Bresnan Bread and Pastry, a new artisan baking company, sells some of the best baked goods in Dallas. Dallas News, "One of Dallas' best bread geniuses announces plans for a new storefront bakery," 5 July 2019 Anyone would be forgiven for needing a rest from the fracas, and shifting gears to a more pleasurable endeavor; namely, tracking down the silliest, most beautiful baked good that the interwebs have to offer, whatever the gastrointestinal cost. Marley Marius, Vogue, "Here’s How to Make 2018’s Most-Googled Food," 12 Dec. 2018 The popular east-side bakery is limiting Mother’s Day special orders through Wednesday, May 6, but will still serve up other baked goods for takeout at the store throughout the weekend. Anne Nickoloff, cleveland, "23 places in Greater Cleveland to get sweet treats for Mother’s Day," 6 May 2020 The Greenfield restaurant, which will feature a drive-thru, will get its daily baked goods from an off-site baking location, according to city documents. Bob Dohr, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "New Dunkin' Donuts in Greenfield projected to be open by the end of August," 1 May 2020

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First Known Use of baked good

1865, in the meaning defined above

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4 Jul 2020

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“Baked good.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/baked%20good. Accessed 9 Aug. 2020.

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