Ina Garten Made Hoda Kotb And Jenna Bush Hager Her Famous Pandemic Cosmos

Take this as you will.

Ina Garten knows what she's doing when it comes to comfort food, baked goods, and cocktails. She stopped by TODAY with Hoda & Jenna to chat about her latest collaboration with Goldbelly and how she's celebrating the holidays—and then surprised the ladies with her famous cosmopolitans.

Some of Ina's popular baked goods are now available for delivery via Goldbelly, so you can try her coconut cake, peanut butter and jelly bars, brownies, and more when you order them straight to your door. Baked goods are a big part of the holiday season, and although Ina explained she doesn't celebrate Christmas, the upcoming week will still be full of family, good food, and movie marathons in her house.

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When taste-testing Ina's sweets, Hoda and Jenna were completely blown away by the creativity behind them, specifically the peanut butter and jelly bars made with a crumbly shortbread topping. "I'm not a creative genius—I just think about what I feel like eating and I make it," said Ina, humbly. If only everything in life could be that simple!

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To help the television hosts wash down their baked goods, Ina brought out something else she's known for: extremely massive cosmopolitans. She first shared this cocktail recipe back in April 2020, when pandemic lockdowns were getting to everybody's heads. As you'll recall, she mixed all of the ingredients for a cosmo in a gigantic pitcher—vodka, cointreau, cranberry juice, lime juice—and casually sipped the drink from a glass the size of her face.

Ina brought the same sized glasses for her visit with Hoda and Jenna, and when asked if she always drinks her cocktails this big answered in a way we all would: "Only during a pandemic." A woman after our own heart. Cheers to Ina!

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