Maitland Ward is turning what’s been a lackluster lockdown for most into a boob-filled blowout.

The former “Boy Meets World” actress-turned-porn star has been spending her days — like most people sheltering in place — baking, but it’s not the cookies everyone’s eyeing up.

The redhead bombshell, 43, sent hearts racing with a cheeky video of herself baking cookies while wearing nothing but an apron, reports The Ringer. But it wasn’t for all to see — the savvy siren shared her goodies for salivating subscribers who pay to connect with her on OnlyFans.

Her scantily clad videos are a far cry from her squeaky-clean girl-next-door character Rachel on the beloved Disney show. And though Ward has cultivated quite a provocative world for fans on the subscription content service, it’s not all X-rated. Many of her videos are PG-13, including livestreamed karaoke parties and chit chat sessions with other performers — though sex does come up often. She also posted a “corona dance party” video that demonstrates how to wash hands properly — but Ward did it in the shower and used her body as her hands.

She’s even getting intimate with hot-and-bothered admirers on OnlyFans, though she says many fans in recent months have been craving “personal interactions, sometimes consisting of just conversations,” per The Ringer.

Ward claims her personalized content has been somewhat therapeutic for fans looking for an outlet to forget the stresses of the pandemic.

“There’s a human on the other end of it that’s reacting to you, and back and forth, so it’s actually comforting to talk to everybody,” Ward says. “It’s just very communal.”

The pandemic has also been a boom for the busty babe, who has said that porn pays better than Disney. Hot off her deal with high-end adult content site Deeper and her feature-length porn “Drive,” for which she won three AVN awards, Ward says people sheltering in place at home are subscribing to her premium content in droves.

On the Beyonce-touted platform OnlyFans, she nearly doubled her subscribers since quarantine took effect, growing from 8,000 earlier in the year to more than 15,000 subscribers paying her $7.99-a-month fee by mid-April.

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