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Whole Wheat Sticky Bun Pumpkin Muffins

October usually signals the beginning of all things pumpkin, but to me, pumpkin is more of a November flavor. Maybe it’s because the weather finally becomes more fall-like in November or that I want healthier ingredients in my food after indulging in so many Halloween sweets or perhaps it’s because of Thanksgiving.  Read More »


Halloween Whole Wheat Brownie Bars

Halloween is all about tricks and treats and these Halloween Whole Wheat Brownie Bars definitely fall under the treat category. Rich, fudgy brownies covered in chocolate, loaded with sprinkles and served on a stick - what could be better? Well, what if I told you these delicious brownies begin with Hodgson Mill Brownie Mix with Whole Wheat Flour & Milled Flax Seed?  Read More »


Brown Butter Whole Wheat Snickerdoodle Blondies

I can usually tell how much my family likes a new recipe by how quickly it gets eaten – and boy did these Brown Butter Whole Wheat Snickerdoodle Blondies disappear fast! Brown butter, cream cheese swirl, crunchy cinnamon sugar topping –they’re like snickerdoodles, but taken to a whole other delicious level. And guess what?  Read More »


Whole Wheat Apple Butterscotch Oat Cookies

Cookies are a great idea any time of year, but these Whole Wheat Apple Butterscotch Oat Cookies are the perfect way to kick off fall baking. Yes – fall baking. That slight nip in the morning air means that the seasons are changing and fall is knocking at the door. As much as I love summer, there’s a lot to love about fall - cozy sweaters, campfires, football, comfort food and apples – lots and lots of apples.  Read More »


Simple Summer Blackberry Peach Cake

Simple Summer Blackberry Peach Cake – the name pretty much says it all. A lightly sweet butter cake made with Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Flour, Almond Flour, Naturally White Flour, plump, tart blackberries and lots of fresh, juicy peaches. One bowl, one spoon, one pan; this cake is easy to put together and tastes great either warm from the oven or at room temperature. Top a slice with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and it becomes the perfect way to end a sultry, summer evening.  Read More »


Double Chocolate Whole Wheat Zucchini Brownies

Every spring when I’m planting my vegetable garden, I prepare four mounds of dirt and put five zucchini seeds in each one. Most of the time, about half of the seeds germinate, a few seedlings get eaten by bugs and one or two die for some reason or another, leaving me with around six plants – still a lot of zucchini. It just so happens that this summer ALL of the seeds grew into huge, prolific plants that are producing enough zucchini to feed a small army. Read More »


Cherry-Lime Coconut Flour Muffins

Often times, after we’ve spent the day at the swimming pool, my kids ask to stop by Sonic to complete our attempt at cooling down from the hot summer weather. Slushies are on their minds, so with my arm fully twisted, we buzz through the drive-through on our way home. My kids have their favorites; anything blue for my son, cherry, grape and strawberry for the girls. For me, I always order the cherry limeade; Read More »


Gluten Free Blackberry Lime Cornbread Muffins

Here is an easy mix makeover that turns a simple corn muffin into a fragrant and lightly sweet treat, with pockets of jammybaked blackberry and tangy lime zest. It’s at home on the dinner table, at a barbecue, or as dessert. And it’s a fun way to jazz up Hodgson Mill Gluten Free Cornbread Mix, which is certified gluten free, and ready in a flash. Read More »


Fresh Blueberry-Oat Bars

Freshly picked blueberries are my husband’s favorite summertime fruit. Each time we go to our local blueberry patch, we make sure to pick an extra pailful of blueberries, so he has plenty to snack on. Because these berries are so prized, whatever I make with them needs to be top-notch.  Read More »


Coconut Lime White Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies

Baking saves my sanity some days. After playing the umpteenth game of Uno® (and usually losing), my brain needs to do something creative. What better way to be productive and keep my little guy entertained than to bake cookies? All I have to do is get out a bag of chocolate chips and my kitchen side-kick is washed up and pulling his chair over to the counter to start cooking. Read More »


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