Now that the weather is cooling off and we’re entering the season for hot soup, I decided to give the traditional recipe for 9 grain bread a little bit of a twist – literally. I served these 9 Grain Bread Mix Parmesan Twists with my Lasagna Soup with Whole Wheat Spiral Pasta and they made one of my favorite meals even better. The bread twists are perfect for dunking and worked better than a spoon when I got to the bottom of my bowl and wanted to sop up the last drops of soup. Read More »
These crisp, buttery morsels are suffused with bright, tart, lemon and spicy, floral lavender. Even more lemon and lavender are mixed together to make a smooth, lilac-colored glaze. The result is a boatload of crispy, beautiful, bite-sized gluten free cookies you’ll want to pop into your mouth, one after another. Read More »
Hooray! It’s Easter time! That means spring is just around the corner and we can look forward to shedding our winter coats for good. In light of this celebration, I came up with a bright, flavorful dessert made with fresh raspberries and a buttery whole wheat crust that’s perfect to share with family and friends on Easter. Let’s hear it for spring! Read More »
As luck would have it, I have the perfect recipe to help you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day – Luck ‘O The Irish Brownies. These brownies taste amazing and may even have you dancing a jig after one bite. They’re made with Hodgson Mill Brownie Mix with Whole Wheat Flour and Milled Flax Seed, so you know right away that they’re going be better for you than your average brownie – 100% whole grains will do that for you. Next, a tasty cream cheese batter that’s flavored with Irish liqueur is swirled into the deeply chocolate whole wheat brownie batter which creates a cheesecake-like top to the brownies. Even though these brownies have an adult spin with the liqueur, the flavor isn’t overwhelming and can be omitted and replaced with extra vanilla extract if you’d prefer. So, turn your oven on to 350˚F – we have a ‘wee’ bit of baking to do Read More »
Chocolate is near and dear to my heart and when you put it into a cookie three ways, you’ve completely won me over. These Chocolate Cherry Kiss Cookies are made with Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Pastry Flour, Hodgson Mill Naturally White Flour, dried cherries, white chocolate chips and milk chocolate Hershey’s Kisses®. There’s also cocoa powder in the dough, so chocolate is in every bite of these cookies which makes them the perfect treat for Valentine’s Day or whenever you have a chocolate craving. Read More »
I will make no apologies for the decadence of this recipe. Sometimes, baking needs to be an out-and-out splurge – even gluten-free baking. (Calories don’t count on Valentine’s Day, right?)
I just adore the combination of hazelnut and chocolate.: chocolate hazelnut spreads, Baci® chocolates, anything that combines the sweet nuttiness of hazelnut with dark, rich chocolate. . . I can’t resist it. I’ve tried.
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When it comes to home baking, quality ingredients make all the difference. Take these Chocolate Studded Oatmeal Bars, for example. They’re made with Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Flour and Scharffen Berger Semisweet Chocolate Chunks. Sure they would be good with run-of-the-mill flour and chocolate chips, but my philosophy has always been that if you’re going to take the time to make something from scratch, you want it to turn out great. Therefore, start with great ingredients. Because these bars include Hodgson Mill whole wheat flour (the entire bran and germ are stone ground, preserving all of the grain’s natural nutrients and great taste) and 62% cacao chocolate chunks; they’re immediately transformed into something so much better than your average cookie. Read More »
Crispy on the outside, soft and delicate and crumbly on the inside, with chewy bits of dried plum and a light sweet anise perfume—these little morsels fit the bill for any holiday gifting. It’s almost like shortbread, crumbly and sweet, but the moist fruit is a delicious surprise inside. Read More »
They’re simple and fast to put together, which makes them a great last-minute option. Because the recipe begins with a box of Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Gingerbread Mix, a lot of what you’ll need is already in the mix. Yep, that’s right. These fabulous cupcakes are made from a heart-healthy whole wheat mix, and I’d be willing to bet that you’ll be calling dibs on the last one. If you aren’t a whole wheat believer yet, you will be in about 30 minutes. Turn on your oven to 350o F and let’s get baking!
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Ho! Ho! Ho! We’re in full holiday mode at my house and we’ve picked up the pace to bake as many of our favorite cookies as we can before Christmas is over. So many to choose from and so little time left! These Butterscotch White Whole Wheat Cookies were next on our list, and although they may not have a fancy name, they sure make up for it in taste. They’re filled with butterscotch chips and dry-roasted cashews that create a fantastic salty-sweet combination in each bite. You’ll never guess that there’s Hodgson Mill White Whole Wheat Flour in these cookies. The texture, a little more robust than white flour but less hearty than Hodgson Mill’s traditional whole wheat flour, is spot on. Paired with the chopped cashews, the taste is so mild it nearly goes undetected in the buttery, sweet dough. I knew I couldn’t let the season pass without baking up a batch of these tasty cookies! Read More »