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Gluten Free Baked Beignets with Café au Lait Glaze

Beignets are delicious donuts popular in New Orleans. This recipe takes all their good qualities—sweet, tasty, tender, and great with coffee—but leaves out messy deep frying and mountains of powdered sugar. A few years back, I visited New Orleans for the first time. I went with a friend, and we made a pact– we wouldn’t waste time or money buying souvenirs. We would just spend our money on the best food we could find. Let me tell you, that was the best decision EVER made.  Read More »


Gluten Free Beef, Basil & Goat Cheese Lasagna Roll-Ups

When the weather is cold, baked pasta tops my list of comfort foods. Nothing warms you up on a chilly night like a big helping of piping hot pasta baked in a delicious tomato sauce and covered with melted cheese. With that in mind (and below freezing temperatures), I decided to fix Gluten Free Beef, Basil & Goat Cheese Lasagna Roll-Ups for dinner. This dish has everything I was looking for; noodles wrapped in a savory beef, basil and goat cheese filling that are topped with a flavorful tomato sauce and covered in gooey mozzarella cheese.  Read More »


Corn Meal Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes with Cinnamon Maple Butter

Especially wintry mornings call for a hot stack of pancakes. What better way to start a freezing cold day than with a plateful of warm, fluffy pancakes dripping with butter and maple syrup for breakfast? I’ve been eyeing this recipe for Corn Meal Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes with Cinnamon Maple Butter for quite some time and with the negative wind chill and five inches of snow on the ground, Read More »


Whole Wheat Triple Chocolate Brownie Sundae Cups

Valentine’s Day and chocolate go hand-in-hand and these Whole Wheat Triple Chocolate Brownie Sundae Cups are loaded with chocolate. They begin with a box of rich, chocolaty Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Brownie Mix and are taken up a notch with the addition of semi sweet chocolate chips and Read More »


Gluten Free German Chocolate Whoopie Pies

I didn’t try German chocolate cake until I was in my teens. Isn't that crazy? As a kid, I thought of it as “grown up cake” (whatever that means) because of the Coconut-Pecan frosting. See, I was convinced I hated coconut, and I wasn’t crazy about nuts in baked goods, and the combination of those two textures in a thick caramel frosting was too much for my poor little brain to handle. Fortunately, I slowly acquired a taste for different flavors and textures (including coconut and pecans) and after trying it again over the years, it has climbed the ranks and become one of my favorites. Read More »


Whole Wheat Bread with Crystallized Ginger and Toasted Walnuts

From the crunchy crust, hearty whole wheat flavor and tender crumb to the bits of zesty, crystallized ginger and pieces of toasted walnuts scattered throughout, you’ll love this bread. And just wait until you taste a hot, toasted slice of this homemade bread with pats of butter and marmalade – so delicious! Read More »


Real Rye Pretzel Bites with Cheddar-Bacon-Ale Dip

This isn’t a “Just Like the Ballgame” copycat recipe to recreate the pretzels you buy at a stadium. This recipe makes “Better than Ballgame” pretzels, with real whole grain Hodgson Mill Rye Flour and served in party-friendly crusty, bite-size pieces. A flavorful cheddar dip is easier to make than you think, and it will make these a hit at the snack table. Read More »


Iced Raspberry Loaf Cake

This easy but impressive cake is filled with fresh raspberries, a hint of lemon and is topped with a browned-butter icing. It also contains Hodgson Mill Milled Flax Seed and Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Flour. Yep, you get to have a healthy cake and eat it, too. Read More »


Gluten Free Chocolate Lava Cakes

These rich, individual-sized cakes have a liqueur-flavored chocolate truffle center. Once in the oven, the truffle liquefies and becomes a decadent pool of hot chocolate just waiting to overflow onto your plate. Top each delicious cake with a dollop of freshly whipped cream and you’re in for a real gluten free treat. Read More »


Crock Pot Gingerbread Spice Steel Cut Oats

Using a crock pot is a great way to cook dinner while you’re busy during the day, but did you know that it can also cook breakfast while you’re sleeping? These slow-cooked Hodgson Mill Steel Cut Oats have a creamy texture and taste like lightly sweetened gingerbread that is then topped with toasted walnuts, bits of candied ginger and a splash of milk. Yum! Read More »


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