Would you believe me if I told you I have a cake recipe that can be baked and ready to eat in less than three minutes? It’s true, and it’s even gluten free. Read More »
It’s hard to beat having a warm bowl of oatmeal for breakfast on a cold winter morning, especially when it only takes minutes to prepare and bakes to perfection in the oven while you catch a few more zzzz’s. Filled with bright citrus and cranberry flavor as well as creamy, naturally sweetened whole grain Hodgson Mill Thick Cut Rolled Oats and Flax/Chia Blend, Cranberry-Orange Baked Oatmeal certainly hits the spot when it comes to starting the day with a warm, hearty breakfast. Read More »
Did you know Flax Chia makes a handy egg replacer? Maybe you’re baking for someone with an egg allergy, or sometimes you go to bake a cake and you’re one egg short. Either way, Flax Chia can step in to replace an egg in a pinch. Read More »
Peppermint never tastes quite as good as it does in December and it certainly shines in this biscotti. Bits of chopped up candy cane fleck the crisp, chocolaty cookies, giving each bite a delightful pop of peppermint flavor. White chocolate chips and a white chocolate drizzle also add to the decadence of these biscotti, making them especially suitable for gifting Read More »
Whole Wheat Pecan Praline Bars are nutty, chewy, crunchy and chocolaty all in the same bite; a real home run in the flavor and texture department. And these irresistible bars are made with Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Flour and Hodgson Mill Milled Flax Seed, so indulging in one of these treats is better for you than consuming a typical Christmas cookie. You might even decide to have more than one, just to get a few more whole grains onto your plate. Sounds like a good idea to me. Read More »
Sugar and spice and everything nice, that’s what the holidays are made of, especially when it comes to holiday baking. Whole Wheat Spice Cake with Butterscotch Icing is filled with the warm flavors of cinnamon, ginger, allspice and nutmeg, and is topped with a rich butterscotch icing that adds the perfect finishing touch. Read More »
We’re not much for camping at the mall doors for Black Friday deals– most of us like staying in our nice warm kitchens, relaxing with family and thinking about the baking season ahead.
Here’s a collection of some of our favorite cookie recipes to help you plan ahead for holiday baking – or if you’ve got the energy after yesterday’s Thanksgiving frenzy, maybe you’ll get a jump on delicious baked gifts!
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November is here, and it’s time to start planning for Thanksgiving dinner. My family has plenty of dishes that must be on the table every year, but I also like to include a new recipe or two to keep things fresh. This year I created a healthy twist on stuffing by using Hodgson Mill Red Quinoa as the base and adding roasted apples, sweet potatoes, dried cranberries, fresh rosemary, maple syrup, apple cider and a dash of cinnamon. Read More »
Want to know the secret to making an easy, show-stopping cake? Make it upside-down. Of course this trick won’t work for all cakes (you can’t get around frosting), but when it comes to putting together a quick, festive-looking cake, upside-down cakes win the prize every time. Read More »
Fall is the perfect time for warm, cozy desserts, and Caramel Apple Crisp with Almond Flour and Oats is one of my favorites. The sweet, brown sugar, caramel apples and crisp almond flour, cinnamon, oat topping are a swoon-worthy combination that become even better with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Not only is this twist on a comfort food classic delicious, it’s easy to put together and can be made gluten-free with one simple ingredient switch. Read More »