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Quinoa & Brown Rice Halloumi Bowl & #Giveaway

This simple 5-ingredient bowl is amazingly quick, but it is so much more than the sum of its parts. Fresh peppery arugula leaves, tender grains of quinoa and brown rice with Mediterranean herbs and spices, rich morsels of halloumi and intensely zingy, pan-fried balsamic tomatoes make each bite a fresh revelation of taste and texture.  Read More »


Lemon Blueberry Swirl Bread

If you happen to love baking bread and are looking for that next best loaf, I’ve got a great one for you to try. This Lemon Blueberry Swirl Bread is one of my new favorite recipes. I love how the dough incorporates ingredients like lemon, blueberries, Hodgson Mill Naturally White Flour , Hodgson Mill White Whole Wheat Flour and Hodgson Mill Flax Chia Blend and kneads them together to become a lovely spring-flavored, lightly sweet yeast bread that’s delicious on its own and even better with a drizzle of lemon glaze over the top.  Read More »


Easy Taco Pizza with Corn Meal Crust

Toasted cornmeal embedded in a perfectly crispy, chewy pizza crust is one of the joys of life. In this recipe, I tweaked the pizza crust so it’s filled with wholesome Hodgson Mill Yellow Corn Meal, and topped it with handy pantry staples to make a dinnertime veggie extravaganza – and a fun twist on chips and salsa! Read More »


Cream Cheese and Lox Oat Bran Cereal

It’s like a bagel and lox . . . hold the bagel. This is a classic flavor combo in an easy recipe that’s ready in 5 minutes flat, perfect for a quick weeknight dinner or a lazy morning with houseguests.  Read More »


Breakfast Bulgur Wheat with Mixed Berry Sauce

Spring is here, but mornings are a bit on the chilly side, so I like to warm up with a bowl of hot cereal for breakfast. Breakfast Bulgur Wheat with Mixed Berry Sauce comes together in about 15 minutes, is warm and satisfying and has a spring-like flavor from the mixed berry sauce.  Read More »


Southwest Chicken Quinoa & Brown Rice

I have a new favorite one-dish dinner – Southwest Chicken Quinoa & Brown Rice. It’s quick to fix, tastes great and is filled with healthy, good-for-you ingredients, like quinoa, brown rice, tomatoes, black beans and chicken. Top the whole thing off with some melted cheddar cheese and sliced green onions and dinner doesn’t get much better. Read More »


Gluten Free Irish Fritters

I am so ready for spring, I could just scream. We’ve finally made it through February, and the official first day of spring is *so close*, but I just know it’s going to look like winter for another month– except for the occasional brave crocus or daffodil. I’ve taken to buying myself flowers every week to brighten up the place. Read More »


Banana Buckwheat Muffins with Dark Chocolate, Walnuts and Cacao Nibs

Mmmmm… Mom, what smells so good? If this is the first thing your children want to know when they walk into the kitchen, it’s a pretty good sign you’ve got a winner of a recipe on your hands. Not only do these Banana Buckwheat Muffins with Dark Chocolate, Walnuts and Cacao Nibs smell wonderful as they bake, they taste fantastic, too. These moist, lightly sweet banana muffins are chock-full of toasted walnuts, dark chocolate, bittersweet cacao nibs and whole grain goodness from Hodgson Mill Buckwheat Flour and Hodgson Mill Brown Rice Flour. They remind me of my favorite banana bread, but with a more sophisticated flavor from the buckwheat flour, dark chocolate and cacao nibs.  Read More »


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 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 »


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