Looking for something special to share with your sweetie this Valentine’s Day? How about a batch of Gluten Free Chocolate Covered Strawberry Bars? Chocolate covered strawberries are always a winning choice on Valentine’s Day and now you can have them in a delicious, easy to fix, gluten free bar cookie. Read More »
Need something special to make for Mother’s Day? Brown Butter Corn Meal Shortcakes with Strawberries and Cream is the perfect dessert to share with someone you love. These tasty little cakes are made with premium quality Hodgson Mill Yellow Corn Meal and Hodgson Mill Almond Flour/Meal which not only make them delicious, but healthier for you, too. Browning butter is one of my favorite ways to add a rich, caramel-like flavor to baked goods and it certainly does the trick with these shortcakes. Read More »
These flaky, buttery scones are delicious enough for a fancy afternoon tea, but wholesome enough to serve for breakfast. And guess what -- they are even easier to make than muffins! Dress them up with whipped cream and jam, or make them healthier with lemon yogurt and fresh berries. Read More »
A gorgeous special dessert layered with heart-healthy whole wheat gingerbread, made from Hodgson Mill Gingerbread Mix, cranberries, strawberries and lemon-white chocolate cream. Read More »
These crepes are made almost completely with Hodgson Mill Buckwheat Flour, which imparts a fragrant, earthy, flowery flavor and a delicate texture to these versatile crepes. They’re surprisingly easy to make, and they taste decadent wrapped around fresh sweet strawberries and creamy Greek yogurt. Read More »
Strawberries and cream were made for each other and after one bite of these Strawberry Cream Pie Bars, you’ll know what I’m talking about. A buttery, brown sugar, whole wheat crust provides a delicious base for sweet, sun-ripened strawberries nestled in a cool creamy filling that all together makes for one fantastic summer treat. Read More »
Fresh strawberries are flooding the supermarkets and I couldn’t be happier. Finally, after waiting through an eternal winter, warm weather has arrived and with it red, ripe strawberries. I realize most grocery stores carry strawberries year ‘round, but it’s not until late spring that the inside of the berry is as red as the outside – something only longer daylight hours and bright sunshine can produce.
In celebration of this first fruit of summer, I decided to try out a new muffin recipe: Roasted Strawberry Whole Wheat Muffins. These muffins are lightly sweet, have a delicate, almost cake-like crumb and do a great job of showcasing roasted strawberries.
I’ve roasted pears, apples and bananas in the past, but this was my first time roasting strawberries and I’m happy to report that they’re wonderful. Instead of roasting them at a high heat, in this recipe they’re slow roasted at a low temperature thus creating sweet, sticky, jammy berries that are lick-your-fingers good. Read More »
The Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Pastry Flour in the shortcakes adds a subtle wheat flavor and gives them a feather-light texture that makes them so tender they practically melt in your mouth. The little bit of lavender in the dough gives them a different taste from your regular run-of-the-mill shortcakes – it makes them special in a way that you can’t put your finger on, but can’t stop tasting them to try and figure it out. If you don’t have lavender, a little bit of orange zest would be great in this recipe as well. Read More »
Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Pastry Flour really makes a difference in this recipe. The nutty flavor of the whole wheat is the perfect complement to the strawberries and lemon. It also gives these scones a rustic yet healthy appeal — perfect for those mornings you want a little something special, but not too fancy or overly indulgent. Read More »
If you are a fan of the circular English muffins that come from the grocery store, you will love this bread even more. It has all of the same English muffin taste wrapped up into simple, good-for-you, whole wheat yeast bread. One of the best parts about this bread is that it only needs to rise once, so it takes half the time to make than a traditional yeast bread recipe. It also makes two loaves – a total bonus in my book. You can choose to eat one loaf right away and freeze the other for another time, or like in my house, the day after the first loaf is devoured. Read More »