This delicious versatile treat is a great way to add fiber to your diet. Make up a batch for breakfast or serve warm with a scoop of ice cream for a after school snack.The sweet blueberries and honey pair great with the oat bran and almonds. Read More »
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Resolutions to eat healthier, including more fiber-packed whole grains, can be easy and delicious. We’d love to help you start with quality grains, fresh or frozen fruits and veggies, and easy recipes that fit your busy life.
Here are some of our favorite quick breakfast hacks for real whole grains that don’t take all day 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 »
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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Have you noticed you’ve been pinning more pumpkin and apple recipes lately? Haven’t you been thinking about reaching for the cinnamon and nutmeg a little more often? Maybe you’ve felt a little chill in the air early in the morning that wasn’t there before; or you’ve been unconsciously setting aside light summer clothes for cozier options. It’s time – Fall is almost here! 6 tips for getting your kitchen in shape for baking season Read More »
Our extended family is blessed to include some wonderful Italians (the rest of us are all good German stock, so we appreciate the variety), and one of our Christmas traditions is to have a big spaghetti dinner together on Christmas day. A huge pot of spaghetti, another of homemade tomato sauce (my uncle always made it from his garden tomatoes), salad galore, and then peppermint ice cream, coffee, cookies, and crispy, creamy cannoli for dessert – yum! Is it any wonder I associate cannoli with Christmas? Read More »
I love cooking for people, but sometimes you just want to enjoy your guests’ company and relax with a cup of coffee while breakfast takes care of itself. If you need to feed a few people, but don’t want to stand around flipping pancakes, you can bake your pancakes in the oven! Read More »
My brother lived in Waikiki for a few years, and I was lucky enough to get to visit him, AND to go to an ‘authentic Hawaiian luau celebration” with my family while we were there. I put that in quotes because who knows how authentic it really was – people from 200 years ago are probably looking down and laughing at us – but oh man, the food –pit-roasted pork, deliciously ripe pineapple . . . Read More »