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Halloween Whole Wheat Brownie Bars

Halloween is all about tricks and treats and these Halloween Whole Wheat Brownie Bars definitely fall under the treat category. Rich, fudgy brownies covered in chocolate, loaded with sprinkles and served on a stick - what could be better? Well, what if I told you these delicious brownies begin with Hodgson Mill Brownie Mix with Whole Wheat Flour & Milled Flax Seed?  Read More »


Brown Butter Whole Wheat Snickerdoodle Blondies

I can usually tell how much my family likes a new recipe by how quickly it gets eaten – and boy did these Brown Butter Whole Wheat Snickerdoodle Blondies disappear fast! Brown butter, cream cheese swirl, crunchy cinnamon sugar topping –they’re like snickerdoodles, but taken to a whole other delicious level. And guess what?  Read More »


Caramel Apple Almond Flour Muffins

After a fun-filled afternoon picking apples with my family, we brought home four big bags of sweet, juicy Honeycrisp apples –our favorite variety of the season. Honeycrisp apples are so full of flavor that we eat plenty of them raw, but we also like to cook with them and make delicious things . . .  Read More »


Minestrone with Gluten Free Elbows and Bacon

Minestrone means “big soup” in Italian and after a bowl of Minestrone with Gluten Free Elbows and Bacon, you’ll know why. Made with onion, garlic, corn, zucchini, tomatoes, beans, Hodgson Mill Gluten Free Brown Rice Elbows with Golden Milled Flax Seed and fresh basil, this soup is big, flavorful and filling. Add a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese and smoky bacon on top and minestrone will likely take on the meaning, “my favorite soup,” before you reach the bottom of the bowl.  Read More »


Whole Wheat Apple Butterscotch Oat Cookies

Cookies are a great idea any time of year, but these Whole Wheat Apple Butterscotch Oat Cookies are the perfect way to kick off fall baking. Yes – fall baking. That slight nip in the morning air means that the seasons are changing and fall is knocking at the door. As much as I love summer, there’s a lot to love about fall - cozy sweaters, campfires, football, comfort food and apples – lots and lots of apples.  Read More »


Peaches & Cream Crock Pot Steel Cut Oats

September is here and apples are starting to flood the market, but be sure to take notice of the late season peach crop; these golden beauties have been ripening in the sun all summer long and are the sweetest variety in the bunch. I absolutely adore peaches and tend to buy them in bulk to make all kinds of wonderful things . . .  Read More »


Ultragrain® Penne with Fresh Corn, Zucchini and Herbs

As August comes to a close, I find myself wanting to cook with as many fresh summer ingredients as possible; knowing all too well that they’ll be gone soon. There’s a part of me that can’t wait for cooler weather to arrive, making way for bubbly baked casseroles, steaming bowls of soup and slow-cooked meals – but not yet. Right now, I still want to revel in summer’s bounty of homegrown produce and enjoy delicious dishes like Ultragrain® Penne with Fresh Corn, Zucchini and Herbs.  Read More »


Quinoa & Brown Rice Caprese Salad + Giveaway

Quinoa & Brown Rice Caprese Salad is hands down my favorite salad of the summer. I love the combination of sun-ripened tomatoes, creamy mozzarella and sweet basil tossed together with Hodgson Mill Italian Quinoa & Brown Rice and a drizzle of balsamic vinaigrette. I’ve eaten this flavor-packed salad every day for the past week and can’t get enough. It’s so good!  Read More »


Simple Summer Blackberry Peach Cake

Simple Summer Blackberry Peach Cake – the name pretty much says it all. A lightly sweet butter cake made with Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Flour, Almond Flour, Naturally White Flour, plump, tart blackberries and lots of fresh, juicy peaches. One bowl, one spoon, one pan; this cake is easy to put together and tastes great either warm from the oven or at room temperature. Top a slice with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and it becomes the perfect way to end a sultry, summer evening.  Read More »


BBQ BLT Pizza

July has certainly cranked up the heat, which makes it less than appealing to create oven-like temperatures in my kitchen for our weekly dinner tradition, pizza Friday. If you’ve ever made pizza at home, you know that the oven has to be set well into the upper 400°’s to achieve a crispy crust. I don’t mind this high temperature warming up our kitchen in the middle of winter, but not so much during the hottest days of summer. So, to keep the heat outdoors, we use our BBQ grill to cook pizza.  Read More »


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