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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 »



Gluten Free Chocolate Lava Cakes

These rich, individual-sized cakes have a liqueur-flavored chocolate truffle center. Once in the oven, the truffle liquefies and becomes a decadent pool of hot chocolate just waiting to overflow onto your plate. Top each delicious cake with a dollop of freshly whipped cream and you’re in for a real gluten free treat. Read More »


Fig Apple Polenta Cake

A dense, velvety cake, studded with chopped apples and figs, redolent with citrus peel and warming spices. It’s also surprisingly innocent, since it’s made with whole grain Hodgson Mill Yellow Corn Meal, tons of fruit, and olive oil. Read More »


Gluten Free Chocolate Spice Cupcakes with Fluffy Vanilla Frosting

These Gluten Free Chocolate Spice Cupcakes with Fluffy Vanilla Frosting are fantastic. In fact, they taste so good that our family and friends didn’t even know they were gluten free until we told them. Bonus: these delicious treats start with a box of Hodgson Mill Gluten Free Yellow Cake Mix. It doesn't get much easier. Read More »


Lemon Cake with Stone Ground Corn Meal and Crushed Blueberry Sauce

You can't help but love the combination of lemon and blueberries and with the addition of Hodgson Mill Stone Ground Yellow Corn Meal! Read More »


Frozen Raspberry Cheesecake with Whole Wheat and Milled Flax Seed Crust

Looking for a refreshing treat to help celebrate the 4th of July? I have a great one for you right here. This Frozen Raspberry Cheesecake with Whole Wheat and Milled Flax Seed Crust is amazing. It’s light, easy to put together, loaded with flavor and served icy cold – which is perfect on a sweltering summer day. Three delicious layers make up this sweet treat; each one just as good as the next. Read More »


Gingerbread Cupcakes with Cinnamon Brown Sugar Buttercream Frosting

They’re simple and fast to put together, which makes them a great last-minute option. Because the recipe begins with a box of Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Gingerbread Mix, a lot of what you’ll need is already in the mix. Yep, that’s right. These fabulous cupcakes are made from a heart-healthy whole wheat mix, and I’d be willing to bet that you’ll be calling dibs on the last one. If you aren’t a whole wheat believer yet, you will be in about 30 minutes. Turn on your oven to 350o F and let’s get baking! 2 12 01 12_6869_edited-1 Read More »


Lime Yogurt Breakfast Cake with Margarita Glaze

Crunching through the salty-sweet glaze into the moist crumbliness of this yogurt cake fragrant with vanilla and lime is a great start to any day, believe me. A healthy helping of both Greek yogurt and Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Flour ensures that you don’t get hungry too long before lunch, either. Read More »


Cherry-Cornmeal Upside-Down Cake

As much as I love to eat fresh fruit, baking with it is near to my heart – and stomach. Crisps, cobblers, pies, muffins, scones – the list could go on, but this time I decided on cake. I wanted something that would showcase the cherries and add to their sweetness. This Cherry-Cornmeal Upside-Down Cake is the perfect answer. The cherries are sautéed with brown sugar, butter and a little bit of balsamic vinegar and then a lovely, light cornmeal batter made with Hodgson Mill Yellow Cornmeal is layered on top and baked until it turns into a golden brown cake. Then the whole thing is turned upside-down and the oooh’s and ahhh’s begin. The cherries glisten on top of the cake like rubies and beg to be picked off and eaten. The deep yellow from the stone ground cornmeal peeks out around the edges of the cake and promises to deliver a tasty bite along with the cherries on top. Read More »


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