How can a cookie be healthy? This whole-grain oat cookie with sugar-free jam is an excellent choice for kids of any age!
This bread is traditional in the Westphalia region of Germany. Made from coarsely ground Rye flour and a small portion of wheat flour, traditional Pumpernickel is a heavy, course-textured dense bread that is very dark brown, almost black at times.
These whole grain wholesome oatmeal cookies with a hint of vanilla, cinnamon, and nutmeg are chewy and satisfying.
Bread is a necessity! The bakeries and stores have been seeing a run on bread as families are on mandatory lock-down and home-quarantine. We’ve seen it all over the country, so we thought this would be a timely post for making bread at home.
Liège Belgian Waffles are made with a kneaded yeast dough and pearl sugar making them transcend batter waffles in both flavor and texture. You need them in your life!
Valentine’s day is coming soon, and chocolate has a fantastic way of saying, “I love you!” This sweetheart of a cake is made with all-natural ingredients.
This whole grain granola is just such a treat. The addition of this complex spice gives it a unique and divine flavor and it will be sure to become one of your favorites.
Ginger Molasses Cookies are a holiday staple with hot cocoa and lively music. They are easier to make than rolled gingerbread cookies and still fill your home with all the smells of cinnamon and exotic spices from the orient.
Pillowy and dreamy. Float away to happiness with these rolls that are as absolutely heavenly as they sound. These soft, delicate layers of lightly sweetened buttery dough are dotted with just a hint of toasted wheat germ to make it taste like a puffed-up super-soft graham cracker cloud of airy pumpkin pie goodness drizzled with caramel sauce you can stuff in your face. Too much? We don’t think so!
Pumpkin pie made with just a a touch of sour cream and a hint of rum is the ultimate custard for the holidays.