I love blueberry muffins. I always have blueberries in the freezer for making smoothies, and all summer I keep fresh blueberries on hand in the refrigerator. About once a week, I make muffins for breakfast, and blueberry muffins are a family favorite.Pin It
Tag: Whole wheat flour
Kaylee’s great-grandfather and his sons were bakers in Florida for decades. This bread is a similar recipe to one that they sold retail and to restaurants. The herbs in the dough are very light – just enough to enhance the cheese. It is perfect to serve as a side to almost any kind of soup. It is absolutely light and delicious.Pin It
This is an awesome, hearty soup. It is packed full of good-for-you yumminess and will beat any chicken soup in any can on a grocery store shelf. On a whim one day while making chicken noodle soup, I tossed in a few handfuls of fresh spinach. Oh yes – this took this amazing soup over the edge. Don’t let the winter get by without making yourself a big pot of this – and freeze some for later. You’ll be glad you did.Pin It
These were amazing. I’ve made them twice since discovering the recipe, and they were just as good both times. I got the recipe from the back of the Hersheys Mini Kisses package, and changed it to whole wheat flour and bumped up the salt some. I took them to a church potluck, and a friend tasted them and requested them for the upcoming youth convention trip. They were a huge hit.Pin It
I haven’t had a chance to eat this yet. Since I’m doing a Daniel Fast, I can’t eat the sugar. But, I made this for the volunteers on Tuesday night and it received rave reviews. I managed to save Kaylee a serving, and she said that it was “Amazing!”Pin It
You may remember this post from December where I received my new grain mill. Well, I had just recently been to the commissary, where I’d stocked up on 3 months worth of groceries, which included about 100 pounds of flour. As such, I had to work through my existing stock of flour before I started playing with this new gadget.
I stumbled upon cinnamon chips at the commissary years ago and made the recipe on the back of the bag. These things were AMAZING. Everywhere I went, people asked me for the recipe. Then one day I couldn’t find them anymore. I searched everywhere, every store, all the time for them (I will admit that I still look for them in the baking aisle.) When we moved to Kentucky, we found Meijer stores and — they carry them! So, good luck finding them. I DO intend to play around with making my own cinnamon chips, so look for that sometime in the near future. I have since adjusted the recipe on the back – and they’re even better than they were before (which seems not only improbable, but impossible.)Pin It