Breads

GLUTEN FREE PANCAKES/WAFFLES

January 11, 2021

INCLUDE A HEALTHY BACTERIA TO FEED YOUR GUT! After learning of the importance of feeding our gut a healthy bacteria I continue to create recipes that include fermented foods to feed our gut that beneficial bacteria. Last week I worked... continue reading

PLUM KUCHEN & CINNAMON BUNS

December 15, 2020

December 14, 2020 I usually have much of the Christmas baking done by now, but this year with the pandemic, we won’t be having any company, not even our family so I will do very little food preparing. At the... continue reading

CH. . CH . . CH . . CHIA!

August 11, 2020

Ch. . . Ch. . . Ch. . . Chia! An Amazing Beneficial Superfood! Last week in June! We just came home from spending a wonderful week at Gimili on Lake Winnipeg. I enjoyed walking on the beach, collecting stones... continue reading

SPROUTED SEED BUNS

May 5, 2020

SPROUTED SEED BUNS 2 cups sprouted mung beans 1 1/2 cups water 2 cups plain unsweetened yogurt 4 tablespoons honey 1 1/2 cups warm water 1/2 cup avocado oil (or unprocessed lard) 1/2 cup crushed flax 6 eggs 14 cups... continue reading

SPROUTED SEED WAFFLES/PANCAKES

March 9, 2020

For lunch today I am making pancakes/waffles. I like waffles and Melvin likes pancakes so we are both happy. The following recipe made 6 pancakes and two thick Belgium waffles. I thawed blueberries and strawberry and mixed in a few... continue reading

HEALTHY PIZZA BUNS

November 12, 2019

  NUTRIENT RICH PIZZA BUNS Makes 48 medium size half buns – 2 dozen whole buns I used the healthy bun recipe on page 51 in my EAT MORE WHOLE GRAINS recipe book. 2 dozen Whole Grain Buns 3/4 cup... continue reading

HERITAGE BREAD

April 5, 2018

HERITAGE BREAD – yield 7 (1 1/4 pound round loaves) Heritage Bread recipe is found on page 26 in “EAT MORE WHOLE GRAINS” cookbook. This favorite recipe has been enjoyed by our family & guests for many years. Today I... continue reading

SOURDOUGH BREAD

March 13, 2018

SOUR DOUGH BREAD STARTER To make sourdough bread you will first have to make a starter that will take about a week. (Unless a friend has shared some fermented starter with you) Once you have it & feed it, you... continue reading