Did you get your fill of all things pumpkin back in October? I hope not because pumpkin flavors are warming and perfect for Christmas! This Greek yogurt spelt flour pumpkin bread recipe is moist and fluffy while being rich and flavorful! If you have never baked with whole grain spelt flour, this recipe is a must try! Spelt flour is quickly becoming my favorite new flour for whole grain baking! Continue reading →
A good pizza dough recipe is a must for any home cook. Some dough recipes can call for hours to rise, and they are delicious recipes. However, I don’t have time to make pizza like that often. I love this quick homemade whole wheat pizza dough because I can make it easily on a weeknight. Continue reading →
This recipe was inspired by my standard I can make that! attitude. The local Indian restaurant makes delicious naan, and I just had to have some at home for when we make curry. You can find naan at the grocery store, but it is just not the same as fresh. We can’t have curry at home without whipping up a batch of this delicious naan! Continue reading →
Banana bread is a comfort food for me. It was something that we made frequently when I was young. I learned how to make it by helping my mom and sister in the kitchen. Every time we had leftover bananas, it was time to make bread!
Our family recipe is delicious, but I found myself avoiding it because it was high in calories. When I became confident in my kitchen skills I started experimenting with making it lighter and more wholesome. This recipe has been tested over and over again. Finally it is ready to share! Continue reading →
Have you ever gone shopping and found that the grocery store has stopped carrying your favorite brand of something? That is how I was inspired to figure out this whole wheat tortilla recipe. It is easy to make, but does require that you have a little time, and a rolling pin. In a pinch I have used a wine bottle covered with plastic wrap, and it works too.
You start by mixing together your ingredients and forming a ball. Using hot water helps to soften the whole grain flour quickly, so you can form it right away. I like to form my dough into two cylinders or rolls, tapping in the ends as I go to keep the roll even (See photo >>). Cut each roll into 6 portions, being carful to keep its shape. I find this is easier than rolling each dough portion into a ball.