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Breads Breakfast Recipes Thirty Days of Food

Cranberry White Chocolate Scones featuring Cassander Gilmore & Ben Richards

There are these white chocolate and cranberry scones that are my favorite when I go to my favorite fancy coffee shop in the city. So, when Cassander & Ben got ahold of me to feature cranberries, I knew I need to recreate them so I could enjoy them from the comforts of home! These scones were even a favorite of the husband’s too, much to my surprise! Today we get to hear more from these cranberry growers from Massachusetts. CASSANDER GILMORE & BEN…

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Breads Breakfast Recipes Thirty Days of Food

Whole Wheat Roasted Strawberry Muffins featuring T.E. O’Toole Farms

I’ve written a lot about eating and incorporating more whole grain foods into our diets on my blog. Unfortunately, I think most people don’t enjoy whole grain breads or baked goods as much as refined grains. I hope this recipe changes that. These whole wheat muffins are delicious and also utilize all whole grain flour and some yummy roasted strawberries! Today we are hearing from another fellow North Dakotan, Brian of T.E. O’Toole Farms in Crystal, North Dakota. You’re going to love…

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Breads Crop of the Month Recipes

Sunflower Bread

Well… we’ve finally made it through Crop of the Month! We began months ago with wheat, soybeans, corn, and finally sunflowers. It has been such a blast sharing informative blog posts and recipes related to the four crops we grow on our farm.  This week I finish up with a sunflower bread. I don’t know about you, but I love whole grain or nut breads. I love the crunch whole seeds or grains adds to the soft texture. This bread was…

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Breads Breakfast Canning Crop of the Month Recipes

Sunflower Nutella

Last week for my Crop of the Month series, I featured a recipe utilizing a product called SunButter. This week, I am sharing a homemade sunbutter with flair. I am hands down a Nutella lover. Give me a spoon and a jar of it and I’m good. If you’re a Nutella lover like I am, you’ll love this recipe. I was amazed at how simple and quick it was to make. And the recipe yielded a fair amount of Sunflower Nutella. …

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Breads Crop of the Month Main Courses Recipes

Flour Tortilla Soft Soy Tacos with Sweet Potatoes

Continuing my journey into soy foods, I discovered a product called textured soy protein (TSP) or sometimes it is called textured vegetable protein (TVP). In a nutshell, TSP is a defatted soy flour product that is a by-product of extracting soybean oil. It is extremely quick to cook with a protein content far greater than which comes from meat. Hence the reason why many people use TSP as a meat extender or replacement. TSP has a texture that resembles ground…

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Breads Breakfast Desserts Recipes

North Dakota Caramel Rolls

So I’ve always been a huge fan of cinnamon rolls, they were what I would always order whenever we went anywhere that made pastries. But since I’ve been living in North Dakota, I  realize that  you haven’t lived until you’ve had a caramel roll. I am not sure if caramel rolls are something unique to North Dakota or the Midwest in general. But I had never come across their fluffy and creamy goodness until I moved to North Dakota. A caramel roll is…

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Breads Breakfast Desserts Recipes

Meyer Lemon Scones with Vanilla Lemon Glaze

There are a lot of things I avoid making because they seem difficult or too fancy. Pie was one of those things, but I conquered that and found it wasn’t that hard. Scones was another thing, but they turned out to be even easier than pie! Honestly, who knew scones were simple?  Remember all the citrus I was gifted by my lovely friend Megan of The Beef Jar? First I made muffins then I got the idea for scones… Thanks…

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Breads Breakfast Desserts Recipes

Blood Orange Poppy Seed Muffins

Muffins are one of the most under-rated breakfast items, ever! Honestly, I love muffins! Chocolate muffins, blueberry muffins, banana muffins… I love them all! But I can’t tell you the last time I had a poppy seed muffin. Growing up, I used to have this intense hatred of blueberries, so when I bought a muffin it was almost certainly a poppy seed. I was reminded of my love for poppy seed muffins after a friend on Instagram shared a photo of…

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Breads Breakfast Recipes Thirty Days of Food

Pumpkin Muffins featuring Shannon Latham of Enchanted Acres

Food is something that is very emotional for us. Many of us have fond memories of spending time with grandma in the kitchen while we made cookies or learning how to cook or bake from mom or dad. Shannon indeed found her love of food and baking at a young age. These pumpkin muffins were her very first food entry in the county fair! I regularly enjoy Shannon’s recipe posts as well as all she does to connect people to agriculture…

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Breads Breakfast Desserts Family Recipes

Dakota Kuchen

If you think back to when you used to visit grandma’s house as a child, I am sure grandma always had some special kind of dessert for you. Whether it be some sort of cookie, brownie, or cake. For children who grew up in Germans from Russia households, that special treat is kuchen, pronounced “ku-gen”, which is the German word for cake. Kuchen is a rich custard dessert with fruit poured into a sweet dough for the crust.  Kuchen is…

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