This coffee cake is a wonderful way to celebrate National Oatmeal Month!

Whole Wheat Apple Cherry Oat Coffee Cake

by Meagan Nuchols

This coffee cake is a scrumptious way to celebrate National Oatmeal Month

In honor of National Oatmeal Month I constructed an oatmeal appreciative recipe. This coffee cake combines juicy green apples and tart dried cherries to complement its whole grain texture. Have it for breakfast or dessert, you choose! Hope

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Pie crust doesn't have to look this perfect to taste amazing.

Happy National Pie Day

by Cassidy Stockton

Pie crust doesn't have to look this perfect to taste amazing.

They’ll make a day for just about anything, won’t they?  National Pie Day was created by, um… you guessed it, the American Pie Council, to celebrate this national comfort food and its role in our American heritage. Ok, we’ll

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This cakenut was rescued from a goodie tray so you could see what they look like... it was gone in seconds.

Donut? Bisnut?? Cakenut???

by Meagan Nuchols

This cakenut was rescued from a goodie tray so you could see what they look like... it was gone in seconds.

Yes, the names are quite silly, but everybody loves them. When I first started at Bob’s Red Mill, I giggled at the cleverly named, donut-shaped biscuit I covered in

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Oatmeal Cookies with Whole Wheat

Celebrate National Oatmeal Month with Cookies!

by Chelsea Lincoln

Since January is National Oatmeal Month, I decided we should make a treat of it!  We all have our favorite ways of making oatmeal in the morning (fruit, nuts, sweetening) and favorite variety of oats we eat (rolled, steel cut, Scottish), but everyone loves a great oatmeal cookie.  Here are

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Flour & Scoop

Integrating Whole Grains Part 2 – Baking

by Chelsea Lincoln

The second part of this two part series on integrating whole grains into your kitchen deals with baking.  There are so many ways to add whole grains to your baking with wonderful and delectable results.  Here are some tips to get you started.  If you find yourself with more questions,

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Whole grains Millet, Spelt, Amaranth and Quinoa

Integrating Whole Grains Part 1 – Cooking

by Chelsea Lincoln

For New Year’s, we often try our hand at ways to improve our health and happiness.  Integrating more whole grains into our lives is a delicious, easy way to start.  Intact foods are packed with essential vitamins, minerals and fiber, which are just a few of the benefits of whole

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A simple soup base, our Whole Grains and Bean Soup is still on sale through Dec. 31st.

A Soup to Warm the Soul

by Cassidy Stockton

A simple soup base, our Whole Grains and Bean Soup is still on sale through Dec. 31st.

The Christmas holiday often feels like a sugar rush to me; it’s very exciting while it’s happening, but after the fact I feel drained and tired. The Portland weather has been keen to

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Boiling the bagels is easy!

Kamut Bagels

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Bagels are simple and fun to make!

Bagels are just one of those foods that are always going to be much more delicious if you bake them at home for yourself. Odds are, if you take the time to make them at home, they’ll probably be a whole lot healthier

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Vanilla Almond Sugar Cookies

Holiday Baking: Cookies!

by Chelsea Lincoln

What better way to celebrate the holidays than baking up cookies by the dozen? There are so many varieties of cookies; both traditional for the holidays and more basic cookies for every day munching. They make great gifts and are a tasty offering at holiday gatherings. I try to come

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Different flavors of jam create endless possibilities.

Strawberry Thumbprints

by Cassidy Stockton

Different flavors of jam create endless possibilities.

Every year at Christmas I break out this recipe. We shared it here a few years back, but I wanted to share it again. I have a tendency to bake a lot of cookies for the holidays and I always include this one.

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