Archives for the ‘Whole Grains’ Category

Brown Butter Grilled Cheese

Happy National Grilled Cheese Month! I don’t know who comes up with these official food holidays, but I can’t complain about celebrating grilled cheese. Toasted bread and melted cheese is the foundation of an excellent sandwich. Tillamook invited me to participate in their National Grilled Cheese Month Recipepalooza, and I quickly began brainstorming. Grilled cheese sandwiches […]

Quick & Healthy Pizza from Scratch

I have a new obsession: white whole wheat flour. I’ve used in doughnuts, muffins, waffles and now pizza dough to add some whole grains, without compromising the taste as much as regular whole wheat flour. In my post earlier this week about mini blood orange muffins, I mentioned that I’d be making mini pizzas with […]

Blood Orange Mini Muffins

I’m not sure how many of you know this, but one of my day jobs is teaching two year olds at a university lab school. A lab school is a school where college students studying child development or education complete a practicum and also where research occurs. Part of what that means is I get […]

Almost Healthy Chocolate Doughnuts

Edited to add: I forgot to mention that you can make these in a muffin (or mini muffin) tin if you don’t have a doughnut pan. Everyone can enjoy an almost healthy doughnut! …Yes, you read that title right. These chocolate doughnuts are practically good for you (especially compared to a regular doughnut). They’re baked (not […]

Whole Wheat Fig Bars

I’ve been wanting to make homemade Fig Newtons for a while, ever since I discovered this fig butter at Trader Joe’s:  It tastes just like the filling of a Fig Newton! When Lipton asked “how do you enjoy your tea?” and sent me their new Green Tea Superfruit flavors to try, I thought of making […]