Make an Italian-inspired holiday meal that keeps you out of the kitchen and celebrating with family. Dish out a comforting shrimp pasta, finishing with a whole wheat chocolate olive oil cake.
This whole wheat loaf topped with a variety of seeds is perfect for sandwiches or toasted with jam in the morning.
Learn to make perfect bread pockets in a skillet with fresh wheat dough and then devour while they are still warm.
Learn how to bake your own pita bread for the freshest flavor possible.
Add a touch of Canadian-style sweetness to your normal challah dough for a delicious loaf.
Sweet and salty with a bit of acid, this salad is the perfect balance of flavors. Enjoy the hearty grain salad with a spicy green like dandelion or arugula.
There is nothing like a warm, fresh tortilla. Try making them at home and don’t worry if they aren’t all perfect circles when you begin.
From sandwiches to french toast this orange pumpkin loaf with subtle sweetness and a delicate crumb from the whey is a fun bread to make at home.
These are everything a cream scone should be – light, soft, moist. The turbinado sugar adds a sweet crunch and the blackberries a burst of freshness.
Savory waffles made with whole wheat flour, cheese and spices, topped with an egg and pesto or your favorite sauce and you have an impressive brunch in no time.
When the last fruits becomes too ripe, bake them into a decadent cake. Sweet peaches and nutty whole wheat flour create a perfect balance of flavors.
These fluffy, sweet smelling yogurt waffles are a one bowl wonder. So good and no need for a mixer, just a bowl and a whisk and you’re ready to roll.
Soft crescents are filled with cream cheese and olives. The wheat dough is can be fill with anything, sweet or savory and it will turn out great.
Explore the the wheat berry and learn about ancient grains with Diana.
Freekeh is a roasted cracked green wheat that is comparable to quinoa in protein and fiber that is easy to prepare, healthy and filling without being too heavy.
This Saint Patricks Day bread recipe is faster than hopping on your bike and driving to a store.
Steen Hanssen goes all grainy on us, and sings the praises of Spelt, an ancient wheat variety in the midst of a comeback.