Blueberry Whole-Grain Kamut Scones

These Blueberry Whole-Grain Kamut Scones are light and flaky, tall and biscuit-like, dimpled with blueberries that hold their form through the mixing and baking that occurs. And they’re especially nice topped with honey or jam. Get the recipe now.

Light and Buttery Nut Flour Crepes with Roasted Fruit (Gluten-Free)

Light and Buttery Nut Flour Crepes with Roasted Fruit on a white porcelain plate.

Light and buttery nut flour crepes make for a tasty gluten-free alternative to the traditional wheat-based fare. Almond (or cashew) flour provides the body while arrowroot powder helps with the “fluff.” These are even better than a traditional crepe recipe. Get the details now!

Cinnamon Chocolate Chip Pancakes

Horizontal image of a stack of cinnamon pancakes topped with maple syrup and a scattering of chocolate chips on a black plate.

Cinnamon Chocolate Chip Pancakes, totally worth the effort to prepare in the morning and will also lure the kids into the kitchen with you! Chocolate mixed with batter or dough, pure heaven!

Buckwheat Crepes with Honeyed Ricotta and Sautéed Apples

Close up of Buckwheat Crepes with Honeyed Ricotta and Sautéed Apples on a white, porcelain plate. Slightly oblique side profile view.

Thin, delicate, and sweet, and with the batter mixed in a blender, these crepes are super easy to put together. And served with honeyed ricotta and buttery, sautéed apples or pears, they taste like heaven in your mouth. You’ll never eat regular, lumpy pancakes again! Get the recipe now!

Chocolate Chip Einkorn Belgian Waffles

Top down view of a Chocolate Chip Einkorn Belgian Waffle on a white ceramic plate.

Golden waffles flavored with high quality, organic dark chocolate. Made of einkorn flour for easier digestion, these indulgent breakfast treats are sure to please even the most picky palates.

Easy Einkorn Cinnamon Buns

Close up of a batch of Easy Einkorn Cinnamon Buns stacking a clear glass serving dish.

There’s this quote I’ve always liked, “Today’s safe boundaries were yesterday’s unknown frontiers.” I don’t know who said it. I just know that from where I sit today, married, living in Nashville, self-employed and blogging (five years Sunday!), I know it’s true. Tim and I bought a house yesterday. Or rather, Tim and I made …

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