Need a refreshing change from your typical vanilla cake? Bake this spelt flour cake with honey-sweetened cream cheese filling and whipped cream frosting with raspberries. The ancient grain gives the dessert a uniquely wholesome and nutty taste, which pairs perfectly with the fresh fruit. Get the recipe now.
Our baked buttermilk and crispy spelt chicken fingers aren’t like the frozen boxed version your mom used to whip up when you were a kid. The poultry is marinated in a spicy mixture, then breaded and baked. The bold flavor really comes through when you bite into each crispy piece. Get the recipe now.
For a healthier and lighter carrot cake, make this spelt flour and sucanat version decorated with a fluffy ricotta frosting. Enjoy heavenly slices of cake speckled with vibrant carrots. Moist and spiced, it is nicely balanced by hints of pure maple syrup in the frosting. Learn how to make the recipe now.
Make a big batch of light and fluffy butternut squash biscuits to serve with jam and butter. Made with freshly pureed squash, whole grain flour, and spices like cinnamon and nutmeg, these will easily become your favorite biscuit recipe to serve during the fall months. Learn how to make the recipe now on Foodal.
Want to really impress the folks at your next autumn gathering? Make this elegant brown butter cranberry hazelnut tart. The toasted nut crust filled with a brown butter custard and fresh cranberry topping make for a gorgeous dessert that’s sweet and tangy. Everyone’s jaws will drop. Get the recipe on Foodal now.
The perfect ending to a spring or summer picnic, enjoy a generous slice of Lemon Rhubarb Spelt Cake. It’s so easy to bake and transport, made with fresh lemon, tangy seasonal rhubarb, and healthy whole grain spelt flour. This dense and slightly sweet dessert is always a winner. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Baking with whole grains can be difficult, and all too often the results are dense and dry. Learn how to incorporate more healthy and flavorful grains into your baking without sacrificing quality. With just a few easy adjustments you’ll be making tasty cookies, cakes, breads, and scones that are packed with whole grain goodness.
You say that you can’t cook; I say, Give it time. I know it looks like people are born with fresh muffins coming out of their ovens, but it’s not true. Everybody starts somewhere. And the first time you try to cook, especially if that first time is when you’re no longer a kid and …