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What is grape seed flour?

What is grape seed flour?

Grape seed flour is made from the seeds of grapes that have been used to make wine. The seeds are ground into a fine powder that is roughly the same texture as wheat flour. The pulp, skins, seeds and stems that remain after wine product are called pomace. Some of the pomace is produced when grapes are freshly crushed because the wine has no contact ... Read More »

White Lily Introduces New Premium Flour Blends

White Lily's New Premium Flour Blends

When you think of White Lily, you probably think about biscuits. This Southern-based brand is known as being the best flour for baking light, tender biscuits – and there are plenty of Southern bakers who absolutely won’t bake biscuits without it. White Lily flour isn’t just for baking biscuits, however. The brand has just released three new premium flour blends that offer bakers some interesting ... Read More »

Whole Wheat French Toast

Whole Wheat French Toast

French toast recipes usually call for rich, eggy breads like challah and brioche. These breads make for a rich breakfast dish that is a bit of a blank slate for the flavors of your syrup or toppings. I’ll often make it a point to pick up a loaf when I’m planning to make french toast for weekend brunch, but challah and brioche aren’t usually the ... Read More »

Whole Grain Carrot Muffins

Whole Grain Carrot Muffins

Adding vegetables to baked goods always makes them sound a little bit healthier. Zucchini bread and carrot cake, for instance, sound less indulgent than chocolate cake does, even though vegetables alone don’t make a recipe healthier. But even though they’re not turning your baked goods into health food, those veggies can put you on the right track to make a few other changes that actually ... Read More »

Whole Wheat Dark Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies with Dried Cranberries

Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Cookies with Dried Cranberries

I always feel good about making a fresh batch of homemade cookies, but putting a few elements that are on the healthier side of the spectrum is an easy way to feel just as good about eating them, too. These Whole Wheat Dark Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies with Dried Cranberries have quite a few good-for-you ingredients in them. They’re made with whole wheat flour, oatmeal ... Read More »

Whole Grain Maple Apple Crumble

Maple Apple Crisp

Apple crumble and apple crisp are some of my favorite desserts to make with apples. They’re always delicious and take a lot less prep work than a regular apple pie – which means that I make them a lot more often. I like that an apple crumble can be simple, but that it is easy to put a new spin on it by changing up ... Read More »

Honey Whole Wheat Waffles

Honey Whole Wheat Waffles

One of my favorite waffle recipes is my recipe for Blender Waffles. The batter for them is made entirely in the blender, so it takes almost no time to put together – and you can pour it easily straight from the blender onto your waffle iron with no mess. These Honey Whole Wheat Waffles are a variation on this basic recipe that is a little ... Read More »

Whole Wheat Peanut Butter Cookies

WW Peanut Butter Cookies

Peanut butter cookies are usually a great candidate for using whole wheat flour, even if you’re not usually a big fan of using whole wheat flours in baking. Whole wheat flour has a stronger flavor than regular all purpose flour does, and in some types of cookies, that flavor can sort of take over the cookie and hide the more delicate flavors of butter and ... Read More »

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