Yellow Squash Basmati Delight

Squash Basmati Delight

My brother in law Lynn who lives in St George brought us a huge bag of yellow squash from his garden this week and I made this stir fry the other night! Basmati Rice 4 cups water 2 cups white basmati rice one thumb size piece of ginger cut into slices 2 tsp sea salt … Continue reading

Steel Cut Oats, A Video Tutorial by Mom Blogger Jenny Hatch

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Steel Cut Oats, A Video Tutorial by @JennyHatch http://t.co/llWn3cCYWi Whole Foods Cooking – Natural Family Blog https://t.co/9js1End57G — Jenny Hatch (@JennyHatch) January 29, 2015 This morning I made Steel Cut Oats Cereal for Breakfast.   I also baked Raspberry Muffins, and A batch of Cinnamon Rolls made from Spelt and Red Wheat with Golden Flax … Continue reading

Kamut Muffins, Bread, and Hot Cereal: VIDEO Tutorial

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Click HERE to buy the Oatmeal roller used in this video. Cooking with Whole Foods is not only more nutritious, it is the key to keeping the family budget under control! Happy Cooking! Food Blogger, Jenny Hatch

Meatloaf Cupcakes – A Tutorial by Foodie Blogger Jenny Hatch

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I saw this photo on Facebook this morning and thought, SUPPER! Our family has had years of Vegetarian and even Vegan eating, but during the winter, especially when it is bitter cold, the Tofu Pot Pie just doesn’t pack the protein and calorie punch that a good old fashioned meat and potatoes supper does. This … Continue reading

Granola Video: A Tutorial by Jenny Hatch

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A new Granola Recipe JennyHatch

Organic Old Fashioned Oatmeal Creations!

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Today I did a baking marathon and made home made granola and granola bars. Here is a little video of the finished product: did not have the gumption to do a tutorial, but here are the recipes: Granola Mix 2 Cups Brown Sugar with 2 Cups Honey and 2 Cups Olive Oil Add in 2 … Continue reading

Easy Wheat Grass Growing in your kitchen

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When I lived in Boulder I occasionally had some interesting looks from friends whenever my kids talked about Mom growing grass. My Mormon friends were especially curious to know just what exactly I was growing in my kitchen. In training your children to be deliberate with the language they use, remind them to call it … Continue reading

A spoonful of sugar (Makes the whole grains and Flax go down)

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I bake whole grain baked goods every day.  Muffins, cookies, bread, cinnamon rolls, pizza.  My family is always chowing down the foods I create, especially if  they are slathered with cheese or sugar. I made these granola bars six days ago on monday, double batch with whole wheat flour and a whole cup of golden … Continue reading

A few tips for easier Vegan Eating

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I just snarfed down three potato pancakes with applesauce and Thai Seasoning. Man, they were good! I made some Kamut pancakes for my family that had eggs and milk in them. I have gone back to eating Vegan after a fourteen year break and wanted to share a few tips learned over the years that … Continue reading

Using the Holy Spirit in my Cooking and Food Storage

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When I was attending BYU in 1987 my best friend Deb introduced me to the book Laurels Kitchen.  Highly Influenced by my sister in law Brenda, I had made the decision to be a Vegetarian once I left home at the age of 18 and was always looking for new and better ways to nourish … Continue reading

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