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      whole grain baguette

      Quick Baguettes (30 Minutes!)

      This is the easiest bread you'll ever make! Trust me…you can do this!  If you've been intimidated to jump into Unsifted, this is your perfect gateway bread! You don't need a mixer or any special gadgets and it's roughly 30 minutes start to finish

      I use this bread all the time for garlic bread, meatball sandwiches, toasted paninis, a quick dinner bread, and my personal favorite....Italian Bruschetta. After my husband and I got back from Italy, several years ago/pre-kids, he set out to find bruschetta that tasted authentic to what we had in Florence, Tuscany and Rome. This is a close match to our Italy experience.  You have to try it! It's the perfect appetizer for a dinner party, makes a delicious topping for your fresh flour pizza crust, is an easy fresh and light summer lunch, or this week my family had it with fresh flour noodles to curate the full Italian theme!

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      Easy Berry Cobbler (Cake Pie)

      Easy Berry Cobbler (Cake Pie)

      This cobbler is literally the EASIEST thing to make. It is my go-to whenever I need a quick dessert and is a must-have for summer dinner parties (or anytime really)! It mixes together in just 10 minutes and uses our light and sweet Dessert Berry Blend. The top bakes into golden, crispy perfection with just the right amount of crunch, and I love to serve it warm with a scoop of ice cream on top. It’s the perfect summer treat for kids and adults alike! Plus, it's extremely versatile- you can use any fruit you have on hand. Fair warning: everyone will want seconds! 

      My friend Kristen is the ultimate hostess and she is the one who first introduced me to this Pioneer Woman recipe. Kristen often doubled the recipe and cooked it in a 9x13-inch pan for our small group get togethers. I’ve adapted the recipe to use Unsifted whole grain blends, which I think make it even more delicious (and nutritious)! 

      As an aside, I realize that there are many different types of cobblers. My young boys can't get past the fact that I usually make it in a pie dish.  They refuse to call it cobbler, so instead they lovingly call it "cake pie".  So there's another option for you too haha!  Regardless of what you call it, you have got to try this! Trust me - you’ll be glad you did :) 

      Happy Unsifted Baking!
      - Keira

      Easy Berry Cobbler

      (aka Cake Pie) 

      PREP: 10 minutes
      BAKE: 1 hour
      SERVINGS: 8


      3/4 cup Dessert Berry Blend
      (Approx. 1 1/4 cup Unsifted pastry flour)
      1 1/2 tsp baking powder
      1/4 tsp  sea salt
      1 cup + 1 tbsp organic cane sugar  (alt: white sugar)
      1 cup milk
      1/2 cup
      (1 stick)
      unsalted butter, melted
      2 cups fresh (or frozen) fruit (i.e. blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, sliced peaches, etc.)



      1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F and grease a 9-inch pie pan or 3-quart baking dish with butter (or use a 9-inch USApan and don’t worry about greasing!)
      2. Melt 1 stick of unsalted butter.
      3. Mill 3/4 cup Dessert Berry Blend on "pastry" setting (will yield approx. 1 1/4 cup Unsifted flour)
      4. In a medium bowl, whisk together all the Unsifted flour, 1 1/2 tsp baking powder, 1/4 tsp sea salt, and 3/4 cup sugar.
      5. Whisk in 1 cup milk.
      6. Whisk in the melted butter.
      7. (optional) If using fresh fruit, rinse and pat dry. No rinsing (or thawing) necessary for frozen fruit. 
      8. Pour the batter into the greased baking dish. Sprinkle fruit evenly over the top of the batter.
      9. Sprinkle 1/4 cup of remaining sugar over the fruit
      10. Bake for 1 hour, or until golden brown and bubbly. 
      11. When 10 minutes of cooking time remains, sprinkle the remaining 1 tbsp sugar over the top.
      12. Serve by the spoonful and top with whipped cream or ice cream.  It's best served warm, but also reheats well if there are any leftovers.
      Keywords: Whole Grain Blueberry Cobbler, Whole wheat cobbler, multigrain cobbler, blueberry cobbler, peach cobbler, blackberry cobbler, raspberry cobbler, cobbler and cream, strawberry cobbler, apple cobbler, organic cobbler, fruit cobbler
      If you try this recipe please leave a comment and tag @unsifted.kc

      Fresh Flour Snickerdoodles, whole grain cookie, healthier snickerdoodle

      Soft Chewy Snickerdoodles

      These are the softest snickerdoodles and you'll never guess they are loaded with whole grain nutrition.  I am shocked at how soft these cookies stay after they cool.  I do feel like I need to warn you….they are addicting! 

      Did you know that cream of tartar is technically called potassium bitartrate?  One teaspoon contains 495 mg of potassium.  So by using cream of tartar for this recipe you're getting approximately 33 mg of added potassium into your diet from this ingredient alone.  Combined with the approximate potassium in the Dessert Berry Blend you're now up to a total 71 mg per cookie.  It's not the recommended 3,500 mg RDI per day, but it's pretty darn good for a COOKIE!  And its still helpful if you're like most of the population and deficient in potassium.  Unfortunately our soil has become demineralized due to acid rain and other factors, so its important to ensure you're enough of the right minerals as they all work together.  As one nih.gov studies states, "Insufficient potassium intakes can increase blood pressure, kidney stone risk, bone turnover, urinary calcium excretion, and salt sensitivity (meaning that changes in sodium intakes affect blood pressure to a greater than normal extent)." (Source)  So here's to whole grain potassium filled cookies!

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      whole wheat cinnamon rolls

      Master Cinnamon Rolls (+Variations)

      Nothing compares to  f r e s h  flour homemade cinnamon rolls!  These whole grain cinnamon rolls are made with the same Simple Sandwich Dough from our Recipe Cards!  Using the same dough adds maximum flexibility and convenience.  They are tender, moist, and easy to roll with! 

      If you've never ventured into the cinnamon roll world, you can do this!  There's no reason to be intimidated.  My friend kindly made a cinnamon roll tutorial for us that you can watch as a primer!  Click on the image below to check it out. 

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      Fresh Flour Whole Grain Pie Crust with all butter

      Fresh Flour Pie Crust

      This homemade buttery fresh flour pie crust uses 100% whole grains, via our four grain Dessert Berry Blend, and 100% real butter.  It is flaky and can hold up to the savory weight of a chicken pot pie or sweet filling of a delicious apple pie.  I am a huge pie fan, but I am also pretty particular, because all crusts are not created equal.  I had arguably the best all-purpose crust recipe from my grandma, so I was initially nervous about fresh flour for pie crusts. I realize this is probably a non-issue for most people, but my family and I are rotisserie-chicken-pot-pie lovers, so I'm thrilled to share what I've been working on and what we've been loving. This one is loved by my family and I love the added nutrients and fiber they get while eating this delicious dessert!

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