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Sprouted Wheat Bunny Cakes

http://gnowfglins.com/2010/04/06/tuesday-twister-blog-carnival-2010-04-06 Well, well, well it has been a VERY long time since I have posted anything on here. Not only am I in school at The Institute of Integrative Nutrition but I have also been taking the eCourse from http://www.gnowfglins.com which just happens to be the sponsor of this Tuesday Twister. (You have to try Wardeh’s … Continue reading

Chocolate Candies-Tuesday Twister

http://gnowfglins.com/2010/02/09/tuesday-twister-blog-carnival-2010-02-09 I made a few batches of chocolate candies for a cooking class that I was doing and thought you might like the recipes for Valentines day. The following picture goes with the first recipe: The texture of the chocolate on these is similar to tootsie rolls. Not the melt in you mouth kind of … Continue reading

Apple Pie with Sprouted Wheat Crust

Okay, I am finally getting around to getting this recipe on here. As I said before this pie takes a little more effort, but the results are WAY worth it. In the past when I have made apple pie using raw honey as a sweetener, it always ended up being too watery. This method completely … Continue reading

Whole Wheat Donuts!!

Rising dough that is about to become something so delicious it should be a sin. This is about how thick you should roll out the dough. Break off a portion of dough and keep the rest covered as you work. I used a canning ring and the lid of a water bottle to cut the … Continue reading


These are my absolute favorite brownies that I have made, using natural sweeteners so far!! They are moist, dense and chewy. Oh…………….and VERY GOOD! This is before baking. Good enough to eat as is, but I think I’ll wait. Okay…….can you see the moist little crumbs of chocolaty (chocolatey) goodness?? These little morsels are melt in … Continue reading

Pineapple Filled Cookies

I got this recipe several years ago, so I tweaked it a little bit and they turned out really good. I hope you try them, I think you’ll like them. Put a mound of cookie dough on a lightly greased baking sheet, then get the back of a tablespoon wet with cold water and make … Continue reading

Oatmeal Cookies with sprouted wheat and soaked/dehydrated oats

These are some of my favorite cookies of ALL time! They are crispy, and chewy and sweet and buttery. Delicious! They spread out a lot when baking, so you need to leave a lot of room in between.   I made these with raisins, but you could add dried cranberries, nuts, naturally sweetened chocolate chips, … Continue reading


Apricots are in season. A friend of mine has a HUGE apricot tree and shared the wealth with me. Thanks Julie! When I first got them I was trying to think of all the wonderful things I could do with them. Hmmmmmm……… This is what I opted for. You can pre-treat the apricots with lemon … Continue reading

Tuesday Twister

  http://gnowfglins.com/2009/08/04/tuesday-twister-blog-carnival-2009-08-04/ Wardeh, thanks for all of the directions. I still am not sure if I have this right though. Sorry. This is what has been cookin’ in my kitchen. Trout served with Quinoa Tabouli   For the fish I just seasoned it with sea salt and lemon pepper. I then added some sliced lemons … Continue reading

Peanut Butter Bars

This is how they all started. Way back when I was in the 4th grade! They used to serve these with school lunch sometimes. I remember Steph C. and I loved them, so we found the recipe in the library at school. Who wants to lick the beaters??? Almost done! Right out of the oven, … Continue reading