Display your flag…wear your red, white & blue…create a red, white & blue breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Celebrate Flag Day – Friday, June 14th!
Celebrate with “Made in the USA” products. Create your own red, white and blue shortcakes, pancakes, waffles, fruit crisp, salads, fruit pizza - you name it! Even your peanut butter and jelly sandwich, made even better with one of our Sturdiwheat bread mixes.
Every Sturdiwheat product is all natural with no preservatives and “Made in the USA”!
oh so easy summer dessert and so delicious!
Is it true …are we really going to see more SNOW?
Well we know it won’t last much longer…haha…but let’s think spring and remember May Baskets!
Do you remember making cone shaped May Baskets out of bright colored construction paper, using your favorite colors from your crayon box, decorated with your art work? You attached a pretty ribbon, went out and picked wild violets or baked some sweet treats, put them in the baskets and off you went to the neighbors to sneak it on their door knob before anyone saw you. You rang the door bell and ran as fast as you could so they wouldn’t catch you. If they did catch you… they kissed you! It was fun trying to get away and keep a secret whose door you went to.
Tomorrow is May1st…bring back a tradition or with this May SNOW, invite your neighbors for a fun breakfast, lunch or dinner. Sturdiwheat products are so easy and delicious, your neighbors and family will love it!
Sturdiwheat Shortcake Mix, fresh strawberries
and don’t forget the Whipped Cream!!
Sturdiwheat Shortcake mix is the perfect way to whip up an easy and delicious dessert.
Prepare Sturdiwheat Shortcake Mix as directed. Serve warm or cooled. Slice off the top of shortcake – add whipped cream & fresh berries to the bottom half of the shortcake. Replace the top of the shortcake – add more berries and whipped cream if desired. Enjoy this very traditional All-American dessert.
This is what summer is all about!
Sturdiwheat – Saving you time in the kitchen – and making you the expert.
Rhubarb is ready so why not surprise your family with a dessert they will love!.
Sturdiwheat’s Apple Crisp Topping Mix is great with any fruit. Rhubarb is a vegetable but the USA (since 1947) classifies it as a fruit because of it’s tart nature.
8 cups chopped rhubarb (1 inch pieces)
1 cup sugar
2 tablespoons flour
Mix flour and sugar. Toss rhubarb in sugar mixture and spread evenly in an ungreased 9×13 pan. Prepare Apple Crisp Topping Mix as directed on package. Crumble on top of rhubarb and bake according to directions.
Enjoy warm with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream!!
Searching for that perfect cornbread.
I admit – having an iPad in the kitchen is wonderful. It is so handy for finding ideas and recipes. And having thousands of recipes available through the Internet is a great way to find recipes that are new and even some that give us a new twist on our favorites. Google is your kitchen friend! I Googled “cornbread recipe” and received “about” 1,100,000 hits in less than two-tenths of a second. Now THAT is too many for me — so what’s next?
Where does one go for perfect cornbread? How about Sturdiwheat? Oh – you thought that Sturdiwheat only had dynamite pancakes and awesome bread? Look behind Door Three! This cornbread is excellent. Moist. Flavorful. And as always, Sturdiwheat has made your kitchen an easier and more pleasant place to be.
With Sturdiwheat, of course, you can always just add water (and in this case some melted butter) and that’s it. Or – you can try some new tricks of your own. This time I used the Lemon Corn Bread. And added some frozen blueberries.
Follow the simple instructions on the package. When the batter is ready, spoon half of it into the bottom of the 8″ x 8″ pan. Sprinkle a cup of fresh or frozen (thawed) blueberries on the batter. Top with the remaining batter. Baking may take an additional 5 minutes because of the moisture in the blueberries. The cornbread is done when a toothpick inserted in the center comes out dry.
The light lemon flavor and the blueberries combine for an excellent result. Use it for brunch, for breakfast, for a mid-day snack, or for an addition to an appetizer table. It didn’t stay around for long. Color this Lemon-Blueberry Cornbread GONE!
Sturdiwheat. As always – Putting a smile on your kitchen time.
The drive along Lake Pepin between Minnesota and Wisconsin this weekend was really a showcase of spring. Flowers inching up from the ground. The shades of green as far as the eye can see. The warm sunshine. The welcoming songs of birds urging us to be out and enjoying the refreshing of life.
Take the drive! Stop at a scenic spot and have a picnic. Enjoy the lunch. Enjoy nature. Enjoy the time.
And with the lunch, how about some Oatmeal Raisin Bars? So easy. So good. So healthy. Sturdiwheat has it. Check it out. www.sturdiwheat.com. A great way to end the lunch before continuing on the journey downstream.
Make it a great day.