Looking for whole grain recipes? Whether it's healthy brown rice, bulgur, oatmeal, or quinoa, our whole-grain recipes run the gamut from low-calorie and high-fiber to sumptuous and indulgent.
No-Bake Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies
Mix the first 4 ingredients and boil for 5 minutes, stirring constantly. Add the oatmeal. You can also add raisins or nuts if desired. Drop…
Apple Cinnamon Rice
In medium saucepan combine all ingredients, except parsley. Bring to a boil, stir. Reduce heat to simmer, cover and cook 15 minutes, or until rice…
Chocolate chip butternut squash bars
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease and flour bottom of 9×9 inch pan Melt butter on stove-top in medium saucepan on med. heat. Add brown…
Brown and drain ground beef. Saute onions. In casserole sprayed with non-stick spray, empty corn and tomatoes, and rice. Add cooked beef and onion, and…
Sweet Potato, Quinoa and Butternut Squash Gratin
With all its creamy richness, this dish is just a little bit indulgent, but, oh, so worth it. All of the flavors combine to make this a dish worthy of a special occasion.
Quinoa with Roasted Butternut Squash and Cranberries
This is a simple grain and vegetable recipe can be made regardless of your skill level in the kitchen.
Grandma’s Chocolate Bread Pudding
Combine all ingredients and stir to mix, pour into baking casserole dish and put into pre-heated 325 degree oven and bake, stirring 3 – 4…
Heat up your milk. Get it to 120 degrees or thereabouts. Add in the shortening; it should melt and combine with the milk. If it’s…
Good Morning Cheese Grits
Here’s a quick all-in-one hearty morning meal, starring the Southern staple grits, with a good boost of protein.
Jalapeno Cheddar Cornbread
Aged extra-sharp Cheddar adds rich flavor, buttermilk adds tenderness, and jalapenos add gentle heat to an irresistible cornbread.
Fruity Breakfast Cookie
This breakfast cookie is densely packed with fiber, omega 3s, protein, iron and taste.
Almond Honey Crunch
This recipe, featuring honey, sliced almonds and corn flakes, is perfect for kids to cook and snack on. These small clusters are fun to eat on their own or with milk or yogurt.
Peanut Butter-Rice Cereal Bars
Peanut butter, sugar and corn syrup replace marshmallows in these addictive cereal bars. Fudgy and rich, they rock.