As many of you know in visiting our website or social media platforms, we are a family farm, passionate about what we do. The farm was founded in 1955 and until 2013 we were unable to link what we did on our farm to a product on the shelf. That changed in 2013, we decided that we wanted to put our name on some products so that we could link our story and what we do, to a product consumers could get behind.
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Do you know enough about the food that you consume? Or do you need a recipe? We have you covered! Here we will give you information about modern farming. Still, because it's more fun for you to share delicious food then facts about agriculture, we have included some awesome recipes developed by our family.
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This apple feta salad is fresh and light paired with our yogurt poppyseed dressing. It is wonderful for lunch or as a side for dinner with chicken or steak.
The addition of walnut is a MUST. You can add raw, but we love to toast ours in a little butter, brown sugar and cayenne. So good! Find the recipe here.
The perfect addition to your salad and equally delicious to snack on during dinner prep! These Brown Sugar Butter Toasted Walnuts come together in just 5 minutes and will be a new favourite.
We add a dash of cayenne to these, we love the the sweet and spice!
Top your oatmeal with our Grass-Fed Vanilla Yogurt, our stove top Cinnamon Pecan Apple Recipe and a drizzle of maple syrup. We say this a lot… but it is sooo good!
Making your oatmeal with milk instead of water is a game changer. It’s extra creamy, more satisfying and keeps you full longer! Try it and you will not go back to water, we promise.
Our very favourite taco topper. Grass Fed Heritage Natural Yogurt plus pantry stable spices = the most delicious Crema! It comes together in just minutes and will take your tacos next level.
Lunch Box Muffins! These muffins are loaded with goodness. Banana, apple, zucchini, carrots, beets and blueberry! They are heavy on the spices and pack a punch. Add them to your weekly meal prep for the perfect school or work lunch addition! Bonus: They freeze really well!
A good banana muffin is a staple at our house. With the addition of chocolate? Well, that’s a no brainer! These muffins are made with 5 bananas, our grass-fed heritage yogurt and butter, and some pumpkin pie spice gives it just the right flavour. (more…)
Yogurt Waffles! You cant go wrong! Brunch is made extra special by tinting the batter pink and using a heart shaped waffle iron. We then topped the waffles with our Heart Shaped Whipped Cream. (more…)
The cutest hot chocolate topper!
You will be Super Bowl ready with this Tangy Spinach Artichoke Dip! Half the recipe to serve your family on Sunday. Its a bit lightened up from the original, made with yogurt instead of a mayo/sour cream mixture that you may be more familiar with.
The PERFECT cookies to make with your kids. 4 Ingredients and 1 bowl. Did we say they are the perfect kids Valentine baking project?
The sneaky trick to these Red Velvet Crinkle Cookies is they are made with Cake Mix! You would never know. They look so impressive! And they go down great with a tall glass of milk. 😉
Marble Heart Cookies. Just in time for Valentines day. Cute, and delicious on their own or with a glaze. Add these to your February baking ASAP!
Yogurt Bark is so easy to put together and is a healthy and satisfying snack! Have a teething little one? This is going to be a hit!
It seems so often a bundle of bananas goes brown on us. This browned butter banana bread is the perfect solution! It has warm hints of cinnamon and nutmeg and the addition of walnuts, coconut and (of course) chocolate chips! Best enjoyed warm as an after school snack with a generous smear of Sea Salted Grass Fed Butter or peanut butter. Have a picky eater? Sub the walnuts for extra chocolate chips!
Seven months pregnant and I suddenly had the urge to master the chocolate chip cookie. Who doesn’t want to be the mom with the best chocolate chip cookies? I envisioned an oversized chewy classic cookie – one that would be on repeat for me to make with my family.
Lemon Poppyseed. A classic and so good! The lemon glaze really fancies these muffins up, don’t skip it!
You cant go wrong with this peanut butter granola. It is sweetened with honey, and has an added sprinkle of peanuts and mini chocolate chips that will make it your new fav. Its delicious served with our Heritage Grass Fed Vanilla Yogurt.
Adding yogurt to your morning smoothie is an easy way to add creaminess with a punch of added benefits like probiotics, additional protein and calcium.
Add our Grass-Fed Heritage Yogurt to your go-to smoothie recipe, or try our Creamy Avocado Pineapple Smoothie!
Left over cranberries from the holidays in your freezer? Use them in these yummy Orange Cranberry Yogurt Muffins! So good served still warm with a generous spread of butter.
They are topped with additional cranberries, an orange slice and an extra sprinkle of sugar giving them the perfect muffin top. This recipe makes 10 large muffins. We like to bake only 6 muffins at a time to allow them to rise with out baking into each other.
Gingersnap Cookies… perfectly crunchy and chewy. These are great any time of year, but especially delicious around the holidays!
Christmas break calls for White Chocolate Peppermint Lattes at home! Garnish with whip and a candy cane to feel extra festive.