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.
Another oldie from Grandma’s recipe box. These Coconut Christmas Cookies are simple to make and delicious. Make them up on Christmas Eve and leave them out for Santa. We promise they will go down good with a tall glass of milk.
Straight from the recipe box, Grandma’s Nanaimo Bars are a favourite no bake desert! A chocolate, coconut and graham crumb base, custardy vanilla middle and a smooth chocolate top. Its an oldie, but a real goodie.
White Chocolate Cranberry Blondies. Add these bars to your holiday baking list! White Chocolate and Cranberry pair so well together, and these bars are no exception. They are easy and so fast to make, you wont be disappointed!
Nothing says December more than this impressive Gingerbread Bundt cake! Ginger, cinnamon and nutmeg give you all the holiday feels and keep your kitchen smelling like grandmas. It is finished with a simple maple glaze that will keep you coming back for seconds.
Stay home and brunch! This Blueberry Almond French Toast Casserole is an easy crowd pleaser. Your family will thank you.
Serve it with a dollop of our Heritage Vanilla Yogurt, a drizzle of maple syrup and orange slices on the side. We highly recommend a tall glass of milk for tour littles and a mimosa for you! Cheers!
Gingerbread Granola! This granola is packed with a filling mixture of oats and nuts, sweetened with maple syrup and a touch of molasses, spiced with warming gingerbread spices and pulled all together with browned butter 🤤.
Nothing beats hot cocoa on a cold winter night, or as a mid day pick-me-up when you come in from outside! There are so many versions of hot cocoa, but we think our Grass-Fed Milk makes it extra special. Try with 2% or 3.25%.
For a nightcap, skip the sugar and add Baileys instead. You’re welome 😉
Don’t forget to top with whipping cream – this is a must for our family!
Want to knock your families socks off? Deliver a loaf of goodness to a friend this holiday season? Make this spread for bread that is mouth watering and so simple!
Sunday baking made easy with leftover halloween candy! These sheet pan cookies are one bowl, and come together in 30 minutes from start to eat. Make them with your littles today, and enjoy them with a tall glass of milk.