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August 20, 2014

Back to School is Easy with Erin Baker's

Let me paint a picture for you: It's first thing in the morning, the kids aren't out of bed yet (you barely woke up for that matter), the dog is whimpering to go out and your significant other is already on their way out the door for work... at least the coffee pot started automatically... too bad breakfast can't start itself as well. Does this sound familiar?

Busy women in the morning multitasking
When I first started baking my...
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June 19, 2014

Erin Baker's Partners with Shepherd's Grain

I’m thrilled to announce my newest partnership in the grain industry – Shepherd’s Grain! Shepherd’s Grain is a farmer owned company consisting of Northwest Farmers committed to no-till agriculture to preserve our land with sustainable practices. This ties directly into our company values of using the highest quality ingredients while still giving back to our community. I assure you that our...
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March 13, 2014

Get Festive with Green Food & Smoothies for St. Patrick's Day

Everyone has fun getting decked out in their green for St. Patrick's Day... how about we add a healthy twist to this tradition? There's plenty of ways to show your spirit with the food you're eating and I'm not talking about green eggs with ham! I'm challenging you to give green smoothies a try! They are a great way to get loads of nutrients into your body in one sitting without a lot of effort....
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September 12, 2013

Vanilla Almond Homestyle Granola Cookies

There are so many great ways to use granola in baking! My Homestyle Granola especially because it's already soft so it blends into recipes very nicely. We are always experimenting in the bakery and my team decided to have some fun with our Vanilla Almond Homestyle Granola and this is what they came up with, give it a try and let us know what you think!
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August 22, 2013

Nutritious Back to School Snacks

It's that time of year again, when all of the kiddos are going back to school... keep their tummies full and brains energized with healthy snacks that nourish their bodies!
Below are some great ideas that I've spotted online as well as my wholesome baked goods that we know kids will go for. I love all of these ideas because you can so easily adjust the ingredients to fit what your kids will enjoy.
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May 23, 2013

Rainbow Confetti Coleslaw Recipe with Tangy Dressing


I don't know about you but I grew up with Coleslaw. My mom made a lot of variations of this crunchy, flavorful salad to go with sandwiches, burgers, fish and chicken or even as a meal on its own! There are a few tricks to coleslaw that are very helpful to know:
  1. Toss your coleslaw as you need it. One of the yummy parts of traditional coleslaw is the creamy, sweet and sour dressing. If you dress it...
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April 26, 2013

DIY Roasted Rosemary Almonds Recipe


Snacking is my secret to not over eating during the day! Healthy snacking can be challenging if you're not prepared, that's why I take at least one day out of the week to get everything chopped, sliced, seasoned, and/or baked. One of my favorite snacks is almonds... I love the crunch, flavor and healthy nutrients they add to my diet!

Almonds are one of the most nutritious nuts to snack on, because...
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April 12, 2013

5 Ingredient, Simple Coconut Macaroons Recipe

Not too sweet and gluten free!
These tasty treats are easy to make and provide you with the rich fiber, protein and iron that is found in unsweetened coconut! Unsweetened coconut also contains good fatty acids that metabolize as energy and is a good source of potassium. Other than these macaroons, unsweetened coconut can be used in curry, cooked with chicken, sprinkled on salad or mixed into...
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March 14, 2013

Ice Cream Pie with a Chocolate Granola No Bake Crust!

As you all know, I'm an avid supporter of healthy eating... but we all need a treat now and then! My rule for when I indulge is to make sure there are still some wholesome ingredients that my body can gain nutrients from. A very simple recipe that I like to make for friends and family is ice cream pie... who doesn't love ice cream (or frozen yogurt)?

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February 01, 2013

How to Make the Perfect Kale Winter Salad

I am a big fan of the "one bowl" meal and salad definitely falls into that category. I get most of my daily veggie intake this way. During the winter I take full advantage of the dark leafy greens, cabbage, carrots and any veggies that are well priced and in season. You have to think of "salad" as a blank canvas... you really can't go wrong with any combination you want to try. A few basics that...
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