Tag Archives: spelt

Caraway Bread

It’s been way too long since I’ve blogged about anything. I’ve been quite busy, but things are a lot less hectic now, and I can focus on important things, like making pickles and baking bread. I had always thought caraway as a spice to use with rye sourdough bread, but this bread demonstrated me how […]

Cherry and Ginger Spelt Muffins

We usually don’t eat sweet things in the morning, but we did have these muffins for breakfast with a little vegan margarine and they were wonderful. They’re not too sweet, and there’s a nice gentle ginger flavor hiding in the background. Our cherries came from a jar, since fresh ones aren’t yet available around here, […]

Walnut Tomato Spelt Bread

This recipe is a variation on my recipe for Olive Tomato Bread, I just made a few alterations to the ingredients. I love this bread – it’s very satisfying and packed with flavor. Spelt flour and walnuts gave the bread a very nice texture, and I developed a topping that really makes sunflower seeds stick […]

Spelt-Oat Cookies with Chocolates and Cranberries

I made these cookies as a present for my mom, who had the opening for her art exhibit on Tuesday. I wanted her to have more than one flavor, so I divided the dough in three before adding dark and white chocolates and cranberries. Although these cookies might not be the ultimate decadence in cookie […]

Tomato and Potato Pizzas with a Spelty Crust

We baked these pizzas in celebration of snow that finally came to Helsinki on Tuesday – it had been raining water since before Christmas. Watching the snow flakes fall from the sky while devouring a homemade pizza and a bottle of German beer, all in the warmth of our home, is just about as good […]