Tag Archives: spelt

Apple Pie Muffins

I occasionally get serious apple cravings, but because of my allergies, I can’t have raw apples. That’s when I have to start baking, and these muffins definitely satisfied my apple tooth: they are both filled and topped with yummy apple cubes. Walnuts, cinnamon, and a hint of ginger added a wintery spiciness to these soft […]

Apple Spelt Pancakes

We buy organic spelt flour form a local farm, and I’ve been experimenting with it lately, adding it to all kinds of baked goods. Spelt flour has a lot of flavor and a great texture, and I think it should be much more widely used than it currently is. I used only spelt four in […]

Feel-Good Muffins

This is another muffin recipe I engineered after the holidays, when I wanted to bake something that would be good for the tummy and still have a lot of flavor. The delicious, subtly sweet spiciness of these muffins makes them a desirable snack any time of the day. Maple syrup is a little bit of […]

Queen’s Oat and Spelt Muffins

These muffins are filled with jam made of raspberries and blueberries, a combination known as the Queen’s jam in Finland, although we don’t have a queen. We do have a female president, but as conservative as it may seem, I don’t think that President’s muffins sound nearly as appetizing as Queen’s muffins do. These are […]

Gift Cookie Mix

This was a Christmas gift recipe we developed to give out as presents. We wanted to make a cookie mix of our own, but also wanted to make sure that the receiver of the gift would have no need to add any non-vegan items in the recipe. We also wanted to be able to pack […]