Do you love baking warm apple bread? Is this your first time baking one? Apple bread is a scrumptious dish that requires only a little bit of work. With few ingredients and very little hassle, you can easily bake this apple cinnamon bread machine recipe for both small and large groups of people. Did you […]
Warm white beans, hearty and healthy quinoa and leafy kale infused with herbs make this soup rich and robust in taste!
Made with Granny Smith apples, buttermilk dough and a syrupy vanilla glaze, you won’t be able to keep your fork out of this einkorn apple dumpling dessert!
This low-carb einkorn cauliflower hamburger casserole recipe is filling and comforting and won’t disappoint!
Our spinach frittata is made with einkorn flour so even the wheat-sensitive can enjoy!
This hearty einkorn chicken noodle soup recipe is sure to be a family staple—the flavor is outstanding and so comforting!
Juicy strawberries and sweet batter come together to make the freshest einkorn strawberry cobbler you’ll ever put in your mouth!
A classic dessert with an ancient healthy twist—pucker up for these deliciously tangy and oh-so-sweet einkorn lemon bars!
Our easy, super moist einkorn banana bread recipe is so delicious. It will become your family’s favorite for breakfast or dessert!
You won’t be disappointed when you throw together this super easy recipe for hearty and delicious einkorn shepherds pie. We promise!
You’ll taste the difference in quality and flavor with this einkorn yellow cupcakes recipe. Of course, we’ve included directions for the ‘come-hither’ vanilla frosting too!
This einkorn veggie potato patties recipe makes a tasty breakfast, lunch, dinner or snack and is the perfect side dish to any protein.
This einkorn wheat berry winter breakfast bowl, inspired by the cold weather, is a great alternative to hot cereal!
You’ll be tempted to make a meal out of this black olive and einkorn focaccia recipe! It tastes great and goes with everything.
We took the pasta out of classic mac and cheese and made einkorn cheesy quinoa and broccoli instead!