Artisan Baker, Chef Peter Reinhart has been a long-time fan of Super Sprout™sprouted whole grain wheat flour. His sprouted whole wheat bread recipe using Lindley Mills' Super Sprout™ flour yields "quite possibly the best 100% whole wheat bread I've ever had. No sugar or honey, no oil, no preferment, and no long, extended fermentation--just flour, water, salt, and yeast." Try out Reinhart's favorite whole wheat bread recipe using Super Sprout™ sprouted whole grain wheat flour for a better-for-you wheat bread option.
On Christmas morning, it's always hard to choose between our Marvelous Oat Bran Muffins and Buttermilk Cinnamon Chip Scones. They are both great options and can be made ahead for an early morning boost. Read more to get our recipe and try it out!
Simple, flavorful, and healthy made-from-scratch muffins that will please everyone in your kitchen. These are the perfect snack on a cold winter afternoon, or breakfast addition with just a pat of warm butter. These gems are hearty enough to keep you going and sweet enough to be a treat.
This recipe is another one of Artisan Baker, Chef Peter Reinhart's favorite recipes for sprouted whole grain wheat focaccia using Super Sprout™ sprouted whole grain wheat flour. Try it as pizza dough too!
Here's our tried and true Super Sprout™ Sprouted Whole Grain Wheat buttermilk pancake recipe! It's a healthier and more flavorful option to other nutrient-lacking box mixes on the market. And it's just as easy to whip up! In just minutes, you'll have fluffy, delicious pancakes.
A Lindley Mills classic! Our Super Sprout™ Sprouted Whole Wheat Bread recipe is simple and nutritious. One 2 lb. bag of our Super Sprout™ Sprouted Whole Grain Wheat Flour will yield about two loaves of this delicious bread. Try it as a healthy replacement for your everyday sandwich bread and reap the bounty of nutritional benefits sprouted whole grains have to offer!
Cold winter days and warm chocolate chip cookies are perfect together. Give these cookies a try using our Super Sprout™Sprouted Whole Grain Wheat flour. Be prepared to make extra batches, though--these will go fast!