Cancer, Health and Diet Related News
Source - Daily Mail
That's fine, but all this means is that by now many of us have a healthy scepticism about the next claim to come along. We start to suspect that quite apart from making the people who eat them hugely dull, foods that are 'good for us' may not be quite as good for us as we've been lead to believe.So when beetroot hit the headlines a few years ago with claims about improved athletic performance and lower blood pressure, many probably dismissed them. I certainly did.Then I met Dr Andrew Webb.
Source - Daily Mail
Baking is the ultimate in interactive, intergenerational family fun! From stirring the batter to licking the beaters, there’s a job for everyone, big and small.
Creating cookies, cakes and pies together doesn’t have to be a big production. If you stock your pantry with baking staples, you’ll be ready whenever the mood strikes your brood. (Got cousins or grandkids visiting? Baking together is a great way to bond!)
Dried spices lose their potency and freshness within six months to a year from the date they’re first opened, so the spices from last year’s cookie bake-a-thon may need to be replaced. Check your spice cabinet and then stock up on baking essentials, including:
- Pumpkin Pie Spice
For a new twist on your family’s favorites, check out our Whole Foods Market™ Cocoa Sugar Grinder. It’s a simple way to add a sweet, satisfying crunch to all kinds of cookies, from Classic Sugar Cookies to Chocolate Mocha Sugar Cookies.
Grandma tip: Got leftover bits of pie crust? My granny used to roll out the scraps, put them on a cookie sheet, sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar, then pop ‘em in the oven for a quick and toasty treat. This year, I’m going to take her tradition to the next level with the cocoa sugar grinder!
I can’t tell you how many of my baking projects have sputtered out because I thought I had vanilla, but the bottle in my cabinet was nearly empty. (Dang those opaque bottles!) Double-check your supply before you get started.
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- 365 Everyday Value® Semi-Sweet Chocolate Baking Chips
- 365 Everyday Value® White Chocolate Baking Chips Mini
- 365 Everyday Value® Semi-Sweet Chocolate Baking Chips Mini
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Whether you’re pinched for time or whipping something up on a whim, sometimes it helps to have a couple of baking mixes on hand. But don’t trade quality for convenience!
Our quality standards don’t allow any artificial colors or flavors, and our baking mixes are full of authentic ingredients — including real figs in our 365 Everyday Value® Sticky Figgy Pudding Cake Mix and real molasses and ginger in our 365 Everyday Value® Gingerbread Crackle Cookie Mix.
Does your family have a special baked good that you make every year? Share some inspiration from your oven to ours!