Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Posts Tagged ‘Non-GMO’

If you are one of those people who lives for summer and is bummed to see it fading away, we’ve got a great recipe this month that will allow you to hold on to your favorite season that much longer. These Sweet n’ Savory tacos combine our Triple Berry Fiber Power granola with avocado, arugula and quinoa to give you a tasty and filling entree! If you make the recipe, be sure to let us know how it came out for you!

Sweet n’ Savory Soft Tacos

Serves 4

SweetSavoryTaco.1

Ingredients

  • 2 cups water
  • 1 cup quinoa
  • 1 tsp. extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1 tbsp. sesame seeds
  • 1 scallion, thinly sliced
  • 1 cup Bakery On Main Triple Berry Granola
  • 8 large gluten-free tortillas, warmed
  • 1 ripe avocado, peeled, pitted and diced
  • 1/2 cup Greek plain yogurt (or dairy-free yogurt)
  • 1 cup arugula lettuce

Directions

  • Bring water and quinoa to a boil in a medium saucepan.
  • Reduce heat, cover and simmer for 15-20 minutes or until water is absorbed. The germ will be visible when the quinoa is cooked.
  • Remove from heat and add olive oil, sesame seeds, scallion and granola; mix well to combine.
  • Lay tortillas on a flat surface; fill with cooked quinoa mixture.
  • Top with diced avocado, yogurt, arugula and scallions.
  • Roll tortillas or eat open-faced.
  • Serve warm.

sweetsavorytaco.2

Read Full Post »

Photo Apr 17, 10 58 42 AM We know some of you will be celebrating holiday’s this weekend, so I challenged our R&D team Jegadish and Jennifer, to come up with a dish that is fun to make and spring themed, perfect for this weekend’s activities! One thing you should know about our R&D team is… they are magnificent at what they do! They came up with the perfect creation to make alongside your egg coloring! It’s simple, you’ll just need the following: -1 large clean cutting board to cut your watermelon and use as a base when you use the cookie cutters -1 large seedless watermelon -Large Chef’s knife -Animal shaped cookie cutters -A melon baller or a Parisian scoop (If you want to be fancy about it!) -Plastic wrap -Colorful toothpicks or coffee straws   Be sure to read through the directions before starting the recipe. photo First thing you will need to do is cut off the ends of your watermelon (about 2 inches in from the end.) Save these because you will use them later. Next, cut full circle slices of your watermelon about 1 inch thick. Use your animal shaped cookie cutters to cut out pieces of the watermelon. Once you have made as many shapes from the watermelon slice as possible, cut another 1 inch thick piece and repeat. photo1           photo3   After you have finished cutting out shapes, use the melon baller to scoop out the ends of the watermelon.  You can either eat the watermelon balls or serve them along with your shaped pieces! After you have cleaned out the watermelon ends, use the plastic wrap to line the inside of them. granola_bowl You now have a perfect serving bowl! You can fill it with nuts, cottage cheese, greek yogurt, or follow our lead and fill it with Bakery On Main Granola! To decorate the serving bowl, stick the toothpicks around the bowl and place some of your animal cutouts on them. So it looks like the below picture. Photo Apr 17, 10 57 00 AM Photo Apr 17, 10 57 21 AM Have fun with it and decorate it in any way you wish! Your kids are sure to have enjoy making it, and the best part? It is a gluten free, Non-GMO healthy and refreshing dish! Any suggestions on a name for our latest Bakery On Main recipe? Whoever’s nomination is chosen will win a Bakery On Main sample pack! Photo Apr 17, 10 57 54 AM UPDATE 4/21/14 – Thank you to Samantha Mackie for helping us with naming this recipe!   For better living, -Bill

Read Full Post »

 

cleanchoice2

Clean Eating Magazine has made a name for itself by bringing its subscribers a guide book to eating and cooking whole food in the most natural state. The magazine’s audience can learn to enhance the natural flavors of meals without compromising the integrity of their food.

Clean Eating Magazine annually  hosts the Clean Choice Awards where the magazine highlights a number of packaged products that they feel are the best of the best in terms of clean (whole foods with little to no processing) and healthy. The products are judged on taste, mouthfeel, addictiveness, ingredients, responsible packaging, and time-saving convenience.

Well, guess what? Our Traditional Oatmeal won! That’s right, the same traditional oatmeal that is made up of certified gluten free oats, and ancient grains like chia, flax, quinoa and amaranth. We’re now so excited to say that when you eat our traditional oatmeal, you are eating a 2014 clean choice winner!

Here’s a closer look at the nutrition label of our Traditional Oatmeal.

Traditional_Nutrition

Pick up some  Traditional Oatmeal from our website today and let us know what you think. Also, be sure to look for us in this April/May issue of Clean Eating Magazine.

CE41 Cover Options FINAL.indd

 

For better living,

-Bill

Read Full Post »

Happy St. Patrick’s Day from us to you! Guess what? It is, your lucky day!

stpaddys14

We’re offering 25% on sleeves of  our Coconut Cashew Truebar website orders from 12:00 am Saturday, March 15th through 11:59 pm on Monday March 17th! Looks like you found a pot of gold after all! This pot of gold is gluten free, Non-GMO, Kosher certified, made up of coconut & cashews with 5% Chia seeds, and all low glycemic index ingredients!

bakery-on-main-truebar-coconut-cashew-02

Use promotional code “luckytruebar” at checkout to receive your 25% off sleeves of our Coconut Cashew Truebar!

Enjoy the holiday and may the luck of the Irish be with you!

-The Bakery On Main Team

Read Full Post »

%d bloggers like this: