Tag Archives: Home Baking Association

No Trick to Great Pumpkin Treats

No need to hang out with Linus all night in the pumpkin patch for Great Pumpkin treats when the Home Baking Association’s new officers will happily share their personal favorites! We’re confident you’ll love the scoop on these specialties. HBA … Continue reading

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Back to School Baking: Be a Myth Buster!

The school buses are rolling and so are the parents, teachers and food service pros creating delicious and nutritious breakfasts, lunches and snacks. Baking your own – at home, in child care, school or after school —gives you optimum control … Continue reading

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Let Test Kitchen Science Begin!

Test out some egg substitution options provided by our new member, Chef Gemma Stafford, of Bigger Bolder Baking. State the PROBLEM: Your test kitchen is baking a cake for a friend’s event. Your friend is either allergic to eggs OR … Continue reading

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Bake for Summer Learning

Call it Summer Baking STEAM or applied Math, Science, Literacy and Art—Baking’s got it all to keep the learning happening at home, community or in summer school programs. Over the weeks check out some of the options: Baking SCIENCE covers … Continue reading

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Celebrate! Celebrate!

This May we have layers of celebrations to prepare – from formal to informal. I can’t make all my own food to share, but here are three recipes I’m baking to personalize my gatherings. A friend has earned an “open … Continue reading

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Gardens and Baking Unite!

The soil is turned and warming up for planting. Those soft spring rains may bring tulips and daffodils, but it shouldn’t surprise you our thoughts turn to what we can BAKE with all that’s sprouting— both in the garden and … Continue reading

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Whole Wheat Cinnamon Swirl Bread

Just in time for Whole Grains Sampling Day On March 27th Makes 2 loaves.  Dough: 2 cups (1 lb.) filtered water at 110°F ¼ cup (1.75 oz) Olive oil, lemon infused ½ cup (5.5 oz) Molasses or Honey 2 Tablespoons (1 oz) Vanilla … Continue reading

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How to Make All Natural Homemade Food Coloring

Now more than ever we want to know what goes into our food.  What better way to know than to make your food yourself. Food dye has gotten a bad rap, so if you don’t want to use it or want an … Continue reading

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Your Guide to Bake and Take Month 2019

Giving a home-baked gift is a great way to show someone you care! Every March is Bake and Take Month, a time to celebrate your everyday relationships with some delicious baked goods. Bake and Take was created in 1971 by … Continue reading

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Whole Grain Baking Tips

Bake with a well-tested (standardized) recipe. Most good recipes may be baked as a whole-grain product. Start with half whole grain. Identify the amount of enriched all-purpose or bread flour in the recipe. Divide the amount in half. Substitute a … Continue reading

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