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Classic Pumpernickel bread

Molasses and a tiny bit of cocoa powder give this bread its rich, dark color. Perfect sliced thinly as a based for canapes, or spread with sweet butter and served with cheese and fruit.

Pain d'Epices - French Honey Rye Cake

In France, this kind of spice bread or cake is often called a “couque.” Traditionally, the rye flour and honey were allowed to ferment for as much as a month before the other ingredients were added and it was baked.

Three Grain Pan Rolls

These tasty little dinner rolls get their name from the three whole grain ingredients — bulgur, oats, and whole wheat flour — and because they bake in round cake pans. They’re easy to make and are out of the oven in almost no time at all. The seeds on top add flavor and fun crunch!

Fresh Tomato Basil Tart

This tart is the perfect way to celebrate the first tomatoes of summer! It’s a wonderful meatless dish that highlights fresh garden or farmer’s market ingredients. Try it as an appetizer or main dish. You can top the finished dish with additional basil for a pretty presentation.

Tailgater's Favorite Stew

Nothing is more appealing on a blustery day than a big serving of this ambrosial stew. It’s great for potlucks and outdoor get-togethers because it’s easily transportable and there is nothing to add.

Roast Chicken with fruit-studded Wheatberries

Here’s a special-occasion dish that is both delicious and pretty to look at — perfect for Sunday dinner or guests. Serve this with steamed baby carrots seasoned with a dash of cumin to complement the flavors of the chicken.

Sunnyland Mills Asian Inspired Tabouli Salad

The secret to this bright and tangy salad is the unusual (but easy to make!) dressing. You can make all sorts of great summer salads with whole grains, vegetables, and a quick dressing.

Citrus Scented Fruit and Wheat Salad

This delicious cold mixture of cooked bulgur and dried fruit is packed with flavor (and fiber!)

Kamut Cranberry Walnut Scones

Whether for breakfast, tea-time or bedtime snack… scones are always a great choice!

Whole Grain Shells with Cauliflower and Roasted Tomatoes

Scrumptious shells meet delicious vegetables for a dish that’s tasty and nutritious.

Rotini with Braised Fennel, Carrots, Spring Onions

This easy-to-make dish combines carrots, onions, garlic and fennel. Preparation and cooking time should only equal about half an hour, so you will have plenty of time to relax and enjoy the meal.

Penne with Cabbage and Mushrooms

This whole grain pasta dish goes perfectly with a white wine. Plus, the preparation is minimal and the whole dish should be ready in just 30 minutes. Quick and delicious!

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