Recipes

Lemon Blueberry Bread
This Lemon Blueberry Bread made with Jubilee Red Fife Flour is moist, fluffy and packed with sweet delicious blueberries and makes a perfect treat for your favorite guests but easy enough to make for yourself.
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Layered Chocolate Cake
Need a delicious chocolate cake for birthdays or other celebrations? Look no further! Made with simple ingredients like yogurt, maple syrup, and Red Fife. This recipe will yield two 9" rounds (three 6" rounds) or one 9" x 13" sheet cake. Use your favourite icing recipe. Please forgive the hack job on the icing...can you tell I one-handed it while holding a fussy baby lol
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Red Fife Galette Dough
Here’s our go-to recipe for galette dough. A galette is a free form pie, that is wrapped around filling either sweet or savory. Why do we love them? Well a galette is a lazy woman's pie. A galette is a happy woman's pie ;) You simply roll out the dough into a dough circle and top it: no pie pan or crimping required! Make this with whatever you have on hand; summer stone fruit is some of my favorite or use up leftover's for a savory pie (as seen above- leftover roast beef + cheese + chives).
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Sourdough Brownies
Here's a delicious way to use up the sourdough discard that comes along with feeding a sourdough starter. I’ve been trying to come up with easy, everyday recipes to use this discard instead of throwing it out to the chickens.
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Red Fife Artisanal Pizza
This pizza has exceptional flavour. The dough is soaked and fermented 24 hours for easy digestion and highest nutrition.
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Traditional Sourdough Pancakes
This recipe is from the book 'Alaska Sourdough' by Ruth Allman. Unlike regular pancakes, this sourdough version offers a much more complex flavour. We typically add raspberries and serve with a touch of maple syrup or mixed berry compote. They can easily be made vegan by replacing the egg with 1 tbsp of ground flax mixed with 3 tbsp of water and left to soak a few minutes. They can also be made wheat free by using rye sourdough.
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Heritage Red Fife Pancakes- soaked for highest nutrition
Recipe credit to Sally Fallon from Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats, 2001
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Red Fife Soaked Muffins- Berry, Raisin, Dried Cherry, Fruit Spice, and Lemon variations
For grains to be efficiently digested, we need to either soak, sprout or sour leaven them. These soaked muffins are bursting with flavour...and fresh fruit! They make a healthy, hearty side for breakfast or a quick snack. These muffins require only one bowl - less dishes yay! Add up to 1-1/2 cup of your favourite berry combination. Enjoy!
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Red Fife Bread- Dairy Free (a soaked bread for highest nutrition and easy digestion)
This is a favourite in the Bakker house! It is an easy soaked red fife bread that is light, fluffy, delicious and incredibly nutritious and easy to digest. For grains to be efficiently digested, we need to either soak, sprout or sour leaven them. This is a dairy free recipe so it's great for those who need to avoid dairy. I make a double batch of this recipe and bake all 4 loafs at the same time on convection in my Pampered Chef Stoneware Loaf Pans. Recipe Credit to Danelle over at Weed'em & Reap
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Red Fife Bread (a soaked bread- for highest nutrition and easy digestion)
This bread is an easy soaked homemade whole wheat bread that is light, fluffy, delicious and incredibly nutritious and easy to digest. For grains to be efficiently digested, we need to either soak, sprout or sour leaven them. This bread is our favourite for sandwiches. Keep in mind the soaker and sponge will be prepared the day or night before you wish to make the bread. Recipe Credit to The Elliot Homestead
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Red Fife Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies
These cookies are made with Red Fife flour, coconut oil, oats, and dark chocolate. Perfect for those with a dairy intolerance. The coconut oil gives it a distinct AMAZING flavour! These are the cookies we used to bring to the Farmer's Market. Update: we now use lard instead of coconut oil from our Forest Pork (because it's what we have on hand). The taste is still great and I find the cookies keep their shape better.
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Red Fife Soaked Pumpkin Muffins
Fill your kitchen with the wonderful scents of fall with this delicious recipe. They make a healthy breakfast or snack and they freeze well. These muffins require only one bowl - less dishes yay! This recipe makes 12 muffins or 6 mini fluted cakes. Recipe credit to Katie Kimball over at Kitchen Stewardship
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