Author Archives: Cynthia @ FeedingBig

About Cynthia @ FeedingBig

I have always loved cooking, but for many years the recipes were of the quick and easy type. I homeschooled my daughter and we were always on the run! Now, she is in college and I have more time to learn new techniques and new recipes. Working with only whole foods and cooking/baking from scratch is my goal. When I am not in the kitchen, you can find me in my studio working on a sewing or quilting project! Checkout my blog Feeding Big.

Light Wheat Banana Bread

Light Wheat Banana Bread

Light Wheat Banana Bread Author: Cynthia Landrie @ FeedingBig.com Recipe type: Quick Bread A healthier version of your typical banana bread. Ingredients 2 cups wheat flour 1 cup white flour 1 tsp salt 1 tsp baking soda 3 eggs 1 … Continue reading

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Vegetarian Pizza and a Light Wheat Pizza Crust

Veggie Pizza

Pizza has always been a favorite weekend food in our house.  I am sure it is in many households! For years, I have had a recipe that I have sworn on.  It makes enough dough for 2 pizzas and that … Continue reading

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Light Wheat English Muffins

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I have always been a fan of English Muffins.  I love popping one out of the toaster and slathering it with butter!  Mmmm…nothing could be better for breakfast or a light snack. Our family has decided, like many families, to … Continue reading

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Light Wheat Pasta with The Wonder Mill

Making Light Wheat Pasta with the Wonder Mill

One of my resolutions for the new year is to eat healthier.  By this I mean adding more whole foods to my diet. In this vain, I pulled out my Wonder Mill and ground up some wheat berries.  It is … Continue reading

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Peanut Butter Dog Treats

Peanut Butter Dog Treats

I am a big animal lover.  I bet you are too. I have a sweet little pup named Daisy.  She is my constant companion, both in and out of my kitchen.  I have 3 cats too, but you know cats … Continue reading

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