Help me Win a Wondermill Grain Mill to Give Away!!!

I have been sharing recipes over at the Grain Mill Wagon blog for two months now. The nice folks over there sent me a Wonder Mill Grain Mill to try out, and in exchange, I’ve shared 5 different recipes on their blog the last two months. It’s been a lot of fun and I hope you have all enjoyed the recipes I shared.

I found at last week that the GMW blog is running a contest in October. The author of the post with the most unique page views will win a fabulous prize package – including another grain mill. Since I already I have two grain mills, I would love to win this mill to give to one of my lucky readers.

You can help me by clicking on all of the links below {starting in October, please…} and sharing the recipes with your friends!

Here is a recap of my 5 recipes at the Grain Mill Wagon blog.

 

 


My first post was for Homemade Toaster Waffles – a great way to simplify busy school mornings. These waffles are one of my go-to recipes for breakfast. My kids love them and ask for them all the time. I love pulling them out of the freezer on busy mornings and popping them in the toaster. Viola – breakfast in 3 minutes! You can see this post here.

My next post was for Homemade Refried Beans from start to finish in under 10 minutes!! These beans save me often when we need a quick lunch. They are great on tortillas and chips, and make a wholesome, quick lunch.

My third post was for a DELSIH, 5 Grain Bread – chalk full of healthy ingredients: wholewheat flour, chia seeds, flax seeds, oats, and sunflower seeds. Try this bread! You won’t be disappointed. My recipe yields 5 beautiful loaves you can make in under 90 minutes from start to finish – so you can enjoy wonderful bread all week long.

Last week I posted a recipe for wonderful scones – and the best part, you can simplify your mornings by mixing the dry ingredients ahead of time and storing in your freezer until you’re ready to bake. My favorite scones are blueberry. But I also love to make chocolate chip scones and apple/pear is also a wonderful combination. This recipe can be used for any type of combination you want! Please take a look at the recipe here: Mix & Match Scones for the Freezer.

And today I shared my recipe for the perfect pie crust out of freshly ground, 100% whole wheat flour! This is my last recipe over at the Grain Mill Wagon. You can learn how to make a fabulous pie crust here.

I hope you will visit each of these recipes starting in October and share them with your friends. I’ve got a lot of work to do to win the prize, but I know you can help me out! My grain mills really help me feed my family wholesome food for next to nothing. A 50 bag of organic wheat berries lasts me about 2 months and costs under $20 from Azure Standard. Using that bag of wheat, I make 100% of our baked goods! I would love the chance to give someone their very own.

Thank YOU for helping me!