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One of the biggest joys of freshly milled whole wheat at home is experimenting and finding out just what can be made. Having the whole grain on hand, milling it and using it in a variety of ways just opens the doors wide for budget stretching and nutrition!

I used to think that English Muffins were one of the most difficult things to make.  I mean, look at them!  They are small discs of toasty goodness with the pull apart texture that makes them toast better than any slice of bread.  Not to mention, we have always made Egg-Mc-Miller-Muffins  for special occasions and I was afraid I’d mess things up by trying to make a Whole Wheat English Muffin.  Boy, was I glad to be WRONG!

The May 31st Newsletter will have the full recipe and steps for making your own whole wheat English Muffins.  Trust me, if I could do it – you can do it!  So be sure you’re signed up for the Newsletter.  Also, we’ll be having a live video class on this – so you can see the techniques and ask questions!   We’ll notify you of that class in the newsletter too!

I’ll leave you with my favorite picture from my adventures in Whole Wheat English Muffins!

EnJOY playing with your food!  You may never know what you can do until you try!


4 Responses to Freshly Milled Whole Wheat English Muffins

  1. Loretta Phipps June 29, 2012 at 12:33 am

    Will you be repeating this class on English muffins? I was not here when you did it in May. I love these & sourdough is my most favorite, so far. Store bought whole wheat always tasted like cardboard (no I’ve never eaten cardboard but I have a vivid imagination). Is sour dough anything that you would do? I know it requries a starter that you keep going but if we could make this & use whole wheat too it sounds like a match made in heaven.
    Just talking about it makes me hungry. Now that I can can my own apricot jam & lime marmalade the sky is the limit.

    • Hi! Yes we do intend to repeat that class it included Bagels as well (o:
      This recipe is not sour dough, and I’ll be honest…I struggle with sour dough anything! It’s moodier than *I* am!! (o:
      But the freshly milled English muffins absolutely BEAT any store bought…sour dough, whole wheat or white. They are SO good!

      Likely it will be an August class (o: Keep me on my toes!
      See you Tuesday!

  2. Just sign up for newsletter. Will I be able to get this recipe and/or video? Really interested in making These English Muffins.

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