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Rafflecopter Giveaway: Fall Baking Prize Package!

Gold Medal White Whole Wheat Flour

Fall is the best time for baking!

There are so many things that I love about fall- the changing leaves, crisp mornings with sweaters and mugs of coffee, thick cozy socks and blankets -But the best thing about fall is the baking!

I live in Yakima, in Central Washington, which is the Apple Capital of the World– and that means I’m lucky enough to get loads of free apples during this time of year. So many people have extra, and I’m always more than willing to take ’em off their hands.

One of my favorite things to make with all those apples is a crisp- and I’m always looking for new versions to try. When I got this great package from My Blog Spark, and saw that it included some yummy recipe cards, I was SO excited to see that one of the recipes included was Caramel Apple Crisp! I’m so excited to make up a batch of this later in the week, and share it here with you guys! {No licking the screen, ok guys?}

Interesting stuff about Gold Medal White Whole Wheat Flour:

  • Perfect for family favorite recipes like breads, pizza dough, cookies, muffins and brownies, Gold Medal White Whole Wheat flour bakes up golden and has a milder flavor than baked goods made with regular whole wheat flour.
  • Start by simply substituting whole wheat white flour for 25 to 50 percent of the recipe’s flour content.
  • You may wish to add an extra tablespoon or two of the liquid used in the recipe when substituting Gold Medal White Whole Wheat flour or decrease the amount of flour by one to two tablespoon for recipes that call for all-purpose flour.

Healthy Meals + No Complaints = Happy Momma!

It can be hard sometimes, making sure that your family is eating the healthiest foods. Making small changes like baking with Whole Wheat flour can make a big difference- and this new White Whole Wheat flour from Gold Medal is whole grain, but with a  taste and texture more like an all-purpose white flour- meaning no one will notice the switch to a healthier ingredient! This is a brand new product, and just became available this month- but it should be easy to find, I got mine at the local Walmart.

More Yummtastic Fall Recipes!

Another reason I get excited for fall is for pumpkin-flavored goodies! I wait in anticipation all year for the Pumpkin Spice Latte’s at Starbucks- {PS, if you love them too, check out this amazing DIY Pumpkin Spice Latte- just like Starbucks!}, I’m a pumpkin bread junkie, and I totally adore just about any baked good with pumpkin in the title. So, here are a couple other Gold Medal recipes I’ll be trying out soon too- Dutch Apple Pumpkin Crisp– which sounds like a really cool combination of flavors, these adorable Spider Web Pumpkin Pancakes, and these Apple Streusel Cheesecake Bars. Mmmmmm…..

Win Your Own Baking Package Too!

One lucky fan will win a set just like I got:

  • A VIP coupon to get a FREE Full Size Package of Gold Medal White Whole Wheat flour.
  • Instructions for conversion when baking.
  • The lovely classic Gold Medal logo Cookie Jar.
  • A full set of cooking and baking recipe cards!

Enter to Win!

Use the easy peasy Rafflecopter Entry form below to enter to win this great fall baking set, and remember to come back to get your daily BONUS entries each day too! And, stay tuned… Later this week I’ll share my experience baking the Caramel Apple Crisp with the new Gold Medal White Whole Wheat Flour.

{Disclosure: The Gold Medal White Whole Wheat flour product, information, and giveaway have been provided by Gold Medal through MyBlogSpark.}



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Comments

  1. Thanks – I would bake the snickerdoodle bars.

  2. whole grain strawberry pancakes

  3. Tamma Borzotra says

    I would make the cinnamon rolls!!! love cinnamon rolls!

  4. Overnight Eggnog Streusel Coffee Cake!

  5. stephanie miller says

    i forgot to put the votes in! it was 5675 at the time i voted, shes such a cutie!!

  6. THe grasshopper cake looks tasty:)

  7. I would make Caramel Pecan Brownies!

    http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/caramel-pecan-brownies/c5a6aa89-fe7d-4ecb-ad78-3942e8809dda?sc=All Gold Medal Flour® Recipes&term=Gold Medal Flour&itemId=6815e1a5-f4d2-4f1c-aa3c-8be8d0251079

  8. Amber Jordan says

    I would make the cinnamon rolls.

  9. I’d make lemonade party cake
    msboatgal at aol.com

  10. I would like to bake the Dutch Apple-Pumpkin Crisp.

  11. kay swederski says

    My favorite – are snickerdoodle cookies – so would love to make snickerdoodle bars!

  12. Wheat bread!

  13. Teresa Moore says

    Garlic and Asiago Bread Loaves is what I like to try to make.

  14. Ginger spice cupcakes. Yum

  15. rhonda hagy-miller says

    The pecan caramel bars look wonderful!

  16. Matt Ferrell says

    Healthified Homemade Pizza sounds good!

  17. Jennifer Johncock says

    I would make cinnamon rolls!

  18. Maria Gabriel says

    I’d love to make the Sugar and Spice Cake. I’ve never made one before, but with the help of the website it doesn’t look too hard.

  19. Monique Rizzo says

    Cinnamon rolls. YUM
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill12@gmail.com

  20. Jennifer Clay says

    I would bake some cinnamon rolls! Thanks for this great giveaway!

  21. I would bake the Glorious Morning Muffins.

  22. Kat Emerick says

    I would make the Banana Bread.
    kat_emerick@yahoo.com

  23. Matt Ferrell says

    I’d like to make some Glorious Morning Muffins. Yum!

    animasou @ comcast . net

  24. I would try the Jackolantern cookies and the snickerdoodle bars. Thank-you for this oppotunity.

  25. Lisa Borth says

    Their snickerdoodle bars sound amazing.

  26. the cinnamon rolls

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