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Lessons, Tips, & Recipes — Gourmet Mixes

Heartland Gourmet’s Organic Focaccia with Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Look at this delicious Organic Focaccia Bread with Sun-Dried Tomatoes!  This is so easy to make and is perfect for serving up as an appetizer at your summer parties.  Wanda’s Organic Sun-Dried Tomato Focaccia is just one of the 12  Organic Mixes Heartland Gourmet offers, with this particular mix being over 95% organic.  You can indulge in this delicious bread and know that it’s healthy too! Focaccia is bread dough that is very similar to pizza dough, but often rolled out thicker and dotted with fingers, tops basted with olive oil, and topped with spices, tomatoes, peppers, garlic and a variety of other toppings.  It is delicious served alongside any meal, and your family and friends will eat it faster...

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Oatmeal Raisin Cookies Regular, Organic and Gluten Free

Today I would like to introduce you to Heartland Gourmet’s Oatmeal Raisin Cookie.  Are you an Oatmeal Raisin Cookie, Chocolate Chip Cookie or peanut butter cookie fan?  If you ask a group of 100 people you would probably get equal results.  Oatmeal Raisin Cookies have been a popular cookie in American Culture since the early 1800’s.  In fact, America has its own Oatmeal Cookie Day, which is April 30th.  I can still remember the smell of grandma’s house when she would be baking Oatmeal Raisin Cookies.  They were one of her favorites. We can help you satisfy your oatmeal cookie craving.  Heartland Gourmet manufactures three varieties, regular, organic and gluten free.  Our gluten free variety is processed in a certified...

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Gluten Free-Back to School Tips

One of my least favorite days of the year is the first day of school. Saying goodbye is hard enough. When your child has a food allergy/intolerance or medical condition it can add another level of worry and preparation for heading back to school. Here are some ideas, steps and tips that I’ve picked up over the years that have helped our family and can hopefully help yours 1. Inform the teacher/school/school nurse of your child’s allergy/intolerance. This one seems obvious and simple but I’ve been surprised at the different reactions I’ve gotten from teachers over the years. Some have jumped right in, communicated and always advocated for my child. Some are annoyed at having to worry about one more...

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