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2 cups rolled oats
1 cup whole wheat flour
3/4 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup wheat germ
3/4 cup dried cranberries, blueberries or cherries
1/2 cup slivered almonds, pecans or walnuts
3/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup honey
1 egg, lightly beaten
1/2 cup canola oil
2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
1. Preheat oven to 350° F. Spray a 9×13-inch pan with cooking spray. Combine the oats, flour, sugar, wheat germ, dried fruit, almonds, cinnamon and salt in a large mixing bowl; mix well with a spoon. Make a hole in the center of the ingredients.
2. Pour the honey, egg, oil and vanilla into the hole. Use your hands to mix it well.
3. Pat the granola in the baking pan. Use an oven mitt to place it in the oven. Bake for 25–27 minutes or just until the mixture is golden brown around the edges. Remove the pan from the oven with the oven mitt and place on a wire rack. Cool for 5 minutes. Use a table knife to cut into bars while still warm; the mixture will become too hard to cut if it becomes cool.
Source: Recipe Adapted from Junior Leagues In the Kitchen with Kids
Treat yourself to a new holiday dessert tradition with an ice cream sandwich layer cake made using Pierre’s Peppermint Ice Cream Sandwiches!
2 – 10-pack boxes of Pierre’s Peppermint Ice Cream Sandwiches
1 jar of hot fudge topping, slightly warm
1 package of small peppermint candy canes and/or one package of pre-crushed candy canes
1 container/can of whipped cream
Pre-crush some of the candy canes, enough for about ½ cup, and set aside.
Slightly warm the hot fudge until it is spreadable, but not so hot that it will melt the ice cream.
Unwrap your Pierre’s Peppermint Ice Cream Sandwiches and arrange to create a bottom layer inside a standard baking pan, approximately 9” x 13”.
Spoon and evenly spread about half the jar of hot fudge over the first layer of ice cream sandwiches and then sprinkle with about half of the crushed candy canes.
Arrange a second layer of ice cream sandwiches atop the fudge and crushed candy cane layer.
Spoon and spread the remaining hot fudge to cover the second layer of sandwiches.
Cover and freeze until ready to serve.
When ready to serve, top with whipped cream and sprinkle with the remaining crushed candy canes.
For fun, serve with a whole mini candy cane on the side.
Fruit baskets make the perfect gift! They are packed with healthy, fresh fruits from our Produce Department – and can be customized to include anything from our entire store! Here are the seven baskets our produce experts put together this season:
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5 Tips to Make your Gluten-Free Lifestyle Delicious & Nutritious
If you follow a gluten-free lifestyle, you know that grocery shopping and meal preparation can often be frustrating. Searching the supermarket for the right products and coming up with easy, tasty meal options isn’t always easy. Let Buehler’s be your personal shopping assistant! Our stores strive to meet the individualized dietary needs of our shoppers and we provide expert advice along with an exciting selection of new and unique products that will add taste, nutrition, and diversity to your gluten-free meals. Whether you’ve just started following a gluten-free eating plan, or you’ve been going gluten-free for a while, we’ll help you make fun, flavorful meals that will satisfy both your taste buds and nutrient needs. Registered Dietitian, Shari Steinbach, provides the following tips to help you shop for and prepare tasty gluten-free meals that are delicious and nutritious:
Emphasize nutrient-rich choices
Start by loading your cart with fresh foods that are naturally gluten-free such as fruits and vegetables, milk, unprocessed cheese, meat, poultry, fish, eggs, beans/legumes, eggs, nuts and tofu. The next step is to search out gluten-free sources of grain such as rice, corn tortillas and grits. These foods can comprise the basics of your eating plan. Then it’s time to discover the wide variety of special gluten-free items available at Buehler’s like baking essentials, snack foods, condiments and more.
Explore the store
You don’t have to go on a lengthy scavenger hunt to find gluten-free products at Buehler’s. We make it easy by having Healthy Living sections and Gluten-free tags in a growing number of our locations and we are continually expanding our offerings with delicious new products. Each time you shop, select a few new gluten-free items to try. You’ll find a variety of exciting choices in the baking, snack, pasta and cereal aisles to name a few. We also have delicious options in our frozen and bakery departments.
Currently seven of our stores are set up with the Healthy Living tags and signs: Ashland, Orrville, Massillon, both Medina locations and both Wooster stores. We hope to expand the program to all 13 stores by the end of 2021.
Find your favorite baked goods and baking ingredients
Buehler’s has a large variety of options to choose from regarding these products so it’s just a matter of finding your favorite. Look for whole grain gluten-free breads and crackers, pasta made with brown rice or bean flours and flour blends that can be substituted equally for wheat flour. The new products in these categories offer more taste and better-for-you choices than ever before and Buehler’s is committed to making them available to our customers. You’ll find many of our favorites on our Gluten-Free Shopping List, and by seeking out the gluten-free tags in the Healthy Living section of our aisles.
Be a label reader
If you are unsure about a product fitting into your eating plan, be sure to check out the label. It will tell you if a product is made with gluten-free ingredients and can serve as a short-cut for finding the right foods. Click here for a list of ingredients to avoid. Some foods also have advisory statements, like “May contain wheat,” or “Made on equipment that also processes wheat.” Some companies use them to warn allergic consumers about a real risk in the processing of a food. On the flip side, you may see statements like “Made in a dedicated gluten-free facility,” or “Made on dedicated gluten-free equipment.” You will learn the ins and outs of label reading faster than you might think.
Stock up on easy meal components
One way to always ensure you have a quick and healthy gluten-free meal on hand is to customize your kitchen those products that help you easily assemble simple meals. Click here for a one-week menu planner featuring gluten-free products from Buehler’s in simple assembly meals.
Join our Dietitians as they discuss Gluten Free Tips!