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Hello all, blogger Kimberlee Stevenson of Southern Roots Kitchen recently did a review of Wildtree’s Beer Bread. She also posted some great recipes ideas, especially for those of us who don’t drink or purchase alcohol! Remember, the beer bread can be made with other carbonated beverages like Sprite or ginger ale. Here are the recipes from her site:

Here are some other ways to use Wildtree’s Beer Bread:

To Make: Substitute this INSTEAD of beer:
Hawaiian bread Mountain Dew
Cinn-A-Dew Mountain Dew, 1/2 c. cinnamon chips, sprinkle with 1 Tbsp. of sugar
Low Fat Hawaiian Diet Mountain Dew, spray with Pam
Ginger Bread Root Beer, 1/2 cup molasses, one scoop of Chai tea
Cherry Bread Black Cherry Soda and chopped maraschino cherries
Cherry Bread 2 Dr. Pepper and chopped cherries
Cran-Orange Bread Orange Juice and chopped cranberries
Orange Bread Orange Crush & drained mandarin oranges
Peanut Butter Bread Cream Soda & 1/2 c. peanut butter chips. Sprinkle top with sugar
Banana Bread 2 cups ripe bananas & 8 oz Sunny Delight
Pumpkin Bread 12 oz. Orange Soda, 12 oz. can pure pumpkin
Drop Biscuits 12 oz. Buttermilk
Corn Bread 15 oz can creamed corn, 1/3 cup oil, NO beer or pop
White Chocolate 1 can Vanilla Coke, 1/2 cup white chocolate chips, macadamia nuts (optional)

To view the Southern Roots Kitchen Blog click here!

Wildtree’s Beer Bread comes in 4 tasty varieties: Quick & Easy (Plain), Whole Wheat, Flax Seed, and Whole Wheat Flax Seed. To purchase one of these varieties click here!.

So, do you have any other fun and tasty recipes for this versatile bread? Please share!


To purchase theis sauce and other great Wildtree products click here

Of Pots and Pens

I don’t usually promote products, but sometimes I come across things I really enjoy and want to share with readers.

While parading around in the sun at Sunday’s Taste of Pennsylvania Wine and Music Fest, we came across a stand of Wildtree products. I’d never heard of the company before this past weekend, but think of it as a Pampered Chef for food products. Representatives host parties and sell the products in their area.

We tasted everything — dipping oils, barbecue sauce, chocolate mousse. After an afternoon of wine tasting and sunburn, the free samples were a nice snack. I resisted buying an entire bottle of dipping oil in fear that I would go home and eat an entire French loaf. If I were to buy some, I would have picked out the jalapeno grapeseed oil or the  Mediterranean Balsamic dipping oil.

But I didn’t want to pig out.

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Today’s Product Spotlight is Wildtree’s Old Fashioned Lemonade! The great thing about this lemonade mix is that you can use it for more than just a great summertime drink! Below is a video showing how to make a great pie with the mix. Happy Eating! 🙂

Here’s the recipe for this tasty pie!

Berry Lemonade Pie
Provided by Wildtree from Warwick, RI
12 ounces raspberry
12 ounces blueberries
3 tablespoons Wildtree Old Fashioned Lemonade
1 box prepared pie dough (2 crusts)

Preheat oven to 370 degrees F. In a large bowl combine the raspberries, blueberries, and Lemonade Mix. Unroll the prepared pie dough into a pie pan and press firmly into the bottom and sides. Use a fork to poke a few holes in the bottom of the pie dough. Fill with the berry mixture. Roll the second pie dough over the top of the pie. Use your fingers to press the two crusts together. Brush the top crust with a beaten egg; cut three or four 1 inch slits in the middle of the top crust to allow steam to escape. Bake the pie at 375 degrees for 30-40 minutes or until the crust is golden brown and the filling is bubbling. Serve warm or chilled.

To purchase the Lemonade Mix click here

Today’s Product Spotlight is Wildtree’s Hearty Spaghetti Sauce Blend! This lovely blend of seasonings can be used to make a customized spaghetti sauce, season meals, or even make a healthy salad dressing! Below is a video showing a use of the blend. Happy Eating! 🙂



To purchase the Spaghetti Sauce Blend click here

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