More Great Brands for All-Natural Holiday Baking
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More Great Brands for All-Natural Holiday Baking

Posted on Monday, December 9th, 2013 at 8:00 am
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Christmas bakingGreat Brands for All-Natural Holiday Baking

All-natural baking is taking the world by storm! If you’re committed to your traditional baking brands, you may be surprised to learn that there are many great brands dedicated to making high-quality, all natural or organic flours, sugars, chocolates and much more! In the past, we introduced you to Arrowhead Mills, Wholesome Sweeteners, Horizon Organic, Bob’s Red Mill and more. We were excited to bring you those bands, and today, we’re excited to bring you even more! Check out  a few more all-natural brands perfect for your holiday baking!

Alter Eco – Alter Eco is committed to bringing you chocolate, quinoa, rice and sugar products that taste great and benefit the environment. Try some of their delicious chocolate or fair trade organic sugars in your favorite chocolatey recipes!

Ginger People – Ginger is an iconic flavor of the season. Ginger People crafts delicious ginger candies, sauces, syrups and more that ginger fans everywhere will definitely love. If your recipe calls for grated or minced ginger, or ginger chips, give Ginger People’s organic products a try!

King Arthur Flour – King Arthur Flour has produces additive-free all-purpose flour, bread flour, whole wheat flour, unbleached flour, and more! Have a gluten allergy? King Arthur Flour has you covered with a gluten-free flour! Why not give them a try in your holiday baking?

McCann’s Irish Oatmeal – The best oatmeal comes from the Irish counties of Kildare and Meath. That’s where McCann’s get all of their oats from. If you’re making delicious oatmeal raisin cookies give McCann’s Irish oats a try and take your recipe to the next level!

Melt Organic – Looking for a healthy alternative to butter? Melt Organic makes a buttery product made with organic virgin coconut oil and palm oil. It’s perfect for use in recipes for cookies, cakes, breads and more!

Blue Diamond – Blue Diamond’s artisan flavored almonds, plain almonds, and almond milk help you “Get Your Good Going.” For cookies, cakes or breads that call for almonds, look no further than Blue Diamond. Their products are easy to find in your local grocery store. While you’re picking up the plain stuff, why not grab a tin of flavored almonds? You know, to snack on while baking.

Looking for more all natural brands to add to your baking? Maybe you’re in search of organic brands to add to your everyday meals? Check out our Natural Brand Directory for a list of brands you’ll be sure to love!

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