Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Whole wheat Turkey Cookies and Wheat Berries

 ****Don't forget to enter the Joseph's Grainery Whole Grain Cookie Mix Giveaway!!!****


If you are looking for the wheat berries... Scroll past these yummy cookies!








My daughter is signed up to bring snacks to preschool tomorrow. So I whipped up these cute little guys!








What you need:


A can of frosting or make your own

Candy corn

M&Ms or skittles

A few chocolate chips

Make your cookies, then frost around the outer edge where the candy corns will go.

Smoosh on the candy corn.

For the eyes and beak and gobble thingy, dab a little bit of frosting on each piece of candy and stick it where you want it to go.

Ta-Da! Turkeys!

Now for the wheat berries:

What are they?

Wheat berries are like cooked rice, only it is cooked wheat.

You take the whole wheat kernels and cook them in a crock pot or soak and boil them.







Here is my favorite way to cook them:

Mix 1 cup of wheat with 3 cups of water in a crock pot. Cook on high for 4-5 hrs (depending on your crock pot). When the berries are soft like cooked rice, they are done.








So what do you do with wheat berries?

You can use it as rice replacement, meat fillers, or in desserts.


Or go here and check out the awesome recipes at Joseph's Grainery.

Or stay tuned for a new Teriyaki Stir Fry with Wheat Berries I am making tomorrow. I have my wheat berries cooking as I type.

Maybe you should go get some started too!!!

Linked to this linky at Hodge Podge Friday.

5 comments:

  1. Hahaha! How you fixed the corn was very cute! :D I thought those were beads! LOL

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  2. That is awesome! I would love for you to come link up at my Strut Your Stuff Linky Party!
    http://danajeanward.blogspot.com/2010/11/strut-your-stuff-party.html

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  3. So cute! I think that these are adorable and they are a great way to use up leftover candy corn from Halloween. I am sure the kids in her class loved them

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  4. Kristin, that was my exact thinking (WHAT to do with all that left over candy corn!!!?)

    Dana, DONE! Thanks for the invite.

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  5. Those turkeys are just way too cute. Excellent idea for using up candy corn.

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