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Home Baking Association Members

ACH Foods
Argo Cornstarch
Bob's Red Mill
Cabot Creamery
California Raisin Marketing Board
Cereal Food Processors, Inc.
Chelsea Milling Company
Clabber Girl
Dromedary Cake Mixes
Farmer Direct Foods
Fleischmann's Yeast
Gold Medal Flour
Hodgson Mill, Inc.
Hopkinsville Milling Company
House-Autry Mills
Kansas Wheat
Karo Corn Syrup
King Arthur Flour
Land O'Lakes, Inc.
Lesaffre Yeast Corporation
Martha White Foods
North American Millers Assn
Rabbit Creek Gourmet Mixes
Shawnee Milling Company
Stafford Country Flour Mills
Stone-Buhr Flour Company
The Sugar Association
Ultragrain Eagle Mills
Washington Wheat Commission

Associate Non-Profit Members

Colorado Wheat
Share Our Strength
South Dakota Wheat Commission
Wheat Foods Council

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Everyone benefits when families bake together... children, parents and grandparents! Encourage families to bake together not just at holidays but all year long! Share family traditions, favorite recipes and the joy of baking as a family!

All ages will enjoy playing this game while waiting for the timer to signal baking is done! Check out this exciting game here.

to todays breakfast table and beyond...

Check out the Food Timeline for some fun trivia!

Believe it or not, some version of the pancake has been around for thousands of years. They are one of mankind's oldest forms of quick breads, with their roots dating back to Egyptian times.

Make Pancakes!

Make Friday Family Pizza Night!

Kids Baking Activity Preschool

Basic Pizza Crust Activity Fourth Grade

Cheese Tomato Pizza Video Click Here

Have fun baking with a parent, sister, brother, cousin, aunt, uncle or grandparent. Learn to bake a family favorite pie.

What is your favorite pie?

For the answer and more trivia visit the Book and Bake: Easy as Pie Lessons featuring activities for teaching and recipes for Press-in, Rustic, or Rolled pastry and also an Artists Touch tip!


These chewy oatmeal cookies, with a hint of whole wheat and lots of flavor, are easy to roll and cut out with your favorite shaped cutter!

Click here to view this delightful recipe!

Baking tip: When rolling dough for cutout cookies, roll from the center outwards, giving the dough a quarter-turn on the floured surface with each stroke of the pin. This will produce a more tender cookie than rolling back and forth over the dough.

The Home Baking Association encourages families to spend time together in the kitchen. Baking is an inexpensive family activity that provides opportunities for families to share baking traditions, recipes and family heritage that can be handed down through each generation. Recipes, baking activities and resources are provided to help families create new baking memories and traditions. From toddler to grandparent, baking is the perfect family activity! Celebrate Bake for Family Fun Month and share the goodness of baking with your family!

Click here to view more materials from the Home Baking Association

The Home Baking Association is excited to introduce a new baking resource! Baking with Friends will inspire children to learn a new baking skill while spending time in the kitchen. Parents, educators and teen youth leaders will find this colorful whimsical book filled with recipes and ideas for teaching baking to children of all ages.

Each recipe in this 74-page hardback book includes family baking activity, fun facts, vocabulary word and suggested childrens literature. Also includes 60 minute audio CD. Click here to order today!

Coax those 7th and 8th graders you know into the kitchen to help prepare foods for family gatherings. And while you are at it, encourage those kids to experiment with healthy recipe variations so they can enter the Stirring Up Health Middle School Recipe Contest!

Healthy Kids Challenge and featured sponsor, Del Monte, along with educational partners, Johnson & Wales University and Home Baking Association, are excited about the 9th annual recipe contest "Stirring Up Health".

The recipe contest provides a fun way for 7th and 8th grade students to relate to food, health, and basic cooking skills. Engage the kids you know to create or modify a recipe to make it healthier using Del Monte fruits, vegetables, or tomatoes.

WHEN: Contest is open September 1, 2010 to March 12, 2011
Winners announced April 2011

WHO: Open to all kids currently enrolled in 7th or 8th grade

WHAT: Check out rules and entry form at www.healthykidschallenge.com

New Order Form - Click Here

Whatever your educational or home baking needs, the Home Baking Association has resources available to make your life a little easier. Click on the link above to view our available resources.

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Coming in March, Community Service Baking!


"Promoting home baking by providing educators tools
and knowledge to perpetuate future generations of home bakers"

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