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Halloween Creates Baking Magic!   

The holiday baking season is now upon us!  What a great opportunity for youth to learn the science of ingredients, and to share baking with others in their community!  Each month we provide ideas and recipes, so be sure to sign up for our newsletter and share it with your friends!

Huge Scary Spiders

These Huge Scary Spiders are bound to be a Halloween favorite as they crawl across the serving plate!  This whole grain cookie recipe is fun for all ages to make and was provided by The Sugar Association for the Dough Sculpting 101 DVD.  

DVD only
$25 includes lesson plan and 30 dough sculpting videos.
 
Sample clip from Dough Sculpting 101 DVD
 

How We Get Sugar

Have you ever wondered where sugar comes from? Would you be surprised to know that it comes from Beets and large stalks called Sugar Cane?  How is sugar extracted from these plants? Check out these helpful resources that explain how sugar gets from field to table!
 

Halloween Popcorn Balls

This kid-friendly recipe makes 24 popcorn balls! Older youth or adults can prepare the popcorn mixture. A perfect recipe for little hands to make and share! 

Thrill of Skill, guide for teaching ages 2 and up.

Provided by HBA Member Sokol and Company
White garlic cream sauce and mozzarella make a ghostly good white chicken pizza! Total preparation time is 60 minutes.  What a fun baking activity to shape the dough into a ghost! Check out this fun Halloween recipe here.

Provided by HBA Member Land O'Lakes

Is Yeast Alive?

An experiment for the classroom or home, The Science of Yeast activates a child's imagination and scientific reasoning. That's what we love most about Kitchen Science.

Provided by HBA Member Lesaffre Yeast Corporation 
You can help by hosting a Bake Sale for No Kid Hungry. And when you turn in your bake sale proceeds by Oct. 31, Domino Sugar and C&H Sugar will match them dollar for dollar -- up to $75,000 -- doubling the impact of your bake sale.
Do you teach baking in a classroom or community program?  Enter a baking lesson and/or baking activity to be eligible to win $1,000 and a trip to the 2016 Home Baking Association Annual Meeting.    

Entry deadline is March 31, 2016!


 

The Home Baking Association was graced by South Carolina hospitality at its recent annual meeting.  We so extend our thanks to Charleston and Columbia plus heartfelt best wishes as they pick up the pieces from flooding. 
 
Southeast baking includes a wealth of October harvests. Corn is a key crop and cornmeal a staple ingredient.  The Health Benefits of Corn deserves a shout-out thanks to North American Millers Association.
 
Southern baking simply can’t be beat (literally!) with everyday meals.  Martha White gets the scoop with Butter Milk Corn Cakes and Southern Cornbread
 
Southern self-rising wheat flour is one of the secrets to float-off-the-plate biscuits. Renwood Mills, Newton, NC shares this winning Southern Biscuit recipe, the work of Nikki Miller-Ka, a local food blogger.  They’re perfect for fall meals. Check out Nikki's recipe here!

Crumb or pound cake, molasses gingersnaps or sandies, and sweet potato or pecan pies all grace the southern dessert plates.  You’ll find true southern versions here and here as well
 
Finally, treat your favorite “haints” October 31st with Country Whoopie Pies. They’ll forget to trick!
 

Are you looking for interesting resources for the classroom this fall? We've got you covered!
 

Home Baking Association
Executive Officers

First Vice President

Tom Payne
King Arthur Flour


President:
Sam Garlow
Shawnee Milling Company

Second Vice President: 
Eric Wall
Cereal Food Processors

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Message from the President

 


 

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