• Black Friday Deals 2021
    Alexandra Holdeman
    Kitchen Kneads Black Friday Deals 2021 | We have a great list of specials this holiday weekend, in-store and online! We will send an email to our subscribers reminding you when the list goes live. Select options Quick View Fresh Nuts, Peanuts, Salt City Nut Company Spanish Peanuts Raw 0 out of 5 $5.19 – $11.09 Select options Quick View Fresh Nuts, Peanuts, Salt City Nut Company Spanish Peanuts Roasted & Salted 0 out of
  • Vegan Sugar Cookie
    Alexandra Holdeman
    Vegan Sugar Cookies Soft vegan sugar cookies that hold their cookie cutter shapes! Perfect for Christmas, Valentine's Day or any other holiday. Have fun with easy icing and sprinkles of course! Print Recipe Pin Recipe Calories 149 kcal Ingredients  IngredientsSugar Cookies3/4 cup vegan butter earth balance preferred, slightly softened3/4 cup granulated sugar2 tablespoons unsweetened almond milk1 tablespoon cornstarch1 teaspoon vanilla extract1/4 teaspoon almond extract optional, but so good2-2 1/4 cups all purpose flour divided (correctly measured) (can use a substitute)1/2 teaspoon baking powder1/2 teaspoon saltEasy Icing1 1/2 cups powdered sugar1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract1/4 teaspoon almond extract optional1 tablespoon light corn syrup can omit, but it makes the
  • Caramel Month Header
    Alexandra Holdeman
    When October comes around and everyone is on a pumpkin spice kick. I’m over here on a caramel kick. I’m always searching for caramel knacks and finding new and exciting recipes like Caramel Apple Cider. And without fail, I have to have a caramel apple every year. What is the Halloween season without one? Here are some of our awesome tips, tricks, and overall caramel knacks! Caramels melting point is 150-170F. The blocks we sell
  • venison
    Alexandra Holdeman
    Venison, which usually refers to deer meat, is low in calories, lean, and nutrient-rich. Packed with vitamin B12, phosphorus, and iron, this meat will provide all the great unseen extras to your dishes. It’s also low in fat and cholesterol. Normally, because of how lean it is, this meat has a tendency to cook very fast and dry out. Kitchen Kneads recommends lowering the temperature when cooking on the stove. One of the best ways
  • Alexandra Holdeman
    Collected from the Native knowledge of our state, Utah loves fry bread. Although, in Utah, we have learned to call them scones. If you haven’t had an infamous ‘utah scone’ you sure are missing out on one of the most versatile and simple morsel. Utah Scone   For the longest time, I didn’t know that there could be any other type of scone. I became a server at a small cafe and after serving a
  • Candy Corn Cookies
    Alexandra Holdeman
    Another summer is coming to an end, and the debate continues.  Candy Corn–YES or NO? The leaves are turning, the cold is creeping in, and Halloween is just around the corner. Every year it always seems like someone somewhere rises the debate about candy corn. For me, it’s my daughter, she loves it, I hate it. While the world continues to debate on whether or not candy corn is good or not. We found this
  • Caramel Apple Cider
    Dawn Mikesell
    Caramel Apple Cider I don’t know how I got through the fall without this Caramel Apple Cider! Before it was introduced to me by a coworker about 6 or 7 years ago. This is my adaptation of the popular coffee shop drink. Only, this one is way cheaper and just as delicious. Plus, you can make it in mass and serve it at your Halloween party or Thanksgiving. Everyone will love this drink so much,
  • Pumpkin Spice Scones
    Dawn Mikesell
    Pumpkin Spice Scones Scones have quickly become a favorite treat for me. I’ve tried several different recipes over the last couple of years and they’ve all turned out great. But I have to admit that these Pumpkin Spice Scones are definitely #1 on my favorite scones list. None of the scones I’ve made have ever been this soft. Don’t get me wrong, all those other recipes are fantastic. But I was surprised when I took
  • kitchenkneads
    Each week of warm weather and the summer brings excitement and memories. I read a saying recently that said, “The story of food is also the story of who we are.” When I was a young mother, we lived in New jersey and some of my fondest memories are going to the diner on Saturday for breakfast or lunch. This week my daughter and the grands were in town. With moving boxes packed and challenging
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