Happy New Year from the Home Baking Association
January Monthly Action Idea
Breakfast GO POWER!
Eat breakfast to THINK-LEARN-GROW-PLAY!
Activity: Build a Breakfast Chain
Grades 4 and 5Check out this activity here!
HBA member Red Star Yeast provides this recipe! A classic whole wheat bread; slice thick to enjoy with
Land O'Lakes Butter, or thin for healthy sandwiches.
Check out the recipe here!
Enter the 2013 Home Baking Association Educator Award Contest and be eligible to win $1,000! The top entry will also receive an all-expenses paid trip for two to the 2013 Home Baking Association Annual Meeting. All entrants will receive a complimentary HBA teaching resource.
Whether you teach in the classroom, community programs, organizations or at home....anyone teaching baking to others is encouraged to enter. Entry deadline is March 31, 2013!
Find more information here
National Festival of Breads is America's only amateur bread baking contest. Home Baking Association members sponsoring this year's event include: King Arthur Flour, Fleischmann's Yeast, and the Kansas Wheat Commission.
New for 2013 is a Youth Category! Educators encourage students to participate! Adult and youth contestants are invited to submit recipes.
Entry Deadline: January 31, 2013. For more information
How to Enter - Click here
"Triple Tangerine Twirling Treats"
The Home Baking Association is planning a 30-minute "Baking Substitution Science" webinar for early 2013.
The webinar will provide information for baking substitutions including Greek yogurt, whole grains, agave nectar, stevia/sugar blend and sodium reduction. Please complete this brief survey to assist us in planning.
Take the survey by clicking here!
Visit our newly revised Glossary with over 350 terms!
Whole grain Using whole kernel or ground whole kernels of a grain (barley, corn, oats, wheat, soy, rye) in a food at 51% or more of the flour weight. There must be more flour than sugar and fat for the food to be a"grain food" product. 16 grams of whole grain flour or meal per serving is 1/3 of the daily need for whole grain in a diet.
Learn more: www.wholegrainscouncil.org or www.bellinstitute.com.
Bread Machine Activity Guide
Spiral Bound, 73 pages
This activity guide is a special project of the Education Committee of the Bread Machine Industry Association, a non-profit organization that promotes the use of bread machine smart technology for bringing families together and enhancing education.
The activity guide contains a wide array of ideas and materials to assist in teaching with bread machines. The guide includes concrete activities that can be adapted to various ages and areas of study. View more