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Southwestern Lentil Soup

We’re nearing the time of year when I’ll stop making soup on a regularly basis, but I’m going to continue my tradition of making a big pot of soup on Sunday night for as long as I can. I love starting the week with plenty of leftovers to take to work for lunch. I’ve been trying …

March 20th, 2018  |  Published in Featured Post, Recipes

Grassmilk Yogurt Lemon Poppy Seed Pound Cake

I pretty much always have a carton of Grassmilk Yogurt in the fridge since I use it in my breakfast green smoothies every day. My schedule was a little crazy last week and I ran out of time to make smoothies on a couple of mornings and ended up going into the weekend with extra yogurt on …

March 13th, 2018  |  Published in Featured Post, Recipes  |  2 Comments

Cranberry Orange Shortbread Cookies

One of my favorite holiday traditions is making plates of cookies to deliver to family and friends. I love the ritual of spending time in the kitchen working on recipes and putting together delicious plates of treats for all of my favorite people. Driving around to deliver the plates is the perfect excuse to stop …

December 21st, 2017  |  Published in Featured Post, Recipes  |  1 Comment

Sweet Potato Dinner Rolls

When I signed up for bread detail at our Thanksgiving this year I initially planned on doing some basic white rolls. After seeing a few versions of these pretty Sweet Potato Dinner Rolls showing up in my newsfeed I was instantly drawn to the idea of including some sweet potato in the rolls. My family …

November 22nd, 2017  |  Published in Featured Post, In the Kitchen, Recipes

Spiced Pumpkin Roll Cake

Roll cakes are so fun and impressive to look at, and they’re shockingly easy to make.  I love the pretty swirls of bright white frosting next to the pumpkin cake, and when it tastes even better than it looks- you know you’ve found a great dessert. The cake can be whisked together by hand and …

November 9th, 2017  |  Published in Featured Post, Recipes  |  3 Comments

Corn, Scallion, and Cheddar Strata

Our farmers market has had all kinds of delicious produce lately. Fresh corn is one of my most favorite summer foods and I always grab a few ears when I’m at the market. I know corn season will be coming to an end soon so I’m trying to eat it as much as possible. This …

August 30th, 2017  |  Published in Recipes

Chocolate Eclair Icebox Cake

When I was living in Wisconsin I stopped by the Viroqua Food Coop on a very regular basis to get a quick meal from the hot bar. One of my favorite desserts was their individually sized Chocolate Eclair Cake, and I could almost always find a reason to justify why I deserved this treat. I haven’t been …

July 24th, 2017  |  Published in Featured Post, Recipes

4th of July Cheesecake Dip

Do you have any big plans for the 4th of July? I’m so looking forward to the long weekend and spending some time outside enjoying the summer weather. I also have a few BBQs lined up and am excited to bring along this delicious no-bake dessert. Cheesecake is one of my favorite desserts, but it …

July 1st, 2017  |  Published in Featured Post, Recipes

Tres Leches Cake

Up until a couple of years ago I had never tried a Tres Leches Cake (which is “three milks” in Spanish). When a friend requested it for his birthday I spent a few hours scouring the internet comparing recipes before getting started. I was a little skeptical as I poured the milk mixture over the …

June 26th, 2017  |  Published in Featured Post, Recipes

Peanut Butter and Honey Grassmilk Yogurt Dip

I almost always find myself coming home from the grocery store with a big bag of Honeycrisp apples. Sometimes I’ll eat them plain, but more often than not I end up dipping them in peanut butter for an afternoon snack. Last week I was ready for something a little different than my standard apple + …

June 2nd, 2017  |  Published in Recipes


A former member of CROPP’s Sustainability Department, Annie has relocated to Indiana but remains a CROPPie at heart. Annie has a M.S. in Environmental Studies from the University of Montana and continues to work in the field of environmental sustainability. When she and her yellow lab Boomer aren't outside exploring local hiking trails, Annie can usually be found in the kitchen. While she cooks for subsistence, Annie’s real passion lies in creating indulgent baked goods for friends and family.