This wonderful recipe combines barley flour with ground almonds to produce a nutty, moist cake, flavoured with orange and cinnamon and topped with an orange cream cheese frosting.
This double chocolate chia banana bread is the perfect vegan treat for coffee break. Another recipe from the Cook and Him, it shows off
our Essex-grown chia seeds
in a naturally sweet cake that’s a simple and satisfying way of cutting food waste.
These indulgent muffins are perfect for the festive season. They've been created by Carol Kearns of The Art of Baking
in a development of her wholesome but delicious Naked Barley Breakfast Muffin
recipe, a transformation she describes along with a fashion tip for the Hodmedod team.
For a deliciously different alternative to mince pies try these festive quinoa and mincemeat cookies from recipe blog supremos The Cook & Him.
A spicy granola of oats, toasted pecans and puffed quinoa from food blogging duo The Cook & Him
. Our British chia seeds
make a great optional addition to this granola.
Inspired by a recipe from River Cottage's Gill Meller
, this simple dish combines the tender creaminess of leeks with the crisp maltiness of toasted Naked Barley Flakes
or try Rye Flakes
- to make a simple lunch or sumptuous side.
Naked Barley Flakes
make perfect porridge - just substitute them for rolled oats in your favourite porridge recipe. For an extra boost of flavour and nutrition, why not add a couple of tablespoons of our British chia seeds to your porridge?
Here's our simple porridge recipe…
Packed with the malty flavour and nutrition of our Naked Barley Flakes
these light muffins not only taste fantastic but will do you the power of good. They make a luxurious and healthy treat for breakfast or leisurely weekend brunches.
This great recipe, inspired by a traditional Swedish crispbread, comes from Sue Hudson, an expert baker who runs regular Bread Workshops. This recipe makes use of our Organic Naked Barley Flakes and Wakelyns' Stoneground Suffolk Flour.
This granola recipe was given to us by Canadian friends of friends. Despite the long list of ingredients (including naked barley flakes and puffed quinoa) it's easy to make. We turned it into a summer pudding by layering it with natural yoghurt and berries.