Welcome to our family farm in central Kansas! Kansas Country Blessings began with Mom’s inspiration and Dad’s farming skills and is the natural result of my sisters and I growing up on our family farm. We are so glad that you stopped by! Come in for a visit around our farmhouse table and have some coffee while I tell you about our farm and the harvests we reap. I know we’ll enjoy our visit! Feel free to browse our site to see all of the blessings we’ve packaged for you.
   Winter wheat is our primary crop and we grind the entire kernel to use in a variety of products: whole wheat flour, hot breakfast cereal, homemade noodles, bread machine mixes, pancake and waffle mixes, a Sunflower cookie mix, and companion items such as a chicken seasoning mix for soup, gourmet syrups, and old-time jams and jellies…for all who enjoy their food pure, natural, and wholesome, from the beautiful land of Kansas.

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   We are thrilled to be a part of the total wheat production in Kansas, as it is ranked as the #1 wheat producing State in the nation. Nearly 1/5 of all the wheat grown in the entire United States is grown in Kansas and it have earned the nickname of the “Wheat State” and the “Breadbasket of the World”. A majority (3/4) of the food grain products we consume are made from wheat, so we are enjoying the harvests of the wheat farmer on a daily basis. Wheat is considered the “staff of life” as it is the most nutritious of all the grains.
     The nutrition of whole wheat depends on several factors, including the variety of wheat grown and the processing methods used to produce whole wheat flour. The wheat we grow and harvest is high protein wheat and we do our best to ensure retention of the nutrients. Our whole wheat flours contain the entire kernel for optimum nutrition because the bran, germ, and endosperm are included in our flours. If the bran or germ is removed, the food value is greatly diminished. Be aware of this when you are shopping elsewhere for whole wheat flour.

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Monkey Bread

1 c. milk
½ c. butter
1 t. salt
4 T. sugar
3 c. white flour
2/3 c. whole wheat flour
1 pkg. dry yeast

Cinnamon Streusel Dip Mix:
½ c. melted butter
2 c. sugar mixed with 1½ t. cinnamon

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