Robin Hood makes holiday baking easy

Robin Hood has been helping families create delicious recipes for many years. I have been using Robin Hood flour for years, and I was recently introduced to their quick oats and some awesome holiday recipes.

History of Robin Hood

It all started in 1909 with 62 employees working at a small mill in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. From these humble beginnings, Robin Hood’s green-and-red archer emblem has become a familiar and highly regarded symbol of consistent quality.

I had some baking projects already lined up, so when my Robin Hood flour and oats arrived, I got right to work. We had been doing some fun Disney preparation, so my first creation was a simple one – some Mickey shaped pancakes. The kids were begging for some cookies, so I made some oatmeal chocolate chip cookies that were devoured within a couple of days.

My husband is the real baker in the house, so he created a delicious apple pie. In my opinion, the crust is the most important part of a pie, and his turned out great! My last baking project was some homemade garlic bread, that I was very happy with (it was my first attempt at bread from scratch).

The Robin Hood website has some great holiday recipes that I want to make. The cookie dough truffles look amazing and the white chocolate mini cakes would be perfect to follow a big Christmas dinner. I still have to make all of my Christmas cookies, and I plan to include the classic linzer cookies in my baking.

Don’t they look delicious? I added them to my recipe box, which is one of the great features on the Robin Hood website. I also joined the Robin Hood Baking Hour, where I can get monthly recipes to create with my family and I can access some of their tools, like the baking calendar, the grocery list and the recipe box.

Check out Robin Hood for great recipes and products for your holiday baking!



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Sheri McDonald is a Mom to 4 awesome kids who range in age from 6 to 21. She is a Canadian Mom Blogger, a Travel Blogger, a Brand Ambassador, a Social Media Influencer, a Spokesperson and an amateur photographer. You can find her writing about family life, food, travel, Disney and family friendly products at Kidsumers (a play on the word 'consumers') and sharing her travel experience at Big Family Travels.


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  1. Mellisa says

    That looks like such a elegant cookie. I have never heard of Robin Hood before, but they look like they have great recipes.

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