Monday, August 4, 2014

American Fork City Farmer's Market

Greetings All!
The Friday Market was a great success! Beautiful people and produce! Seriously all the vendors did such a wonderful job with their displays.

My super talented and beautiful friend Isabelle showing off some lovely art work! Make visit her Hydration Station. Isabelle is our Farmer's market's official nutritionist and tour guide! The tours create a fun way to get to know each farmer and meet new friends.  Tours start at 6 pm. 

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

2014 Market Season!

It's Market Season!!!

We feel so fortunate to be involved in such a healthy and positive industry! We love supporting the Farmer's Markets because it creates a strong community. Bring your yourself, bring your family, bring your dog, and bring your frog. lol jk! Come and participate in the bounty of beautiful food and get excited to meet the amazing farmers in your region. 

Tuesday:   Pioneer Park, Salt Lake City:  4pm - Dusk
Friday:      American Fork City, Library Park: 5pm - Dusk
Saturday:  Pioneer Park, Salt Lake City: 8am -2pm
Sunday:    Wheeler Historic Farm, Murray: 9am -2pm


Friday, February 14, 2014


Valentine Honey Hearts

1/4 cup White Lake Farm's Raw Honey
1 cup melted coconut oil
1 cup ripe banana
1 cup raspberries
1 Tbsp. vanilla
Mix all ingredients in food processor,
pour mixture into silicone heart molds,
Chill for 30 min and enjoy...


Thursday, January 30, 2014

Honey Laundering

I recently came across this article by Wire. It's a brief summary on some of the dynamics involved in the Bee world.
Through my experiences at the Farmer's Market, I have witnessed a steady movement growing. People want to know where their food comes from. When profitability is involved ethics and consistency can be challenged. With new technologies we can better support those companies where are values a line.

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

No Bake Chocolate Cookies

dry ingredients:
5 cups rolled oats
8 tbsp. raw cocoa powder
3/4 tsp. Redmond Real Salt

wet ingredients:
1 cup White Lake Farm's Raw Honey
1 cup almond butter, room temperature
1 cup extra virgin coconut oil, melted
1 tbsp. vanilla

* use organic ingredients to make these cookies a truly healthy treat ;)

These healthy and energy packed cookies are a wonderful tradition for my mother and I.
Every week on Tuesdays we look forward to spending time together. We usually will have lunch, run some errands, or go shopping. But no matter what we do we always make time for our cookies.

I like to mix the dry ingredients together first, to create an even consistency.
Then add the wet ingredients on top.

Mixing this with your hands is ideal or if you have kids let them do it they'll love it!

These little mini muffin pans work great too!
Also creates an easy way to make each cookie the same size.

My mother and I usually double the recipe. Why not? They keep well in the fridge for weeks and are so great to have on hand when you're hungry or just craving something sweet.


Monday, January 13, 2014

Cayenne & Honey Limeade


This is my healthy all natural energy drink. I make this all the time, not only becauses it taste great it makes me feel great! When I'm feeling a little sluggish or under-the-weather this helps a lot.
I have been drinking this concocktion for a couple of years so I can handle a lot more heat then the average person. This recipe is easy to adjust... if you add to much cayenne just add more honey. If its too limey for you just add more water. Play with the proportions and make the recipe your own.

Cayenne & Honey Limeade
1 cup White Lake Farm's raw honey
1 cup freshly squeezed lime juice
3 tsp. cayenne pepper
filtered water slightly warmed

*distribute measured ingredients evenly between your containers. I like to use glass jars. Avoid using plastic because it may leach chemicals into your drink.

First squeeze limes and add honey,

Next slightly warm filtered water, then add to mixture.
*warming the water is not necessary it helps to dissolve honey. Take care not to heat water too much or it will kill all the nourishing enzymes in honey.

Lastly put lids on and shake shake shake.


Enjoy as a refreshing chilled limeade or slightly heated as a soothing tea.


Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Honey Roasted Carrots & Kale Salad

Honey Roasted Carrots & Kale Salad

3 lbs. small carrots
1 bouquet sliced kale
1 small head garlic minced
1 medium red onion chopped
3 Tb extra virgin coconut oil
3 Tb White Lake Farm's raw honey
1 Tb Temari or Namashu
Fresh cracked black pepper to taste

 Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Begin by chopping carrots, onions and garlic.
Next pour in coconut oil and mix to coat veggies evenly. *If coconut oil is solid place jar into hot water for 10 min.
Spread veggies onto tray and baked for 30 min. *Depending on size of carrots baking may take longer. 

While veggies are baking wash and de-stem kale then place in bowl
After baking add honey and Namashu to hot veggies.
With hands massage the kale and warm veggies together.
Top with freshly cracked black pepper.
mmm I will definitely be making this again.
Healthy, easy and satisfying!
Hope you all enjoy as well.