BBQ + Baseball = A Home Run Dog

May 17th, 2017

BBQ + Baseball = The Perfect Month of May

Spring. It’s a time for enjoying the outdoors, heading to the ballpark and breaking out that grill! Whether it’s charcoal or gas, take off that cover and light it up, because it’s National BBQ Month and it’s time to get grilling!

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For us, there’s no better way to celebrate this tasty month, than by grilling up some hotdogs and enjoying an American past time… watching baseball. We’ve cooked up some of our favorite dog toppings to enjoy while grilling out on game day.

Cincinnati Reds: In honor of the home team, there’s only one choice when it comes to dog toppings… Cincy style chili! As soon as your hotdog is off the grill, pop it in a Klosterman Hot Dog Bun, top it with a spoonful of chili and sprinkle on cheddar cheese and diced onion. This is the perfect dog to cheer on those Reds!

Cleveland Indians: While watching the Windians, you should enjoy a game winning dog. Place grilled smoked kielbasa in a Klosterman Hot Dog Bun and top it with French fries, coleslaw and BBQ sauce for a classic Cleveland Polish Boy.

Poppy Seed Hot Dog BunsChicago Cubs: If you’re a fan of the defending World Series Champs, go for a classic Chi-town style dog. Serve your grilled dog on a Klosterman Poppy Seed Hot Dog Bun and top it with yellow mustard, sweet pickle relish, onion, tomato wedges, pickle spears, sport peppers and a dash of celery salt.

While you may not be able to cheer on your team from their stadiums, these hot dogs will make you feel like you’re behind the batter’s box. For more tasty ways to celebrate National BBQ Month, visit our Get Your Grill On Pinterest Board.

Grains of Giving Spotlight: The Freestore Foodbank

May 11th, 2017

For 125 years, our customers have been incredibly supportive and loyal to our bread. To say “thank you” we want to give back to the communities who have given so much to us. If you have a fundraiser that you would like Klosterman to sponsor, let us know! Please visit our Grains of Giving website and submit your request.

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Freestore Foodbank
This month, we want to reflect on an organization we not only respect but also admire. The Freestore Foodbank is the largest foodbank in Cincinnati and has been committed to assisting low income families across the tristate area.

We believe that growing our community begins with making sure our children are receiving the nutrition they need. That’s why we have been happy to support the Freestore Foodbank by donating a variety of our wholesome products.

In addition to weekly donations, we have had the privilege to participate in their scholarship fundraising programs as well as their outreach events.

We would like to thank the Freestore Foodbank for all they do for the community and allowing us to play a role in giving back. For more information on the Freestore Foodbank and how you can get involved, visit their website.

Your New Favorite Burger

May 10th, 2017

Now when most think of burgers, a thick, juicy ground beef patty comes to mind. And while we love a meaty burger straight off the grill, we also can appreciate the more unique burger varieties.

Your New Favorite Burger

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This National Hamburger Month, we’re skipping the meat and going for a veggie recipe that can’t be beat!

Portobello Burger


  • 4 large Portobello mushrooms
  • 2 Tbsp. balsamic vinegar
  • 1 Tbsp. low sodium soy sauce
  • 1 Tbsp. olive oil
  • 2 Tbsp. chopped rosemary
  • 1 ½ tsp. steak seasoning
  • Klosterman Hamburger Buns


Whisk vinegar, soy sauce, rosemary and steak seasoning in a large bowl until well combined. Place the mushroom caps in the bowl and evenly coat with sauce. Marinate at room temperature for 20-30 minutes, flipping the mushrooms occasionally.

Once the grill is hot, brush the grate or spray the grill pan with oil. Place mushrooms on the grill and cook for 5-7 minutes. Baste the mushrooms frequently with the marinade. Add preferred cheese during the last minute of cooking. While cheese is melting, grill your Klosterman Hamburger Buns until toasted.

And now for the fun part … Toppings! Go traditional with the classic lettuce and tomato combo. Or whip up a garlic aioli and top your burger with sliced avocado. Craving more burgers full of big, bold flavors? Our Pinterest is full of recipes to help you celebrate National Hamburger Month all May long!

Grilled Cheese BLT … The Sandwich You’ve Been Missing

April 26th, 2017


April is not only National Grilled Cheese Month but also National BLT Month! And you know what that means … We’re celebrating both food holidays with one seriously delicious sandwich! Click on the image above to see a trick or two to making a tasty Grilled Cheese BLT!

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We’re combining these classic simple recipes to create one sandwich that is anything but ordinary!Wheat Bread

Grilled Cheese BLT:

3 slices of bacon
2 tbsp. butter
2 slices of Klosterman Organic Wheat Bread
2 slices of cheddar cheese
A handful of romaine lettuce
2 slices of tomato

With your preferred method of cooking, cook bacon until crisp. Once cooked, butter one side of each slice of bread. On the non-buttered side add cheese, lettuce, tomato and bacon. Place the closed sandwich in a medium saucepan over medium heat.

Cover and cook for 3-4 minutes. Flip your sandwich and cook on the other side until golden brown, and cheese is fully melted.

Craving more ooey-gooey recipes? Visit our Grilled Cheese Pinterest board for more fun ways to put a spin on this traditional sandwich!

3 Surprising Things To Do with Sandwich Bread

April 19th, 2017


Sometimes (ok, most of the time) a sandwich is just what you need. Whether it’s a Grilled Cheese BLT or a simple PB&J, a good old fashioned sammie can really hit the spot.

A simple sandwich, no matter how delicious, sometimes just won’t cut it. That’s why we like to get creative. Take a look at what we’ve been cooking up in our test kitchen this month!

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Cue the dramatic drum roll please. These three recipes will make you rethink everything you’ve ever known about Klosterman Bread!


  1. Using your favorite variety of Klostermand Bread, bake at 350°F for about 15 minutes.
  2. Turn the slices over and bake for an additional 15 minutes. The bread should be crisp when you remove it from the oven and should snap when you break it.
  3. Place bread into either a mixer or a blender, and process until breadcrumbs have a fine texture.

Stuffed French Toast

  1. Spread cream cheese and your choice of jam between two slices of Klosterman White Bread.
  2. Heat your waffle maker and grease with vegetable oil or shortening.
  3. Dip both sides of your sandwich in a whipped mixture of three eggs, three tablespoons milk, one teaspoon sugar, 1/4 teaspoon vanilla and 1/8 teaspoon cinnamon.
  4. Place on waffle maker and bake for two to four minutes or until browned.
  5. Dig in!

Sandwich Sushi Rolls

  1. Using a rolling pin, roll out Klosterman Wheat Bread until about 1/8″ thick.
  2. Spread thin with cream cheese and your favorite veggies, julienned.
  3. Carefully roll and slice into one-inch bites. Voila!

Toast Your Way to An Easy Easter Brunch

April 12th, 2017

With Easter quickly approaching, it’s time to start planning your Easter brunch! This year, don’t let the stress of entertaining keep you from enjoying your day.

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We have a yummy recipe that will have you spending less time in the kitchen and more time enjoying your guests!  These Sunshine Toasts are not only simple to make, but incredibly adorable!

– With a sun-shaped cookie cutter, cut a hole in the middle of four slices of your favorite Klosterman bread. Place them in a frying pan over medium heat and fry until lightly toasted.

– Being careful not to break the yolk, crack the egg in a cup. Then slowly place the egg in the hole of your toast and cook covered for 6-7 minutes.

– When finished, we suggest serving your egg toasts with fresh vegetables for a bright and light dish!

And there you have it! A simple and easy Easter brunch recipe that will bring some extra sunshine to your morning. For more tasty recipe ideas, visit our Pinterest board for a little inspiration!

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Spring Into Our Organic Bread Line

March 22nd, 2017

At Klosterman Bread we have always believed in creating the best quality bread, and for generations we’ve been doing just that. But this year, we are proud to introduce our new line of organic bread!

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We understand that shoppers are not only very connected with the food they eat, but also the companies they support. We wanted to give our ingredient conscious consumers bread they could stand behind.

This organic line features fan favorite flavors such as Raisin Bread, Honey Wheat, Honey White Wheat and 100% Whole Wheat. This line is our way of reinforcing our efforts to maintain total customer satisfaction.

Find out just how tasty this bread is by enjoying it on a delicious sandwich. For a little sandwich inspiration, visit our Pinterest page!

Make Time for Lunch with Make Ahead Meals

March 15th, 2017

It’s easy to get caught up in the hussle and bussle of your day and skip out on a midday meal. However, we want to help you make more time for enjoying your lunch with a few simple make ahead meals.

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Our go-to easy lunch is always a salad sandwich. Whether it’s chicken, tuna or egg, salad sandwiches are a great way to enjoy a filling lunch.

Chicken Salad: The next time you’re preparing chicken for dinner, save your leftovers and use it in your chicken salad. Make this meal in advance and add in your favorite toppings such as grapes, celery and sweet pickles. Compliment this sandwich by using Klosterman Light Rye bread.

Chickpea “Tuna” Salad: Chickpea salad is a great vegetarian alternative to tuna salad. Utilize the same ingredients you would use in a traditional tuna sandwich, but mash them with chickpeas (just be sure not to over process!). Enjoy this faux tuna salad with Klosterman Sandwich Bohemian Rye bread.

Egg Salad: Add some protein to your lunch with a creamy egg salad sandwich. Combine boiled eggs with mayonnaise, spices and herbs for a tasty and easy lunch. This classic sandwich is the perfect match for Klosterman Classic White bread.

Craving more lunchtime meals? Check out our top 3 waistline approved sandwiches here!

A Quick History of a Classic Sandwich

March 8th, 2017

Sloppy Joe day is approaching, and that means it’s time to pile our buns high with the delicious ground beef mixture. But have you ever wondered how the Sloppy Joe became such a classic simple sandwich?

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According to an article from Blue Apron, some believe the Sloppy Joe originated from the Midwestern staple, the loose meat sandwich. In the 19th century, ground beef rose to popularity because it was both a nourishing and inexpensive option.

It was common to add fillers such as bread crumbs, ketchup or tomato paste to the meat to stretch it. This simple sandwich has since evolved into the modern day Sloppy Joe.

Sloppy Joes are seen in cafeterias and upscale restaurants alike. Whether you prefer a traditional joe or something more gourmet, the Sloppy Joe is the perfect sandwich to put your own unique spin on.

Want to create the perfect Sloppy Joe? Check out our step-by-step guide to Sloppy Joe greatness.

Skip the Cereal in Celebration of National Hot Breakfast Month

February 15th, 2017

As the saying goes, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. That’s why all month long, we’re celebrating National Hot Breakfast Month, with delicious recipes that will kick start our days!

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Next time you’re thinking about heading out the door and skipping breakfast, think again! Studies show that eating breakfast in the morning helps you have a better attention span, more focus and increases productivity! In order to help you plan your morning meal, we’ve made a list of our favorite busy day breakfasts!

Breakfast on a Bun: Don’t overthink it — put your favorite breakfast on our smooth and slightly sweet Honey Hamburger Buns. Add cheese to scrambled eggs for the best melty texture. Yes, our buns are hearty enough to double the meat without a problem!

Toast: Now we know what you’re probably thinking…just plain toast? When we make toast for breakfast we like to add delicious toppings that will keep us full all day long. Toast a few slices of your favorite Klosterman Bread and top it with nut butter, bananas, and chia seeds for a simple superfood filled breakfast!

Overnight Oats: A little prep work the night before will help make getting out the door the next morning even easier! Combine oats, chia seed, fruit (blueberries work great!), milk and maple syrup in a sealed container and refrigerate overnight. Come morning, you’ll have a hearty breakfast. Pop it in the microwave if you’re craving something warm.

Make Ahead Breakfast Sandwiches: On your next lazy Sunday, do a little meal prep! Bake your eggs and cut them into rounds. Then cook up your favorite breakfast meat and assemble sandwiches on English muffins and add a slice of cheese. Wrap them individually and freeze. Then, when you’re craving one, heat it in the microwave for 90 seconds and enjoy!

Yearning for something sweeter to kick start your morning? How about a make ahead French toast? Check out our delicious recipe here.


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