Wonder Mill Wheat Grinder & Sloppy Joe Pizza

We are the PROUD owners of a Wonder Mill Junior Handmill!  Eeek!

We have been interested in grinding our own wheat for some time now, but never really got around to buying a mill.  Thanks to my friend, Kate, over at Venison For Dinner, I found out about the Wonder Mill company, and their amazing Handmills.

I seriously can’t believe I have been buying wheat flour all this time.  Grinding your own is so much more satisfying.  And is just plain amazing, too!

The whole family enjoyed our wheat grinding process:


The grind clamps easily to the table with the world’s only Patented Super Grip Dual Clamp.  Clamps or bolts to surfaces up to 2 inches thick.photo 2 photo 3

We were impressed at how soft the flour was, and after running it through twice, it made my other pastry flours seem coarse in comparison.

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Before and after:

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You can do homemade nut butters, too! Can’t wait to try it out.

Part of my assignment, was to share a recipe we used the wheat in.  Because we used a, run through once, batch of fresh ground wheat, I was afraid it’d make our Pizza Dough dry.

Boy, was I wrong!  It was the best darn pizza crust we have ever made!  All thanks to the Wondermill Junior and some locally grown wheat to grind.

Sloppy Joe Pizza

Sloppy joe pizza

  Head on over to the Wonder Mill website for the recipe, and leave them some 4 little Ferguson’s love while you are there.  I am so honored to be their guest blogger today!  Look for a few more posts in the future over there…..

After all, I gotta earn my keep! 😉

If you would like to buy your own Wonder Mill, either electric or the crank one we got, go here.


Web Resources

Recipes available at:


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4 thoughts on “Wonder Mill Wheat Grinder & Sloppy Joe Pizza

  1. Ohhh!!!! I have ALWAYS wanted a grain mill too!!!!! How fun!!!! I looks like such a nice one. What a nice job it does too. I am soo adding this to my Christmas wish list!:) Thanks for sharing!!!
    Side note tho, the link to your blog post over there is not working. Just thought I would let you know.

  2. Good for you! I have been milling for about two years, I have a hand crank but I could not use it for the amount of grain I use,so I have an electric but still have my hand crank for back up. We switched to no process wheat and sugar and it is amazing. I have a special needs adult daughter and she had developed extreme behaviors we had tried med after med. After a year of milling and cutting out the processed foods we stopped the mood stabilizer and it is amazing the change we witnessed. A good resource for recipes and how to videos is breadbeckers.com . They are a Christian company in Woodstock,Ga. This is where I purchase my grains to mill but they have a lot of free information.

  3. Definitely on my list to get some day! I heard a testimony from a couple where the wife made two loaves, one from store bought flour and one from fresh ground flour for her husband to try. The husband said he couldn’t believe the difference.

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