Buckwheat, Pear and Maca Bread


This bread recipe takes healthy eating to the whole new level. It’s elegant, nourishing and absolutely delicious. It’s suggested to top it up with a chocolate drizzle for a special occasion. The recipe is found on The Whole Pantry App which can be downloaded from iTunes.

You will need the following ingredients:
2-3 small pears, whole or cored
260g buckwheat flour
2 eggs
180ml oil (macadamia, olive or coconut)
120ml water or milk
100g coconut sugar
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp apple cider vinegar
1 tsp vanilla extract
2 tbsp maca powder

Preheat oven to 170C – line loaf tin with baking paper. Beat together all ingredients, except the pears, until well combined. Place washed, whole pears equally in prepared loaf tin. Pour bread batter around placed pears. Place into oven and bake for 30 minutes, remove from oven and cover with foil. Cook for further 10-15…

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Peanut Butter Buckwheat Bread with Chocolate Sauce

Peanut Butter Buckwheat Bread 2 from vintagekitchennotes.com

Love peanut butter? Here’s an interesting recipe which uses peanut butter as well as buckwheat flour in baking bread. This is the first time i’ve come across peanut butter bread. I think topping it with the chocolate sauce spread is a wonderful idea! This looks absolutely incredible. A must try recipe!

A recipe from the blog, vintagekitchennotes.com. The recipe for the chocolate sauce is also provided in her blog.

Peanut Butter Buckwheat Bread from vintagekitchennotes.com

Buckwheat Bolognaise Garlic Bread bake, with Basic White Bread Recipe

In Vegetables We Trust

Its new years eve and I’m already getting started on my new years resolution, to get back into baking my own bread, I baked a couple of basic white baguette shaped loaves. The house smells amazing, I probably look a bit like a weirdo sitting at my laptop smelling a piece of bread, but there is nothing like the smell of freshly baked bread. One of the best memories of my childhood was baking cottage loaves with my dad, even if the bread doesn’t turn out fantastic its a lovely experience to bake it yourself, and even stodgy loafs, when fresh out the oven smell divine!


1 tbsp olive oil
2 Small yellow onions, finely diced
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 cup finely diced chestnut mushrooms/button mushrooms
1 tin chopped tomato’s
1 tbsp Italian herb mix
1 cup buck wheat, rinsed
2 cups passata
1/4 cup tomato puree

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Buckwheat Potato Buns

Potato Buckwheat Buns_www.almondcorner.blogspot.sg

Here’s a fresh take on buckwheat bread. Buckwheat and potato combination bread?
This is interesting….. another recipe to try out if you have buckwheat flour.
A recipe from www.almondcorner.blogspot.sg

Potato Buckwheat Buns 2_www.almondcorner.blogspot.sg

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Quinoa & Buckwheat Skillet Bread

Quinoa & Buckwheat Skillet Bread

A quick and easy skillet bread recipe using Quinoa and Buckwheat flour from 84thand3rd.com you can make for breakfast. Enjoy!

  • Gluten free 
  • Vegetarian
  • Dairy free
  • Soy free
  • Sugar free

Skillet bread is bread made on the stove instead of in the oven.

Quinoa & Buckwheat Skillet Bread 2

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Buckwheat Batter Bread

Check out my blog post titled ‘Cooking with Buckwheat Flour‘ on tips about choosing and selecting buckwheat flour 😉


Buckwheat flour is a super food which I don’t normally use in my recipes. It contains all 8 amino acids, fiber, and vitamin B. However, it has a distinct flavor which is almost too prominent for most recipes, unless the object of the recipe is to highlight the buckwheat taste. This is the case for the Buckwheat Batter Bread. Adapted from the recipe from Jennifer Katzinger’s book Gluten Free and Vegan Breads.

This is my first time baking a bread without added yeast or xanthan gum for rise. Instead, batter breads such as this simply call for mixing ingredients, and then leaving the batter bowl out overnight (they need 10 to 24 hours of “rest” before they can be baked.) During these hours the batter collects yeast from its natural environment, and this produces all of the minuscule rise this bread needs.


  • 1 cup cornmeal
  • 1 cup teff flour
  • 1 cup buckwheat flour

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