Making a cake with buckwheat flour can be a gamble. The results of my experiments in the past have been mixed so I heeded the sage advice of baking guru Alice Medrich and handled the buckwheat flour with extreme care to avoid it toughening from being over processed.
The flavour combination lived up to expectation. The buckwheat flour makes a cake that is dense but not heavy, a great cake to slice and pack into a lunchbox. The nutty banana flavour is not very sweet, just moist and moreish. This cake is gluten free. […]
This easy recipe is an easy way to have a good and light fruity desert! MAKES 4 CAKES // 180°C // 15 + 15 min 🍊 Ingredients . 4 clementines . 1 tsp brown sugar, coconut sugar or any sugar . 2 eggs . 2 tsp buckwheat flour . 1 tsp baking powder . […]
For today though I’ll leave you with a poem and the recipe for these chocolate, raspberry, buckwheat muffins. They’re a decadent breakfast, a great snack and also a romantic treat perfect for Valentine’s. They’re dairy free (because methane emissions from cows is a serious problem) and use a mixture of Einka flour (which is high in protein and vitamins and grown and milled right here in the Methow Valley) and buckwheat flour for a hearty, rich flavor. Enjoy! […]
This crepe is perfect for breakfast, lunch or even dinner. It’s also gluten free if you are celiac. I found that buckwheat tastes way better than classic wheat crepes and the combinaison of all those flavors make it super yummy and also very handy to prep and take on the go for school or work🙂 […]
whoohoo it’s muffin time ! Try this healthy and delicious version 🌿 This recipe is great for breakfast or snack as it’s filling and also fat free and refined-sugar free using bananas.
Why Buckwheat flour? Well it is gluten-free so perfect for people with wheat intolerance though in this recipe I’ve used half Buckwheat and half Spelt flour as I find when mixed with a glutenous flour it gives a fluffier lighter result than dense pancake. Spelt Flour is NOT gluten free however the gluten within spelt is a lot easier for some people to digest making it a better alternative. If you have a gluten intolerance or are celiac you can use only buckwheat flour instead. […]
I introduce to you my new baby; the Gingerbread Buckwheat Crepe. It’s wholesome and satisfying, like cookies from a grandparent, but with fewer questions about your current employment status and non-existent significant other.