This recipe is quite not conventional but truly damn good, satisfying and Gluten-Free as I’ve used buckwheat flour. It opens a whole new world for cookie making, naturally flavouring the biscuit with a light hazelnut taste and a perfect crumbly texture, crispy outside and softer inside. Buckwheat has plenty of health benefits more than being Gluten-Free including improved digestion, low calories or diminishing diabetes risks.Buckwheat Chocolate Chunks Cookies — Scallionist
Chocolate chip cookies are one of the most popular cookies. I’m sharing with you a little healthier version of choco chip cookies by using unrefined flours like buckwheat and whole wheat flours. We are using butter in this recipe but if you want, you can use coconut oil instead. I’ve added some tiny bits […]
Yeah, I know, what a combination! I was gifted with a batch of fresh rhubarb, and decided I wanted to make cookies. Gluten-free ones. As I’ll admit, I don’t need to be gluten-free, but I like supporting my readership that is gluten-free as often as possible, and I prefer cooking that way at home […]
These cookies are free from eggs, dairy, oil, gluten and refined sugar! Still they are super yummy and even taste a little nutty! They’re made out of buckwheat flour, dark chocolate, maple syrup and coconut sugar. They also take no time to make and will perfectly satisfy your sugar cravings. […]
I also had a bag of Iowa buckwheat groats (yay local grains!), a jar of tahini, and a craving for the most delicious, perfectly crispy, perfectly warm, naturally-sweetened chocolate chip cookie. […]
In this recipe the more commonly used wheat flour is replaced with buckwheat, meaning the cookies are gluten-free. Buckwheat is part of the rhubarb family and so has a natural sweetness to it. It’s used more commonly in Russia and Northern China than here in the UK.
These chunky buckwheat chocolate chip cookies are everything. They’re caramel-like, dense, have melted dark chocolate happy spots, and a nutty-like texture. They’re in between hard and chewy cookies. The flatter & thinner the surface you shape them, the crispier they will be. If you roll them into perfect dough balls and place them into the […]