Throughout the last year I have tried quite a lot of different ways of eating. After I have been diagnosed with Acid Reflux last year, I had quite some issues with digesting most of the Food I ate. I had several Check-ups at several different doctors and after I ate low carb for 4 weeks […]
I manipulated Cutterlight’s brownie recipe to be GF with buckwheat flour and coconut sugar. Yes- it is still sugar and sweet and maybe a notch less on the glycemic index. Works for me.
I used Valrhona cocoa powder and their 70% Andoa Noire feves and Guittard’s organic 74% wafers. Both lightly chopped. I buy my chocolate by the kilo from Chocosphere. The base is buckwheat flour, almond flour and butter, eggs and oil (I did coconut, avocado and sunflower). You’ll likely want to fold in the nibs and goji berries so they don’t burn. You can mix everything but nuts, chocolate and berries, up together in one bowl, then fold those in.
This is a buckwheat crepe recipe served with caramelized apples. Crepes are so simple to prepare and pretty simple to make. It is easy to mix the batter in a blender so you don’t get any clumps from the flour. And remember, the first few crepes never turn out good. But keep trying. […]
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 . […]
Ice cream sandwiched between chocolate buckwheat cookies~
This recipe uses dark buckwheat flour to make the cookies. Now you can enjoy buckwheat added in your dessert too! This recipe is from the food recipe blog, Clean Wellness.
Indulge your sweet tooth in this buckwheat cake recipe from My kitchen Affair this weekend!
Another reason to try cooking with buckwheat flour 🙂
Here’s a recipe for buckwheat macaroons!
After Christmas is before New Year’s Eve isn’t it. I hope that all of you had a wonderful holiday season’s time so far, and with 2014 ahead, I have a last 2013’s treat for you: I made macaroons at home. That’s kind of unbelievable – first, I miss a great many talents needed for refined patisserie (first and foremost patience, and last but not least a co-operative oven); second, I haven’t been a big fan of those trendy French double-biscuits filled with ganache or cream so far. Baking procedures seemed far too complicated to me, and the cookie’s themselves a bit too cute…
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