Orange Buckwheat-Flour Squares

Orange Buckwheat-Flour Squares from

Indulge your sweet tooth in this buckwheat cake recipe from My kitchen Affair this weekend!
Another reason to try cooking with buckwheat flour 🙂

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Buckwheat Macaroons for New Year’s Eve – Silvester-Buchweizen-Macarons

Here’s a recipe for buckwheat macaroons!

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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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Crunchy Buckwheat Granola Clusters

Crunchy Lentil Buckwheat Granola Clusters from

The first buckwheat granola recipe (above) is from
Raw buckwheat groats with lentils, coconut flakes, chia seeds!

Blissful Buckwheat Granola Clusters from

The second buckwheat granola recipe (above) is from
Raw buckwheat groats with sunflower seeds, almond pulp, cinnamon.

Want some ideas on how to eat granola? Here are some ideas for you to consider.

Eat granola with:

  • Yogurt with fruits topping
  • Ice cream
  • Salad
  • Pancakes  (add them in before you flip them)
  • Muffins
  • Porridge
  • Cereal
  • Hot oatmeal
  • Hot milk
  • Melted chocolate
  • Soup
  • Trail mix

What other ways can we eat granola with? Share your ideas by commenting below!

Buckwheat Macarons with Chocolate Espresso Ganache

Buckwheat Macarons from

Ahhhh sweet sweet macarons…. how many of you have tried this delightful confectionery? It seems someone has come up with a recipe for buckwheat macarons! It’s gluten-free too! It looks really good with the chocolate filling ganache 😉

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Chocolate Buckwheat Crêpes

Chocolate Buckwheat Crepes from

Buckwheat crepes with chocolate! What a wonderful idea. To get the chocolate flavor, cocoa power was added into the batter mix.  This recipe is vegan & gluten-free and only uses buckwheat flour. I have noticed other buckwheat crêpe recipes that also uses other types of flours. The crepes are served with date-sweetened chocolate sauce. The recipe for the sauce is included in her blog too so check it out! To top it off, add some fresh fruits of your choice. Perfect for breakfast don’t you think? 😉

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Buckwheat Dumplings with Peach Coulis

Buckwheat Dumplings from

This fantastic recipe uses cooked buckwheat (kasha) blended into a thick paste and then formed into small balls.  The coulis (a form of thick sauce made from puréed vegetables or fruits) uses peaches, honey & lemon juice.  This dish is served warm. Why not try this interesting recipe for breakfast or dessert!

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Banana Buckwheat Chocolate Crunch Bites

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Naturally sweet & creamy frozen bananas

draped in rich, silky smooth chocolate,

and coated in crunchy sprouted buckwheat.

A perfect treat for summer- ready in 5 minutes with less than 5 ingredients.

Buckwheat Banana Chocolate Crunch Bites



Sprouted, Dehydrated Buckwheat (or leftover buckwheat granola)*



Peanut Butter (optional)

Coconut Oil**

Cocoa Powder

Raw Local Honey or Maple Syrup

(see note below for substitutions)


1.) Peel your bananas. Slice into 1/2”-1” pieces and freeze. (Go ahead.. Spread some peanut butter on top of the banana slices. You’ll be glad you did)

2.) Once bananas are frozen, make the chocolate coating. In a double boiler, melt coconut oil. Remove from heat, then stir in cocoa & sweetener, let cool to room temperature.

3.) Put the sprouted buckwheat in a shallow dish next to the chocolate coating

3.) Remove banana slices from the freezer. Dip into the chocolate coating. Let…

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