Every now and again I feel a compulsion to make muffins. Quite frequently actually. They make a great mid morning snack so I like to make a batch at least once a week to be able to enjoy them regularly. Instead of the traditional plain flour I used a mixture of buckwheat flour and ground almonds so the recipe is wheat free.
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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 […]
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Appreciate the sweetness of grilled pineapple and the lovely soft texture of halloumi cheese in this simple buckwheat recipe!
Buckwheat is one of those foods that we probably don’t eat enough of (myself included). I simply don’t remember to buy it regularly as it doesn’t catch my eye the way the endless types of pasta or rice do when I’m in the supermarket. But it is there, and if you look you will find […]
via Buckwheat with grilled pineapple and halloumi — everydayhealthyrecipes
After an unusually warm winter, an unusually warm spring has arrived here Alaska, and I am already thinking about day hikes and camping trips. It means it is time to create healthy and nutritious snacks for my summer adventures. I love the heartiness of whole grains, so I try to incorporate them into my baking […]
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Day 97/100 So this recipe was created in an usual way and on a whim. I was moping around the kitchen wondering what type of pancakes to make. The cupboards were bare, I really couldn’t be bothered making anything and I was wondering if I could really make it through the last four days of the […]
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Eating healthy can be fun. Healthy food offers such a huge space for experimenting and creativity! To be honest, sometimes healthy food literally asks for some new ideas… We can’t just eat salads, or I can’t at least 🙂 And trying to avoid some obviously not as healthy foods requires to add flavour in a […]
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Buckwheat flour is a healthy wheat flour alternative and is one of the most versatile flours. It is gluten-free which makes it a good choice for anyone with gluten sensitivities or celiac disease.
Buckwheat flour is packed with nutrients, readily available, easy to work with and has a nice nutty flavor. It is high in fiber, protein, niacin, amino acids and vitamin D. It is also rich in potassium, phosphorus, iron and calcium. The protein in buckwheat is said to be one of the best sources of protein available from plants and it contains all of the essential amino acids.
In Japan, buckwheat flour is used to make soba noodles. In Russia they are known as blinis. In France, buckwheat is used to make galettes. In the Ukraine, hrechanyky are a type of yeast rolls made from buckwheat.
If you do not have any wheat or gluten sensitivities, you can blend buckwheat flour with wheat flour to boost both nutrition and flavor. If using buckwheat for bread, no more than half of the total flour should come from buckwheat.
How to make Buckwheat Flour: http://food.onehowto.com/recipe/how-to-make-buckwheat-flour-9943.html