I have been blessed with an abundance of homegrown, organic figs from my parents and grandparents this Summer, with plenty more to come. They are not only delicious but high in fibre and a source of potassium, calcium, magnesium and iron. I also used organic buckwheat flour, unhulled tahini and hemp seeds in this recipe as I love the nutty flavour and nutritional benefits including being good sources of complex carbohydrates, complete protein sources, omega 3 and 6 and fibre. […]Fig, tahini and buckwheat muffins (GF) — moments of di
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! […]
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.
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.
These muffins make a healthy and gluten-free breakfast treat this weekend!
Get the recipe here.
I love banana bread and walnuts, combined with buckwheat this makes it a MUST TRY on my list!
Hello everyone, how nice it’s already Friday again! 😉
Today, I am going to post about a recipe that seems to have been the most searched on my blog! Every time I check my stats, it pops up as a favorite post. As this is also a recipe I made in the very beginning when I started blogging, I thought it needed a make-over, with some improved photos and food styling 😉 Additionally, I made some flavor improvements to the recipe in the meantime. So here comes my make-over of the Buckwheat-Banana-Walnut Muffins! Needless to say that buckwheat is one of the most powerful Superfoods, rich in protein, fiber and on top of that’s gluten-free. For those that don’t know this great blog fully dedicated to the awesome Buckwheat yet, please check it out: it’s called Buckwheat for your Health. It’s full of recipe ideas with buckwheat.
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Special thanks to Sylvia from superfoodista.com for sharing these 2 wonderful buckwheat recipes :)Her blog focuses on Superfoods and has lots of recipes which integrates Superfoods (e.g. Quinoa, Chia seeds, Blueberries) into them!
“In my effort to include more so called Superfoods in my diet, as they are so good for you, I definitely also had to include Buckwheat, as it is one amazing Superfoods with so many health benefits for you. Here are two examples of recipes for which I used Buckwheat as the main ingredients.” – Sylvia
BLUEBERRY CLAFOUTI WITH BUCKWHEAT – View recipe
Superfoods used: Buckwheat, Blueberries
Clafouti is a baked French dessert of black cherries (for this recipe, blueberries are used instead) arranged in a buttered dish and covered with a thick flan-like batter. It is dusted with powdered sugar and served lukewarm.
BUCKWHEAT BANANA-WALNUT MUFFINS – View recipe
Superfoods used: Buckwheat, Walnuts, Eggs
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